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Reptiles
To find out where dragon legends could have come from, Harrison goes on a quest to find the biggest, dragon-iest reptiles in the world.

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Komodo Dragon
Stephen and Mark travel to Indonesia to see the deadly Komodo Dragons. They join a project to capture and tag the animals.

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  • 06:00
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Galileo
    Galileo
    Galileo was not only a physicist and astronomer but also a mathematician and philosopher. Learn more with Maestro!
  • 06:30
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    The Pinzon Brothers
    The Pinzon Brothers
    The Pinzón brothers were Spanish explorer who participated in Columbus's first expedition to the Americas but to many still remain unknown.
  • 07:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Spitting Guanacos and Deadly Dozen Australia
    Spitting Guanacos and Deadly Dozen Australia
    Today is all about defense! Meet some spitting guanacos and some of Australia's most dangerous animals!
  • 07:30
    Mindworks
    Auditory Illusions
    Auditory Illusions
    The ranges of sound surrounding us are infinite. By learning new ways to hear – and listen – we open up an incredible new world!
  • 08:00
    Look Kool
    Lenses
    Lenses
    Hamza is looking at and through lenses on his quest for a perfect pair of glasses. He wants to see Mars as well as microscopic stuff.
  • 08:30
    The History of Art
    A World of Light and Colour: Impressionist Art in the 19th Century
    A World of Light and Colour: Impressionist Art in the 19th Century
    Manet was regarded THE mentor of impressionism. Impressionists were particularly interested in presenting the changes of light and colors.
  • 09:00
    Sports Lab
    Curling
    Curling
    Dr. Heather knows who to call. Guest pro Abbie sends the stones spinning, and Emily learns that friction can be a friend out on the ice.
  • 09:10
    Sports Lab
    Hockey
    Hockey
    An action-packed day on the ice. The gang learns about the science of the slap shot when Dr. Heather briefs them on elastic collisions.
  • 09:30
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Children: Health and Education
    Children: Health and Education
    The Planet Guards discover why it so important to improve the education and welfare of our youngest generations.
  • 10:00
    Loudest Sound
    Loudest Sound
    Phil bends the power of sound to his will by making the loudest sound he can. Plus, make cornstarch mud dance, and shatter a wine glass!
  • 10:30
    Finding Stuff Out
    Robots
    Robots
    In a competition with a cheeky robot, Harrison discovers robots can do everything from vacuum your room to play chess against grandmasters.
  • 11:00
    Mindworks
    Memory
    Memory
    Thanks to our brain, we have access to past experiences that make up who we are – even in dreams! This creates our unique personalities.
  • 11:30
    GEOlino
    The Children Parliament of Rajasthan
    The Children Parliament of Rajasthan
    13-year-old Neraj is the children's minister of agriculture of Rajasthan. Neraj is tackling water supply in villages facing drought.
  • 11:45
    GEOlino
    Burundi - Land of Rhythm
    Burundi - Land of Rhythm
    In Burundi, a country tainted by civil war, drumming gives hope for a new beginning. To pass the tradition on drummers rely on young talent.
  • 12:00
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    Dunkin' Zombies & No Volt for Von Bolt
    Dunkin' Zombies & No Volt for Von Bolt
    A virus turns JD into a zombie, so Angie has to find a cure. And Von Bolt malfunctions on a sailing trip so the Secret Lab Kids investigate.
  • 12:30
    Sports Lab
    Squash
    Squash
    Noah wants to take his squash game to the next level, and learns how ball deformation can help him come out on top in a match.
  • 12:40
    Sports Lab
    Swimming
    Swimming
    Plunge into the science of swimming. Dr. Heather talks drag, and the episode trio hits the pool for a wet and wild day of fun.
  • 13:00
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Tablenator
    Tablenator
    9-year-old Eden has a chore busting contraption that will be the envy of every child who has to set the table.
  • 13:30
    Mind-Blowing Breakthroughs
    Galileo Galilei - Reason Over Common Sense
    Galileo Galilei - Reason Over Common Sense
    Galileo begins relating how he arrived at his astonishing discovery about our Earth and the Sun with the terrible Inquisition on his trail.
  • 14:00
    Artzooka
    Tropical Mask
    Tropical Mask
    Jeremie makes a tropical mask, a floating clay octopus, and a talking lunchbox.
  • 14:30
    SciQ
    What Can Bugs Do for Us?
    What Can Bugs Do for Us?
    Meet a car-driving cockroach. Counting bumble bees. An ant pancake whiz chef. Finally, we travel to Hollywood to meet some six-legged stars!
  • 15:00
    Brilliant Creatures
    Tiny Head, Big Appetite
    Tiny Head, Big Appetite
    What could a snake with a head the size of a thumnail possibly eat? You'll be amazed. And are these really the cutest puppies on Earth?
  • 15:15
    Gastroblast
    Empanadas
    Empanadas
    Link discovers the tricks behind making a flaky homemade pastry to encase his ground beef empanada filling. A case of less is more.
  • 15:30
    Hoop Glider
    Hoop Glider
    Defying gravity is Phil’s mission but maxing out a hoop glider proves to be hard. Plus, hovering helium balloons and more anti-gravity fun!
  • 16:00
    Quirky Science
    Paper
    Paper
    Explore the historical development of paper and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
  • 16:30
    All About Art
    Getting to Know Shape & Form in Art
    Getting to Know Shape & Form in Art
    How many shapes do you know? There are square and circles, and triangles too. But shapes can come in all sorts of sizes and forms. Even you!
  • 17:00
    The History of Art
    Experimental Art: Art in the 20th Century
    Experimental Art: Art in the 20th Century
    Impressionism was the prelude to modern art in the 20th century. Artists explored their own originality, expressing their inner state.
  • 17:30
    Look Kool
    Cubes
    Cubes
    Hamza introduces one of his favorite shapes: the cube. A cube is sort of like a square but has a bigger personality!
  • 18:00
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    The Mystery of Pirate Woods & Murphy's Law of Gravity
    The Mystery of Pirate Woods & Murphy's Law of Gravity
    The Lab Kids are sure a local antique shop has a missing treasure chest. And they must also gather data on gravity to help their guest.
  • 18:30
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Tomorrow
    Tomorrow
    The club gets together to discuss what the future may hold.
  • 19:00
    Generating Electricity
    Generating Electricity
    Phil finds out how much power can be generated by a human being? Plus, how a generator works, make your wind turbine, and a solar panel!
  • 19:30
    GEOlino
    The Polar School of Nomad Children
    The Polar School of Nomad Children
    600 nomad children await a helicopter to bring them to school away from their parents. This is the first time for 5-year-old Katja.
  • 19:45
    GEOlino
    The Rescue Dogs of Lake Garda
    The Rescue Dogs of Lake Garda
    17-year-old Ester and her dog Mia are saving lives at Lake Garda. Newfoundland dogs use their weight to pull people out of the water.
  • 20:00
    The Museum of Life - Vienna's Natural History Museum
    Museum of Life - Vienna's Natural History Museum
    Museum of Life - Vienna's Natural History Museum
    Discover the history of Vienna's Natural History Museum as well as explore the museum’s contribution to science across the world!
  • 20:50
    Futuris
    Robots Under The Skin
    Robots Under The Skin
    In Italy scientists have been working on a robot surgery system that could help execute precise, non-invasive surgery without visible scars.
  • 21:00
    The Code
    Numbers
    Numbers
    Marcus du Sautoy reveals a hidden numerical code that underpins all nature, governing everything on our planet and beyond.
  • 22:00
    What the Industrial Revolution Did for Us
    City Living
    City Living
    The Industrial Revolution ushered in the middle class and homes irrevocably changed. We look at how domestic life as we know it was born.
  • 22:30
    e² Transport
    Food Miles
    Food Miles
    Most foods travel an average of 1,500 miles from farm to plate. The impacts of this fossil fuel-driven system are detrimental.
  • 23:00
    Precision: The Measure of All Things
    Energy
    Energy
    In this final episode we see how the drive for better measurement has led us deep into space and inside the fabric of atoms themselves.
  • 00:00
    Rough Science
    Shipwrecked
    Shipwrecked
    Can the scientists build a submersible exploration vehicle, determine when low tide occurs and purify the water supply?
  • 00:30
    The Story of Maths
    To Infinity and Beyond
    To Infinity and Beyond
    May 1831 saw the discovery and loss of a mathematical genius; before Evariste Galois met his death in a duel for the affection of his love, he scribbled down a theory which eventually unlocked the secrets of symmetry. In Russia, Georg Cantor realised that not only did infinity exist, but managed to demonstrate that there are different kinds of infinity. The computer revolutionised mathematics by enabling lightening speed calculations and helping mathematicians to see chaos, but proof without understanding has continued to unsettle mathematicians. Many argue that the pleasure of mathematics is to be found in the understanding of the problem, not simply a correct solution. In 1900, French mathematician David Hilbert identified the most important unsolved mysteries confronting mathematics, laying down the roadmap for maths in the 20th century. 15 of the 23 problems have been fully or partly resolved and work continues on the rest.
  • 01:30
    Owl's Odyssey
    Owl's Odyssey
    Owl's Odyssey
    A female barn-owl has to seek a new place to live. During her journey, the film shows how owls live but also what they mean to humans.
  • 02:15
    Futuris
    Invisible Faults, Digital Solutions
    Invisible Faults, Digital Solutions
    Structural faults are often to blame for the loss of lives in industrial accidents. The faults are a challenge as they are often invisible.
  • 02:30
    Rough Science
    Lost at Sea
    Lost at Sea
    Can the scientists build a distress flare, an emergency life jacket, and create a beacon light which is activated by seawater?
  • 03:00
    Rough Science
    Call of the Wild
    Call of the Wild
    Can the scientists construct an underwater hydrophone, an underwater viewing device, and create mosquito repellent?
  • 03:30
    The Museum of Life - Vienna's Natural History Museum
    Museum of Life - Vienna's Natural History Museum
    Museum of Life - Vienna's Natural History Museum
    Discover the history of Vienna's Natural History Museum as well as explore the museum’s contribution to science across the world!
  • 04:20
    Futuris
    Robots Under The Skin
    Robots Under The Skin
    In Italy scientists have been working on a robot surgery system that could help execute precise, non-invasive surgery without visible scars.
  • 04:30
    The Code
    Numbers
    Numbers
    Marcus du Sautoy reveals a hidden numerical code that underpins all nature, governing everything on our planet and beyond.
  • 05:30
    Rough Science
    Photograph
    Photograph
    Can the scientists take and develop a photograph, and deliver it by hydrogen balloon?
  • 06:00
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Newton
    Newton
    Meet one of the most influential men in human history: Isaac Newton. Learn more about his groundbreaking discoveries...
  • 06:30
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Amerigo Vespucci
    Amerigo Vespucci
    Amerigo Vespucci was an Italian explorer, navigator and cartographer. Learn more about the explorer with Maestro!
  • 07:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Body Snatchers and Hunted Bear
    Body Snatchers and Hunted Bear
    Meet some creepy crawly bed bugs in this episode - and some cute but naughty bear cubs in Russia.
  • 07:30
    Explorer Express
    Robot Football
    Robot Football
    How can robots play football? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 08:00
    All For Kids
    Zany Ziplines & Totally Totem
    Zany Ziplines & Totally Totem
    Jameson shows us how a zany zipline works. Madi makes a totem pole. Christian makes sensational stencils. Lindsay makes fish finger dippers.
  • 08:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Ripperstik
    Ripperstik
    Edmond modifies his Ripstik for a race with a fiery ending. The 10-year-old modifies his Ripstik with the help of electric motors.
  • 09:00
    Finger Tips
    Tidysaurus
    Tidysaurus
    Find out how to make a Tidysaurus, splat pizza and more!
  • 09:15
    Spellz
    More Crazy Coins
    More Crazy Coins
    Jay has more amazing coin tricks and he’s always ready to share!
  • 09:30
    Artzooka
    Monkey Face
    Monkey Face
    Jeremie makes a monkey face, a periscope, and a squid out of bendy straws and packing tape!
  • 10:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Adventure Flyer and Penguins
    Adventure Flyer and Penguins
    Flying to the North Pole in a small, open aeroplane? Come with Marvi to explore penguins and polar foxes!
  • 10:30
    Finding Stuff Out
    Water
    Water
    Harrison’s water is shut off because of a water main break, so he’s extra interested in how water is formed, and how we can conserve it.
  • 11:00
    SciQ
    What Can Bugs Do for Us?
    What Can Bugs Do for Us?
    Meet a car-driving cockroach. Counting bumble bees. An ant pancake whiz chef. Finally, we travel to Hollywood to meet some six-legged stars!
  • 11:30
    All About Art
    Getting to Know Shape & Form in Art
    Getting to Know Shape & Form in Art
    How many shapes do you know? There are square and circles, and triangles too. But shapes can come in all sorts of sizes and forms. Even you!
  • 12:00
    All For Kids
    Super Scope & Mighty Mighty Mungbeans
    Super Scope & Mighty Mighty Mungbeans
    Jameson makes a super scope. Madi investigates a super plant. Christian paints his own piece of art. And Lindsay prepares cheesy trees.
  • 12:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Robotic Chainsaw
    Robotic Chainsaw
    15-year-old Shaun aims to take the danger out of chain sawing branches up a tree with his robotic chainsaw.
  • 13:00
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Alexander the Great
    Alexander the Great
    Alexander the Great was one of the most successful military commanders of all time, even presumed undefeated in battle.
  • 13:30
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    The Mystery of Pirate Woods & Murphy's Law of Gravity
    The Mystery of Pirate Woods & Murphy's Law of Gravity
    The Lab Kids are sure a local antique shop has a missing treasure chest. And they must also gather data on gravity to help their guest.
  • 14:00
    Artzooka
    Superhero Comic Book
    Superhero Comic Book
    Jeremie creates a superhero comic book and movie sound effects, and shows us how to transfer a t-shirt image onto a skateboard.
  • 14:30
    Marvi Hammer
    Owls and Octopuses
    Owls and Octopuses
    Marvi and the world reporters are ready with more exciting travels and adventures …
  • 15:00
    Finding Stuff Out
    The Moon
    The Moon
    It's all about the moon! Find out why the moon appears to follow us.
  • 15:30
    Explorer Express
    Five-legged Elephant
    Five-legged Elephant
    Famous for long trunks and tusks, some elephants even have a fifth leg. Plus, how can you reconstruct a broken vase?
  • 16:00
    All For Kids
    Density Detectives & Happy Harvest
    Density Detectives & Happy Harvest
    Christian makes a flag. Jameson becomes a density detective. Lindsay gets inspired by spikes to make a snack. And Madi harvests vegetables.
  • 16:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Yopods
    Yopods
    Madison wants to create eco-friendly edible containers for yoghurt.
  • 17:00
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Eric the Red and the Discovery of America
    Eric the Red and the Discovery of America
    Eric the Red was once thought to have been the first to discover Greenland. Learn more about this fascinating man!
  • 17:30
    Spellz
    Spellbinding Snacks
    Spellbinding Snacks
    Jay and Bridget make magic using food!
  • 17:45
    Sports Lab
    Squash
    Squash
    Noah wants to take his squash game to the next level, and learns how ball deformation can help him come out on top in a match.
  • 17:55
    Sports Lab
    Swimming
    Swimming
    Plunge into the science of swimming. Dr. Heather talks drag, and the episode trio hits the pool for a wet and wild day of fun.
  • 18:15
    Marvi Hammer
    Lions and Walruses
    Lions and Walruses
    Join Marvi as he meets the giant-toothed walrus and the King of the African savannah: the lion.
  • 18:45
    Finger Tips
    Table Top Tornado
    Table Top Tornado
    Find out how to make a croc knocker, sidewalk chalk, a table top tornado and more!
  • 19:00
    Artzooka
    Switching Frames
    Switching Frames
    Jeremie explores how frames and background change the way a picture looks, creates a flying dragon and shows us how to draw with spaghetti!
  • 19:30
    Finding Stuff Out
    Reptiles
    Reptiles
    To find out where dragon legends could have come from, Harrison goes on a quest to find the biggest, dragon-iest reptiles in the world.
  • 20:00
    Last Chance to See
    Komodo Dragon
    Komodo Dragon
    Stephen and Mark travel to Indonesia to see the deadly Komodo Dragons. They join a project to capture and tag the animals.
  • 21:00
    Chasing Happiness
    Hokkien Mee and Happiness
    Hokkien Mee and Happiness
    Can something as basic as food make us happy? Adrian sits down over lunch with experts to find out how food affects our level of happiness.
  • 21:30
    The Face
    Facial Recognition
    Facial Recognition
    Explore the evolution of the human face and find out how we can tell one face from the another.
  • 22:00
    e² Design
    Architecture 2030
    Architecture 2030
    Can policy change and education avert a climate crisis? Ed Mazria is committing to a carbon-neutral building sector by the year 2030.
  • 22:30
    Chasing Perfection
    Chasing Perfection - part 2
    Chasing Perfection - part 2
    We'll try to explore the role of the mind in making champions, and whether we can continue to be stronger, faster and go further.
  • 23:15
    Futuris
    Robots on the Borderline
    Robots on the Borderline
    Researchers have developed an unmanned vehicle for monitoring European land borders for illicit activities like human trafficking.
  • 23:30
    Hubble's Canvas
    Painted by Light & Masterpiece
    Painted by Light & Masterpiece
    Understanding a Hubble picture is understanding light in space. Spitzer elaborates the science behind the image of the Orion Nebula.
  • 00:00
    Nature Tech
    The Material World
    The Material World
    Peer inside a sequoia to find out how nature has built the largest living thing ever. See how it might help make better bullet-proof vests!
  • 01:00
    Rough Science
    To the Lighthouse
    To the Lighthouse
    Can the scientists create a fully functioning lighthouse by creating a light source visible from great distances while at sea?
  • 01:30
    Science Shack
    Millennium Bridge
    Millennium Bridge
    Watch as Adam and his team investigate what went wrong with the Millennium bridge and find out if it can be fixed.
  • 02:00
    Chasing Perfection
    Chasing Perfection - part 2
    Chasing Perfection - part 2
    We'll try to explore the role of the mind in making champions, and whether we can continue to be stronger, faster and go further.
  • 02:45
    Futuris
    Robots on the Borderline
    Robots on the Borderline
    Researchers have developed an unmanned vehicle for monitoring European land borders for illicit activities like human trafficking.
  • 03:00
    Chasing Happiness
    I Once Met a Happy Man
    I Once Met a Happy Man
    Why are we constantly chasing happiness? And can this elusive entity be quantified? In this episode, Adrian undergoes a genome typing test.
  • 03:30
    Extreme: Light and Dark
    Extreme: Light and Dark
    Extreme: Light and Dark
    This is a journey to the brightest and darkest inhabited areas of the world. How do extremes of light affect the people who live with them?
  • 04:20
    Futuris
    Ultimate Flight Test
    Ultimate Flight Test
    Loss of flight control due to failed upset recovery remains a safety issue. Ground-based simulation might be the only viable option.
  • 04:30
    Super Science
    Solar Valley: China
    Solar Valley: China
    China's air is suffering from the strain of a high-production society. But they've created a new valley of the Sun that could change that.
  • 05:00
    e² Design
    Adaptive Reuse in the Netherlands
    Adaptive Reuse in the Netherlands
    Dutch planners create a sustainable development in Amsterdam’s abandoned dockyards, offering an alternative to the trappings of the sprawl.
  • 05:30
    Rough Science
    Where are we?
    Where are we?
    Can the scientists work out their exact latitude and longitude, make an insect repellent and improvise a radio from an old saucepan?
  • 06:00
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Buffon (Discovering The Past)
    Buffon (Discovering The Past)
    Find out all about Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, who was a French naturalist, mathematician, cosmologist and encyclopaedic author.
  • 06:00
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Buffon (Discovering The Past)
    Buffon (Discovering The Past)
    Find out all about Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, who was a French naturalist, mathematician, cosmologist and encyclopaedic author.
  • 06:30
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Magellan & Del Cano
    Magellan & Del Cano
    Maestro tells the story of two explorers, Ferdinand Magellan and Juan Sebastián Elcano in this episode.
  • 07:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Sky Monsters and Gorillas
    Sky Monsters and Gorillas
    How did dinosaurs live millions of years ago on Earth? Can gorillas get accustomed to humans? Find out here!
  • 07:30
    Explorer Express
    Dirty as a Pig
    Dirty as a Pig
    How dirty are pigs really? And how does flesh eating plants eat? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 08:00
    All For Kids
    Rain Inside & Chalk Chaps
    Rain Inside & Chalk Chaps
    Jameson makes indoors rain. Christian creates chalk chaps body outlines. Madi sets up a traffic light garden. Lindsay creates an ABC punch.
  • 08:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Swell Generator
    Swell Generator
    12-year-old Ruairi is harnessing the sea’s energy with a swell generator that powers a surf tow.
  • 09:00
    Finger Tips
    Beachcomber Hut
    Beachcomber Hut
    Find out how to make a beachcomber hut, t-shirt cushions, X-ray telescope and more!
  • 09:15
    Spellz
    Paper Magic
    Paper Magic
    Using a few simple sheets of paper, Bridget and Jay make great magic.
  • 09:30
    Artzooka
    Snowball Throwing Yeti
    Snowball Throwing Yeti
    Jeremie creates an amazing snowball-throwing Yeti, a stone bird sculpture, and a puff paint butterfly!
  • 10:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Jaguars and Badgers
    Jaguars and Badgers
    Learn more about shy jaguars, spoiled badgers, and watch a battle between pelicans and penguins.
  • 10:30
    Finding Stuff Out
    Astronauts
    Astronauts
    Harrison wants to go to space, but first he’ll learn how to float in zero gravity, sleep “standing up,” and figure out how a rocket works.
  • 11:00
    Brilliant Creatures
    Tiny Head, Big Appetite
    Tiny Head, Big Appetite
    What could a snake with a head the size of a thumnail possibly eat? You'll be amazed. And are these really the cutest puppies on Earth?
  • 11:15
    Gastroblast
    Empanadas
    Empanadas
    Link discovers the tricks behind making a flaky homemade pastry to encase his ground beef empanada filling. A case of less is more.
  • 11:30
    Explorer Express
    Five-legged Elephant
    Five-legged Elephant
    Famous for long trunks and tusks, some elephants even have a fifth leg. Plus, how can you reconstruct a broken vase?
  • 12:00
    All For Kids
    Density Detectives & Happy Harvest
    Density Detectives & Happy Harvest
    Christian makes a flag. Jameson becomes a density detective. Lindsay gets inspired by spikes to make a snack. And Madi harvests vegetables.
  • 12:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Yopods
    Yopods
    Madison wants to create eco-friendly edible containers for yoghurt.
  • 13:00
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Eric the Red and the Discovery of America
    Eric the Red and the Discovery of America
    Eric the Red was once thought to have been the first to discover Greenland. Learn more about this fascinating man!
  • 13:30
    Finger Tips
    Safari Lunchbox
    Safari Lunchbox
    Find out how to make a safari lunchbox, smelly rocks and more!
  • 13:45
    Spellz
    Spellbinding Snacks
    Spellbinding Snacks
    Jay and Bridget make magic using food!
  • 14:00
    Artzooka
    Crazy Cat Snowglobe
    Crazy Cat Snowglobe
    Jeremie makes a crazy cat snow globe and a flip book, and gives shadow-drawing tips.
  • 14:30
    Marvi Hammer
    Lions and Walruses
    Lions and Walruses
    Join Marvi as he meets the giant-toothed walrus and the King of the African savannah: the lion.
  • 15:00
    Finding Stuff Out
    Language & Communication
    Language & Communication
    It's all about communication! Harrison is visited by a parrot and tries to figure out if he can understand what it’s saying.
  • 15:30
    Explorer Express
    Taking Flight
    Taking Flight
    How many balloons would you need to set sail? Watch and find out.
  • 16:00
    All For Kids
    Amazing Colour Maker & Recycle Robot
    Amazing Colour Maker & Recycle Robot
    Jameson makes a colour maker. Madi holds a jungle party. Christian makes a recycled robot. Lindsay makes Italian Spanish quesadillas!
  • 16:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Grand Final
    Grand Final
    Which young inventor will win the $10,000 patent prize package? From the eight inventions made this series, judges pick a winning invention.
  • 17:00
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Gengis Khan
    Gengis Khan
    Who was Genghis Khan? Learn all about one of history's most remarkable characters as Maestro once again shares his amazing stories...
  • 17:30
    Finger Tips
    Extra Terrestial Party
    Extra Terrestial Party
    Find out how to make a dream catcher, plan an extra terrestrial party and more!
  • 17:45
    Spellz
    Silly Straws
    Silly Straws
    Jay takes simple straws and makes some serious magical fun out of them.
  • 18:00
    Artzooka
    Water-Breathing Alien
    Water-Breathing Alien
    Jeremie makes a water-breathing alien, underwater movie special effects, and monograms with a twist!
  • 18:30
    The History of Art
    Experimental Art: Art in the 20th Century
    Experimental Art: Art in the 20th Century
    Impressionism was the prelude to modern art in the 20th century. Artists explored their own originality, expressing their inner state.
  • 19:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Love in the Desert and Sharks
    Love in the Desert and Sharks
    True love is in the air. Join Marvi as he venture on a journey to Africa and meet some white sharks.
  • 19:30
    Finding Stuff Out
    Sleep
    Sleep
    It's all about sleep! Find out why bats sleep upside down.
  • 20:00
    Chasing Sleep
    Breaking Point
    Breaking Point
    How long can we go without sleep? Do we really need 8 hours of sleep? Can we be trained to manage with just 4 to 5 hours of sleep?
  • 20:30
    Fossil Detectives
    West and Wales
    West and Wales
    Visit Wales to bring dinosaurs back to life using evolutionary robotics!
  • 21:00
    This is Civilisation
    Feelings
    Feelings
    Matthew Collings goes in search of the origins of putting man at the centre of art - from Renaissance Italy to the French Revolution.
  • 21:45
    Futuris
    Safer Roads Ahead
    Safer Roads Ahead
    Croatia is a test site of a project to equip cars with a prompt wireless emergency system, potentially saving lives in case of an accident.
  • 22:00
    Never Too Old
    Never Too Old
    In the last episode of the series, we explore how to keep our inner child ageless and in the process live a long and happy life.
  • 22:30
    Robot Revolution
    Robot Revolution
    Robot Revolution
    Robot Revolution trails one of the greatest authorities on robotics as he customises the first truly socially interactive humanoid robot.
  • 23:30
    Chasing Happiness
    Hokkien Mee and Happiness
    Hokkien Mee and Happiness
    Can something as basic as food make us happy? Adrian sits down over lunch with experts to find out how food affects our level of happiness.
  • 00:00
    Man Versus Earth
    Man Versus Earth - Man Vs. Avalanche
    Man Versus Earth - Man Vs. Avalanche
    How can science control avalanches? How are they caused? What are their destructive effects? What to do if you are caught in an avalanche?
  • 00:45
    Futuris
    Deep Inside the Brain
    Deep Inside the Brain
    The brain controls our thinking, feelings and movements. A new exhibition in southern France aims to reveal some of its secrets.
  • 01:00
    The Face
    Facial Recognition
    Facial Recognition
    Explore the evolution of the human face and find out how we can tell one face from the another.
  • 01:30
    e² Design
    Architecture 2030
    Architecture 2030
    Can policy change and education avert a climate crisis? Ed Mazria is committing to a carbon-neutral building sector by the year 2030.
  • 02:00
    Robot Revolution
    Robot Revolution
    Robot Revolution
    Robot Revolution trails one of the greatest authorities on robotics as he customises the first truly socially interactive humanoid robot.
  • 03:00
    Chasing Sleep
    Eyes Wide Open
    Eyes Wide Open
    What are the common and uncommon causes of insomnia? What triggers insomnia? What can insomniacs do to improve their sleep?
  • 03:30
    This is Civilisation
    Ye Gods
    Ye Gods
    The first programme looks at religion – how Christianity, Islam and the pagan culture of ancient Greece has each influenced the other.
  • 04:15
    Futuris
    Healthier Ageing... Just a Click Away
    Healthier Ageing... Just a Click Away
    As people live longer they are fighting disease while trying to maintain a quality of life. A helping hand is now just a few clicks away.
  • 04:30
    Fossil Detectives
    London
    London
    In an interview, Sir David Attenborough recalls his fossil hunting days and reveals why they continue to intrigue and delight him.
  • 05:00
    Lifestyle and Longevity
    Lifestyle and Longevity
    We tackle the leading causes of death - cancer, pneumonia, strokes. We talk to health experts and pick up tips on how to prevent diseases.
  • 05:30
    Rough Science
    What is there to do?
    What is there to do?
    Can the scientists improvise a low-tech camera and film, make a compass to get their bearings, and dye a flag?
  • 06:00
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Lavoisier & Chemistry
    Lavoisier & Chemistry
    The discoverer of oxygen, Antoine Lavoisier and his other amazing discoveries is the topic of this episode.
  • 06:30
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Cabeza de Vaca
    Cabeza de Vaca
    Maestro shares his amazing knowledge on historical explorers once again, this time about Cabeza de Vaca.
  • 07:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Rat Genius and Guardians of the Lagoon
    Rat Genius and Guardians of the Lagoon
    Join Marvi as he explores endangered crocodiles, scorpions and a particularly clever animal: the rat.
  • 07:30
    Explorer Express
    Stone Age Music
    Stone Age Music
    How was music made in the stone ages? Find out now - and learn more fun experiments with Thomas and Kati.
  • 08:00
    All For Kids
    Collision Course & Yummy Drumettes
    Collision Course & Yummy Drumettes
    Madi makes a wheelbarrow garden. Jameson shows what happens when things collide. Christian makes small boats. Lindsay makes chicken wings.
  • 08:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Water Striders
    Water Striders
    13-year-old champion swimmer Kirsten attempts the first ever crossing of Auckland’s harbour on foot with her water striders.
  • 09:00
    Finger Tips
    Fruit Skewers
    Fruit Skewers
    Find out how to make fruit skewers, customizable hats and more!
  • 09:15
    Spellz
    Optical Illusions
    Optical Illusions
    The Optical Illusions keep coming: from Jay’s magic tricks to some tricky history! Watch them here!
  • 09:30
    Artzooka
    Orange Stick Lamp
    Orange Stick Lamp
    Jeremie is inspired by sticks and oranges to make a lamp, makes a stop-motion movie and creates fun little creatures from Styrofoam balls.
  • 10:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Cowboys and Orcas
    Cowboys and Orcas
    The hunting skills of the gracious orca is explored - and come with Marvi on a horse back adventure, cowboy-style!
  • 10:30
    Finding Stuff Out
    Colour
    Colour
    It's all about colours! Find out if snow is really white.
  • 11:00
    Quirky Science
    Paper
    Paper
    Explore the historical development of paper and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
  • 11:30
    Explorer Express
    Taking Flight
    Taking Flight
    How many balloons would you need to set sail? Watch and find out.
  • 12:00
    All For Kids
    Amazing Colour Maker & Recycle Robot
    Amazing Colour Maker & Recycle Robot
    Jameson makes a colour maker. Madi holds a jungle party. Christian makes a recycled robot. Lindsay makes Italian Spanish quesadillas!
  • 12:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Grand Final
    Grand Final
    Which young inventor will win the $10,000 patent prize package? From the eight inventions made this series, judges pick a winning invention.
  • 13:00
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Gengis Khan
    Gengis Khan
    Who was Genghis Khan? Learn all about one of history's most remarkable characters as Maestro once again shares his amazing stories...
  • 13:30
    Finger Tips
    Extra Terrestial Party
    Extra Terrestial Party
    Find out how to make a dream catcher, plan an extra terrestrial party and more!
  • 13:45
    Spellz
    Silly Straws
    Silly Straws
    Jay takes simple straws and makes some serious magical fun out of them.
  • 14:00
    Artzooka
    Water-Breathing Alien
    Water-Breathing Alien
    Jeremie makes a water-breathing alien, underwater movie special effects, and monograms with a twist!
  • 14:30
    Marvi Hammer
    Love in the Desert and Sharks
    Love in the Desert and Sharks
    True love is in the air. Join Marvi as he venture on a journey to Africa and meet some white sharks.
  • 15:00
    Finding Stuff Out
    Sleep
    Sleep
    It's all about sleep! Find out why bats sleep upside down.
  • 15:30
    Explorer Express
    Facing the Sun
    Facing the Sun
    Do sunflowers always face the Sun? Plus, can an egg really get to be 1000 years old?
  • 16:00
    All For Kids
    Snail Snooping & Squiggly Salad
    Snail Snooping & Squiggly Salad
    Jameson goes snail snooping. Madi makes a potato patch in a bin. Christian paints a self portrait. And Lindsay makes a squiggly salad.
  • 16:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Skimboard
    Skimboard
    Cam, aged 11, wants to go on longer skim boarding so his jet skim board will have mini rocket engines that he can fire with a remote.
  • 17:00
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Ibn Battua (In Marco Polo's Footsteps)
    Ibn Battua (In Marco Polo's Footsteps)
    Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan scholar and traveller, known for the account of his travels and excursions called the Rihla.
  • 17:30
    Finger Tips
    Judge a Chocolate by its Cover
    Judge a Chocolate by its Cover
    Find out how to make a box of chocolates and come up with a great way of revamping manky old ball points into funky, pukka pens.
  • 17:45
    Spellz
    Aces are Wild
    Aces are Wild
    Jay uses the aces from a deck of cards and goes wild with the magic tricks!
  • 18:00
    Artzooka
    Book End Feet
    Book End Feet
    Jeremie makes some book ends that look like feet, creates claymation movies and different pictures using the same squish of paint.
  • 18:30
    Look Kool
    Cubes
    Cubes
    Hamza introduces one of his favorite shapes: the cube. A cube is sort of like a square but has a bigger personality!
  • 19:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Aborigines and Koalas
    Aborigines and Koalas
    The Australian animal life is explored. Watch koala bears in hospitals and meet the first inhabitants of Australia: the aborigines.
  • 19:30
    Finding Stuff Out
    Flight
    Flight
    It's all about flight! Find out why we can’t fly.
  • 20:00
    What the Industrial Revolution Did for Us
    On the Move
    On the Move
    Before production could begin, materials had to be mobilized. But the transportation system was ancient. Things had to get moving, fast.
  • 20:30
    Mystery of Matter
    Into the Atom
    Into the Atom
    Glenn Seaborg creates manmade plutonium that changes the world forever, unleashing a force of unimaginable destruction: the atomic bomb.
  • 21:30
    Rough Science
    The Reef
    The Reef
    Can the scientists create a system to protect a coral reef by alerting approaching boats that they're entering a protected area?
  • 22:00
    Super Science
    Nano-technology: Seoul
    Nano-technology: Seoul
    Korean scientists are busy working on a tiny technology that could very well have a gigantic impact on the way we live: nano-technology.
  • 22:30
    The Museum of Life - Vienna's Natural History Museum
    Museum of Life - Vienna's Natural History Museum
    Museum of Life - Vienna's Natural History Museum
    Discover the history of Vienna's Natural History Museum as well as explore the museum’s contribution to science across the world!
  • 23:20
    Futuris
    Robots Under The Skin
    Robots Under The Skin
    In Italy scientists have been working on a robot surgery system that could help execute precise, non-invasive surgery without visible scars.
  • 23:30
    Chasing Sleep
    Breaking Point
    Breaking Point
    How long can we go without sleep? Do we really need 8 hours of sleep? Can we be trained to manage with just 4 to 5 hours of sleep?
  • 00:00
    This is Civilisation
    Feelings
    Feelings
    Matthew Collings goes in search of the origins of putting man at the centre of art - from Renaissance Italy to the French Revolution.
  • 00:45
    Futuris
    Safer Roads Ahead
    Safer Roads Ahead
    Croatia is a test site of a project to equip cars with a prompt wireless emergency system, potentially saving lives in case of an accident.
  • 01:00
    Fossil Detectives
    West and Wales
    West and Wales
    Visit Wales to bring dinosaurs back to life using evolutionary robotics!
  • 01:30
    Never Too Old
    Never Too Old
    In the last episode of the series, we explore how to keep our inner child ageless and in the process live a long and happy life.
  • 02:00
    The Museum of Life - Vienna's Natural History Museum
    Museum of Life - Vienna's Natural History Museum
    Museum of Life - Vienna's Natural History Museum
    Discover the history of Vienna's Natural History Museum as well as explore the museum’s contribution to science across the world!
  • 02:50
    Futuris
    Robots Under The Skin
    Robots Under The Skin
    In Italy scientists have been working on a robot surgery system that could help execute precise, non-invasive surgery without visible scars.
  • 03:00
    What the Industrial Revolution Did for Us
    City Living
    City Living
    The Industrial Revolution ushered in the middle class and homes irrevocably changed. We look at how domestic life as we know it was born.
  • 03:30
    Mystery of Matter
    Unruly Elements
    Unruly Elements
    Dmitri Mendeleev's Periodic Table brings order to the elements. But this order is shattered when Marie Curie discovers radioactivity.
  • 04:30
    Rough Science
    Lost at Sea
    Lost at Sea
    Can the scientists build a distress flare, an emergency life jacket, and create a beacon light which is activated by seawater?
  • 05:00
    Super Science
    Stem Cells: Singapore
    Stem Cells: Singapore
    Despite medical advances, incurable diseases of the mind and body still exist. Researchers in Singapore hope stem cells could change that.
  • 05:30
    Rough Science
    Can we generate power?
    Can we generate power?
    Can the scientists generate power and build a pharmacy, using only natural resources?
  • 06:00
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Stephenson - Full Steam Ahead
    Stephenson - Full Steam Ahead
    The English engineer, George Stephenson, built the first public railways in the world. Learn more about this fascinating discoverer.
  • 06:30
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Bering
    Bering
    Vitus Bering is known for being the first European to discover Alaska and Aleutian Islands. Learn more about him with Maestro!
  • 07:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Leopards of Zanzibar and Panama Wild
    Leopards of Zanzibar and Panama Wild
    What does life look like in Zanzibar? What does the life of a tree look like in the rainforests of Panama? Find out here!
  • 07:30
    Explorer Express
    Flies on the Wall
    Flies on the Wall
    Why does salt water not relieve your thirst? And did Dracula really exist? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 08:00
    All For Kids
    Crazy Corks & Flying Saucers
    Crazy Corks & Flying Saucers
    Jameson shows cork experiments. Christian makes flying saucers. Madi makes a handy hose. And Lindsay makes some cookies with a message.
  • 08:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Bootkicker
    Bootkicker
    12-year-old Carlos attempts a rugby ball kicking world record with the help of his explosive bootkicker rigged to a rugby boot.
  • 09:00
    Finger Tips
    French Fry Butterfly
    French Fry Butterfly
    Find out how to make a french fry butterfly, plan a jungle party and more!
  • 09:15
    Spellz
    Pick a Card
    Pick a Card
    Jay and Bridget have more incredible card tricks up their sleeves!
  • 09:30
    Artzooka
    LED Light Stick
    LED Light Stick
    Jeremie creates an LED light stick and stained-glass stick-ons, and gives tips on how to draw with chalk and charcoal.
  • 10:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Blue Whales and Bears
    Blue Whales and Bears
    Blue whales are the biggest animals in the world, even black bears seem small in comparison. Learn more here!
  • 10:30
    Finding Stuff Out
    Insects
    Insects
    It's all about insects! Find out if mosquitoes are good for anything, or if they are just annoying.
  • 11:00
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    The Mystery of Pirate Woods & Murphy's Law of Gravity
    The Mystery of Pirate Woods & Murphy's Law of Gravity
    The Lab Kids are sure a local antique shop has a missing treasure chest. And they must also gather data on gravity to help their guest.
  • 11:30
    Explorer Express
    Facing the Sun
    Facing the Sun
    Do sunflowers always face the Sun? Plus, can an egg really get to be 1000 years old?
  • 12:00
    All For Kids
    Snail Snooping & Squiggly Salad
    Snail Snooping & Squiggly Salad
    Jameson goes snail snooping. Madi makes a potato patch in a bin. Christian paints a self portrait. And Lindsay makes a squiggly salad.
  • 12:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Skimboard
    Skimboard
    Cam, aged 11, wants to go on longer skim boarding so his jet skim board will have mini rocket engines that he can fire with a remote.
  • 13:00
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Ibn Battua (In Marco Polo's Footsteps)
    Ibn Battua (In Marco Polo's Footsteps)
    Ibn Battuta was a Moroccan scholar and traveller, known for the account of his travels and excursions called the Rihla.
  • 13:30
    Finger Tips
    Judge a Chocolate by its Cover
    Judge a Chocolate by its Cover
    Find out how to make a box of chocolates and come up with a great way of revamping manky old ball points into funky, pukka pens.
  • 13:45
    Spellz
    Aces are Wild
    Aces are Wild
    Jay uses the aces from a deck of cards and goes wild with the magic tricks!
  • 14:00
    Artzooka
    Book End Feet
    Book End Feet
    Jeremie makes some book ends that look like feet, creates claymation movies and different pictures using the same squish of paint.
  • 14:30
    Marvi Hammer
    Aborigines and Koalas
    Aborigines and Koalas
    The Australian animal life is explored. Watch koala bears in hospitals and meet the first inhabitants of Australia: the aborigines.
  • 15:00
    Finding Stuff Out
    Flight
    Flight
    It's all about flight! Find out why we can’t fly.
  • 15:30
    Explorer Express
    Man vs. Dog
    Man vs. Dog
    Greyhounds have four legs to our two, so can they run twice as fast as humans?
  • 16:00
    All For Kids
    Science Magic & Pasta Palace
    Science Magic & Pasta Palace
    Madi makes garden gifts. Jameson demonstrates magic experiments. Christian makes a treasure map puzzle. And Lindsay makes a pasta palace.
  • 16:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Football Bike
    Football Bike
    Shania, aged 10, loves BMX but also football. She has come up with a BMX that can kick the ball with a kicker arm.
  • 17:00
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    The Great Junks
    The Great Junks
    A junk is a Chinese sailing vessel. Learn more about the history of the great junks in this episode.
  • 17:30
    Finger Tips
    Spin the Pizza
    Spin the Pizza
    Find out how to fool your friends with a set of spoof photos, create a funky looking style file and rustle up a game of spin the pizza!
  • 17:45
    Spellz
    Kooky Krayons
    Kooky Krayons
    Jay and Bridget mix crayon and magic and get some dazzling results!
  • 18:00
    Artzooka
    Underwater Scenery
    Underwater Scenery
    Jeremie shows us how to make an underwater scene, gives tips on creating special effects and makes a light bright robot head!
  • 18:30
    Generating Electricity
    Generating Electricity
    Phil finds out how much power can be generated by a human being? Plus, how a generator works, make your wind turbine, and a solar panel!
  • 19:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Honey Badgers and Manatees
    Honey Badgers and Manatees
    Marvi meets the courageous honey badger and explores the sleeping habits of manatees. Join him here!
  • 19:30
    Finding Stuff Out
    Electricity
    Electricity
    It's all about electricity! Find out why hair can stick to your chair.
  • 20:00
    e² Transport
    Seoul: The Stream of Consciousness
    Seoul: The Stream of Consciousness
    In 2003, the city of Seoul re-purposed over 75 percent of a dismantled highway for reconstruction and rehabilitation of an ancient stream.
  • 20:30
    Platypus - World's Strangest Animal
    Platypus: World's Strangest Animal
    Platypus: World's Strangest Animal
    The Platypus has baffled scientists since its discovery over 200 years ago. The Platypus is one of only two living mammals to lay eggs.
  • 21:20
    Futuris
    Small Aircraft, Smart Safety
    Small Aircraft, Smart Safety
    Small aircraft in Europe have a far worse safety record than big airliners. So European researchers have taken on no manual flight controls.
  • 21:30
    Rough Science
    Beneath the Waves
    Beneath the Waves
    Can the scientists build an underwater breathing device that can be used to a depth of 5 meters and still provide freedom for exploration?
  • 22:00
    e² Energy
    Paving the Way
    Paving the Way
    In America, transportation consumes nearly 70 percent of all oil used. Can efficient automobile design offer a solution for the environment?
  • 22:30
    The Code
    Numbers
    Numbers
    Marcus du Sautoy reveals a hidden numerical code that underpins all nature, governing everything on our planet and beyond.
  • 23:30
    What the Industrial Revolution Did for Us
    On the Move
    On the Move
    Before production could begin, materials had to be mobilized. But the transportation system was ancient. Things had to get moving, fast.
  • 00:00
    Mystery of Matter
    Into the Atom
    Into the Atom
    Glenn Seaborg creates manmade plutonium that changes the world forever, unleashing a force of unimaginable destruction: the atomic bomb.
  • 01:00
    Rough Science
    The Reef
    The Reef
    Can the scientists create a system to protect a coral reef by alerting approaching boats that they're entering a protected area?
  • 01:30
    Super Science
    Nano-technology: Seoul
    Nano-technology: Seoul
    Korean scientists are busy working on a tiny technology that could very well have a gigantic impact on the way we live: nano-technology.
  • 02:00
    The Code
    Numbers
    Numbers
    Marcus du Sautoy reveals a hidden numerical code that underpins all nature, governing everything on our planet and beyond.
  • 03:00
    e² Transport
    Food Miles
    Food Miles
    Most foods travel an average of 1,500 miles from farm to plate. The impacts of this fossil fuel-driven system are detrimental.
  • 03:30
    Sea of Creepy Monsters
    Sea of Creepy Monsters
    Sea of Creepy Monsters
    The Lembeh strait is a hotspot of marine biodiversity. A filmmaker couple spent months capturing animal behaviour never filmed before.
  • 04:20
    Futuris
    Plug Your Energy Leaks
    Plug Your Energy Leaks
    Power leaks from all electronic devices. In this film find out how the electronics of tomorrow will put our energy bill to better use.
  • 04:30
    Rough Science
    Call of the Wild
    Call of the Wild
    Can the scientists construct an underwater hydrophone, an underwater viewing device, and create mosquito repellent?
  • 05:00
    e² Energy
    Energy for a Developing World
    Energy for a Developing World
    An organisation in Bangladesh distributes solar energy systems and portable bio-gas systems, empowering women and the poor in the process.
  • 05:30
    Rough Science
    What can we eat?
    What can we eat?
    Can the scientists use their skills to put food on the table, as well as make soap and toothpaste?
  • 06:00
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Faraday & Electricity
    Faraday & Electricity
    It's all about electricity and one of the field's greatest contributors: Michael Faraday.
  • 06:30
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Bougainville and the Pacific
    Bougainville and the Pacific
    Louis Antoine de Bougainville, explorer and admiral, is the subject of this episode.
  • 07:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Savage Garden and Crittercam Dugongs
    Savage Garden and Crittercam Dugongs
    Peer into the mysterious animal kingdom in an American garden and join Marvi as he meets some very rare manatees!
  • 07:30
    Explorer Express
    Sharks and Aeroplanes
    Sharks and Aeroplanes
    What do sharks and aeroplanes have in common? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 08:00
    All For Kids
    Lung Power & Muesli Meteors
    Lung Power & Muesli Meteors
    Madi takes us on a trip to the nursery. Jameson uses lung power. Christian makes hand made helmets. And Lindsay makes muesli meteors.
  • 08:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Robotic Chainsaw
    Robotic Chainsaw
    15-year-old Shaun aims to take the danger out of chain sawing branches up a tree with his robotic chainsaw.
  • 09:00
    Finger Tips
    Table Top Tornado
    Table Top Tornado
    Find out how to make a croc knocker, sidewalk chalk, a table top tornado and more!
  • 09:15
    Spellz
    Amazing Mathemagic
    Amazing Mathemagic
    Maths adds a whole new layer of fun to some brain teasing magic...
  • 09:30
    Artzooka
    Tropical Mask
    Tropical Mask
    Jeremie makes a tropical mask, a floating clay octopus, and a talking lunchbox.
  • 10:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Owls and Octopuses
    Owls and Octopuses
    Marvi and the world reporters are ready with more exciting travels and adventures …
  • 10:30
    Finding Stuff Out
    The Moon
    The Moon
    It's all about the moon! Find out why the moon appears to follow us.
  • 11:00
    All About Art
    Getting to Know Shape & Form in Art
    Getting to Know Shape & Form in Art
    How many shapes do you know? There are square and circles, and triangles too. But shapes can come in all sorts of sizes and forms. Even you!
  • 11:30
    Explorer Express
    Man vs. Dog
    Man vs. Dog
    Greyhounds have four legs to our two, so can they run twice as fast as humans?
  • 12:00
    All For Kids
    Science Magic & Pasta Palace
    Science Magic & Pasta Palace
    Madi makes garden gifts. Jameson demonstrates magic experiments. Christian makes a treasure map puzzle. And Lindsay makes a pasta palace.
  • 12:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Football Bike
    Football Bike
    Shania, aged 10, loves BMX but also football. She has come up with a BMX that can kick the ball with a kicker arm.
  • 13:00
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    The Great Junks
    The Great Junks
    A junk is a Chinese sailing vessel. Learn more about the history of the great junks in this episode.
  • 13:30
    Finger Tips
    Spin the Pizza
    Spin the Pizza
    Find out how to fool your friends with a set of spoof photos, create a funky looking style file and rustle up a game of spin the pizza!
  • 13:45
    Spellz
    Kooky Krayons
    Kooky Krayons
    Jay and Bridget mix crayon and magic and get some dazzling results!
  • 14:00
    Artzooka
    Underwater Scenery
    Underwater Scenery
    Jeremie shows us how to make an underwater scene, gives tips on creating special effects and makes a light bright robot head!
  • 14:30
    Marvi Hammer
    Honey Badgers and Manatees
    Honey Badgers and Manatees
    Marvi meets the courageous honey badger and explores the sleeping habits of manatees. Join him here!
  • 15:00
    Finding Stuff Out
    Electricity
    Electricity
    It's all about electricity! Find out why hair can stick to your chair.
  • 15:30
    Explorer Express
    The Power of Music
    The Power of Music
    Wind instruments can do more than make beautiful music-- they can even blow out candles. And, is there heavy metal in your breakfast cereal?
  • 16:00
    All For Kids
    Marine Creatures & Bubble Painting
    Marine Creatures & Bubble Painting
    Lindsay makes simple sushi. Madi makes a guinea pig garden. Christian makes wonderful bubble art. And Jameson visits an aquarium.
  • 16:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Mailbox Protector
    Mailbox Protector
    David's invention is a mailbox protector, designed to help protect your mailbox and catch mailbox bashers. This Terminator goes postal.
  • 17:00
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Vasco de Gama
    Vasco de Gama
    Vasco da Gama was one of the most successful explorers in the European Age of Discovery. Maestro tells the story of the famous explorer.
  • 17:30
    Finger Tips
    For the Dogs
    For the Dogs
    Find out how to bake a tasty treat for a dog, make a sticky beak grabber and stop anyone from stealing your seat!
  • 17:45
    Spellz
    Mind Blowing Mathemagic
    Mind Blowing Mathemagic
    Jay combines magic and mind reading and presents some mind blowing mathemagic!
  • 18:00
    Artzooka
    Painting on Tinfoil
    Painting on Tinfoil
    Jeremie shows us how fun it is to paint on tinfoil, to make rock art and to create a duct tape wallet buddy.
  • 18:30
    Mind-Blowing Breakthroughs
    Galileo Galilei - Reason Over Common Sense
    Galileo Galilei - Reason Over Common Sense
    Galileo begins relating how he arrived at his astonishing discovery about our Earth and the Sun with the terrible Inquisition on his trail.
  • 19:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Jungle Expedition and Johnny Rook Caracara
    Jungle Expedition and Johnny Rook Caracara
    What is "a flying devil"? Find out - and meet an animal that has quite a few tricks up its sleeve...
  • 19:30
    Finding Stuff Out
    Weather
    Weather
    It's all about weather! Find out why weather changes.
  • 20:00
    Hubble's Canvas
    Colour & Violent Endings
    Colour & Violent Endings
    How does colour tell us what the universe is made of? The largest stars explode and shine like beacons. Hubble can show us the remnants.
  • 20:30
    Nature Tech
    Lifepower - Energy is the Key
    Lifepower - Energy is the Key
    How can nature inspire us in the search for new sources of energy? Find out and see examples here!
  • 21:30
    Rough Science
    Power
    Power
    Can the scientists supply electricity and natural gas to their basecamp by using only natural resources?
  • 22:00
    Science Shack
    How tall could you build a tall building?
    How tall could you build a tall building?
    Watch as Adam looks at the engineering and psychological challenges of making skyscrapers.
  • 22:30
    This is Civilisation
    Feelings
    Feelings
    Matthew Collings goes in search of the origins of putting man at the centre of art - from Renaissance Italy to the French Revolution.
  • 23:15
    Futuris
    Safer Roads Ahead
    Safer Roads Ahead
    Croatia is a test site of a project to equip cars with a prompt wireless emergency system, potentially saving lives in case of an accident.
  • 23:30
    e² Transport
    Seoul: The Stream of Consciousness
    Seoul: The Stream of Consciousness
    In 2003, the city of Seoul re-purposed over 75 percent of a dismantled highway for reconstruction and rehabilitation of an ancient stream.
  • 00:00
    Platypus - World's Strangest Animal
    Platypus: World's Strangest Animal
    Platypus: World's Strangest Animal
    The Platypus has baffled scientists since its discovery over 200 years ago. The Platypus is one of only two living mammals to lay eggs.
  • 00:50
    Futuris
    Small Aircraft, Smart Safety
    Small Aircraft, Smart Safety
    Small aircraft in Europe have a far worse safety record than big airliners. So European researchers have taken on no manual flight controls.
  • 01:00
    Rough Science
    Beneath the Waves
    Beneath the Waves
    Can the scientists build an underwater breathing device that can be used to a depth of 5 meters and still provide freedom for exploration?
  • 01:30
    e² Energy
    Paving the Way
    Paving the Way
    In America, transportation consumes nearly 70 percent of all oil used. Can efficient automobile design offer a solution for the environment?
  • 02:00
    Extreme: Light and Dark
    Extreme: Light and Dark
    Extreme: Light and Dark
    This is a journey to the brightest and darkest inhabited areas of the world. How do extremes of light affect the people who live with them?
  • 02:50
    Futuris
    Ultimate Flight Test
    Ultimate Flight Test
    Loss of flight control due to failed upset recovery remains a safety issue. Ground-based simulation might be the only viable option.
  • 03:00
    Hubble's Canvas
    Painted by Light & Masterpiece
    Painted by Light & Masterpiece
    Understanding a Hubble picture is understanding light in space. Spitzer elaborates the science behind the image of the Orion Nebula.
  • 03:30
    Nature Tech
    The Material World
    The Material World
    Peer inside a sequoia to find out how nature has built the largest living thing ever. See how it might help make better bullet-proof vests!
  • 04:30
    Rough Science
    To the Lighthouse
    To the Lighthouse
    Can the scientists create a fully functioning lighthouse by creating a light source visible from great distances while at sea?
  • 05:00
    Science Shack
    Millennium Bridge
    Millennium Bridge
    Watch as Adam and his team investigate what went wrong with the Millennium bridge and find out if it can be fixed.
  • 05:30
    Rough Science
    Mapping it Out
    Mapping it Out
    Can the scientists create an accurate scale map, botanical paper and inks, and a sound-recording device?
  • 06:00
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Einstein
    Einstein
    Maestro tells the story of Albert Einstein's remarkable genius and his groundbreaking discoveries.
  • 06:30
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Bruce & the Nile
    Bruce & the Nile
    Hear Maestro's fascinating story about how James Bruce discovered the origins of the Blue Nile.
  • 07:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Raptors and River Animals in Belize
    Raptors and River Animals in Belize
    Join Marvi as he meets the feathered, strong and fast hunters of the sky - and some snappy Mexican lizards!
  • 07:30
    Mindworks
    Everyday Illusions
    Everyday Illusions
    Human vision is incomplete and our brains are filling in the blanks. We don’t always notice magical illustions but some we see every day.
  • 08:00
    All For Kids
    Super Scope & Mighty Mighty Mungbeans
    Super Scope & Mighty Mighty Mungbeans
    Jameson makes a super scope. Madi investigates a super plant. Christian paints his own piece of art. And Lindsay prepares cheesy trees.
  • 08:30
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    Dunkin' Zombies & No Volt for Von Bolt
    Dunkin' Zombies & No Volt for Von Bolt
    A virus turns JD into a zombie, so Angie has to find a cure. And Von Bolt malfunctions on a sailing trip so the Secret Lab Kids investigate.
  • 09:00
    SciQ
    What Can Bugs Do for Us?
    What Can Bugs Do for Us?
    Meet a car-driving cockroach. Counting bumble bees. An ant pancake whiz chef. Finally, we travel to Hollywood to meet some six-legged stars!
  • 09:30
    Artzooka
    Superhero Comic Book
    Superhero Comic Book
    Jeremie creates a superhero comic book and movie sound effects, and shows us how to transfer a t-shirt image onto a skateboard.
  • 10:00
    Mind-Blowing Breakthroughs
    Galileo Galilei - Reason Over Common Sense
    Galileo Galilei - Reason Over Common Sense
    Galileo begins relating how he arrived at his astonishing discovery about our Earth and the Sun with the terrible Inquisition on his trail.
  • 10:30
    Quirky Science
    Paper
    Paper
    Explore the historical development of paper and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
  • 11:00
    Mindworks
    Mind Over Matter
    Mind Over Matter
    Our brain perceives and acts upon emotional stimuli. Emotions are not just about what we feel but about how we process those feelings.
  • 11:30
    Explorer Express
    The Power of Music
    The Power of Music
    Wind instruments can do more than make beautiful music-- they can even blow out candles. And, is there heavy metal in your breakfast cereal?
  • 12:00
    All For Kids
    Marine Creatures & Bubble Painting
    Marine Creatures & Bubble Painting
    Lindsay makes simple sushi. Madi makes a guinea pig garden. Christian makes wonderful bubble art. And Jameson visits an aquarium.
  • 12:30
    Brilliant Creatures
    Tiny Head, Big Appetite
    Tiny Head, Big Appetite
    What could a snake with a head the size of a thumnail possibly eat? You'll be amazed. And are these really the cutest puppies on Earth?
  • 12:45
    Gastroblast
    Empanadas
    Empanadas
    Link discovers the tricks behind making a flaky homemade pastry to encase his ground beef empanada filling. A case of less is more.
  • 13:00
    The History of Art
    Experimental Art: Art in the 20th Century
    Experimental Art: Art in the 20th Century
    Impressionism was the prelude to modern art in the 20th century. Artists explored their own originality, expressing their inner state.
  • 13:30
    Finger Tips
    For the Dogs
    For the Dogs
    Find out how to bake a tasty treat for a dog, make a sticky beak grabber and stop anyone from stealing your seat!
  • 13:45
    Spellz
    Mind Blowing Mathemagic
    Mind Blowing Mathemagic
    Jay combines magic and mind reading and presents some mind blowing mathemagic!
  • 14:00
    Look Kool
    Cubes
    Cubes
    Hamza introduces one of his favorite shapes: the cube. A cube is sort of like a square but has a bigger personality!
  • 14:30
    GEOlino
    The Polar School of Nomad Children
    The Polar School of Nomad Children
    600 nomad children await a helicopter to bring them to school away from their parents. This is the first time for 5-year-old Katja.
  • 14:45
    GEOlino
    The Rescue Dogs of Lake Garda
    The Rescue Dogs of Lake Garda
    17-year-old Ester and her dog Mia are saving lives at Lake Garda. Newfoundland dogs use their weight to pull people out of the water.
  • 15:00
    Finding Stuff Out
    Weather
    Weather
    It's all about weather! Find out why weather changes.
  • 15:30
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Tomorrow
    Tomorrow
    The club gets together to discuss what the future may hold.
  • 16:00
    All For Kids
    Domino Effect & Garden Hide-Out
    Domino Effect & Garden Hide-Out
    Madi builds a garden hide. Christian builds a cardboard box city. Lindsay makes fruity ice blocks. And Jameson shows the domino effect.
  • 16:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Farmer's Little Helper
    Farmer's Little Helper
    Chloe's invention will be a farmer's little helper, three-in-one machine, a feeder, lift and motorbike all in one.
  • 17:00
    Sports Lab
    Bowling
    Bowling
    Guest pro Melissa inspires Jennifer and Nykeem with some strikes, and Dr. Heather rolls out the science of momentum.
  • 17:10
    Sports Lab
    Figure Skating
    Figure Skating
    Guest pro Bryce has some encouraging advice for Giuliana. Things heat up on the ice when Dr. Heather brings angular momentum into the mix.
  • 17:30
    Brilliant Creatures
    Medicinal Maggots
    Medicinal Maggots
    What would maggots be doing inside hospitals? Plus, we visit a South African with 300 baboons and test the intelligence of the lovable pig.
  • 17:45
    Gastroblast
    Mango Mousse
    Mango Mousse
    Link prepares a mango mousse - how just a bit of unflavoured gelatin can transform liquid ingredients into something frothy and creamy.
  • 18:00
    Artzooka
    Water Tower Art Sculpture
    Water Tower Art Sculpture
    Jeremie makes plastic water bottles into art, shows how to decorate backpacks, and gives tips on drawing realistic and crazy looking faces.
  • 18:30
    SciQ
    What Are Our Eyes Missing?
    What Are Our Eyes Missing?
    Our hosts fly in a police helicopter with infra-red technology. We peer inside a mummy without unwrapping it. And we’ll meet dolphin spies.
  • 19:00
    Mind-Blowing Breakthroughs
    Zhang Heng - The Science of Earthquakes
    Zhang Heng - The Science of Earthquakes
    An earthquake affects the city. Zhang Heng explains how he made the first apparatus for detecting the origin and intensity of earthquakes.
  • 19:30
    Finding Stuff Out
    Sound
    Sound
    It's all about sound! Find out why people hate the sound of fingernails on a chalkboard.
  • 20:00
    Codebreaker
    Codebreaker
    Codebreaker
    This is the story of the founding father of computer science, whose genius was overshadowed by his conviction for "gross indecency".
  • 21:00
    How to Build
    A Super Jumbo Wing
    A Super Jumbo Wing
    Meet engineers, designers and the people who actually build the massive wings of the A380, the world’s biggest passenger aircraft!
  • 22:00
    Chasing Happiness
    Hokkien Mee and Happiness
    Hokkien Mee and Happiness
    Can something as basic as food make us happy? Adrian sits down over lunch with experts to find out how food affects our level of happiness.
  • 22:30
    Chasing Sleep
    Breaking Point
    Breaking Point
    How long can we go without sleep? Do we really need 8 hours of sleep? Can we be trained to manage with just 4 to 5 hours of sleep?
  • 23:00
    Chasing Perfection
    Chasing Perfection - part 2
    Chasing Perfection - part 2
    We'll try to explore the role of the mind in making champions, and whether we can continue to be stronger, faster and go further.
  • 23:45
    Futuris
    Robots on the Borderline
    Robots on the Borderline
    Researchers have developed an unmanned vehicle for monitoring European land borders for illicit activities like human trafficking.
  • 00:00
    Hubble's Canvas
    Colour & Violent Endings
    Colour & Violent Endings
    How does colour tell us what the universe is made of? The largest stars explode and shine like beacons. Hubble can show us the remnants.
  • 00:30
    Robot Revolution
    Robot Revolution
    Robot Revolution
    Robot Revolution trails one of the greatest authorities on robotics as he customises the first truly socially interactive humanoid robot.
  • 01:30
    Mystery of Matter
    Unruly Elements
    Unruly Elements
    Dmitri Mendeleev's Periodic Table brings order to the elements. But this order is shattered when Marie Curie discovers radioactivity.
  • 02:30
    The Face
    Facial Recognition
    Facial Recognition
    Explore the evolution of the human face and find out how we can tell one face from the another.
  • 03:00
    Fossil Detectives
    West and Wales
    West and Wales
    Visit Wales to bring dinosaurs back to life using evolutionary robotics!
  • 03:30
    Codebreaker
    Codebreaker
    Codebreaker
    This is the story of the founding father of computer science, whose genius was overshadowed by his conviction for "gross indecency".
  • 04:30
    How to Build
    A Super Jumbo Wing
    A Super Jumbo Wing
    Meet engineers, designers and the people who actually build the massive wings of the A380, the world’s biggest passenger aircraft!
  • 05:30
    Rough Science
    Bugs and Barometers
    Bugs and Barometers
    Can the scientists make an antiseptic lotion, a microscope, and a weather station?