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Discovery Science
06:00
How do they build wrecker trucks, how do they produce Roquefort, and how are trees transported? Find out as more items are examined. [AL]
06:26
Terror in the skies, as a skydiver's parachute fails to open, leaving him falling towards the ground. Plus, see what happens when a fire breather gets more than she bargains for.
06:50
What's the worst thing that can happen when you order a new swimming pool? One family finds out the hard way. And as a deer comes face to face with a big bus, what happens next?
07:14
Future Weapons goes to the most intense training ground on the planet - Alaska. See how soldiers are trained to fight and thrive in this hostile environment. [AL]
08:02
Martin and Liz investigate a giant asteroid impact that may have wiped out the Dinosaurs. Later, Martin experiences the power of a NASA supergun. [AL]
08:50
How do they cultivate green salad on scorching desert plains, how do they make rigging for ships and how do they produce lifesaving insulin from bread? [AL]
09:14
Discover how everyday items such as cufflinks, blueberry turnovers, dashboards and earthenware pottery are made. [AL]
09:38
Terror in the skies, as a skydiver's parachute fails to open, leaving him falling towards the ground. Plus, see what happens when a fire breather gets more than she bargains for.
10:02
What's the worst thing that can happen when you order a new swimming pool? One family finds out the hard way. And as a deer comes face to face with a big bus, what happens next?
10:26
Did the Pharaohs really order the construction of Pyramids? Or are these monoliths proof of alien activity from the distant past? [9-A]
11:14
Future Weapons goes to the most intense training ground on the planet - Alaska. See how soldiers are trained to fight and thrive in this hostile environment. [AL]
12:02
Martin and Liz investigate a giant asteroid impact that may have wiped out the Dinosaurs. Later, Martin experiences the power of a NASA supergun. [AL]
12:50
Scientists have discovered evidence of a mysterious ninth planet on the very edge of our solar system, could its moons support extra-terrestrial life? [AL]
13:38
How do they cultivate green salad on scorching desert plains, how do they make rigging for ships and how do they produce lifesaving insulin from bread? [AL]
14:02
Discover how everyday items such as cufflinks, blueberry turnovers, dashboards and earthenware pottery are made. [AL]
14:26
Terror in the skies, as a skydiver's parachute fails to open, leaving him falling towards the ground. Plus, see what happens when a fire breather gets more than she bargains for.
14:50
What's the worst thing that can happen when you order a new swimming pool? One family finds out the hard way. And as a deer comes face to face with a big bus, what happens next?
15:14
Did the Pharaohs really order the construction of Pyramids? Or are these monoliths proof of alien activity from the distant past? [9-A]
16:02
Martin and Liz investigate a giant asteroid impact that may have wiped out the Dinosaurs. Later, Martin experiences the power of a NASA supergun. [AL]
16:50
The Universe is a violent and dangerous place. From exploding stars and colliding galaxies to nebula shockwaves - what are the worst places in the Universe? [AL]
17:40
Ex-Navy Seal Mack tests inflatable armour, shoulder-fired grenades, the latest ground attack planes, and a long range bullet that moves at supersonic speeds. [AL]
18:30
A look at the eradication of the worst disease known to mankind. But even after its disappearance in 1980, does smallpox still present a threat to the human race?
19:20
How do they build one of the world's most powerful locomotives? And how do they turn cows' milk into clotted cream? [AL]
19:45
Top and bowler hats, solar water heaters, sticky buns and electrostatic speakers go under the microscope. [AL]
20:10
The Asteroid Day Foundation's mission is to save humans from potential asteroid hits. What would happen if a large asteroid hit earth, and what actions should be taken now? [AL]
21:00
A look at the eradication of the worst disease known to mankind. But even after its disappearance in 1980, does smallpox still present a threat to the human race?
21:50
Something is hungry for blood in the jungles of Latin America and many believe it's a blood-sucking alien feasting on goats, cows and even horses. [9-A]
22:40
How do they build one of the world's most powerful locomotives? And how do they turn cows' milk into clotted cream? [AL]
23:05
Top and bowler hats, solar water heaters, sticky buns and electrostatic speakers go under the microscope. [AL]
23:30
Ex-Navy Seal Mack tests inflatable armour, shoulder-fired grenades, the latest ground attack planes, and a long range bullet that moves at supersonic speeds. [AL]
00:20
The Universe is a violent and dangerous place. From exploding stars and colliding galaxies to nebula shockwaves - what are the worst places in the Universe? [AL]
01:10
The Asteroid Day Foundation's mission is to save humans from potential asteroid hits. What would happen if a large asteroid hit earth, and what actions should be taken now? [AL]
02:00
A look at the eradication of the worst disease known to mankind. But even after its disappearance in 1980, does smallpox still present a threat to the human race?
02:48
Something is hungry for blood in the jungles of Latin America and many believe it's a blood-sucking alien feasting on goats, cows and even horses. [9-A]
03:36
Ex-Navy Seal Mack tests inflatable armour, shoulder-fired grenades, the latest ground attack planes, and a long range bullet that moves at supersonic speeds. [AL]
04:24
How do they build one of the world's most powerful locomotives? And how do they turn cows' milk into clotted cream? [AL]
04:48
Top and bowler hats, solar water heaters, sticky buns and electrostatic speakers go under the microscope. [AL]
05:12
The Universe is a violent and dangerous place. From exploding stars and colliding galaxies to nebula shockwaves - what are the worst places in the Universe? [AL]
06:00
How do they produce marble, how do they make mahjong pieces, and how do they build escape slides? Finds out as more items are put under the microscope. [AL]
06:26
A look at the eradication of the worst disease known to mankind. But even after its disappearance in 1980, does smallpox still present a threat to the human race?
07:14
Ex-Navy Seal Mack tests inflatable armour, shoulder-fired grenades, the latest ground attack planes, and a long range bullet that moves at supersonic speeds. [AL]
08:02
The Asteroid Day Foundation's mission is to save humans from potential asteroid hits. What would happen if a large asteroid hit earth, and what actions should be taken now? [AL]
08:50
How do they build one of the world's most powerful locomotives? And how do they turn cows' milk into clotted cream? [AL]
09:14
Top and bowler hats, solar water heaters, sticky buns and electrostatic speakers go under the microscope. [AL]
09:38
A look at the eradication of the worst disease known to mankind. But even after its disappearance in 1980, does smallpox still present a threat to the human race?
10:26
Something is hungry for blood in the jungles of Latin America and many believe it's a blood-sucking alien feasting on goats, cows and even horses. [9-A]
11:14
Ex-Navy Seal Mack tests inflatable armour, shoulder-fired grenades, the latest ground attack planes, and a long range bullet that moves at supersonic speeds. [AL]
12:02
The Asteroid Day Foundation's mission is to save humans from potential asteroid hits. What would happen if a large asteroid hit earth, and what actions should be taken now? [AL]
12:50
The Universe is a violent and dangerous place. From exploding stars and colliding galaxies to nebula shockwaves - what are the worst places in the Universe? [AL]
13:38
How do they build one of the world's most powerful locomotives? And how do they turn cows' milk into clotted cream? [AL]
14:02
Top and bowler hats, solar water heaters, sticky buns and electrostatic speakers go under the microscope. [AL]
14:26
A look at the eradication of the worst disease known to mankind. But even after its disappearance in 1980, does smallpox still present a threat to the human race?
15:14
Something is hungry for blood in the jungles of Latin America and many believe it's a blood-sucking alien feasting on goats, cows and even horses. [9-A]
16:02
The Asteroid Day Foundation's mission is to save humans from potential asteroid hits. What would happen if a large asteroid hit earth, and what actions should be taken now? [AL]
16:50
Supermassive black holes are so large they devour stars and shape galaxies. The latest science may answer why they grow so large. [AL]
17:40
Witness the birth of a revolution in air warfare that pushes science and technology to the limits - the unmanned bomber that can take-off and land on aircraft carriers. [AL]
18:30
Recent forensic findings expose secrets of the great Sphinx at Giza, revealing which pharaoh commissioned the huge statue and why it was never finished. [9-A]
19:20
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Looking at sardine fishing, Piaggio scooters and erector sets. [AL]
19:45
Discover how everyday items such as turntables, steam engines, playground equipment and non-stick pans are made. [AL]
20:10
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]
21:00
Recent forensic findings expose secrets of the great Sphinx at Giza, revealing which pharaoh commissioned the huge statue and why it was never finished. [9-A]
21:50
Professor Stephen Hawking delves into the mysterious world of stem cells, both embryonic and adult, to explore what these wondrous and baffling mechanisms are capable of. [AL]
22:40
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Looking at sardine fishing, Piaggio scooters and erector sets. [AL]
23:05
Discover how everyday items such as turntables, steam engines, playground equipment and non-stick pans are made. [AL]
23:30
Witness the birth of a revolution in air warfare that pushes science and technology to the limits - the unmanned bomber that can take-off and land on aircraft carriers. [AL]
00:20
Supermassive black holes are so large they devour stars and shape galaxies. The latest science may answer why they grow so large. [AL]
01:10
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]
02:00
Recent forensic findings expose secrets of the great Sphinx at Giza, revealing which pharaoh commissioned the huge statue and why it was never finished. [9-A]
02:48
Professor Stephen Hawking delves into the mysterious world of stem cells, both embryonic and adult, to explore what these wondrous and baffling mechanisms are capable of. [AL]
03:36
Witness the birth of a revolution in air warfare that pushes science and technology to the limits - the unmanned bomber that can take-off and land on aircraft carriers. [AL]
04:24
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Looking at sardine fishing, Piaggio scooters and erector sets. [AL]
04:48
Discover how everyday items such as turntables, steam engines, playground equipment and non-stick pans are made. [AL]
05:12
Supermassive black holes are so large they devour stars and shape galaxies. The latest science may answer why they grow so large. [AL]
06:00
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Featuring Kamaz trucks, products for hair and the Canton Tower. [AL]
06:26
Recent forensic findings expose secrets of the great Sphinx at Giza, revealing which pharaoh commissioned the huge statue and why it was never finished. [9-A]
07:14
Witness the birth of a revolution in air warfare that pushes science and technology to the limits - the unmanned bomber that can take-off and land on aircraft carriers. [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
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Looking at sardine fishing, Piaggio scooters and erector sets. [AL]
09:14
Discover how everyday items such as turntables, steam engines, playground equipment and non-stick pans are made. [AL]
09:38
Recent forensic findings expose secrets of the great Sphinx at Giza, revealing which pharaoh commissioned the huge statue and why it was never finished. [9-A]
10:26
Professor Stephen Hawking delves into the mysterious world of stem cells, both embryonic and adult, to explore what these wondrous and baffling mechanisms are capable of. [AL]
11:14
Witness the birth of a revolution in air warfare that pushes science and technology to the limits - the unmanned bomber that can take-off and land on aircraft carriers. [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
Supermassive black holes are so large they devour stars and shape galaxies. The latest science may answer why they grow so large. [AL]
13:38
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Looking at sardine fishing, Piaggio scooters and erector sets. [AL]
14:02
Discover how everyday items such as turntables, steam engines, playground equipment and non-stick pans are made. [AL]
14:26
Recent forensic findings expose secrets of the great Sphinx at Giza, revealing which pharaoh commissioned the huge statue and why it was never finished. [9-A]
15:14
Professor Stephen Hawking delves into the mysterious world of stem cells, both embryonic and adult, to explore what these wondrous and baffling mechanisms are capable of. [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
Once there was life on Mars - but scientists believe a series of devastating mass extinctions transformed a watery planet into a desert. [AL]
17:40
In Shanghai work has begun on a radical $10bn engineering project to allow millions of people to swap between seven modes of travel - but how? [AL]
18:30
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as tea, artificial flowers and alloy wheels are made.
18:55
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects from gel caps to frozen pancakes are made.
19:20
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Featuring plane painting, pasties and how clogs are made. [AL]
19:45
Discover how to make half a million Egg McMuffins, what it takes to become a professional oyster shucker, and visit the home of America's top-selling kosher wine. [AL]
20:10
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]
21:00
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as tea, artificial flowers and alloy wheels are made.
21:25
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects from gel caps to frozen pancakes are made.
21:50
As we, and Stephen Hawking, stare into the night sky at the countless billions of stars, the question arises about the likelihood of aliens. Are they out there? [AL]
22:40
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Featuring plane painting, pasties and how clogs are made. [AL]
23:05
Discover how to make half a million Egg McMuffins, what it takes to become a professional oyster shucker, and visit the home of America's top-selling kosher wine. [AL]
23:30
In Shanghai work has begun on a radical $10bn engineering project to allow millions of people to swap between seven modes of travel - but how? [AL]
00:20
Once there was life on Mars - but scientists believe a series of devastating mass extinctions transformed a watery planet into a desert. [AL]
01:10
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]
02:00
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as tea, artificial flowers and alloy wheels are made.
02:24
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects from gel caps to frozen pancakes are made.
02:48
As we, and Stephen Hawking, stare into the night sky at the countless billions of stars, the question arises about the likelihood of aliens. Are they out there? [AL]
03:36
In Shanghai work has begun on a radical $10bn engineering project to allow millions of people to swap between seven modes of travel - but how? [AL]
04:24
A look at how products are manufactured around the world. Featuring plane painting, pasties and how clogs are made. [AL]
04:48
Discover how to make half a million Egg McMuffins, what it takes to become a professional oyster shucker, and visit the home of America's top-selling kosher wine. [AL]
05:12
Once there was life on Mars - but scientists believe a series of devastating mass extinctions transformed a watery planet into a desert. [AL]