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Discovery Science
06:00
How do they extract iron ore from one of the most remote mines on the planet? And how do they make chandeliers that are fit for a queen? [AL]
06:24
How do they forge the blades to crack open oyster shells? Plus, how do scientists in a lab grow the synthetic diamonds of the future? [AL]
06:48
How do they make cheddar, the world's most popular cheese? How do they breathe life into Rususci Anne - the plastic woman that teaches CPR? [AL]
07:12
How do Ford produce the ubiquitous white van, the Transit? Plus, how do they ensure the Driza-bone coat lives up to its name? [AL]
07:36
How do they make wood burning stoves that bring warmth to the bleak Norwegian winter? Plus, how do build the synthesiser that changed music forever? [AL]
08:00
How do they assemble the reinvented Morgan 3 Wheeler? Plus, how do they protect firefighters' hands from heat, flame and chemical attack? [AL]
08:24
Is God worshipped on other worlds across the cosmos? How might alien deities and methods of worship differ from those of humans? [AL]
09:12
Are prosperous people born with a genetic predisposition for financial success? Or, are the poor victims of a system designed to keep them down? [AL]
10:00
The Yeti, a machine with 588 sharp teeth, helps keep the coldest airport in America running. Plus, mighty tugboats chew through ice chunks in Alaska. [AL]
10:48
Alaska's Coast Guard fights risky waters to maintain buoys standing three stories tall. Plus, an army of Alaskans build a steel ferry - several tons at a time. [AL]
11:36
How do they design and produce the ultimate kingpin bowling ball? How do they raise and lower Tower Bridge? And how do they produce millions of gummy bears a day? Find out. [AL]
12:00
How do they run Ryker's Island, one of the biggest jails in the world? How do they make the famous Royal Mail post box? And how do they turn fruit into jam? Find out. [AL]
12:24
How do they make playing cards that can defeat a cheat? How do they brew a billion bottles of lager a year? And how do they make the world's most luxurious private jets? [AL]
12:50
German workers are exposed every day to major hazards as they build the massive skyscrapers, tunnels and other construction projects of the modern world. [AL]
13:38
Adam and Jamie stand by while a team of multimedia artists takes on a group of metal workers to engineer the ultimate multi-step machine, with explosive results. [AL]
14:26
Explores the unique mix of ingredients that fuelled Silicon Valley's rise to becoming the world's technological and economic powerhouse. [AL]
15:14
A mega fish factory churns out 3 million pounds of seafood a day. Plus, a flying ambulance saves lives at 14,000 feet above Alaska's wilderness. [AL]
16:02
Only in Alaska can you find an airport made from nothing but water and ice. And next to a field of moose, 16 missiles stand by to prevent a nuclear disaster. [AL]
16:50
Scientists have discovered pathogens that turn insects into zombies. New viruses are detected every day - could humans also be at risk? [AL]
17:40
Drops of rain could be bringing us visitors from another planet, invading our bloodlines or infecting our technology. But are aliens already inside us? [AL]
18:30
How do they make wind turbines with twice the wingspan of a Boeing? Plus, how do they mould car tyres from the ooze of a tree? [AL]
18:55
How do they make the tank piercing super bullet? Plus, how do they forge the infamous torture weapon, the dentist's drill? [AL]
19:20
How do they make giant floating power stations that provide power around the world? Plus, how do they fabricate the world's smallest aircraft? [AL]
19:45
How do they create coloured crayons used by children and artists around the world? Plus, how do artisans and craftsmen create treasured mirrors in India? [AL]
20:10
How do they build the famous steam-powered paddleboats that cruise the Mississippi River? How did they create the powerful defence system called 'the waterwall'? [AL]
20:35
How do they make modern paving stones and how has the process changed over thousands of years? Plus, how do they create a traditionally tailored tuxedo suit? [AL]
21:00
New technology reveals lost cities in hostile jungle - could this lead to a discovery of the mythical El Dorado? And, a crystal is found on a shipwreck. [9-A]
21:50
Most of the Founding Fathers and fourteen Presidents were Freemasons. Some say Washington DC is laid out as a Masonic code. What other secrets are the Masons hiding? [6-GA]
22:40
Discover the truth behind one of society's most clandestine institutions. Hidden within these bordellos are secrets about famous patrons, governments, and even religion. [6-GA]
23:30
Is God worshipped on other worlds across the cosmos? How might alien deities and methods of worship differ from those of humans? [AL]
00:20
Are prosperous people born with a genetic predisposition for financial success? Or, are the poor victims of a system designed to keep them down? [AL]
01:10
Adam and Jamie stand by while a team of multimedia artists takes on a group of metal workers to engineer the ultimate multi-step machine, with explosive results. [AL]
02:00
Explores the unique mix of ingredients that fuelled Silicon Valley's rise to becoming the world's technological and economic powerhouse. [AL]
02:48
New technology reveals lost cities in hostile jungle - could this lead to a discovery of the mythical El Dorado? And, a crystal is found on a shipwreck. [9-A]
03:36
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how motion sensors and diving helmets are made. [AL]
04:00
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how rawhide lampshades and MRI scanners are made. [AL]
04:24
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how noise barrier walls, Bourbon, and front-load washers are made. [AL]
04:48
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how membrane filters, bridge ties, and Bi-planes are made. [AL]
05:12
How do they persuade an oyster to grow a perfect pearl? How do they put the twist in classic Pennsylvania pretzels? And how do they build Venice's traditional gondolas? [AL]
05:36
How do they make a perfectly unpredictable roulette wheel? How do they produce the world's purest olive oil? And how can a rusty wreck be transformed into a classic Batmobile? [AL]
06:00
How do they make wind turbines with twice the wingspan of a Boeing? Plus, how do they mould car tyres from the ooze of a tree? [AL]
06:24
How do they make the tank piercing super bullet? Plus, how do they forge the infamous torture weapon, the dentist's drill? [AL]
06:48
How do they make giant floating power stations that provide power around the world? Plus, how do they fabricate the world's smallest aircraft? [AL]
07:12
How do they create coloured crayons used by children and artists around the world? Plus, how do artisans and craftsmen create treasured mirrors in India? [AL]
07:36
How do they build the famous steam-powered paddleboats that cruise the Mississippi River? How did they create the powerful defence system called 'the waterwall'? [AL]
08:00
How do they make modern paving stones and how has the process changed over thousands of years? Plus, how do they create a traditionally tailored tuxedo suit? [AL]
08:24
Scientists have discovered pathogens that turn insects into zombies. New viruses are detected every day - could humans also be at risk? [AL]
09:12
Drops of rain could be bringing us visitors from another planet, invading our bloodlines or infecting our technology. But are aliens already inside us? [AL]
10:00
A mega fish factory churns out 3 million pounds of seafood a day. Plus, a flying ambulance saves lives at 14,000 feet above Alaska's wilderness. [AL]
10:48
Only in Alaska can you find an airport made from nothing but water and ice. And next to a field of moose, 16 missiles stand by to prevent a nuclear disaster. [AL]
11:36
How do they instruct robots to mass-produce cars, and how do they transform the world's biggest football stadium into its largest ice hockey arena? Find out. [AL]
12:00
How do they craft accordions? How do they make the wasabi that puts a kick in Japan's raw fish? And how do they produce duck calls that can trick birds? [AL]
12:24
How do they make the Japanese toilets that treat you to a wash and blow dry? How has the US Navy built a helicopter that doesn't need a pilot? [AL]
12:50
New technology reveals lost cities in hostile jungle - could this lead to a discovery of the mythical El Dorado? And, a crystal is found on a shipwreck. [9-A]
13:38
Examines the various forces that have made Silicon Valley a magnet for innovators from all over the world. Forces that included government and military funding. [AL]
14:26
Charts the circuitous paths to success that lie behind some of Silicon Valley's greatest icons. Includes interviews with key entrepreneurial figures. [AL]
15:14
The $12 billion City Center is an amazing urban resort. Host Danny Forster explores how it aspires to change the city, but will it meet its ambitious aims? [AL]
16:02
Danny Forster explores the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium. It is the largest football stadium ever constructed in the United States and has room for 100,000 fans. [AL]
16:50
The universe seems real, but what if it isn't? Scientists from all fields are exploring the possibility that life is virtual reality. [AL]
17:40
If you think you see everyone as equal you are kidding yourself. No matter how open-minded we think we are stereotypes colour our judgment of others. [AL]
18:30
How do they fabricate fire gloves for emergency services personnel? Plus, how do they create the enamel that is used in bake-wear around the world? [AL]
18:55
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production processes. How are objects including dumplings and brass faucets made? [AL]
19:20
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their unique production processes. How are objects including saxophones made? [AL]
19:45
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects such as 3D cups and stainless-steel beer kegs made? [AL]
20:10
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including prefabricated conservatories and copper cookware made? [AL]
20:35
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including leaf and debris vacuums, canned meat and fillet knives made? [AL]
21:00
Find out how wooden matches, tillage machines, telescopic gangways, and mabe pearls are made. [AL]
21:25
Find out how mosquito coils, solar-assist tricycles, palm oil, and fiberglass chopper guns are made. [AL]
21:50
How do they build a towering scaffold from giant poles of bamboo? And how do they mine for the mineral that makes fireworks burn red? [AL]
22:15
How do they handcraft Espadrilles shoes? How do they make prefabricated houses? And how they store priceless documents to keep them safe for hundreds of years? [AL]
22:40
How do they harvest and process the world's toughest and most expensive nut? How do they turn lake water into tap water? And how do they hold back thousands of fans at gigs? [AL]
23:05
How do they build the biggest apartment block on the planet? How do they make the classic British boot? And how do they make cooking pans tough enough to last a lifetime? [AL]
23:30
Scientists have discovered pathogens that turn insects into zombies. New viruses are detected every day - could humans also be at risk? [AL]
00:20
Drops of rain could be bringing us visitors from another planet, invading our bloodlines or infecting our technology. But are aliens already inside us? [AL]
01:10
Examines the various forces that have made Silicon Valley a magnet for innovators from all over the world. Forces that included government and military funding. [AL]
02:00
Charts the circuitous paths to success that lie behind some of Silicon Valley's greatest icons. Includes interviews with key entrepreneurial figures. [AL]
02:48
Find out how wooden matches, tillage machines, telescopic gangways, and mabe pearls are made. [AL]
03:12
Find out how mosquito coils, solar-assist tricycles, palm oil, and fiberglass chopper guns are made. [AL]
03:36
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how hospital laundry and horse replicas are made. [AL]
04:00
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how ceramic fireplaces and parking garage floor slabs are made. [AL]
04:24
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how oil pressure sensors are made and neck restraints are manufactured. [AL]
04:48
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how mobile concert stages are built and mascara is manufactured. [AL]
05:12
How do they farm sturgeon for caviar? How do they mould centuries of history into the finest Japanese porcelain? How do they make world-class football boots? [AL]
05:36
How do they find and defuse thousands of World War II landmines? How do they make crisp tasting cider? How do they clear undergrowth with a thin strip of nylon wire? [AL]
06:00
How do they fabricate fire gloves for emergency services personnel? Plus, how do they create the enamel that is used in bake-wear around the world? [AL]
06:24
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production processes. How are objects including dumplings and brass faucets made? [AL]
06:48
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their unique production processes. How are objects including saxophones made? [AL]
07:12
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects such as 3D cups and stainless-steel beer kegs made? [AL]
07:36
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including prefabricated conservatories and copper cookware made? [AL]
08:00
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including leaf and debris vacuums, canned meat and fillet knives made? [AL]
08:24
The universe seems real, but what if it isn't? Scientists from all fields are exploring the possibility that life is virtual reality. [AL]
09:12
If you think you see everyone as equal you are kidding yourself. No matter how open-minded we think we are stereotypes colour our judgment of others. [AL]
10:00
The $12 billion City Center is an amazing urban resort. Host Danny Forster explores how it aspires to change the city, but will it meet its ambitious aims? [AL]
10:48
Danny Forster explores the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium. It is the largest football stadium ever constructed in the United States and has room for 100,000 fans. [AL]
11:36
How do they set up a 1,700 seat circus tent in just 36 hours, and how do they turn Japanese maple and mahogany into the coolest instruments on earth - electric guitars? [AL]
12:00
How is a 700-year-old tree made into a two tonne Japanese drum? How can a factory produce thousands of cars and stay green? And how do Italians make great tasting pasta? [AL]
12:24
How are millions of parcels delivered around the world every day? How do they make cricket bats that can hit a ball at 150kmph? [AL]
12:50
Find out how wooden matches, tillage machines, telescopic gangways, and mabe pearls are made. [AL]
13:14
Find out how mosquito coils, solar-assist tricycles, palm oil, and fiberglass chopper guns are made. [AL]
13:38
Two technology entrepreneurs harness the power of solar energy to solve two different problems: water contamination in Ghana and jungle preservation in South America. [AL]
14:26
Two pioneers in electric power both aim to develop technologies that reduce carbon emissions - both using electric motors and batteries in aviation and speedboats. [AL]
15:14
Danny Forster explores the LPD17, a new assault ship for the US Navy that can launch over 700 Marines and equipment on helicopters and hovercrafts. [AL]
16:02
Stonecutters Bridge has a 1018m span and is an engineering marvel. Host Danny Forster travels to China's south coast to climb it, but will he be able to look down? [AL]
16:50
Are our brains wired for lying from a young age? The brains of pathological liars may provide insights. And how will technology impact upon our lies? [AL]
17:40
We move around in space, but we are stuck in a prison of time moving ever forwards. Could science ever make the clock move backwards? [AL]
18:30
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including promotional origami and hedge shears made? [AL]
18:55
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including barbeque utensils made? [AL]
19:20
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including boat radar mounts made? [AL]
19:45
A look at how everyday items including Asian noodles and rotary engines are made, revealing the unique production processes used in making them. [AL]
20:10
A look at how everyday items including steel pulleys and acetate eyewear are made, revealing the materials and unique production processes used in making them. [AL]
20:35
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including gyroscopic stabilizers made? [AL]
21:00
A man is impaled on a fence post, a farmer has an object lodged in his brain and a woman is skewered on a hooked pole when she feeds the birds. Will they live? [9-A]
21:50
A young girl goes to hospital with stabbing pains in her scalp. A woman is struck by severe, strange symptoms that threaten to tear her family apart. [16-A]
22:40
A man from Virginia has a Christmas that no one can forget. He discovers that something is eating his heart out. Is this his last holiday with his family? [16-A]
23:30
The universe seems real, but what if it isn't? Scientists from all fields are exploring the possibility that life is virtual reality. [AL]
00:20
If you think you see everyone as equal you are kidding yourself. No matter how open-minded we think we are stereotypes colour our judgment of others. [AL]
01:10
Two technology entrepreneurs harness the power of solar energy to solve two different problems: water contamination in Ghana and jungle preservation in South America. [AL]
02:00
Two pioneers in electric power both aim to develop technologies that reduce carbon emissions - both using electric motors and batteries in aviation and speedboats. [AL]
02:48
A young girl goes to hospital with stabbing pains in her scalp. A woman is struck by severe, strange symptoms that threaten to tear her family apart. [16-A]
03:36
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how NASCAR car bodies are manufactured and thermal coffee pots are produced. [AL]
04:00
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how electric vehicle charging stations are made and grappa is produced. [AL]
04:24
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how slate tiles are produced and hot dog carts are made. [AL]
04:48
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how racing leathers are manufactured and wood rocking chairs are made. [AL]
05:12
How do they rescue the crew of a sunken submarine? Submarine rescue specialists test the ability of the world's navies to respond to an underwater emergency. [AL]
05:36
How do they guide the world's largest cruise ships under low bridges? How do they find Alba's famous white truffles? How do they mine Trinidad's natural asphalt lake? [AL]