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Discovery Science
06:00
Get behind the wheel of the world's biggest land vehicles as they mine 90,000 tons of coal a day, and hunt for alligators in the Florida swamps. [AL]
06:26
Can a normal man with normal skills compete against a chess grandmaster, a fishing champion or a professional blackjack player and beat them at their own game? [AL]
07:14
Danny investigates the Gotthard Base Tunnel - the longest tunnel in the world, costing 18 billion dollars. [AL]
08:02
65 million years ago, an asteroid bigger than Mount Everest hit the Earth wiping out the dinosaurs. Will we suffer the same fate? Phil Plait investigates. [AL]
08:50
How do racing drivers survive 300 kilometres an hour crashes? See how impregnable bank vaults are made, and how do they tell the time? [AL]
09:14
It takes a top-secret recipe and a waterfall to make deep-fried cheese curds. Plus, the huge demand for cow pies and the science behind pop-in-your-mouth candy. [AL]
09:38
Can a normal man with normal skills compete against a chess grandmaster, a fishing champion or a professional blackjack player and beat them at their own game? [AL]
10:26
Kevin and Grant build a submarine and see if they can survive at the bottom of a pool, supersize wind-up cars, and see if duct tape can stop a bullet. [AL]
11:14
Danny investigates the Gotthard Base Tunnel - the longest tunnel in the world, costing 18 billion dollars. [AL]
12:02
65 million years ago, an asteroid bigger than Mount Everest hit the Earth wiping out the dinosaurs. Will we suffer the same fate? Phil Plait investigates. [AL]
12:50
Aliens almost certainly do exist; why have we not met them? We now have instruments powerful enough to scan for them and one astronomer claims she has heard efforts to communicate. [AL]
13:38
How do racing drivers survive 300 kilometres an hour crashes? See how impregnable bank vaults are made, and how do they tell the time? [AL]
14:02
It takes a top-secret recipe and a waterfall to make deep-fried cheese curds. Plus, the huge demand for cow pies and the science behind pop-in-your-mouth candy. [AL]
14:26
Can a normal man with normal skills compete against a chess grandmaster, a fishing champion or a professional blackjack player and beat them at their own game? [AL]
15:14
Kevin and Grant build a submarine and see if they can survive at the bottom of a pool, supersize wind-up cars, and see if duct tape can stop a bullet. [AL]
16:02
65 million years ago, an asteroid bigger than Mount Everest hit the Earth wiping out the dinosaurs. Will we suffer the same fate? Phil Plait investigates. [AL]
16:50
Einstein's Relativity Theory says travelling forward in time is possible, but going back means breaking the speed of light. Can phenomena like quantum nonlocality make it possible? [AL]
17:40
Danny explores Abu Dhabi's Central Market - a hub for an emerging world destination, complete with offices, parks, shops, and hotels. [AL]
18:30
A castle in Scotland may be the home of King Arthur's Round Table. Can the discovery of a disfigured skeleton reveal its secrets and rewrite history? [9-A]
19:20
See how the California Highway Patrol stop a speeding car, and how 75,000 litres of water is shot 24 stories high in a spectacular display? [AL]
19:45
Profiling a Wisconsin factory making three million peppers each year, a candy factory with hand-made caramel-pecan praline, and a Buffalo bar with its own sauce. [AL]
20:10
The death of a star can cause catastrophic planetary damage. But what happens when a dying star becomes a Supernova and is Earth at risk? Phil Plait investigates. [AL]
21:00
A castle in Scotland may be the home of King Arthur's Round Table. Can the discovery of a disfigured skeleton reveal its secrets and rewrite history? [9-A]
21:50
Kevin and Grant build supersized Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots, build a motorcycle with one wheel, and what it takes to survive the perfect storm. [AL]
22:40
See how the California Highway Patrol stop a speeding car, and how 75,000 litres of water is shot 24 stories high in a spectacular display? [AL]
23:05
Profiling a Wisconsin factory making three million peppers each year, a candy factory with hand-made caramel-pecan praline, and a Buffalo bar with its own sauce. [AL]
23:30
Danny explores Abu Dhabi's Central Market - a hub for an emerging world destination, complete with offices, parks, shops, and hotels. [AL]
00:20
Einstein's Relativity Theory says travelling forward in time is possible, but going back means breaking the speed of light. Can phenomena like quantum nonlocality make it possible? [AL]
01:10
The death of a star can cause catastrophic planetary damage. But what happens when a dying star becomes a Supernova and is Earth at risk? Phil Plait investigates. [AL]
02:00
A castle in Scotland may be the home of King Arthur's Round Table. Can the discovery of a disfigured skeleton reveal its secrets and rewrite history? [9-A]
02:48
Kevin and Grant build supersized Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots, build a motorcycle with one wheel, and what it takes to survive the perfect storm. [AL]
03:36
Danny explores Abu Dhabi's Central Market - a hub for an emerging world destination, complete with offices, parks, shops, and hotels. [AL]
04:24
See how the California Highway Patrol stop a speeding car, and how 75,000 litres of water is shot 24 stories high in a spectacular display? [AL]
04:48
Profiling a Wisconsin factory making three million peppers each year, a candy factory with hand-made caramel-pecan praline, and a Buffalo bar with its own sauce. [AL]
05:12
Einstein's Relativity Theory says travelling forward in time is possible, but going back means breaking the speed of light. Can phenomena like quantum nonlocality make it possible? [AL]
06:00
How do structure movers shift steam turbines that weigh more than ten houses; and how are black boxes built to survive plane crashes? [AL]
06:26
A castle in Scotland may be the home of King Arthur's Round Table. Can the discovery of a disfigured skeleton reveal its secrets and rewrite history? [9-A]
07:14
Danny explores Abu Dhabi's Central Market - a hub for an emerging world destination, complete with offices, parks, shops, and hotels. [AL]
08:02
The death of a star can cause catastrophic planetary damage. But what happens when a dying star becomes a Supernova and is Earth at risk? Phil Plait investigates. [AL]
08:50
See how the California Highway Patrol stop a speeding car, and how 75,000 litres of water is shot 24 stories high in a spectacular display? [AL]
09:14
Profiling a Wisconsin factory making three million peppers each year, a candy factory with hand-made caramel-pecan praline, and a Buffalo bar with its own sauce. [AL]
09:38
A castle in Scotland may be the home of King Arthur's Round Table. Can the discovery of a disfigured skeleton reveal its secrets and rewrite history? [9-A]
10:26
Kevin and Grant build supersized Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots, build a motorcycle with one wheel, and what it takes to survive the perfect storm. [AL]
11:14
Danny explores Abu Dhabi's Central Market - a hub for an emerging world destination, complete with offices, parks, shops, and hotels. [AL]
12:02
The death of a star can cause catastrophic planetary damage. But what happens when a dying star becomes a Supernova and is Earth at risk? Phil Plait investigates. [AL]
12:50
Einstein's Relativity Theory says travelling forward in time is possible, but going back means breaking the speed of light. Can phenomena like quantum nonlocality make it possible? [AL]
13:38
See how the California Highway Patrol stop a speeding car, and how 75,000 litres of water is shot 24 stories high in a spectacular display? [AL]
14:02
Profiling a Wisconsin factory making three million peppers each year, a candy factory with hand-made caramel-pecan praline, and a Buffalo bar with its own sauce. [AL]
14:26
A castle in Scotland may be the home of King Arthur's Round Table. Can the discovery of a disfigured skeleton reveal its secrets and rewrite history? [9-A]
15:14
Kevin and Grant build supersized Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots, build a motorcycle with one wheel, and what it takes to survive the perfect storm. [AL]
16:02
The death of a star can cause catastrophic planetary damage. But what happens when a dying star becomes a Supernova and is Earth at risk? Phil Plait investigates. [AL]
16:50
Everywhere we look on Earth, we find life. Yet we have only ever found life here. How did the stuff of stars come together to create life as we know it? What do we mean by 'life'? [AL]
17:40
Danny explores the Port of Rotterdam, where crews are in the middle of the largest Earth-moving project in history, to triple the port's capacity. [AL]
18:30
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects including car tyres, scuba tanks and silk are manufactured. [AL]
18:55
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including electric stand up vehicles made? [AL]
19:20
How do they repair the hull of an 80,000 tonne cruise liner? And how do they keep Europe's longest suspension bridge from collapsing? [AL]
19:45
Featuring a California bakery that produces an 80-foot long fig newton and a giant churn that turns 5,500 pounds of organic cream into a large chunk of butter. [AL]
20:10
A cataclysmic explosion wiped out 1000 miles of Siberia wilderness in 1908. Scientists return to the site to find out what triggered this apocalyptic event. [AL]
21:00
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects including car tyres, scuba tanks and silk are manufactured. [AL]
21:25
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including electric stand up vehicles made? [AL]
21:50
A balloon-powered sleigh is built to deliver presents, snow is made and covers Kevin's front lawn and holiday decorations are deployed in record time. [AL]
22:40
How do they repair the hull of an 80,000 tonne cruise liner? And how do they keep Europe's longest suspension bridge from collapsing? [AL]
23:05
Featuring a California bakery that produces an 80-foot long fig newton and a giant churn that turns 5,500 pounds of organic cream into a large chunk of butter. [AL]
23:30
Danny explores the Port of Rotterdam, where crews are in the middle of the largest Earth-moving project in history, to triple the port's capacity. [AL]
00:20
Everywhere we look on Earth, we find life. Yet we have only ever found life here. How did the stuff of stars come together to create life as we know it? What do we mean by 'life'? [AL]
01:10
A cataclysmic explosion wiped out 1000 miles of Siberia wilderness in 1908. Scientists return to the site to find out what triggered this apocalyptic event. [AL]
02:00
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects including car tyres, scuba tanks and silk are manufactured. [AL]
02:24
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including electric stand up vehicles made? [AL]
02:48
A balloon-powered sleigh is built to deliver presents, snow is made and covers Kevin's front lawn and holiday decorations are deployed in record time. [AL]
03:36
Danny explores the Port of Rotterdam, where crews are in the middle of the largest Earth-moving project in history, to triple the port's capacity. [AL]
04:24
How do they repair the hull of an 80,000 tonne cruise liner? And how do they keep Europe's longest suspension bridge from collapsing? [AL]
04:48
Featuring a California bakery that produces an 80-foot long fig newton and a giant churn that turns 5,500 pounds of organic cream into a large chunk of butter. [AL]
05:12
Everywhere we look on Earth, we find life. Yet we have only ever found life here. How did the stuff of stars come together to create life as we know it? What do we mean by 'life'? [AL]
06:00
Head underground into America's largest mine to find out how lead is extracted. And how do they manufacture and test made-to-measure shotguns? [AL]
06:26
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects including car tyres, scuba tanks and silk are manufactured. [AL]
06:50
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including electric stand up vehicles made? [AL]
07:14
Danny explores the Port of Rotterdam, where crews are in the middle of the largest Earth-moving project in history, to triple the port's capacity. [AL]
08:02
A cataclysmic explosion wiped out 1000 miles of Siberia wilderness in 1908. Scientists return to the site to find out what triggered this apocalyptic event. [AL]
08:50
How do they repair the hull of an 80,000 tonne cruise liner? And how do they keep Europe's longest suspension bridge from collapsing? [AL]
09:14
Featuring a California bakery that produces an 80-foot long fig newton and a giant churn that turns 5,500 pounds of organic cream into a large chunk of butter. [AL]
09:38
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects including car tyres, scuba tanks and silk are manufactured. [AL]
10:02
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including electric stand up vehicles made? [AL]
10:26
A balloon-powered sleigh is built to deliver presents, snow is made and covers Kevin's front lawn and holiday decorations are deployed in record time. [AL]
11:14
Danny explores the Port of Rotterdam, where crews are in the middle of the largest Earth-moving project in history, to triple the port's capacity. [AL]
12:02
A cataclysmic explosion wiped out 1000 miles of Siberia wilderness in 1908. Scientists return to the site to find out what triggered this apocalyptic event. [AL]
12:50
Everywhere we look on Earth, we find life. Yet we have only ever found life here. How did the stuff of stars come together to create life as we know it? What do we mean by 'life'? [AL]
13:38
How do they repair the hull of an 80,000 tonne cruise liner? And how do they keep Europe's longest suspension bridge from collapsing? [AL]
14:02
Featuring a California bakery that produces an 80-foot long fig newton and a giant churn that turns 5,500 pounds of organic cream into a large chunk of butter. [AL]
14:26
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects including car tyres, scuba tanks and silk are manufactured. [AL]
14:50
More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including electric stand up vehicles made? [AL]
15:14
A balloon-powered sleigh is built to deliver presents, snow is made and covers Kevin's front lawn and holiday decorations are deployed in record time. [AL]
16:02
A cataclysmic explosion wiped out 1000 miles of Siberia wilderness in 1908. Scientists return to the site to find out what triggered this apocalyptic event. [AL]
16:50
Our understanding of the universe has drastically changed over the last 100 years, and it is on the verge of another seismic shift based on the Large Hadron Collider findings. [AL]
17:40
Danny Forster investigates the most important public works project in New York City's history, the $15 billion expansion of the subway system. [AL]
18:30
A planet shows evidence of an Earth-like atmosphere, while a mysterious glowing light suggests the impossible: an atmosphere on the Moon. [AL]
19:20
See how unmanned aerial vehicles fight crime and learn what goes into designing the ultimate football. [AL]
19:45
Featuring a Charleston tea plantation, Hoisin sauce that has been sent to outer space, and ice cream sandwiches that have been a San Francisco tradition since 1928. [AL]
20:10
Journey through space and examine the cosmic battles being waged between celestial bodies. Could our own galaxy clash with its closest neighbour Andromeda? [AL]
21:00
When NASA discovers something strange on Saturn's biggest moon, experts investigate if aliens feeding on the world's electric atmosphere could be the culprit. [12-A]
21:50
The Acropolis has overlooked Athens for thousands of years. Now scientists aim to reveal how it was built, what it looked like, and how it's still standing. [AL]
22:40
See how unmanned aerial vehicles fight crime and learn what goes into designing the ultimate football. [AL]
23:05
Featuring a Charleston tea plantation, Hoisin sauce that has been sent to outer space, and ice cream sandwiches that have been a San Francisco tradition since 1928. [AL]
23:30
Danny Forster investigates the most important public works project in New York City's history, the $15 billion expansion of the subway system. [AL]
00:20
Our understanding of the universe has drastically changed over the last 100 years, and it is on the verge of another seismic shift based on the Large Hadron Collider findings. [AL]
01:10
Journey through space and examine the cosmic battles being waged between celestial bodies. Could our own galaxy clash with its closest neighbour Andromeda? [AL]
02:00
When NASA discovers something strange on Saturn's biggest moon, experts investigate if aliens feeding on the world's electric atmosphere could be the culprit. [12-A]
02:48
The Acropolis has overlooked Athens for thousands of years. Now scientists aim to reveal how it was built, what it looked like, and how it's still standing. [AL]
03:36
Danny Forster investigates the most important public works project in New York City's history, the $15 billion expansion of the subway system. [AL]
04:24
See how unmanned aerial vehicles fight crime and learn what goes into designing the ultimate football. [AL]
04:48
Featuring a Charleston tea plantation, Hoisin sauce that has been sent to outer space, and ice cream sandwiches that have been a San Francisco tradition since 1928. [AL]
05:12
Our understanding of the universe has drastically changed over the last 100 years, and it is on the verge of another seismic shift based on the Large Hadron Collider findings. [AL]