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The Frontiers of Space
Solving mathematical problems became a popular activity in the 16th century, resulting in jealous and cheating mathematicians.

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To Infinity and Beyond
In 1900, the French mathematician Hilbert identified the most important unsolved mathematical mysteries. How many have been solved by now?

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  • 06:00
    SciQ
    How Does Science Solve Crimes?
    How Does Science Solve Crimes?
    The hosts take a crash course in crime scene investigation - from the science of fingerprints to DNA. Who’s the best detective?
  • 06:30
    SciQ
    Who Can Drive the Wildest Wheels?
    Who Can Drive the Wildest Wheels?
    We start with crazy bicycles; take Sir Isaac Newton for a spin on the race track, and beat the speed record on a jet-powered skateboard.
  • 07:00
    SciQ
    What’s With Poop?
    What’s With Poop?
    Why do we poop? Where does poop go when you flush? How can you build a better toilet? Getting to the bottom of the questions!
  • 07:30
    Science Max
    Rocket Car
    Rocket Car
    Phil builds a balloon powered car. Plus, Newton’s Cradle out of bowling balls, how Guinea Pigs got their name and Newton’s 3rd Law.
  • 07:55
    Science Max
    Elastic Energy
    Elastic Energy
    Phil starts with a Popsicle stick catapult. Plus, a maxed out paddle wheel boat and a re-enactment of how medieval catapults were used.
  • 08:20
    Science Max
    Friction
    Friction
    Phil starts with a balloon powered hover disc. Plus, he also tries to use the power of friction to climb the walls and even to fly!
  • 08:45
    Science Max
    Pasta Bridge
    Pasta Bridge
    Phil tries to make a pasta bridge big enough to walk across. Plus, learn how to build a sandcastle you can stand on!
  • 09:10
    Look Kool
    Spirals
    Spirals
    Koolkatt tries to hypnotize Hamza with spirals. Why are spirals so captivating?
  • 09:35
    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.
  • 10:00
    Look Kool
    Domes
    Domes
    Hamza has a special guest host - Benny, the Egg. Why is an egg so strong when squeezed, but smashable if dropped? Because it’s a dome!
  • 10:25
    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!
  • 10:50
    Artzooka
    Pop-Up Greeting Cards
    Pop-Up Greeting Cards
    Jeremie creates pop-up greeting cards, creates special effects for a movie and makes optical art by using a salad spinner.
  • 11:20
    Artzooka
    Stained Glass Sun Catchers
    Stained Glass Sun Catchers
    Jeremie recycles plastic to create stained glass sun catchers, creates a pillow and builds some crew dudes out of cardboard rolls.
  • 11:50
    Artzooka
    Surprise Joke Painting
    Surprise Joke Painting
    Jeremie makes a funny addition to a painting, creates some magic light gloves with LED's and weaves chip bags into something special.
  • 12:15
    GEOlino
    India: The World's Biggest School Meal
    India: The World's Biggest School Meal
    Misbah’s family is very poor. Fortunately, there are large school cafeterias which prepare a well-balanced meal for the pupils in India.
  • 12:30
    GEOlino
    Hermitage - The Palace of Cats
    Hermitage - The Palace of Cats
    Over 50 cats call the Hermitage home. But many stray kittens are resettled – such as Peter, who has found a family home out in the country.
  • 12:45
    All For Kids
    Up Periscope & Odd Socks Rock
    Up Periscope & Odd Socks Rock
    Lindsay makes a French dish. Christian makes hilarious hand puppets. Madi attracts birds to her garden, and Jameson makes a periscope.
  • 13:15
    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.
  • 13:30
    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.
  • 13:45
    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.
  • 14:00
    Mindworks
    Visual Deceptions
    Visual Deceptions
    Do you believe in ghosts? While they may be a result of how our brain and eyes respond, we have also learned tricks via science and art.
  • 14:30
    Mindworks
    Altered Views
    Altered Views
    You’ve probably played hide and seek. It's difficult to hide while in plain view. All it may take are a few tricks to alter our perception!
  • 15:00
    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.
  • 15:30
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Henri Rousseau
    Henri Rousseau
    Henri Rousseau never left France or saw a real jungle, yet it's all he seemed to paint. Mati and Dada visit him in Paris.
  • 15:40
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Henri Matisse
    Henri Matisse
    The legendary Henri Matisse teaches Mati and Dada everything there is to know about the art of paper cut-outs.
  • 15:50
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Antoni Gaudì
    Antoni Gaudì
    Ola, Barcelona! Mati and Dada are "kidnapped" by a mysterious salamander and are dropped off in the fascinating world of Antoni Gaudì.
  • 16:00
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Raffaello
    Raffaello
    Raffaello's muse Thalia escapes from the Parnassus of Rafael, and Mati and Dada have to bring her back.
  • 16:15
    The History of Art
    Untrammeled Colours: Romantic Art
    Untrammeled Colours: Romantic Art
    Romanticism arose as a revolt against Neoclassicism. Romanticists disdained the rationality of classicism, and were masters of color.
  • 16:45
    Quirky Science
    Waves
    Waves
    Explore the historical development of electromagnetic waves and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
  • 17:15
    Quirky Science
    Internet
    Internet
    Explore the historical development of the internet and find out what the future holds for the web.
  • 17:45
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Jan Vermeer
    Jan Vermeer
    Wait, does Dada have a twin brother? A clone? In this episode, Mati and Dada learn about Vermeer's mysterious "mirror portraits".
  • 17:55
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Man Ray
    Man Ray
    Is taking pictures without a camera impossible? In this episode, Mati and Dada learn how to take pictures the "Man Ray" way.
  • 18:05
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Michelangelo
    Michelangelo
    When Mati and Dada hang out with legendary painter and sculptor Michelangelo, they spot a sculpture that seems to be alive …
  • 18:15
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Yopods
    Yopods
    Madison wants to create eco-friendly edible containers for yoghurt.
  • 18:40
    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.
  • 19:05
    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.
  • 19:30
    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.
  • 20:00
    The Story of Maths
    The Frontiers of Space
    The Frontiers of Space
    Solving mathematical problems became a popular activity in the 16th century, resulting in jealous and cheating mathematicians.
  • 21:00
    The Story of Maths
    To Infinity and Beyond
    To Infinity and Beyond
    In 1900, the French mathematician Hilbert identified the most important unsolved mathematical mysteries. How many have been solved by now?
  • 22:00
    Last Chance to See
    Kakapo
    Kakapo
    Stephen and Mark head off to see the nocturnal flightless parrot – the Kakapo in New Zealand. They live on an island without predators.
  • 23:00
    Last Chance to See
    Blue Whales
    Blue Whales
    Stephen and Mark go to Mexico in search of Blue Whales. Whales have been here for ages but the realism of modern whailing is sobering.
  • 00:00
    The Story of Maths
    The Language of the Universe
    The Language of the Universe
    Pythagoras did not treat numbers as abstract qualities, but as qualities that could be compared with physical objects: a crucial move.
  • 01:00
    The Story of Maths
    The Genius of the East
    The Genius of the East
    The symbol that represents zero was invented in India and marks one of the most important inventions in the history of mathematics.
  • 02:00
    Ugly Beauty
    Ugly Beauty
    Ugly Beauty
    On his quest to find beauty in modern art, art critic, Waldemar Januszczak interviews some of the greatest living artists.
  • 03:00
    e² Design
    China: From Red to Green?
    China: From Red to Green?
    William McDonough plans to make China a sustainable country with the help of a profitable and environmentally intelligent architecture.
  • 03:30
    e² Design
    Deeper Shades of Green
    Deeper Shades of Green
    Nothing short of geniuses, Ken Yeang, Werner Sobek and William McDonough are changing the face of society and environmental design.
  • 04:00
    The Story of Maths
    The Frontiers of Space
    The Frontiers of Space
    Solving mathematical problems became a popular activity in the 16th century, resulting in jealous and cheating mathematicians.
  • 05:00
    The Story of Maths
    To Infinity and Beyond
    To Infinity and Beyond
    In 1900, the French mathematician Hilbert identified the most important unsolved mathematical mysteries. How many have been solved by now?
  • 06:00
    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.
  • 06:30
    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.
  • 07:00
    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.
  • 07:25
    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.
  • 07:50
    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.
  • 08:15
    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.
  • 08:40
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    Static Monstro-city & I Yi-Yi Robot
    Static Monstro-city & I Yi-Yi Robot
    JD and Kent create a laundry monster that rampages through town. And, the Antimatters create a rogue robot.
  • 09:05
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    Burpin' Babies & Backpack Payback
    Burpin' Babies & Backpack Payback
    Kent’s youth serum turns the gang into screaming babies! And, the Antimatters steal JD’s backpack and discover the portable ALVA.
  • 09:30
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    Futile Attraction & Skin Deep
    Futile Attraction & Skin Deep
    Kent turns into a living magnet! And, with his new prosthetic skin, Von Bolt looks like a top model!
  • 09:55
    Mind Blowing Breakthroughs
    Thomas Alva Edison Vs. Nikola Tesla - Competition Moves Society Forward
    Thomas Alva Edison Vs. Nikola Tesla - Competition Moves Society Forward
    On a stormy night the theatre lights go out. Betty suggests asking for help from the man who invented the light-bulb, Thomas Edison.
  • 10:25
    Mind Blowing Breakthroughs
    Santos Dumont, the Wright Brothers and the Dream of Flying
    Santos Dumont, the Wright Brothers and the Dream of Flying
    Santos Dumont makes a spectacular appearance in a hot-air balloon to demonstrate how objects lighter than air can remain suspended in air.
  • 10:50
    Quirky Science
    Paper
    Paper
    Explore the historical development of paper and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
  • 11:20
    Quirky Science
    Gunpowder
    Gunpowder
    Explore the historical development of gunpowder and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
  • 11:50
    Finding Stuff Out
    Weather
    Weather
    It's all about weather! Find out why weather changes.
  • 12:15
    Finding Stuff Out
    Animals Big and Small
    Animals Big and Small
    It's all about animals! Harrison sets out to explore why it is that some animals evolve to be big, while others evolve to be small.
  • 12:40
    Finding Stuff Out
    Tools
    Tools
    It's all about tools! Join Harrison in making simple machines using nothing more than a sheet of paper.
  • 13:05
    Finding Stuff Out
    Sickness
    Sickness
    It's all about being sick! Find out how and why your nose gets runny.
  • 13:30
    SciQ
    What Would It Be Like To Have Your Own Robot?
    What Would It Be Like To Have Your Own Robot?
    From robot roller coasters to robot watchdogs, to a robot that is so life-like it wants to host the show! Our hosts make mechanical friends.
  • 14:00
    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!
  • 14:30
    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.
  • 15:00
    Full Proof
    Gravity
    Gravity
    Zoë is an acrobat who loves the aerial silks. In this episode, Zoë learns about gravity. Why does she fall? Can she fly to the stars?
  • 15:15
    Full Proof
    Mathematical shapes
    Mathematical shapes
    Idil from Istanbul loves the mosque near her home. In this episode, she discovers that the beauty of it is directly related to mathematics.
  • 15:30
    The History of Art
    Nature and Life: Realism in the Arts in the Mid-19th Century
    Nature and Life: Realism in the Arts in the Mid-19th Century
    In the 1830s, Paris was a driving force of modern landscapes. Artists would gather in a small village, depicting rural scenes with realism.
  • 16:00
    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.
  • 17:30
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Berthe Morisot
    Berthe Morisot
    Berthe Morisot reveals how to paint the very first impression of everything. "The French" way, with some tea and a croissant.
  • 17:40
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Caravaggio
    Caravaggio
    Caravaggio teaches Mati and Dada how to paint with dark shadows and light. The result? Some very dramatic paintings.
  • 17:50
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Musical Road
    Musical Road
    Albert’s ambitious idea was a road that played a hit song when you drive over this labour intensive device at the correct speed.
  • 18:15
    Science Max
    Magnetic Levitation
    Magnetic Levitation
    Phil tries to find magnets powerful enough to repel each other and float him off the ground. Plus, watch magnets defy gravity on their own.
  • 18:40
    Science Max
    Tinfoil Boat
    Tinfoil Boat
    Phil figures out how to build his human-sized tinfoil boat wrong right. Plus, he gets into a tub full of the main ingredient in diapers.
  • 19:05
    Science Max
    Chemistry
    Chemistry
    The ‘vinegar and baking soda volcano’ needs a more reactive overhaul. Plus, Phil coats his outfit in hydrophobic spray and gets in the pool.
  • 19:30
    Science Max
    Air Pressure
    Air Pressure
    Phil uses air pressure to make a giant rocket. Plus, he blows up a bottle with liquid nitrogen and crushes a steel drum using air pressure.
  • 20:00
    Sky Hunters - World of the Dragonfly
    Sky Hunters - World of the Dragonfly
    Sky Hunters - World of the Dragonfly
    See dragonflies as you have never seen them before - before their preferred habitat in and around water diminishes forever.
  • 21:00
    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.
  • 22:00
    The Hobbit Engima
    The Hobbit Enigma
    The Hobbit Enigma
    The Hobbit Enigma examines the discovery of the tiny, human-like skeleton in Indonesia in 2003, forcing us to rethink our human origins.
  • 23:00
    Darwin's Brave New World
    Origins (1831–1839)
    Origins (1831–1839)
    During a five year trip across the Southern Hemisphere, Darwin observes the mysteries of nature that lay the foundation for his later work.
  • 01:00
    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?
  • 01:45
    Futuris
    Enjoy Your Sustainable Meal
    Enjoy Your Sustainable Meal
    In this episode we visit an experimental farm that extracts high-quality protein from seed crops such as quinoa and amaranth.
  • 02:00
    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.
  • 03:00
    Chasing Sleep
    Round The Clock
    Round The Clock
    Are shift workers more at risk of health problems? How can shift workers cope with the disruption of their sleep cycles?
  • 03:30
    Chasing Sleep
    Rock a Bye, Baby
    Rock a Bye, Baby
    How many hours of sleep do children need? Should co-sleeping with parents be encouraged? What constitutes abnormality in a child’s sleep?
  • 04:00
    Sky Hunters - World of the Dragonfly
    Sky Hunters - World of the Dragonfly
    Sky Hunters - World of the Dragonfly
    See dragonflies as you have never seen them before - before their preferred habitat in and around water diminishes forever.
  • 05:00
    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.
  • 06:00
    Explorer Express
    Up, Up and Away
    Up, Up and Away
    How can you build your own hot-air balloon? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 06:00
    Explorer Express
    Up, Up and Away
    Up, Up and Away
    How can you build your own hot-air balloon? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 06:25
    Explorer Express
    Tornado in a Bottle
    Tornado in a Bottle
    How can you generate a tornado in a bottle? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 06:50
    Spellz
    Magic Words
    Magic Words
    Jay uses some “hocus pocus” and “abracadabra” to dazzle us with his masterful magic skills!
  • 07:05
    Gastroblast
    Minestrone Soup
    Minestrone Soup
    Link has the perfect plan to make a minestrone soup. But he can’t figure out why some of the vegetables need to be sautéed first.
  • 07:20
    Gastroblast
    Chocolate Zucchini Loaf
    Chocolate Zucchini Loaf
    Link is okay with veggies for dessert and the proof is a super moist, chocolate-y zucchini loaf. The zucchini will ensure a moist cake.
  • 07:35
    Finger Tips
    Fan Central
    Fan Central
    Find out how you can chart your favourite team’s success, plant a tropical paradise and have loads of ideas for an underwater party!
  • 07:55
    Finger Tips
    Boxing Kangaroo
    Boxing Kangaroo
    Find out how to make a boxing kangaroo, dish up chocolate lovers treats and get ready for blast off with the rocket skittles!
  • 08:15
    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.
  • 08:45
    All For Kids
    Fossil Fossicking & Balloon Rocket
    Fossil Fossicking & Balloon Rocket
    Jameson decides to do fossil fossicking. Madi makes a desert garden. Lindsay makes pyramid puffs. And Christian makes a balloon rocket.
  • 09:25
    Infotoy
    Portable Video Games
    Portable Video Games
    Video games are the most popular form of entertainment. When was the first computer game created? How did the console help invent the PC?
  • 09:35
    Infotoy
    Yo-Yo
    Yo-Yo
    Devil on a rope that conquered the world. Where did it come from? How did it become popular? Where did it find use in the modern world?
  • 09:45
    Sports Lab
    Tennis
    Tennis
    With tips from guest pro Daniel and some scientific insight from Dr. Heather, there is no stopping Chloe on her way to tennis court.
  • 10:00
    Sports Lab
    Dressage
    Dressage
    Nykeem meets up with Tai-Lee and her horse pal Gerald to explore the science behind dressage. Biomechanics is key, as Dr. Heather explains.
  • 10:15
    Mily Miss Questions
    An unusual animal
    An unusual animal
    Mily is attacked by a dog that just gave birth. She acted out of animal instinct and Mily wonders: Do humans have animal instincts as well?
  • 10:25
    Mily Miss Questions
    Poor Mily
    Poor Mily
    When Mily wants a new beach bag her mom tells her she doesn't need one. Mily joins a garage sale to be able to afford it herself.
  • 10:35
    Mily Miss Questions
    Pop Art
    Pop Art
    Mily needs to write about someone for school but suffers from writers block. She wonders: How can we portray someone with only words?
  • 10:45
    Explorer Express
    Ice Cream
    Ice Cream
    How can you make your own ice cream from water? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 11:10
    Explorer Express
    Fly Like a Bird
    Fly Like a Bird
    If humans should fly like birds, what would they look like? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 11:35
    Spellz
    Mind Blowing Mathemagic
    Mind Blowing Mathemagic
    Jay combines magic and mind reading and presents some mind blowing mathemagic!
  • 11:35
    Infotoy
    Yo-Yo
    Yo-Yo
    Devil on a rope that conquered the world. Where did it come from? How did it become popular? Where did it find use in the modern world?
  • 11:50
    Spellz
    All in your Mind Magic
    All in your Mind Magic
    What’s Bridget thinking? Only the magician Jay knows!
  • 12:05
    Gastroblast
    Lasagna
    Lasagna
    Using everyday ingredients, before long Link is assembling triple layers of noodles, sautéed vegetables, tomato sauce, and ricotta cheese.
  • 12:20
    Gastroblast
    Lemon Meringue Pie
    Lemon Meringue Pie
    The crowning glory of a lemon meringue pie is the fluffy, foamy topping. Link present tips for ensuring volume in the egg whites.
  • 12:35
    Finger Tips
    Animals with Altitude
    Animals with Altitude
    Find out how to make animals with altitude, a dancing cobra in under a minute and chocolate ice cream without using a freezer!
  • 12:55
    Finger Tips
    Groovy Groomer
    Groovy Groomer
    Find out how to make a groovy groomer, green soap crystals and create a game of Viking hoopla!
  • 13:15
    All For Kids
    Magic Can & Fairy Garden
    Magic Can & Fairy Garden
    Jameson puts a hole in a can to keep water. Christian makes a hopscotch mat, and Madi a fairy garden. Lindsay invites freaky friends over.
  • 13:45
    All For Kids
    The Pressure & Cheesy Chip Shapes
    The Pressure & Cheesy Chip Shapes
    Madi grows grass seeds. Jameson weighs air. Christian makes bookmarks. And Lindsay prepares some cheesy chip shapes.
  • 14:15
    Infotoy
    Slinky
    Slinky
    What did a US Navy mechanic change the world market of toys? What makes a slinky drop down the stairs? And how did it make it into space?
  • 14:25
    Infotoy
    Plush Toys
    Plush Toys
    How did plush toys become a symbol of environmental protection? And what do Russian immigrants and Theodore Roosevelt have in common?
  • 14:35
    Infotoy
    Marionettes
    Marionettes
    What are the essential parts in puppet theater? How was Caesar made fun of in ancient Rome? And what do puppets and cartoons have in common?
  • 14:45
    Sports Lab
    Bowling
    Bowling
    Guest pro Melissa inspires Jennifer and Nykeem with some strikes, and Dr. Heather rolls out the science of momentum.
  • 15:00
    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.
  • 15:15
    Mily Miss Questions
    Invisible
    Invisible
    Mily rehearses a magic trick and believes she’s found a way to become invisible. It makes her wonder where the line is between good and bad.
  • 15:25
    Mily Miss Questions
    Hang on to your hat
    Hang on to your hat
    When Mily loses her hat, she asks everybody when they last saw her wear it. As she gathers more clues, she wonders: Can our memory trick us?
  • 15:35
    Mily Miss Questions
    Like a tomato
    Like a tomato
    The friends are publishing their own newspaper but Hugo suddenly feels embarrassed. Why do we sometimes feel shy or awkward?
  • 15:45
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Yopods
    Yopods
    Madison wants to create eco-friendly edible containers for yoghurt.
  • 16:10
    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.
  • 16:35
    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
    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.
  • 17:25
    Quirky Science
    Paper
    Paper
    Explore the historical development of paper and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
  • 17:55
    Quirky Science
    Gunpowder
    Gunpowder
    Explore the historical development of gunpowder and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
  • 18:25
    Infotoy
    Mosaic
    Mosaic
    Who are the ancient Sumerians and how did monumental painting originate? What effect do mosaics have on children's creativity?
  • 18:35
    Infotoy
    Hoop
    Hoop
    Who came up with the first hoop? What would happen if you were to twist a hoop for a long time? And why does the world twist but not Japan?
  • 18:45
    All For Kids
    Up Periscope & Odd Socks Rock
    Up Periscope & Odd Socks Rock
    Lindsay makes a French dish. Christian makes hilarious hand puppets. Madi attracts birds to her garden, and Jameson makes a periscope.
  • 19:15
    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.
  • 19:30
    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.
  • 19:45
    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.
  • 20:00
    The Machine That Made Us
    The Machine That Made Us
    The Machine That Made Us
    Stephen Fry examines the story behind the first media entrepreneur Johann Gutenberg to find out why he invented the printing press and how.
  • 21:00
    Calculating Ada - The Countess of Computing
    Calculating Ada - The Countess of Computing
    Calculating Ada - The Countess of Computing
    This documentary reveals the life of Ada Lovelace - her legacy as the world's first computer programmer and prophet for our digital age.
  • 22:00
    e² Design
    The Druk White Lotus School-LaDakh
    The Druk White Lotus School-LaDakh
    Enter Druk White Lotus School, which intends to equip Ladakhi children for living in the modern world while embracing Buddhist traditions.
  • 22:30
    e² Design
    Greening the Federal Government
    Greening the Federal Government
    Thom Mayne was commissioned to design the San Francisco Federal Building, a structure aiming to be the prototype for tomorrow's workplace.
  • 23:00
    Super Science
    Marine Science: Australia
    Marine Science: Australia
    Australia is on the frontlines of the fight against Global Warming, so scientists there are finding innovative ways to confront it.
  • 23:30
    Super Science
    Unmanned Military Vehicles: Israel
    Unmanned Military Vehicles: Israel
    Israel has one of the most advanced militaries in the world. But in the not-too-distant future, one-third of their forces will be robots.
  • 00:00
    Everyday Miracles
    Home
    Home
    Explores the collision between materials, demand and innovation that have brought us the ideal home and met our dreams of consumption.
  • 01:00
    Everyday Miracles
    Away
    Away
    Explore the material transformations that take us out of the home: car and transport, computer and work, fast food and leisure.
  • 02:00
    Fossil Detectives
    Central England
    Central England
    Enjoy an exclusive interview with Sir David Attenborough where he recalls his early days as a fossil hunter in central England.
  • 02:30
    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.
  • 03:00
    Last Chance to See
    Kakapo
    Kakapo
    Stephen and Mark head off to see the nocturnal flightless parrot – the Kakapo in New Zealand. They live on an island without predators.
  • 04:00
    Last Chance to See
    Blue Whales
    Blue Whales
    Stephen and Mark go to Mexico in search of Blue Whales. Whales have been here for ages but the realism of modern whailing is sobering.
  • 05:00
    e² Design
    China: From Red to Green?
    China: From Red to Green?
    William McDonough plans to make China a sustainable country with the help of a profitable and environmentally intelligent architecture.
  • 05:30
    e² Design
    Deeper Shades of Green
    Deeper Shades of Green
    Nothing short of geniuses, Ken Yeang, Werner Sobek and William McDonough are changing the face of society and environmental design.
  • 06:00
    Explorer Express
    Magnetism
    Magnetism
    How do magnets work? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 06:25
    Explorer Express
    Weather Station
    Weather Station
    How does one construct a weather station? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 06:50
    Spellz
    Paper Magic
    Paper Magic
    Using a few simple sheets of paper, Bridget and Jay make great magic.
  • 07:05
    Gastroblast
    Granola and Granola Bars
    Granola and Granola Bars
    Two recipes - same ingredients. The granola texture goes perfectly with yogurt or milk. Ingredients in granola bars have to bind together.
  • 07:20
    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.
  • 07:35
    Finger Tips
    Spooky Chimes
    Spooky Chimes
    Find out how to make some spooky chimes, send more secret messages, help improve your soccer skills and more!
  • 07:55
    Finger Tips
    Stone Age Madness
    Stone Age Madness
    Find out how to make a skateboard note board and go Stone Age mad with a pre-historic party erupting with ideas!
  • 08:15
    All For Kids
    Sink or Float & Magic Carpets
    Sink or Float & Magic Carpets
    Christian makes a backyard mini golf course. Madi makes a pizza garden. Jameson tests what fruits float. And Lindsay makes magic carpets.
  • 08:45
    All For Kids
    Absorbing Science & Dinosaur Diorama
    Absorbing Science & Dinosaur Diorama
    Christian makes a dinosaur diorama. Madi saves water. Jameson transfers water without touching it. And Lindsay makes treasure chests.
  • 09:15
    Infotoy
    Kite
    Kite
    A toy, a siege weapon, a meteorological device, a scarecrow or a fishing trick – what is this wonderous thing? How to make a kite?
  • 09:25
    Infotoy
    A Ball
    A Ball
    How was the ball invented? Who was the first to play team game? How did football overturn the common order of the world?
  • 09:35
    Infotoy
    Doll
    Doll
    Which came first, the doll or Homo sapiens? Which dolls were worshipped as idols? Do robotic toys signal the era of artificial intelligence?
  • 09:45
    Sports Lab
    Table Tennis
    Table Tennis
    A sibling duo are hoping to sharpen their table tennis game with help from a guest pro. Dr. Heather unpacks the science of muscle memory.
  • 10:00
    Sports Lab
    Trampoline
    Trampoline
    Young gymnast Nya jumps at the opportunity to learn more about the science of trampoline with help from Dr. Heather and guest pro Thomas.
  • 10:15
    Mily Miss Questions
    You can't do lt
    You can't do lt
    Maceo makes fun of Mily because she's scared of spiders. Mily wonders if being courageous means never being scared and challenges Maceo.
  • 10:25
    Mily Miss Questions
    Jealousy
    Jealousy
    Since her brother Luc was the big star of the music festival, nobody notices Mily. Mily refuses to admit that she's jealous of her brother.
  • 10:35
    Mily Miss Questions
    A galaxy of emotions
    A galaxy of emotions
    Mily is upset that she isn't allowed to play an astronomist during a birthday performance. How will she deal with her emotions?
  • 10:45
    Explorer Express
    Electric Skies
    Electric Skies
    How much energy does lightning contain? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 11:10
    Explorer Express
    The Mighty Sneeze
    The Mighty Sneeze
    How powerful is a sneeze really? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 11:35
    Spellz
    A Bag of Tricks
    A Bag of Tricks
    Jay has a bag of tricks and that means plenty of incredible magic!
  • 11:50
    Spellz
    Small Money Big Money
    Small Money Big Money
    From pennies to bills, Jay makes the money magic happen!
  • 12:05
    Gastroblast
    Macaroni and Cheese
    Macaroni and Cheese
    Homemade macaroni and cheese starts with the sauce. It’s amazing how much science is in something as simple as a smooth and thick sauce.
  • 12:20
    Gastroblast
    Pizza
    Pizza
    A homemade pizza can be adapted to taste by adding toppings. Link has a problem though: the cold dough for the pizza crust won’t roll flat.
  • 12:35
    Finger Tips
    Shock Box
    Shock Box
    Find out how to surprise your friends with an innocent looking box, tie dye your t shirts and more!
  • 12:55
    Finger Tips
    Garden Sun Dial
    Garden Sun Dial
    Find out how to make a way of keeping your shoes fresh, your very own garden sun dial and more!
  • 13:15
    All For Kids
    Soda No Exploder & Friendly Scarecrow
    Soda No Exploder & Friendly Scarecrow
    Jameson stops a can of fizz spraying. Christian makes a celebration shield, Madi some friendly scarecrows, and Lindsay a rocky road delight.
  • 13:45
    All For Kids
    Too Much Friction & Wallflowers
    Too Much Friction & Wallflowers
    Madi grows wallplants. Jameson experiments with friction. Christian makes cardboard box emergency vehicles, and Lindsay scrambled eggs.
  • 14:15
    Infotoy
    Cup and Ball
    Cup and Ball
    What was the game Indians played? How could you climb the social ladder under Louis XV? And what did Tolstoy write in his 'War and Peace'?
  • 14:25
    Infotoy
    Plasticine
    Plasticine
    What are the similarities between sculpture and ordinary putty for windows? And what is the role of plasticine in fine arts?
  • 14:35
    Infotoy
    Board Games
    Board Games
    What is the history of one of the oldest forms of entertainment? And how did board games influence an entire industry based on literature?
  • 14:45
    Sports Lab
    Basketball
    Basketball
    Guest pro Myck gives the team pointers on free throws while Dr. Heather lays up the science of his shooting arc.
  • 15:00
    Sports Lab
    Snowboarding
    Snowboarding
    William is a young snowboarder training to tackle a 360 jump. Dr Heather explains how torque is pivotal to William’s success.
  • 15:15
    Mily Miss Questions
    April Gaspard
    April Gaspard
    It's April Fools' Day and the friends cannot wait to properly fool Gaspard. In the meantime, Gaspard suprises Mily with a lovely present.
  • 15:25
    Mily Miss Questions
    It's a dog's life
    It's a dog's life
    When Mily bumps into an abandoned puppy, she remembers how abandoned she felt when her sister was born. Will she ever get over the feeling?
  • 15:35
    Mily Miss Questions
    Up in the clouds
    Up in the clouds
    When her grandfather suddenly dies, Juliette feels like a different person. She wonders how one incident can seemingly change everything.
  • 15:45
    Science Max
    Magnetic Levitation
    Magnetic Levitation
    Phil tries to find magnets powerful enough to repel each other and float him off the ground. Plus, watch magnets defy gravity on their own.
  • 16:10
    Science Max
    Tinfoil Boat
    Tinfoil Boat
    Phil figures out how to build his human-sized tinfoil boat wrong right. Plus, he gets into a tub full of the main ingredient in diapers.
  • 16:35
    Science Max
    Chemistry
    Chemistry
    The ‘vinegar and baking soda volcano’ needs a more reactive overhaul. Plus, Phil coats his outfit in hydrophobic spray and gets in the pool.
  • 17:00
    Science Max
    Air Pressure
    Air Pressure
    Phil uses air pressure to make a giant rocket. Plus, he blows up a bottle with liquid nitrogen and crushes a steel drum using air pressure.
  • 17:25
    Mind Blowing Breakthroughs
    Thomas Alva Edison Vs. Nikola Tesla - Competition Moves Society Forward
    Thomas Alva Edison Vs. Nikola Tesla - Competition Moves Society Forward
    On a stormy night the theatre lights go out. Betty suggests asking for help from the man who invented the light-bulb, Thomas Edison.
  • 17:55
    Mind Blowing Breakthroughs
    Santos Dumont, the Wright Brothers and the Dream of Flying
    Santos Dumont, the Wright Brothers and the Dream of Flying
    Santos Dumont makes a spectacular appearance in a hot-air balloon to demonstrate how objects lighter than air can remain suspended in air.
  • 18:20
    Look Kool
    Spirals
    Spirals
    Koolkatt tries to hypnotize Hamza with spirals. Why are spirals so captivating?
  • 18:45
    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.
  • 19:10
    Look Kool
    Domes
    Domes
    Hamza has a special guest host - Benny, the Egg. Why is an egg so strong when squeezed, but smashable if dropped? Because it’s a dome!
  • 19:35
    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!
  • 20:00
    Darwin's Brave New World
    Evolutions (1839–1857)
    Evolutions (1839–1857)
    To be able to research his theory on the origin of species, Darwin turns his family home and gardens into a laboratory.
  • 21:00
    Darwin's Brave New World
    Publish and be damned (1857–1864)
    Publish and be damned (1857–1864)
    Darwin finally publishes his masterpiece 'On the Origin of Species' and continues to work and publish until his death at 82.
  • 22:00
    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.
  • 22:30
    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.
  • 23:00
    The Story of Maths
    The Frontiers of Space
    The Frontiers of Space
    Solving mathematical problems became a popular activity in the 16th century, resulting in jealous and cheating mathematicians.
  • 00:00
    The Machine That Made Us
    The Machine That Made Us
    The Machine That Made Us
    Stephen Fry examines the story behind the first media entrepreneur Johann Gutenberg to find out why he invented the printing press and how.
  • 01:00
    Calculating Ada - The Countess of Computing
    Calculating Ada - The Countess of Computing
    Calculating Ada - The Countess of Computing
    This documentary reveals the life of Ada Lovelace - her legacy as the world's first computer programmer and prophet for our digital age.
  • 02:00
    e² Design
    The Druk White Lotus School-LaDakh
    The Druk White Lotus School-LaDakh
    Enter Druk White Lotus School, which intends to equip Ladakhi children for living in the modern world while embracing Buddhist traditions.
  • 02:30
    e² Design
    Greening the Federal Government
    Greening the Federal Government
    Thom Mayne was commissioned to design the San Francisco Federal Building, a structure aiming to be the prototype for tomorrow's workplace.
  • 03:00
    The Hobbit Engima
    The Hobbit Enigma
    The Hobbit Enigma
    The Hobbit Enigma examines the discovery of the tiny, human-like skeleton in Indonesia in 2003, forcing us to rethink our human origins.
  • 04:00
    Darwin's Brave New World
    Origins (1831–1839)
    Origins (1831–1839)
    During a five year trip across the Southern Hemisphere, Darwin observes the mysteries of nature that lay the foundation for his later work.
  • 05:00
    Chasing Sleep
    Round The Clock
    Round The Clock
    Are shift workers more at risk of health problems? How can shift workers cope with the disruption of their sleep cycles?
  • 05:30
    Chasing Sleep
    Rock a Bye, Baby
    Rock a Bye, Baby
    How many hours of sleep do children need? Should co-sleeping with parents be encouraged? What constitutes abnormality in a child’s sleep?
  • 06:00
    Explorer Express
    Hard Bones Get Soft
    Hard Bones Get Soft
    How do hard bones become as soft as rubber? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 06:25
    Explorer Express
    How does an iron ship float?
    How does an iron ship float?
    Why does a ship made from iron float? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 06:50
    Spellz
    Pick a Card
    Pick a Card
    Jay and Bridget have more incredible card tricks up their sleeves!
  • 07:05
    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.
  • 07:20
    Gastroblast
    Sloppy Joes and Marinated Zucchini Salad
    Sloppy Joes and Marinated Zucchini Salad
    Link presents a vegetarian version of this family favourite, using tofu instead of meat. Tofu is made from soya beans and is spongy.
  • 07:35
    Finger Tips
    Football Madness
    Football Madness
    Find out how to go football crazy with the table top football stadium, make an edible hat and make t-shirts the messy way!
  • 07:55
    Finger Tips
    Paradise Island Party
    Paradise Island Party
    Find out how to make a video storage unit, a propeller in under a minute and how to throw your own paradise island party!
  • 08:15
    All For Kids
    Rain Gauge & Plant Printed Placemats
    Rain Gauge & Plant Printed Placemats
    Jameson makes a rain gauge. Lindsay prepares corn on the cob. Madi makes a sprout caterpillar. And Christian makes plant printed placements.
  • 08:45
    All For Kids
    Amazing Milk & Jellyfish Garden
    Amazing Milk & Jellyfish Garden
    Christian makes a wild jellyfish garden. Lindsay makes a carnival dish. Madi makes crazy clay pots. And Jameson shows experiments with milk.
  • 09:15
    Infotoy
    Chalk
    Chalk
    What is sidewalk chalk? Why do chalk sticks rarely include the key component of chalk? What do cave paintings and frescoes have in common?
  • 09:25
    Infotoy
    Robots
    Robots
    Why are robots ushering in a new era? Why are there myths about Cadmium and dragons? How did the first water dispenser come about?
  • 09:35
    Infotoy
    Table Hockey and Football
    Table Hockey and Football
    What is the ideal table size for table hockey? What did the Spanish poet Alejandro Finistre do in hospital during the Spanish Civil War?
  • 09:45
    Sports Lab
    Breakdancing
    Breakdancing
    Nykeem links up with Logan, an ambitious young dancer, and guest pro Jim Han to break down the science behind some of their wild moves.
  • 10:00
    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.
  • 10:15
    Mily Miss Questions
    Miss Questions VS Mr Brainy
    Miss Questions VS Mr Brainy
    When Luc claims to be more intelligent than Mily, Mily is determined to prove him wrong. She wonders: What does 'being smart' mean?
  • 10:25
    Mily Miss Questions
    All alone
    All alone
    Mily wants to visit Juliette but Luc tells her she can't go because she's not autonomous. Mily wonders: What does it mean to be autonomous?
  • 10:35
    Mily Miss Questions
    Shhh!
    Shhh!
    Mily needs to recite a poem in front of her class and looks for a quiet place to study. She wonders: How and where can we find silence?
  • 10:45
    Explorer Express
    Spinning Ballerina
    Spinning Ballerina
    How does a ballerina spin without getting dizzy? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 11:10
    Explorer Express
    Robot Football
    Robot Football
    How can robots play football? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 11:35
    Spellz
    Brain Power
    Brain Power
    The power of the mind helps Jay pull off some really tricky magic!
  • 11:50
    Spellz
    Calculating Cards
    Calculating Cards
    Using a simple deck of cards Jay makes some seriously fun magic!
  • 12:05
    Gastroblast
    Tossed Salad
    Tossed Salad
    Link has a bounty of crisp salad greens for a vinaigrette, and a creamy ranch dressing. But some greens have wilted. The culprit is the oil.
  • 12:20
    Gastroblast
    Strawberry Shortcake
    Strawberry Shortcake
    Link has buttermilk biscuits, and with a strawberry filling and whipped cream he’ll make strawberry shortcake! Chilled equipment is key.
  • 12:35
    Finger Tips
    Edible Hedgehog
    Edible Hedgehog
    Find out how to make rocket pad, an edible hedgehog and a CD rack in under a minute.
  • 12:55
    Finger Tips
    Chocolate Checkers
    Chocolate Checkers
    Find out how to make a totally organized totem pole, chocolate checkers and a kite in under a minute!
  • 13:15
    All For Kids
    Time For Science & Zoochini Muffins
    Time For Science & Zoochini Muffins
    Jameson makes a special timer. Madi makes a hanging herb garden. Christian makes party parcel paper. And Lindsay makes "zoochini" muffins.
  • 13:45
    All For Kids
    Sounds of Science & Pizza for Pirates
    Sounds of Science & Pizza for Pirates
    Christian makes a slalom bottle obstacle. Jameson demonstrates the sounds of science. Lindsay makes a pirate pizza. Madi goes gardening.
  • 14:15
    Infotoy
    Puzzle
    Puzzle
    What is the secret of the most popular puzzle in the world? Cardboard or wood? Who invented the first puzzle? And why geography lessons?
  • 14:25
    Infotoy
    Rubik's Cube
    Rubik's Cube
    This puzzle has become the best-selling toy of the 20th century. How did a simple idea become a global brand? How to solve it in 5 seconds?
  • 14:35
    Infotoy
    Railroad
    Railroad
    Trains appeared before tracks and grew into a business of railway modeling. Learn about the rise to global fame of the toy railway.
  • 14:45
    Sports Lab
    Sledge Hockey
    Sledge Hockey
    Cooper and Cole are brothers who share a love of sledge hockey. Joined by guest pro Jordan, the boys learn about Newton’s third law.
  • 15:00
    Sports Lab
    Para Alpine Skiing
    Para Alpine Skiing
    Guest pro Erin heads out to the slalom course. And Dr. Heather explains the role air resistance plays when the team hits the slopes.
  • 15:15
    Mily Miss Questions
    The right place
    The right place
    When Mily plays hide-and-seek with her friends, they forget about her completely. Mily wonders: What do we need to do to be 'seen'?
  • 15:25
    Mily Miss Questions
    Granny cool
    Granny cool
    When Maceo's grandma spends the night at Mily’s place, everything needs to be perfect. Mily wonders how it feels to be old.
  • 15:35
    Mily Miss Questions
    What a showoff!
    What a showoff!
    Mily draws a picture of Pop as a present for her parents but feels insecure about it. She wonders what determines how proud we are.
  • 15:45
    Full Proof
    Gravity
    Gravity
    Zoë is an acrobat who loves the aerial silks. In this episode, Zoë learns about gravity. Why does she fall? Can she fly to the stars?
  • 16:00
    Full Proof
    Mathematical shapes
    Mathematical shapes
    Idil from Istanbul loves the mosque near her home. In this episode, she discovers that the beauty of it is directly related to mathematics.
  • 16:15
    Finding Stuff Out
    Weather
    Weather
    It's all about weather! Find out why weather changes.
  • 16:25
    Infotoy
    Rubik's Cube
    Rubik's Cube
    This puzzle has become the best-selling toy of the 20th century. How did a simple idea become a global brand? How to solve it in 5 seconds?
  • 16:40
    Finding Stuff Out
    Animals Big and Small
    Animals Big and Small
    It's all about animals! Harrison sets out to explore why it is that some animals evolve to be big, while others evolve to be small.
  • 17:05
    Finding Stuff Out
    Tools
    Tools
    It's all about tools! Join Harrison in making simple machines using nothing more than a sheet of paper.
  • 17:30
    Finding Stuff Out
    Sickness
    Sickness
    It's all about being sick! Find out how and why your nose gets runny.
  • 18:00
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Henri Rousseau
    Henri Rousseau
    Henri Rousseau never left France or saw a real jungle, yet it's all he seemed to paint. Mati and Dada visit him in Paris.
  • 18:10
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Henri Matisse
    Henri Matisse
    The legendary Henri Matisse teaches Mati and Dada everything there is to know about the art of paper cut-outs.
  • 18:20
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Antoni Gaudì
    Antoni Gaudì
    Ola, Barcelona! Mati and Dada are "kidnapped" by a mysterious salamander and are dropped off in the fascinating world of Antoni Gaudì.
  • 18:30
    The History of Art
    Untrammeled Colours: Romantic Art
    Untrammeled Colours: Romantic Art
    Romanticism arose as a revolt against Neoclassicism. Romanticists disdained the rationality of classicism, and were masters of color.
  • 19:00
    Quirky Science
    Waves
    Waves
    Explore the historical development of electromagnetic waves and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
  • 19:30
    Quirky Science
    Internet
    Internet
    Explore the historical development of the internet and find out what the future holds for the web.
  • 20:00
    The Code
    Shapes
    Shapes
    Marcus reveals the mysterious code that governs randomness and explores how this could be the key to Jackson Pollock and movie animations.
  • 21:00
    This is Civilisation
    Save Our Souls
    Save Our Souls
    Matthew Collings follows the visionary Victorian who thought art could be the solution to the modern industrial society - John Ruskin.
  • 22:00
    This is Civilisation
    Uncertainty
    Uncertainty
    In the final episode Matthew Collings argues modern art has always tried to show us as we are: free, confused, and above all uncertain.
  • 23:00
    The Story of Maths
    To Infinity and Beyond
    To Infinity and Beyond
    In 1900, the French mathematician Hilbert identified the most important unsolved mathematical mysteries. How many have been solved by now?
  • 00:00
    Darwin's Brave New World
    Evolutions (1839–1857)
    Evolutions (1839–1857)
    To be able to research his theory on the origin of species, Darwin turns his family home and gardens into a laboratory.
  • 01:00
    Darwin's Brave New World
    Publish and be damned (1857–1864)
    Publish and be damned (1857–1864)
    Darwin finally publishes his masterpiece 'On the Origin of Species' and continues to work and publish until his death at 82.
  • 02:00
    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.
  • 02:30
    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.
  • 03:00
    Ugly Beauty
    Ugly Beauty
    Ugly Beauty
    On his quest to find beauty in modern art, art critic, Waldemar Januszczak interviews some of the greatest living artists.
  • 04:00
    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.
  • 05:00
    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.
  • 06:00
    Explorer Express
    Counterfeit Coins
    Counterfeit Coins
    How does one recognise forged coins and notes? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 06:25
    Explorer Express
    Optical Fibres
    Optical Fibres
    How do optical fibres function? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 06:50
    Spellz
    Spellbinding Snacks
    Spellbinding Snacks
    Jay and Bridget make magic using food!
  • 07:05
    Gastroblast
    Buttermilk Biscuits
    Buttermilk Biscuits
    Link has sure-fire techniques that promise light and tasty buttermilk biscuits. But just a little bit of baking soda can go a long way.
  • 07:20
    Gastroblast
    Chicken Pot Pie
    Chicken Pot Pie
    Link makes a lovely sauce and filling for chicken pot pie. But he learns an important trick - otherwise, the pie could actually explode!
  • 07:35
    Finger Tips
    Dancing Crabs
    Dancing Crabs
    Find out how to make tasty apple leather, lime dancing crabs and more!
  • 07:55
    Finger Tips
    Sock Ness Monster
    Sock Ness Monster
    Find out how to make a sockness monster, an ice bowl and more!
  • 08:15
    All For Kids
    Mega Bubbles & Trifle Tower
    Mega Bubbles & Trifle Tower
    Lindsay makes a trifle tower. Madi makes a water garden. Christian designs a flying fish kite. And Jameson makes some mega bubbles.
  • 08:45
    All For Kids
    Balloon Bottle & Hairy Franks
    Balloon Bottle & Hairy Franks
    Lindsay sticks spaghetti through frankfurts, Madi makes a leaf mobile, Jameson experiments with balloons, Christian, a toothbrush holder.
  • 09:15
    Infotoy
    Rocking Horse
    Rocking Horse
    What do Genghis Khan, Alexander the Great and Napoleon have in common? How did the children of kings and emperors learn to ride a horse?
  • 09:25
    Infotoy
    Slime
    Slime
    What is a non-Newtonian fluid? Why are people afraid of mucus? And how to make Halloween decorations at home?
  • 09:35
    Infotoy
    Whirligig
    Whirligig
    Why does it whirl without tipping over? How is this grounded in physics? How does the whirligig help planes and ships stay on course?
  • 09:45
    Sports Lab
    Volleyball
    Volleyball
    Guest pro Kira joins Megan to dig into the science of the float serve. Dr. Heather sheds some light on Isaac Newton’s Laws of Motion.
  • 10:00
    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.
  • 10:15
    Mily Miss Questions
    Look to the future
    Look to the future
    Mily and Pénélope are competing for the same role in a school play. Mily wants to jump ahead in time but can we really predict the future?
  • 10:25
    Mily Miss Questions
    Life is sweet
    Life is sweet
    It’s spring break and everybody is leaving town except Mily … lame!! She wonders: Why is everybody so happy and I'm not?
  • 10:35
    Mily Miss Questions
    Touch the clouds
    Touch the clouds
    Mily and Lola spend all their money on lottery tickets in hopes of winning a big prize. But what does it actually mean to hope?
  • 10:45
    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!
  • 11:10
    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.
  • 11:15
    Infotoy
    Rocking Horse
    Rocking Horse
    What do Genghis Khan, Alexander the Great and Napoleon have in common? How did the children of kings and emperors learn to ride a horse?
  • 11:35
    Spellz
    Lick and Stick
    Lick and Stick
    From safety pins to stamps – if you can lick it or stick it, Jay can make magic happen!
  • 11:50
    Spellz
    Thick and Thin
    Thick and Thin
    Today Jay will be making magic using all kinds of rope!
  • 12:05
    Gastroblast
    Stuffed Baked Potatoes
    Stuffed Baked Potatoes
    Some potatoes are perfect for stuffed baked potatoes. It’s always a good idea to prick a few holes in the potato to avoid explosions!
  • 12:20
    Gastroblast
    Tzatziki
    Tzatziki
    Link has a great recipe for Tzatziki, using the remaining yogurt in the carton as his active culture, demonstrating sterilizing techniques.
  • 12:35
    Finger Tips
    Wild West Party
    Wild West Party
    Find out how to make little costume egg cups and go back to the Wild Wild West with a western party and a game of sharp shooting!
  • 12:55
    Finger Tips
    Ping Pong Pan Game
    Ping Pong Pan Game
    Find out how to make your own animations, revamp your boring old furniture and have fun playing Ping Pong Pan!
  • 13:15
    All For Kids
    Squishy Science & Drum Kit
    Squishy Science & Drum Kit
    Jameson makes marshmallows shrink and grow. Madi makes garden bells. Christian makes a drum kit. And Lindsay makes delicious silly slices.
  • 13:45
    All For Kids
    Windsock & Fruit Bouquet
    Windsock & Fruit Bouquet
    Jameson demonstrates how a windsock works. Madi makes a garden path. Christian goes fishing. And Lindsay makes a fruit bouquet.
  • 14:15
    Infotoy
    Skateboard
    Skateboard
    A board on wheels turned out to be a cult thing for millions. What are olli, flip and grind? How does skateboarding relate to surfing?
  • 14:25
    Infotoy
    Toy Soldiers
    Toy Soldiers
    None of the generals of the ancient world did without an army of toy soldiers. Learn about the rise to popularity of this wonderful toy.
  • 14:45
    Sports Lab
    Freestyle Skiing
    Freestyle Skiing
    Charlie is working to get maximum air out of the half pipe with a little help from guest pro Drew and some tips on centripetal acceleration.
  • 15:00
    Sports Lab
    Lacrosse
    Lacrosse
    Lindyn is a lacrosse player. Dr. Heather sends guest pro Kelsey to demonstrate how torque and the axis of rotation can supercharge a shot.
  • 15:15
    Mily Miss Questions
    Want a laugh?
    Want a laugh?
    Mily plays wih Maceo’s skateboard and bumps into a statue. Everybody laughs but Mily doesn’t think it's funny. Does she lack humour?
  • 15:25
    Mily Miss Questions
    The big competition
    The big competition
    Tim asks all the friends to design a new pair of rubber boots. What strategies can they use to get their ideas accross?
  • 15:35
    Mily Miss Questions
    Promise
    Promise
    When their dad can't go to the Luna Park with them because of work, Mily and Lola are disappointed. How can he just break his promise?
  • 15:45
    Mindworks
    Visual Deceptions
    Visual Deceptions
    Do you believe in ghosts? While they may be a result of how our brain and eyes respond, we have also learned tricks via science and art.
  • 16:15
    Mindworks
    Altered Views
    Altered Views
    You’ve probably played hide and seek. It's difficult to hide while in plain view. All it may take are a few tricks to alter our perception!
  • 16:45
    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.
  • 17:15
    GEOlino
    India: The World's Biggest School Meal
    India: The World's Biggest School Meal
    Misbah’s family is very poor. Fortunately, there are large school cafeterias which prepare a well-balanced meal for the pupils in India.
  • 17:30
    GEOlino
    Hermitage - The Palace of Cats
    Hermitage - The Palace of Cats
    Over 50 cats call the Hermitage home. But many stray kittens are resettled – such as Peter, who has found a family home out in the country.
  • 17:45
    The History of Art
    Nature and Life: Realism in the Arts in the Mid-19th Century
    Nature and Life: Realism in the Arts in the Mid-19th Century
    In the 1830s, Paris was a driving force of modern landscapes. Artists would gather in a small village, depicting rural scenes with realism.
  • 18:10
    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.
  • 19:35
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Musical Road
    Musical Road
    Albert’s ambitious idea was a road that played a hit song when you drive over this labour intensive device at the correct speed.
  • 20:00
    Tuberculosis: The White Death
    Tuberculosis: The White Death
    Tuberculosis: The White Death
    The film tracks the historical evolution, showcases the destruction, and unravels the science behind tuberculosis.
  • 20:40
    Futuris
    Global Observation
    Global Observation
    Abundant and easy to grow, microalgae are a promising feedstock for the sustainable supply of food and non-food products.
  • 21:00
    The End Of Ageing
    The End of Ageing - Part One
    The End of Ageing - Part One
    Can science help you cheat death? What is our current life expectancy? How does it compare across the world?
  • 21:25
    The End Of Ageing
    The End of Ageing - Part Two
    The End of Ageing - Part Two
    What impact will longer life have on on our finances and societies? How do the current pensions and healthcare compare across the world?
  • 22:00
    Super Science
    Food Farming: USA
    Food Farming: USA
    The human population is growing faster than our ability to produce food naturally. In the US, they're bringing farming into the laboratory.
  • 22:30
    Super Science
    Gesture-based Interaction: Singapore
    Gesture-based Interaction: Singapore
    Are we turning into machines? Or are computers becoming more human? In a Singapore research lab, the difference is becoming hard to tell.
  • 23:00
    Sky Hunters - World of the Dragonfly
    Sky Hunters - World of the Dragonfly
    Sky Hunters - World of the Dragonfly
    See dragonflies as you have never seen them before - before their preferred habitat in and around water diminishes forever.
  • 00:00
    The Code
    Shapes
    Shapes
    Marcus reveals the mysterious code that governs randomness and explores how this could be the key to Jackson Pollock and movie animations.
  • 01:00
    This is Civilisation
    Save Our Souls
    Save Our Souls
    Matthew Collings follows the visionary Victorian who thought art could be the solution to the modern industrial society - John Ruskin.
  • 02:00
    This is Civilisation
    Uncertainty
    Uncertainty
    In the final episode Matthew Collings argues modern art has always tried to show us as we are: free, confused, and above all uncertain.
  • 03:00
    The Code
    Numbers
    Numbers
    Marcus du Sautoy reveals a hidden numerical code that underpins all nature, governing everything on our planet and beyond.
  • 04:00
    The Code
    Prediction
    Prediction
    Marcus enters the strange world of what happens next, discovering that the answer to life, the universe and everything isn’t 42 - it’s 1.15.
  • 05:00
    Super Science
    Marine Science: Australia
    Marine Science: Australia
    Australia is on the frontlines of the fight against Global Warming, so scientists there are finding innovative ways to confront it.
  • 05:30
    Super Science
    Unmanned Military Vehicles: Israel
    Unmanned Military Vehicles: Israel
    Israel has one of the most advanced militaries in the world. But in the not-too-distant future, one-third of their forces will be robots.
  • 06:00
    Explorer Express
    Like Clockwork
    Like Clockwork
    How many spikes does a hedgehog have? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 06:25
    Explorer Express
    Kaleidoscopic Mission
    Kaleidoscopic Mission
    How can you keep your groceries cold without putting them in the fridge? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 06:50
    Spellz
    Aces are Wild
    Aces are Wild
    Jay uses the aces from a deck of cards and goes wild with the magic tricks!
  • 07:05
    Gastroblast
    French Onion Soup
    French Onion Soup
    French onion soup requires onions to be chopped before they’re caramelized to a sweet golden brown. And Link’s eyes are tear-filled!
  • 07:20
    Gastroblast
    Guacamole
    Guacamole
    Link has an idea for guacamole, served with homemade baked tortilla chips. Link learns a trick for ripening avocados fast - with an apple.
  • 07:35
    Finger Tips
    Polar Party
    Polar Party
    Find out how to make a communication station, love hearts using your computer and have a polar party!
  • 07:55
    Finger Tips
    Custom Jeans
    Custom Jeans
    Find out how to customize your jeans, make a springboard bird feeder in under a minute and create a game of darchery!
  • 08:15
    All For Kids
    Up Periscope & Odd Socks Rock
    Up Periscope & Odd Socks Rock
    Lindsay makes a French dish. Christian makes hilarious hand puppets. Madi attracts birds to her garden, and Jameson makes a periscope.
  • 08:45
    All For Kids
    Underwater Streams & Hand Made Hands
    Underwater Streams & Hand Made Hands
    Jameson makes underwater streams, Madi an egg hunt, and Christian hand made hands. Lindsay makes burritos before doing a mexican hat dance!
  • 09:15
    Infotoy
    Mosaic
    Mosaic
    Who are the ancient Sumerians and how did monumental painting originate? What effect do mosaics have on children's creativity?
  • 09:25
    Infotoy
    Hoop
    Hoop
    Who came up with the first hoop? What would happen if you were to twist a hoop for a long time? And why does the world twist but not Japan?
  • 09:35
    Infotoy
    Skip Jack
    Skip Jack
    What is a super ball? What did a chemist do in the lab in his spare time? What does that have to do with the space race?
  • 09:45
    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.
  • 10:00
    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.
  • 10:15
    Mily Miss Questions
    It's raining, it's pouring
    It's raining, it's pouring
    Some of the kids at school suggest finding an artificial way to prevent rain but Mily doesn't believe that's possible. Who is right?
  • 10:25
    Mily Miss Questions
    Calm down
    Calm down
    Maceo, Mily, Leo, and Hugo are playing tag at recess when Maceo and Leo suddenly start to fight. Mily wonders: Why do we fight?
  • 10:35
    Mily Miss Questions
    Garden of secrets
    Garden of secrets
    Lola walks around naked while the babysitter is in the house. Luc is embarrassed but Mily doesn't get it: Why are we all so modest?
  • 10:45
    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!
  • 11:10
    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!
  • 11:35
    Spellz
    Belly Laughs
    Belly Laughs
    Get ready for lots of chuckles, guffaws, chortles and hilarious magic!
  • 11:50
    Spellz
    Bizarre Balls
    Bizarre Balls
    Follow the magical bouncing balls and prepare to be dazzled as Jay uses them to perform some nifty tricks!
  • 12:05
    Gastroblast
    Tomato Sauce
    Tomato Sauce
    Link prepares a basic tomato sauce for spaghetti. But as he brings the sauce to a boil, Link discovers the sauce is bubbling like a volcano.
  • 12:20
    Gastroblast
    Pancakes
    Pancakes
    Link prepares apple oatmeal pancakes, using baking powder. A science experiment shows how baking powder works in generating fluffy pancakes.
  • 12:35
    Finger Tips
    Herb Nerds
    Herb Nerds
    Find out how to plant friendly herb nerds, turn boring old safety pins into fantastic jewellery and practice your skating skills!
  • 12:55
    Finger Tips
    Miniature Secret Messages
    Miniature Secret Messages
    Find out how to send miniature secret messages, enjoy all the thrills and spills of a race track and more!
  • 13:15
    All For Kids
    Making Rainbows & Wonderful Water
    Making Rainbows & Wonderful Water
    Madi explains why water is so important. Jameson makes rainbows. Christian pitches a painting. And Lindsay makes a cake on a stick.
  • 13:45
    All For Kids
    Swing High Swing Low & Planet YoYo
    Swing High Swing Low & Planet YoYo
    Lindsay makes THE tuna fish sandwich. Madi creates a bird bath. Christian makes a home made yoyo. And Jameson takes science to the park.
  • 14:15
    Infotoy
    Portable Video Games
    Portable Video Games
    Video games are the most popular form of entertainment. When was the first computer game created? How did the console help invent the PC?
  • 14:25
    Infotoy
    Yo-Yo
    Yo-Yo
    Devil on a rope that conquered the world. Where did it come from? How did it become popular? Where did it find use in the modern world?
  • 14:35
    Infotoy
    Kite
    Kite
    A toy, a siege weapon, a meteorological device, a scarecrow or a fishing trick – what is this wonderous thing? How to make a kite?
  • 14:45
    Sports Lab
    Football
    Football
    John wants to throw the perfect spiral. Dr. Heather sends guest pro John Williams to hand off some valuable tips to reduce drag on the ball.
  • 15:00
    Sports Lab
    High Jump
    High Jump
    Nykeem and young track star Jaden are bending over backwards trying to perfect their high jump technique. Dr. Heather expands on science.
  • 15:15
    Mily Miss Questions
    This belongs to Lola
    This belongs to Lola
    Lola doesn't want to share her room with Mily anymore. How can Mily explain to her that she can't have everything she wants?
  • 15:25
    Mily Miss Questions
    Robotop
    Robotop
    Mily can't fall asleep anymore. Her dad starts to read bedtime stories but is so tired that he falls asleep himself. What now?
  • 15:35
    Mily Miss Questions
    Almost perfect
    Almost perfect
    Mily and Juliette admire Pénélope’s gymnastic talents and dream of becoming just as good. But is that really possible?
  • 15:45
    SciQ
    What Would It Be Like To Have Your Own Robot?
    What Would It Be Like To Have Your Own Robot?
    From robot roller coasters to robot watchdogs, to a robot that is so life-like it wants to host the show! Our hosts make mechanical friends.
  • 16:15
    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!
  • 16:25
    Infotoy
    Yo-Yo
    Yo-Yo
    Devil on a rope that conquered the world. Where did it come from? How did it become popular? Where did it find use in the modern world?
  • 16:45
    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.
  • 17:15
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    Static Monstro-city & I Yi-Yi Robot
    Static Monstro-city & I Yi-Yi Robot
    JD and Kent create a laundry monster that rampages through town. And, the Antimatters create a rogue robot.
  • 17:40
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    Burpin' Babies & Backpack Payback
    Burpin' Babies & Backpack Payback
    Kent’s youth serum turns the gang into screaming babies! And, the Antimatters steal JD’s backpack and discover the portable ALVA.
  • 18:05
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    Futile Attraction & Skin Deep
    Futile Attraction & Skin Deep
    Kent turns into a living magnet! And, with his new prosthetic skin, Von Bolt looks like a top model!
  • 18:30
    Artzooka
    Pop-Up Greeting Cards
    Pop-Up Greeting Cards
    Jeremie creates pop-up greeting cards, creates special effects for a movie and makes optical art by using a salad spinner.
  • 19:00
    Artzooka
    Stained Glass Sun Catchers
    Stained Glass Sun Catchers
    Jeremie recycles plastic to create stained glass sun catchers, creates a pillow and builds some crew dudes out of cardboard rolls.
  • 19:30
    Artzooka
    Surprise Joke Painting
    Surprise Joke Painting
    Jeremie makes a funny addition to a painting, creates some magic light gloves with LED's and weaves chip bags into something special.
  • 20:00
    Connected
    Connected
    Connected
    Connected examines the baffling idea of a pervasive law at the core of nature, a fundamental law, governing networks from viruses to people.
  • 20:45
    Futuris
    Self-driving Cars Hit the Road
    Self-driving Cars Hit the Road
    In this episode we test the latest research prototypes of Volvo Cars and Volkswagen. How user-friendly are current-day automated cars?
  • 21:00
    James May's Big Ideas
    Come Fly with Me
    Come Fly with Me
    We’re still reliant on 19th and early 20th century transport solution. Join James to find a better, bolder way of getting about.
  • 22:00
    Fossil Detectives
    West and Wales
    West and Wales
    Visit Wales to bring dinosaurs back to life using evolutionary robotics!
  • 22:30
    Fossil Detectives
    North England
    North England
    Get a rare view of a new fossil discovery on the North East coast of England!
  • 23:00
    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.
  • 00:00
    Tuberculosis: The White Death
    Tuberculosis: The White Death
    Tuberculosis: The White Death
    The film tracks the historical evolution, showcases the destruction, and unravels the science behind tuberculosis.
  • 00:40
    Futuris
    Global Observation
    Global Observation
    Abundant and easy to grow, microalgae are a promising feedstock for the sustainable supply of food and non-food products.
  • 01:00
    The End Of Ageing
    The End of Ageing - Part One
    The End of Ageing - Part One
    Can science help you cheat death? What is our current life expectancy? How does it compare across the world?
  • 01:25
    The End Of Ageing
    The End of Ageing - Part Two
    The End of Ageing - Part Two
    What impact will longer life have on on our finances and societies? How do the current pensions and healthcare compare across the world?
  • 02:00
    Super Science
    Food Farming: USA
    Food Farming: USA
    The human population is growing faster than our ability to produce food naturally. In the US, they're bringing farming into the laboratory.
  • 02:30
    Super Science
    Gesture-based Interaction: Singapore
    Gesture-based Interaction: Singapore
    Are we turning into machines? Or are computers becoming more human? In a Singapore research lab, the difference is becoming hard to tell.
  • 03:00
    Everyday Miracles
    Home
    Home
    Explores the collision between materials, demand and innovation that have brought us the ideal home and met our dreams of consumption.
  • 04:00
    Everyday Miracles
    Away
    Away
    Explore the material transformations that take us out of the home: car and transport, computer and work, fast food and leisure.
  • 05:00
    Fossil Detectives
    Central England
    Central England
    Enjoy an exclusive interview with Sir David Attenborough where he recalls his early days as a fossil hunter in central England.
  • 05:30
    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.