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Discovery Science
06:00
Learn how they turn a family car into a tough rally car, and how they make titanium, the metal that the modern aerospace industry relies on? [AL]
06:26
The Hubble Telescope spots thousands of unknown objects travelling faster than light. Are we being watched? Or could we ourselves be aliens from another world? [AL]
07:14
Danny is in Melbourne, Australia where they are building one of the most innovative stadiums ever. It will be the ultimate fan experience, and an icon for the city. [AL]
08:02
For the first time since the Cold War the Moon is inspiring a race. But this time around winning is not about proving military might - it's about cold hard cash. [AL]
08:50
How do they launch and land an F18 fighter jet on the USS Nimitz, make a major league baseball bat and build the world's fastest sports car? [AL]
09:14
Spotlighting a bakery that makes 28 donuts per second, factory employees who make pepperoni by hand, and a chocolaty multigrain snack. [AL]
09:38
The Hubble Telescope spots thousands of unknown objects travelling faster than light. Are we being watched? Or could we ourselves be aliens from another world? [AL]
10:26
Can Kevin and Grant build an amphibious motorcycle that drives on the water? In an ultra-scientific mini-golf competition, who can make the most holes-in-one? [AL]
11:14
Danny is in Melbourne, Australia where they are building one of the most innovative stadiums ever. It will be the ultimate fan experience, and an icon for the city. [AL]
12:02
For the first time since the Cold War the Moon is inspiring a race. But this time around winning is not about proving military might - it's about cold hard cash. [AL]
12:50
For decades humans have dreamed of going to Mars, and now we're finally on the brink of blasting off for the red planet. How close is its potential occupation? [AL]
13:38
How do they launch and land an F18 fighter jet on the USS Nimitz, make a major league baseball bat and build the world's fastest sports car? [AL]
14:02
Spotlighting a bakery that makes 28 donuts per second, factory employees who make pepperoni by hand, and a chocolaty multigrain snack. [AL]
14:26
The Hubble Telescope spots thousands of unknown objects travelling faster than light. Are we being watched? Or could we ourselves be aliens from another world? [AL]
15:14
Can Kevin and Grant build an amphibious motorcycle that drives on the water? In an ultra-scientific mini-golf competition, who can make the most holes-in-one? [AL]
16:02
For the first time since the Cold War the Moon is inspiring a race. But this time around winning is not about proving military might - it's about cold hard cash. [AL]
16:50
Cosmologists and astronomers agree: our universe is 13.7 billion years old. We can now take a picture of it a heartbeat after its birth. But if it was born, where did it come from? [AL]
17:40
Danny Forster visits the most expensive public works project ever in California. Crews are racing to earthquake-proof the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. [AL]
18:30
In 1969, millions watched Neil Armstrong step onto the moon. But behind these iconic images is an untold story, and the most extensive search for unseen footage ever undertaken.
20:10
Right now, massive meteors are orbiting dangerously close to Earth. What can we do to stop asteroids that are heading towards us, and what type of damage might they cause? [AL]
21:00
In 1969, millions watched Neil Armstrong step onto the moon. But behind these iconic images is an untold story, and the most extensive search for unseen footage ever undertaken.
22:40
Discover how the rescue services slice a crushed car open in seconds, and find out how parachutists are able to land on a dime. [AL]
23:05
Chocolate-covered cheesecake sticks, a cheddar wheel weighing 5,000 pounds, and a bakery that makes 30,000 pounds of blondies are featured. [AL]
23:30
Danny Forster visits the most expensive public works project ever in California. Crews are racing to earthquake-proof the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. [AL]
00:20
Cosmologists and astronomers agree: our universe is 13.7 billion years old. We can now take a picture of it a heartbeat after its birth. But if it was born, where did it come from? [AL]
01:10
In 1969, millions watched Neil Armstrong step onto the moon. But behind these iconic images is an untold story, and the most extensive search for unseen footage ever undertaken.
02:48
The guys turn chariots into speed demons by replacing horses with powerful motorcycles. Kevin and Grant find out what it takes to escape from Alcatraz. [AL]
03:36
Danny Forster visits the most expensive public works project ever in California. Crews are racing to earthquake-proof the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. [AL]
04:24
Discover how the rescue services slice a crushed car open in seconds, and find out how parachutists are able to land on a dime. [AL]
04:48
Chocolate-covered cheesecake sticks, a cheddar wheel weighing 5,000 pounds, and a bakery that makes 30,000 pounds of blondies are featured. [AL]
05:12
Cosmologists and astronomers agree: our universe is 13.7 billion years old. We can now take a picture of it a heartbeat after its birth. But if it was born, where did it come from? [AL]
06:00
How do submarine crews survive submerged beneath the ocean for months at a time? Plus, how do crash test dummies make driving safer? [AL]
06:26
In 1969, millions watched Neil Armstrong step onto the moon. But behind these iconic images is an untold story, and the most extensive search for unseen footage ever undertaken.
08:02
Right now, massive meteors are orbiting dangerously close to Earth. What can we do to stop asteroids that are heading towards us, and what type of damage might they cause? [AL]
08:50
Discover how the rescue services slice a crushed car open in seconds, and find out how parachutists are able to land on a dime. [AL]
09:14
Chocolate-covered cheesecake sticks, a cheddar wheel weighing 5,000 pounds, and a bakery that makes 30,000 pounds of blondies are featured. [AL]
09:38
In 1969, millions watched Neil Armstrong step onto the moon. But behind these iconic images is an untold story, and the most extensive search for unseen footage ever undertaken.
11:14
Danny Forster visits the most expensive public works project ever in California. Crews are racing to earthquake-proof the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. [AL]
12:02
Right now, massive meteors are orbiting dangerously close to Earth. What can we do to stop asteroids that are heading towards us, and what type of damage might they cause? [AL]
12:50
Cosmologists and astronomers agree: our universe is 13.7 billion years old. We can now take a picture of it a heartbeat after its birth. But if it was born, where did it come from? [AL]
13:38
Discover how the rescue services slice a crushed car open in seconds, and find out how parachutists are able to land on a dime. [AL]
14:02
Chocolate-covered cheesecake sticks, a cheddar wheel weighing 5,000 pounds, and a bakery that makes 30,000 pounds of blondies are featured. [AL]
14:26
In 1969, millions watched Neil Armstrong step onto the moon. But behind these iconic images is an untold story, and the most extensive search for unseen footage ever undertaken.
16:02
Right now, massive meteors are orbiting dangerously close to Earth. What can we do to stop asteroids that are heading towards us, and what type of damage might they cause? [AL]
16:50
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]
17:40
Danny investigates the Gotthard Base Tunnel - the longest tunnel in the world, costing 18 billion dollars. [AL]
18:30
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]
19:20
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]
19:45
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]
20:10
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]
21:00
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]
21:50
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]
22:40
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]
23:05
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]
23:30
Danny investigates the Gotthard Base Tunnel - the longest tunnel in the world, costing 18 billion dollars. [AL]
00:20
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]
01:10
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]
02:00
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]
02:48
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]
03:36
Danny investigates the Gotthard Base Tunnel - the longest tunnel in the world, costing 18 billion dollars. [AL]
04:24
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]
04:48
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]
05:12
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]
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]