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Discovery Science
06:00
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]
06:24
Kevin explores invisible forces, including how a penny can defy gravity on a hanger, how to painlessly lie on a bed of nails, and other barely visible feats. [AL]
06:48
Kevin and his team investigate the secret science of the kitchen, demonstrating how to hold fire in the palm of a hand and how to break a wine glass with sound. [AL]
07:12
Judges Adam and Jamie of Mythbusters challenge a team of rocket scientists and a family of special effects artists to build a Fire and Ice themed multi-step machine. [AL]
08:00
Adam and Jamie pit a team of engineers against a group of artists to build multi-step machines with this week's theme: flight. Will the machines get off of the ground? [AL]
08:48
A team of movie effects specialists battle a group of motorcycle mechanics to build ingenious multi-step machines. The pressure is on when one of the teams loses a member. [AL]
09:36
The smartest and bravest people use science to take their skills to the next level, from opening a bottle using a feather to using another person as a snowboard. [9-A]
10:24
Top and bowler hats, solar water heaters, sticky buns and electrostatic speakers go under the microscope. [AL]
10:48
Discover how everyday items such as turntables, steam engines, playground equipment and non-stick pans are made. [AL]
11:12
A look at how skyline logging wrangles Vancouver's most elusive trees. Plus, muscle and skill turns ordinary clay into intricate tiles in a Spanish workshop. [AL]
11:36
Jets over to Spain to one of the most advanced and powerful planes in the world. Plus, there's a secret to making warm waterproof boots and how bananas get just ripe. [AL]
12:00
How do they build a monorail above the world's most crowded streets? Plus, how do they craft Copenhagen's famous Flora Danica porcelain? [AL]
12:24
How do they use one of the slipperiest substances on earth to make waterproof clothing for explorers, mountaineers and special forces soldiers? [AL]
12:50
How do they turn bitter oranges into the Queen's favourite breakfast spread, marmalade? Plus, how do they print out a dress fit for the catwalk? [AL]
13:14
How do they build heavy duty road rollers? How do they bake bread in a can? And, how do they make a mobile phone with the care and precision of a Swiss watch? [AL]
13:38
How do they pick, process and can thousands of tonnes of grapefruit? And, how do they build conveyor belts to carry millions of pieces of luggage every year? [AL]
14:02
How do they make the world's finest harp strings? How do they build roof windows that can keep out a hurricane? And, How do they make Belgian waffles? [AL]
14:26
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including shuffleboard tables made? [AL]
14:50
More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their production. How are objects including air hockey tables made? [AL]
15:14
Danger looms over the future of the iconic sports car if worldwide fossil fuels are depleted. Engineers are setting out to build the world's first hybrid supercar. [AL]
16:02
In order to continue to stay relevant in the automotive world, Maserati decides to take on the challenge of growing their business. How? Shrink the supercar. [AL]
16:50
After the last Lamborghini Gallardo has rolled off the assembly line, Lamborghini designs the Huracan. Can it live up to the legacy of the supercar it replaces? [AL]
17:40
Ford's focus was to build machines that could be sold around the world. The last car to conform to this way of thinking is the brand's most iconic badge - The Mustang. [AL]
18:30
One man set out to create his dream: an ultra-expensive, ultra-aerodynamic sculptural form that has over 700 horsepower and a top speed north of 230-miles per hour. [AL]
19:20
Experts investigate the story behind an underwater graveyard of unexpected American treasures, and a network of tunnels hiding a secret history of New York. [AL]
20:10
Darrell visits the Atocha, a valuable shipwreck Cooper recorded 50 years ago. Experts send Darrell to an archive in Spain to hunt down an ancient manifest. [AL-T]
21:00
Darrell finds the final piece to Cooper's code, but hiring a crew presents new danger as he discloses his secret mission. On the water, there's a big discovery. [AL-T]
21:50
Rob Nelson investigates the mysterious rocks at the bottom of Lake Michigan known as Underwater Stonehenge. Plus, the search for escape tunnels in Alcatraz. [9-A]
22:40
Rob Nelson investigates mysterious tunnels under Denver's airport. Plus, in Ohio he tries to uncover the secrets of a giant serpent-shaped mound. [9-A]
23:30
Experts investigate if a nearby exoplanet could be the home to an alien civilization after a new discovery confirms that life can thrive on such a world. [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
Scientists have discovered pathogens that turn insects into zombies. New viruses are detected every day - could humans also be at risk? [AL]
02:00
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]
02:48
Asteroids have decimated life on Earth before and they will again. Across the globe, scientists, engineers and astronauts are gearing up for a cosmic battle. [AL]
03:36
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]
04:24
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how ceramic fireplaces and parking garage floor slabs are made. [AL]
04:48
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how oil pressure sensors are made and neck restraints are manufactured. [AL]
05:12
How do they pick, process and can thousands of tonnes of grapefruit? And, how do they build conveyor belts to carry millions of pieces of luggage every year? [AL]
05:36
How do they make the world's finest harp strings? How do they build roof windows that can keep out a hurricane? And, How do they make Belgian waffles? [AL]
06:00
More everyday items go under the microscope, with a look at how objects such as custom knee braces are made. [AL]
06:24
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects from solid state drives to eye shadow are made. [AL]
06:48
More everyday items go under the microscope, with a look at how dragster tyres, icing, floating docks and spiral pipes are made. [AL]
07:12
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how motion sensors and diving helmets are made. [AL]
07:36
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how rawhide lampshades and MRI scanners are made. [AL]
08:00
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how noise barrier walls, Bourbon, and front-load washers are made. [AL]
08:24
How far do our perceptions extend? Researches investigating the hidden depths of our brains explore the possibility a global consciousness. [AL]
09:12
As scientists scour for intelligent life on alternative worlds, could parallel universes no longer be a science fiction fantasy? [AL]
10:00
A mysterious ruined city in Greece is home to the mythical Labyrinth and the Minotaur. Its catastrophic downfall may have inspired the legend of Atlantis. [9-A]
10:48
Attila the Hun was one of history's fiercest warriors, and new evidence reveals if his terror was responsible for the fall of Roman Empire. [9-A]
11:36
Find out how paper fans are produced, walnut oil is manufactured and copper is made. [AL]
12:00
More everyday items go under microscope. How are objects including aircraft cabinets and motorcycle brake locks produced? [AL]
12:24
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as powder horns and inner tubes are made. [AL]
12:50
With an injured hiker in the Death Zone, pilot Jason heads to the world's highest landing spot. Rookie Ryan seeks climbers stuck in a remote area of the Himalayas. [9-AT]
13:38
Brook and Brian help Marc vet four new products, including a shirt that changes colours as muscles heat up and a non-glue that dries at your command. [6-G]
14:26
Brook and Brian help Marc vet four new products, including a motorised roller skates users can strap to their shoes and a 360-degree infrared surveillance device. [6-G]
15:14
The statues of Easter Island were built by one of the world's strangest and most isolated civilizations. New evidence reveals why they were constructed. [9-A]
16:02
Egypt's Bent Pyramid is one of the world's most mysterious ancient mega-structures. Was it intended to look so bizarre, or had something gone wrong? [9-A]
16:50
Peeling back the layers of reality, scientists examine how new ways of perceiving the world might allow us to unlock the secrets of the cosmos. [AL]
17:40
Warp drives, wormholes, and teleportation- if physicists break the speed of light, could the final frontier be within our reach? [AL]
18:30
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how membrane filters, bridge ties, and Bi-planes are made. [AL]
18:55
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how hospital laundry and horse replicas are made. [AL]
19:20
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how ceramic fireplaces and parking garage floor slabs are made. [AL]
19:45
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how oil pressure sensors are made and neck restraints are manufactured. [AL]
20:10
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how mobile concert stages are built and mascara is manufactured. [AL]
20:35
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how NASCAR car bodies are manufactured and thermal coffee pots are produced. [AL]
21:00
A UFO crashes in Pennsylvania. Was it a secret Soviet satellite, or something far more dangerous? On Mercury, NASA finds the impossible: frozen water. [AL]
21:50
A starling discovery suggests the hellish clouds of Venus may be the origin of life on Earth. Plus, did the earth once have two moons? [AL]
22:40
A probe mysteriously malfunctions as it enters deep space. Astronomers find evidence of an invisible planet in a distant solar system. [AL]
23:30
How far do our perceptions extend? Researches investigating the hidden depths of our brains explore the possibility a global consciousness. [AL]
00:20
As scientists scour for intelligent life on alternative worlds, could parallel universes no longer be a science fiction fantasy? [AL]
01:10
Brook and Brian help Marc vet four new products, including a shirt that changes colours as muscles heat up and a non-glue that dries at your command. [6-G]
02:00
Brook and Brian help Marc vet four new products, including a motorised roller skates users can strap to their shoes and a 360-degree infrared surveillance device. [6-G]
02:48
A UFO crashes in Pennsylvania. Was it a secret Soviet satellite, or something far more dangerous? On Mercury, NASA finds the impossible: frozen water. [AL]
03:36
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how mobile concert stages are built and mascara is manufactured. [AL]
04:00
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how NASCAR car bodies are manufactured and thermal coffee pots are produced. [AL]
04:24
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how electric vehicle charging stations are made and grappa is produced. [AL]
04:48
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how slate tiles are produced and hot dog carts are made. [AL]
05:12
More everyday items go the microscope. How are external hard drives, Thai rice boxes and paper towels made? [AL]
05:36
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as tea, artificial flowers and alloy wheels are made. [AL]
06:00
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how membrane filters, bridge ties, and Bi-planes are made. [AL]
06:24
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how hospital laundry and horse replicas are made. [AL]
06:48
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how ceramic fireplaces and parking garage floor slabs are made. [AL]
07:12
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how oil pressure sensors are made and neck restraints are manufactured. [AL]
07:36
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how mobile concert stages are built and mascara is manufactured. [AL]
08:00
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how NASCAR car bodies are manufactured and thermal coffee pots are produced. [AL]
08:24
Peeling back the layers of reality, scientists examine how new ways of perceiving the world might allow us to unlock the secrets of the cosmos. [AL]
09:12
Warp drives, wormholes, and teleportation- if physicists break the speed of light, could the final frontier be within our reach? [AL]
10:00
The statues of Easter Island were built by one of the world's strangest and most isolated civilizations. New evidence reveals why they were constructed. [9-A]
10:48
Egypt's Bent Pyramid is one of the world's most mysterious ancient mega-structures. Was it intended to look so bizarre, or had something gone wrong? [9-A]
11:36
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects from gel caps to frozen pancakes are made. [AL]
12:00
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how paper umbrellas, coal, aircraft seats and urns are made. [AL]
12:24
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects including aluminum canoes, wood bowls and marimbas are made. [AL]
12:50
A UFO crashes in Pennsylvania. Was it a secret Soviet satellite, or something far more dangerous? On Mercury, NASA finds the impossible: frozen water. [AL]
13:38
Brook and Brian help Marc vet four new products, including a bike that can ride on water, social robots and a device that improves the reaction time of boxers. [6-G]
14:26
Brook and Brian help Marc vet four new products, including a remote controlled lawn mower, a digital guitar, and an indestructible torch. [6-G]
15:14
A cutting-edge investigation into the sinking of the Titanic reveals new discoveries that could explain the mysteries of her last moments. [9-A]
16:02
Archaeologists examine what lies beneath China's Forbidden City, exploring the dark secrets of this mysterious mega-palace buried for nearly 600 years. [9-A]
16:50
Death seems to be the inevitable end of everything in the universe. But what if life had no conclusion? Scientists embark on the hunt for immortality. [AL]
17:40
Exobiologists are creating an encyclopaedia of alien life. With an expanding galaxy of exotic worlds, what kind of creatures may arise? [AL]
18:30
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how electric vehicle charging stations are made and grappa is produced. [AL]
18:55
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how slate tiles are produced and hot dog carts are made. [AL]
19:20
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how racing leathers are manufactured and wood rocking chairs are made. [AL]
19:45
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how mountain bikes are produced and lever action rifles are manufactured. [AL]
20:10
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how saunas are produced and wheelchair lifts are manufactured. [AL]
20:35
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how upright pianos are manufactured and flags are produced. [AL]
21:00
A look at both fearless and foolish internet legends, featuring stopping trick shots, extreme mountain unicyclers, and a relaxing hot bath of chilli sauce! [9-A]
21:50
A look at the most inventive people on the web, featuring how to get a tattoo from a machine, build an engine from paper, and ride on a giant homemade swing. [9-A]
22:40
A look at Mother Nature's biggest 'wow' moments on the internet, featuring cuddly bears, criminal ferrets, and an entire island made from trash. [AL]
23:30
Peeling back the layers of reality, scientists examine how new ways of perceiving the world might allow us to unlock the secrets of the cosmos. [AL]
00:20
Warp drives, wormholes, and teleportation- if physicists break the speed of light, could the final frontier be within our reach? [AL]
01:10
Brook and Brian help Marc vet four new products, including a bike that can ride on water, social robots and a device that improves the reaction time of boxers. [6-G]
02:00
Brook and Brian help Marc vet four new products, including a remote controlled lawn mower, a digital guitar, and an indestructible torch. [6-G]
02:48
A look at both fearless and foolish internet legends, featuring stopping trick shots, extreme mountain unicyclers, and a relaxing hot bath of chilli sauce! [9-A]
03:36
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how racing leathers are manufactured and wood rocking chairs are made. [AL]
04:00
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how mountain bikes are produced and lever action rifles are manufactured. [AL]
04:24
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how saunas are produced and wheelchair lifts are manufactured. [AL]
04:48
More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how upright pianos are manufactured and flags are produced. [AL]
05:12
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects including knee replacements are made. [AL]
05:36
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as cast iron stoves are made. [AL]