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Vibrobot
Vibration is the idea behind a shaky vibrobot – one maxed out enough so Phil can ride it! Plus, suspending water in mid-air and lasers!

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Hot Air Balloon
A home-made hot air balloon gets turned into a floating monstrosity! Plus, Phil wears a suit of blubber and gets into a tub of ice water.

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  • 06:00
    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.
  • 06:30
    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.
  • 06:45
    SciQ
    How High Can I Jump? How Fast Can I Run?
    How High Can I Jump? How Fast Can I Run?
    What are our limits? We look at human performance, high tech training tools, then we meet and compete with the world’s fastest human.
  • 07:15
    SciQ
    Playing With Food
    Playing With Food
    Food’s not just for the dinner plate. In this show we wear it, send it into space, build robots with it and learn how to fool taste buds.
  • 07:45
    SciQ
    How Can We Warm Up Winter Fun?
    How Can We Warm Up Winter Fun?
    We join the hunt for the perfect single snowflake and turn ice into works of art while our hosts learn to build a monster snow fort.
  • 08:15
    Science Max
    Paper Airplane
    Paper Airplane
    Phil tries to make a giant paper airplane to see if it will still fly. Plus, terminal velocity and indoor tornadoes!
  • 08:40
    Science Max
    All About Balance
    All About Balance
    Phil balances on a tightrope using science. Plus, he walks the tightrope then designs a gyroscopic stabilization backpack.
  • 09:05
    Science Max
    Drag Racer
    Drag Racer
    Phil builds a maxed out drag racer. Plus, Newton’s laws, pulling a tablecloth without breaking dishes and a caveman breaking down a door.
  • 09:30
    Science Max
    Earthquake-Proof
    Earthquake-Proof
    Phil tries to build a tower strong enough to withstand an earthquake. Plus, balancing on wood, and getting sucked into sand!
  • 10:00
    Full Proof
    Friction
    Friction
    Dutch Britt is a talented speed skater. In this episode, she finds out how it's possible to take off on a surface that's so slippery.
  • 10:15
    Full Proof
    Levers and pulleys
    Levers and pulleys
    Dutch Senna experiments with levers. She builds a secret drawer that can only be opened with a lever and cracks a walnut with a door.
  • 10:30
    Mily Miss Questions
    To work
    To work
    When Mily and her mom prepare Lola's surprise birthday party, her mom is called away by her boss. Mily wonders: Why is work so important?
  • 10:40
    Mily Miss Questions
    A,E,I,OW,U
    A,E,I,OW,U
    Mily is up against Maceo in an important spelling competition but has a major toothache. She wonders: Why is it that we feel pain?
  • 10:50
    Look Kool
    Projectiles in Sports
    Projectiles in Sports
    Hamza tries to juggle a football, a baseball, and a hockey puck but quickly loses control. Each has a different size and shape. Why?
  • 11:15
    Look Kool
    Symmetry
    Symmetry
    Hamza has an irresistible urge to straighten two framed portraits, to make them match. How come? Because the human brain loves symmetry!
  • 11:40
    Look Kool
    Trusses
    Trusses
    Hamza wonders why so many structures, like bridges, are made of interlocking triangles.
  • 12:05
    Look Kool
    Spheres
    Spheres
    Hamza wonders why bubbles are round. To find out, we make a bubble explosion, turn kids into soccer balls, and throw water into outer space.
  • 12:30
    Artzooka
    Photo Print
    Photo Print
    Jeremie makes a print out of a photograph, a windsock out of chips bags and some animals out of pipe cleaners.
  • 13:00
    Artzooka
    Talking Door Alarm
    Talking Door Alarm
    Jeremie shows how to make a talking door alarm, paint a lunchbox to look like it’s made of rocks and use a scanner to create cool art.
  • 13:30
    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!
  • 14:00
    Artzooka
    Scanzooka!
    Scanzooka!
    Jeremie shows you how to make prints, how to create your own version of Russian nesting dolls, and how to make a 3D avatar out of cardboard.
  • 14:30
    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.
  • 14:45
    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.
  • 15:00
    GEOlino
    The Elephants of Mount Kenya
    The Elephants of Mount Kenya
    There is a nature preserve for 2,000 elephants around Mount Kenya. The animals destroy the harvest but are repeatedly killed by poachers.
  • 15:15
    GEOlino
    The Arctic: A Boy Becomes a Hunter
    The Arctic: A Boy Becomes a Hunter
    The Inuit in the north of Greenland still subsist by hunting seals and polar bears. However, fewer and fewer boys want to become hunters.
  • 15:30
    The History of Art
    A Passionate Era: Baroque Art in the 17th Century
    A Passionate Era: Baroque Art in the 17th Century
    In the 17th century, a new development in architecture and decoration emerged. Baroque style was a disparagement to Renaissance.
  • 15:55
    The History of Art
    A Mirror of Nature
    A Mirror of Nature
    In the 17th century, Dutch painters sought to create paintings which would stay 'true to life'. Art began to meet the needs of the public.
  • 16:20
    The History of Art
    Rationality and Sumptuousness: Rococo Art and Academic Art in the 18th Century
    Rationality and Sumptuousness: Rococo Art and Academic Art in the 18th Century
    Classicists advocated rationalism, aspiring harmony. In 1637, French Academy was founded, bringing about the emergence of academic art.
  • 16:45
    Mindworks
    Visual Perception
    Visual Perception
    You’ll never know what is hiding behind or beneath the images you see. First impressions may last, but remember, they aren’t always right!
  • 17:15
    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.
  • 17:45
    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!
  • 18:15
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Fruit Picker Upper
    Fruit Picker Upper
    Cole, aged 10, decided to invent a machine that will do pear picking for him, a remote controlled fruit picker upper machine.
  • 18:40
    Let's Get Inventin'
    WCREA
    WCREA
    Sam, aged 10, invented a fetch robot that climbs onto the roof by remote control with its large robotic arm and claw stretching out.
  • 19:05
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Final
    Final
    Which young inventor will win the $10,000 patent prize package? From the nine inventions in this series, judges pick a winning invention.
  • 19:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Rocket Skates
    Rocket Skates
    With the help of a few adult Rocket Scientists, Adam builds a pair of real jet powered ice skates.
  • 20:00
    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.
  • 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
    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.
  • 23:00
    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!
  • 00:00
    Story of Electricity
    Spark
    Spark
    Explore what happened when the first real concerted effort was made to understand electricity!
  • 01:00
    Story of Electricity
    The Age of Invention
    The Age of Invention
    Explore how scientists and engineers unlocked the nature of electricity in an extraordinary century of innovation and invention.
  • 02:00
    Mystery of Matter
    Out of Thin Air
    Out of Thin Air
    One of science’s great odd couples discover oxygen, overturning the reigning theory of chemistry and triggering a search for new elements.
  • 03:00
    Chasing Longevity
    Train Your Brain
    Train Your Brain
    We find out what happens in our brains as we get older and what we can do to stay mentally fit as we age.
  • 03:30
    Chasing Longevity
    Grow Old With Me
    Grow Old With Me
    We’re often told that we should exercise more, we shouldn’t overeat, we shouldn’t smoke. But do you ever hear that we should interact more?
  • 04:00
    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.
  • 05:00
    The Code
    Numbers
    Numbers
    Marcus du Sautoy reveals a hidden numerical code that underpins all nature, governing everything on our planet and beyond.
  • 06:00
    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.
  • 06:30
    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.
  • 06:45
    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.
  • 07:10
    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.
  • 07:35
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Veggie Blaster
    Veggie Blaster
    Fraser, aged 9, has designed a veggie blaster that will fire the veggies into the mouth, making it into a game.
  • 08:00
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Dart Sucker
    Dart Sucker
    Joel, aged 13, loves having Nerf wars. His invention is a backpack that sucks the darts up through his shoes and feeds his Nerf Blaster.
  • 08:30
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
    Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
    Mati and Dada select a costume for the eccentric painter de Toulouse-Lautrec, who plans on spending a night at the Moulin Rouge in Paris.
  • 08:40
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Kasimir Malevich
    Kasimir Malevich
    A bad case of hiccups introduces Mati and Dada to the abstract, Supremacist art work of Russian painter Malevich.
  • 08:50
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Giacomo Balla
    Giacomo Balla
    Mati and Dada smack into a Futurist Banquet of the senses. Mmmm!
  • 09:00
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Peter Brueghel
    Peter Brueghel
    Ready or not, here I come! A game of hide-and-seek leads Mati and Dada to the atelier of one of the world’s greatest artists.
  • 09:10
    Finger Tips
    CD Picture Frames
    CD Picture Frames
    Find out how to create a gift with a spooky secret and transform old CD cases into picture frames!
  • 09:30
    Finger Tips
    Seaside Shower Curtain
    Seaside Shower Curtain
    Find out how to make a trinket holder, a stylish seaside shower curtain, and check out the latest in jazzy jewellery – which you can eat!
  • 09:50
    Finger Tips
    Mobile Holder
    Mobile Holder
    Find out how to make flowers and create a holder for a mobile from an old sock!
  • 10:10
    Finger Tips
    Notice Board Makeover
    Notice Board Makeover
    Find out how to give a notice board a makeover and transform rubbish into a tropical money box!
  • 10:30
    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?
  • 10:40
    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.
  • 10:50
    Quirky Science
    Rubber
    Rubber
    Explore the historical development of rubber and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
  • 11:20
    Quirky Science
    Canning
    Canning
    Explore the historical development of canning and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
  • 13:20
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    Helium Buffoons & When It Rains It Pours
    Helium Buffoons & When It Rains It Pours
    The Antimatters fill the Edison complex with helium. And, Angie invents a machine that can change the weather.
  • 13:45
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    Great Bouncing Eyeballs & Rocket to the Moon
    Great Bouncing Eyeballs & Rocket to the Moon
    The Secret Lab Kids grow fantastical eyeballs and bounce all over town! And, Von Bolt accidentally destroys the museum’s new moon rock.
  • 14:10
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    Nicky's Compass & Gem of a Deal
    Nicky's Compass & Gem of a Deal
    The Secret Lab Kids must build a conventional compass to help some hikers. They then help Nicky's gran save her home by learning about gems.
  • 14:35
    Finding Stuff Out
    Investigation
    Investigation
    Someone took a bite out of Harrison’s cheese sandwich! Harrison brings in a detective and a forensics expert to collect evidence and clues.
  • 15:00
    Finding Stuff Out
    Rocks
    Rocks
    Harrison wants to find out if he can really make gems from charcoal or gold from lead. But other kinds of rocks are cool too - meteorites!
  • 15:25
    Finding Stuff Out
    Tails
    Tails
    Harrison’s computer says people have tails. Harrison invites animal experts who bring over a live kangaroo, skunk, marten, and more animals.
  • 15:50
    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.
  • 16:15
    SciQ
    Living Underwater
    Living Underwater
    Our hosts learn to play hockey underwater, dive without tanks on one breath, and visit a research laboratory on the ocean floor.
  • 16:45
    SciQ
    What is Sound?
    What is Sound?
    Exploring the science of sound as our host prepares to audition for the lead singer’s job with a rock band.
  • 17:15
    SciQ
    How Do You Make Movie Magic?
    How Do You Make Movie Magic?
    Our hosts explore special effects - make up, sound effects, stunt school and pyrotechnics. They discover the secrets of fooling the camera.
  • 17:45
    Science Max
    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!
  • 18:10
    Science Max
    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!
  • 18:35
    Science Max
    Vibrobot
    Vibrobot
    Vibration is the idea behind a shaky vibrobot – one maxed out enough so Phil can ride it! Plus, suspending water in mid-air and lasers!
  • 19:00
    Science Max
    Hot Air Balloon
    Hot Air Balloon
    A home-made hot air balloon gets turned into a floating monstrosity! Plus, Phil wears a suit of blubber and gets into a tub of ice water.
  • 19:30
    Full Proof
    Water
    Water
    San Dar lives in a house on stilts in a lake in Myanmar. In this episode, she finds out how to win every water game she plays with friends!
  • 19:45
    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?
  • 20:00
    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!
  • 21:00
    Mechanical Marvels: Clockwork Dreams
    Mechanical Marvels: Clockwork Dreams
    Mechanical Marvels: Clockwork Dreams
    Explore the bizarre history of automata ¬ mechanical marvels from the pre-industrial age, made to mimic life, and see them come to life.
  • 22:00
    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.
  • 22:45
    Futuris
    Greenland's Water Mystery
    Greenland's Water Mystery
    Is Greenland's ice sheet melting? If so, how fast? Are there lakes 3000 meters below? Is there life under the ice?
  • 23:00
    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.
  • 23:45
    Futuris
    Diabetes Puzzle
    Diabetes Puzzle
    Insulin-dependent diabetes is on the rise all around the world. One theory suggests sterile environments weaken our immune systems.
  • 00:00
    Great Dreamers
    Free Energy of Tesla
    Free Energy of Tesla
    This film tells the story of Nikola Tesla's eventful life and his pioneering research on physics and electricity.
  • 01:00
    Story of Electricity
    Revelations and Revolutions
    Revelations and Revolutions
    As our understanding of electricity has increased, so has our reliance upon it. And today we’re on the brink of a new breakthrough…
  • 02:00
    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.
  • 03:00
    Chasing Happiness
    Happiness on the Run
    Happiness on the Run
    Adrian goes into the science behind exercise and happiness. What happens physiologically when we exercise? What is a runner's high?
  • 03:30
    Chasing Happiness
    Happiness is an Inside Job
    Happiness is an Inside Job
    Are certain people more resilient to stress and thus happier? Adrian undergoes a brain imaging exercise to explore coping with stress.
  • 04:00
    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!
  • 05:00
    Mechanical Marvels: Clockwork Dreams
    Mechanical Marvels: Clockwork Dreams
    Mechanical Marvels: Clockwork Dreams
    Explore the bizarre history of automata ¬ mechanical marvels from the pre-industrial age, made to mimic life, and see them come to life.
  • 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!
  • 06:00
    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
    Newton
    Newton
    Meet one of the most influential men in human history: Isaac Newton. Learn more about his groundbreaking discoveries...
  • 07:00
    Spellz
    Mind Blowing Mathemagic
    Mind Blowing Mathemagic
    Jay combines magic and mind reading and presents some mind blowing mathemagic!
  • 07:15
    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.
  • 07:30
    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.
  • 07:45
    Marvi Hammer
    Blue Whales and the Lion Family
    Blue Whales and the Lion Family
    Meet lions, known as the king of the African savannah, and learn more about the giant blue whale.
  • 08:15
    Marvi Hammer
    Endangered Lemurs and Underwater Seaplanes
    Endangered Lemurs and Underwater Seaplanes
    Is it possible to 'fly' under water? And what special animals live on the island of Madagascar? Find out now with Marvi!
  • 08:45
    Brilliant Creatures
    Pet Snakes
    Pet Snakes
    Having a pet snake can be fun as long as you follow a few basic rules. Plus, we find Stephen challenged to perform a dance with tiny horses.
  • 09:00
    Brilliant Creatures
    Painting Otter
    Painting Otter
    This famous otter is making quite a bit of money selling original paintings. Plus, we meet a South African who opened his own safari park.
  • 09:15
    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.
  • 09:30
    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.
  • 09:45
    All For Kids
    Bubble Gobble & Chopper Landings
    Bubble Gobble & Chopper Landings
    Christian makes helicopters. Madi pots the sleeping plant. Jameson takes us on a bubble gobble adventure. Lindsay makes alphabet pikelets.
  • 10:15
    All For Kids
    Happy Apples & Spinning Pinwheels
    Happy Apples & Spinning Pinwheels
    Christian makes clothes peg catapults. Madi makes spinning pinwheels. Jameson makes happy apples. And Lindsay bakes banana bread.
  • 10:45
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Ford & the Invention of the Motorcar
    Ford & the Invention of the Motorcar
    Get the interesting story of the man who invented 'the assembly line' and the owner of Ford Motor Company: Henry Ford.
  • 11:15
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Aviation
    Aviation
    When did it become possible for human to fly aeroplanes? It's all about the history of aviation in this episode!
  • 11:45
    Spellz
    A Most Amazing Hat
    A Most Amazing Hat
    Some spectacular magic from Jay and an incredible story about a most amazing hat!
  • 12:00
    Spellz
    Return of the Mathemagician
    Return of the Mathemagician
    More amazing mathemagic from Jay!
  • 12:15
    Gastroblast
    Pickles
    Pickles
    Most people think pickles are a vegetable, but they’re a process. Link demonstrates how to prepare pickling jars as well as vegetables.
  • 12:30
    Gastroblast
    Fish Tacos
    Fish Tacos
    Link shows how to create a light golden brown crust on the fish through proper searing, which is due the Maillard Reaction.
  • 12:45
    Marvi Hammer
    Fire Fighting Aeroplanes and River Otters
    Fire Fighting Aeroplanes and River Otters
    In this episode, Marvi takes a look at fire-fighting aeroplanes and very naughty river otters, who have been raised by humans.
  • 13:15
    Marvi Hammer
    The Bee Man and Zebras
    The Bee Man and Zebras
    In this episode, Marvi and his world reporters take a look at zebras and a man who loves bees!
  • 13:45
    Brilliant Creatures
    Feeding Time at the Sharkpool
    Feeding Time at the Sharkpool
    The great cannibals of the sea, sharks, star in today's show. Plus, find out what kind of brain teasers can get your garden birds thinking.
  • 14:00
    Brilliant Creatures
    Hypnotizing Chickens
    Hypnotizing Chickens
    The ever-dangerous crocodile comes for a visit, and we recreate the infamous death roll. Plus, we even try to hypnotize chickens.
  • 14:15
    Sports Lab
    Skateboarding
    Skateboarding
    David is a young skater looking to kick his tricks up a notch. Together with guest pro Erik, David learns about power of thrust and drag.
  • 14:30
    Sports Lab
    Cricket
    Cricket
    Cricket star Darius D’Souza mentors two friends who share a keen passion for the game. Dr. Heather breaks down Darius’ wicked swing bowl.
  • 14:45
    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.
  • 15:15
    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.
  • 15:45
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Fruit Picker Upper
    Fruit Picker Upper
    Cole, aged 10, decided to invent a machine that will do pear picking for him, a remote controlled fruit picker upper machine.
  • 16:10
    Let's Get Inventin'
    WCREA
    WCREA
    Sam, aged 10, invented a fetch robot that climbs onto the roof by remote control with its large robotic arm and claw stretching out.
  • 16:35
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Final
    Final
    Which young inventor will win the $10,000 patent prize package? From the nine inventions in this series, judges pick a winning invention.
  • 17:00
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Rocket Skates
    Rocket Skates
    With the help of a few adult Rocket Scientists, Adam builds a pair of real jet powered ice skates.
  • 17:30
    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.
  • 17:45
    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.
  • 18:00
    GEOlino
    The Elephants of Mount Kenya
    The Elephants of Mount Kenya
    There is a nature preserve for 2,000 elephants around Mount Kenya. The animals destroy the harvest but are repeatedly killed by poachers.
  • 18:15
    GEOlino
    The Arctic: A Boy Becomes a Hunter
    The Arctic: A Boy Becomes a Hunter
    The Inuit in the north of Greenland still subsist by hunting seals and polar bears. However, fewer and fewer boys want to become hunters.
  • 18:30
    Mily Miss Questions
    To work
    To work
    When Mily and her mom prepare Lola's surprise birthday party, her mom is called away by her boss. Mily wonders: Why is work so important?
  • 18:40
    Mily Miss Questions
    A,E,I,OW,U
    A,E,I,OW,U
    Mily is up against Maceo in an important spelling competition but has a major toothache. She wonders: Why is it that we feel pain?
  • 18:50
    Mily Miss Questions
    Recipe of success
    Recipe of success
    When Mily gets some good grades in school her dad tells her she can become very successful in life. Mily wonders: What does success entail?
  • 19:00
    Quirky Science
    Rubber
    Rubber
    Explore the historical development of rubber and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
  • 19:30
    Quirky Science
    Canning
    Canning
    Explore the historical development of canning and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
  • 20:00
    How to Build
    A Super Car
    A Super Car
    See how Formula One racing team McLaren is now building a road car using some of their F1 technology!
  • 21:00
    How to Build
    A Satellite
    A Satellite
    This programme shows step-by-step how to assemble one of the most complicated machines in the world!
  • 22:00
    Chasing Longevity
    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.
  • 22:30
    Chasing Longevity
    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.
  • 23:00
    e² Design
    The Green Machine
    The Green Machine
    Mayor Richard Daley takes viewers on a tour through Chicago, and showcases his mission to make it “the greenest city in America.”
  • 23:30
    e² Design
    Grey to Green
    Grey to Green
    Paul Pedini had the idea to build his own home from Boston's “Big Dig” construction refuse, and sparked plans to create an office complex.
  • 00:00
    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?
  • 00:50
    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.
  • 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
    Maps: Colouring in the Black Sea
    Maps: Colouring in the Black Sea
    Microscopic molecules and huge computer grids both build up huge scientific databases of global ecosystems. But it's a tricky process.
  • 02:00
    Fossil Detectives
    East of England
    East of England
    Come discover the story behind the world's largest and most complete mammoth skeleton!
  • 02:30
    Fossil Detectives
    Scotland
    Scotland
    Go fossil hunting in Scotland's Loch Ness and fish for strange, ancient armoured creatures.
  • 03:00
    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.
  • 04:00
    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!
  • 05:00
    Chasing Longevity
    Train Your Brain
    Train Your Brain
    We find out what happens in our brains as we get older and what we can do to stay mentally fit as we age.
  • 05:30
    Chasing Longevity
    Grow Old With Me
    Grow Old With Me
    We’re often told that we should exercise more, we shouldn’t overeat, we shouldn’t smoke. But do you ever hear that we should interact more?
  • 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
    Lavoisier & Chemistry
    Lavoisier & Chemistry
    The discoverer of oxygen, Antoine Lavoisier and his other amazing discoveries is the topic of this episode.
  • 07:00
    Spellz
    A Bag of Tricks
    A Bag of Tricks
    Jay has a bag of tricks and that means plenty of incredible magic!
  • 07:15
    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!
  • 07:30
    Gastroblast
    Tzatziki
    Tzatziki
    Link has a great recipe for Tzatziki, using the remaining yogurt in the carton as his active culture, demonstrating sterilizing techniques.
  • 07:45
    Marvi Hammer
    The Language of Dolphins and Dolphin Photographers
    The Language of Dolphins and Dolphin Photographers
    Learn all about dolphin’s secret language and photographic skills as we dive deep into the oceans!
  • 08:15
    Marvi Hammer
    Jungle Photographer and Wild Horses in Namibia
    Jungle Photographer and Wild Horses in Namibia
    What kind of animals live in the desert? The world reporters are on the search for the world biggest butterfly - will they find it?
  • 08:45
    Brilliant Creatures
    Neck like an Umbrella
    Neck like an Umbrella
    Having a neck like an umbrella can certainly lead to some pretty peculiar behaviors. Plus, some slithery, scaly guests stop by the studio.
  • 09:00
    Brilliant Creatures
    Tails that Talk
    Tails that Talk
    Did you know that some animals have tails that can talk? Plus, visit the world of the little rabbit and see what it takes to charm a cobra.
  • 09:15
    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.
  • 09:30
    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.
  • 09:45
    All For Kids
    Ice Cold Science & Ice Cream Igloos
    Ice Cold Science & Ice Cream Igloos
    Jameson does ice-based experiments. Lindsay makes ice-cream igloos. Madi makes a tin can alley. And Christian makes footprint family cards.
  • 10:15
    All For Kids
    Thumbs Up & Hot Doggies
    Thumbs Up & Hot Doggies
    Christian decorates shoes. Madi makes a garden game of Tic Tac Toe. Jameson explores the wonder of thumbs. And Lindsay makes hot doggies.
  • 10:45
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Marie Curie
    Marie Curie
    Marie Curie was a physicist and chemist. She was a pioneer in the field of radioactivity and honored with two Nobel Prizes.
  • 11:15
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Darwin & Evolution
    Darwin & Evolution
    How we would understand the world without Charles Darwin's modern evolutionary theory? Learn more about him and his discoveries.
  • 11:45
    Spellz
    Dynamic Dice
    Dynamic Dice
    Using everyday dice, Jay teaches Bridget some dazzling magic!
  • 12:00
    Spellz
    Hand Shadow Hijinx
    Hand Shadow Hijinx
    Handy Jay uses his hands to make magic…
  • 12:15
    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.
  • 12:30
    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.
  • 12:45
    Marvi Hammer
    White Bellied Sea Eagles and on the Hunt for a Tornado
    White Bellied Sea Eagles and on the Hunt for a Tornado
    Marvi elevates into the sky to track tornados while the world reporters are on the lookout for majestic sea-eagles. Watch their fun here!
  • 13:15
    Marvi Hammer
    Iceland and Volcano Photographers
    Iceland and Volcano Photographers
    In this special issue, it’s all about volcanoes. How can volcanoes exist under snow and ice? And how hot do they get?
  • 13:45
    Brilliant Creatures
    Hatching Baby Sharks
    Hatching Baby Sharks
    That's really a shark hatching from the Mermaid's purse. Two adorable jaguar cubs visit the studio, and we take our first trip to America.
  • 14:00
    Brilliant Creatures
    Alligator in the Garden
    Alligator in the Garden
    What exactly is a raccoon dog? Plus, on our second trip to America, we discover an alligator comfortably living in a Miami man's garden.
  • 14:15
    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.
  • 14:30
    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.
  • 14:45
    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.
  • 15:15
    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.
  • 15:45
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
    Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
    Mati and Dada select a costume for the eccentric painter de Toulouse-Lautrec, who plans on spending a night at the Moulin Rouge in Paris.
  • 15:55
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Kasimir Malevich
    Kasimir Malevich
    A bad case of hiccups introduces Mati and Dada to the abstract, Supremacist art work of Russian painter Malevich.
  • 16:05
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Giacomo Balla
    Giacomo Balla
    Mati and Dada smack into a Futurist Banquet of the senses. Mmmm!
  • 16:15
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Peter Brueghel
    Peter Brueghel
    Ready or not, here I come! A game of hide-and-seek leads Mati and Dada to the atelier of one of the world’s greatest artists.
  • 16:25
    Science Max
    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!
  • 16:50
    Science Max
    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!
  • 17:15
    Science Max
    Vibrobot
    Vibrobot
    Vibration is the idea behind a shaky vibrobot – one maxed out enough so Phil can ride it! Plus, suspending water in mid-air and lasers!
  • 17:40
    Science Max
    Hot Air Balloon
    Hot Air Balloon
    A home-made hot air balloon gets turned into a floating monstrosity! Plus, Phil wears a suit of blubber and gets into a tub of ice water.
  • 18:10
    SciQ
    Living Underwater
    Living Underwater
    Our hosts learn to play hockey underwater, dive without tanks on one breath, and visit a research laboratory on the ocean floor.
  • 18:40
    SciQ
    What is Sound?
    What is Sound?
    Exploring the science of sound as our host prepares to audition for the lead singer’s job with a rock band.
  • 19:10
    SciQ
    How Do You Make Movie Magic?
    How Do You Make Movie Magic?
    Our hosts explore special effects - make up, sound effects, stunt school and pyrotechnics. They discover the secrets of fooling the camera.
  • 19:40
    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?
  • 19:50
    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.
  • 20:00
    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.
  • 21:00
    e² Intervention Architecture
    e² Intervention Architecture
    e² Intervention Architecture
    Intervention Architecture explores architecture that creates positive change economically, culturally, environmentally and socially.
  • 22:00
    Chasing Happiness
    Eye Ball Happiness
    Eye Ball Happiness
    This episode sees Adrian undergoing a retinal test. He is also blind folded for an entire morning. Our eyes are our window to happiness.
  • 22:30
    Chasing Happiness
    Happily Ever After
    Happily Ever After
    Adrian discovers how he reacts to music. And humans are the only laughing species. So why don’t we all laugh a little more?
  • 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
    How to Build
    A Super Car
    A Super Car
    See how Formula One racing team McLaren is now building a road car using some of their F1 technology!
  • 01:00
    How to Build
    A Satellite
    A Satellite
    This programme shows step-by-step how to assemble one of the most complicated machines in the world!
  • 02:00
    Chasing Longevity
    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.
  • 02:30
    Chasing Longevity
    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.
  • 03:00
    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.
  • 03:45
    Futuris
    Greenland's Water Mystery
    Greenland's Water Mystery
    Is Greenland's ice sheet melting? If so, how fast? Are there lakes 3000 meters below? Is there life under the ice?
  • 04:00
    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.
  • 04:45
    Futuris
    Diabetes Puzzle
    Diabetes Puzzle
    Insulin-dependent diabetes is on the rise all around the world. One theory suggests sterile environments weaken our immune systems.
  • 05:00
    Chasing Happiness
    Happiness on the Run
    Happiness on the Run
    Adrian goes into the science behind exercise and happiness. What happens physiologically when we exercise? What is a runner's high?
  • 05:30
    Chasing Happiness
    Happiness is an Inside Job
    Happiness is an Inside Job
    Are certain people more resilient to stress and thus happier? Adrian undergoes a brain imaging exercise to explore coping with stress.
  • 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
    Faraday & Electricity
    Faraday & Electricity
    It's all about electricity and one of the field's greatest contributors: Michael Faraday.
  • 07:00
    Spellz
    Brain Power
    Brain Power
    The power of the mind helps Jay pull off some really tricky magic!
  • 07:15
    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.
  • 07:30
    Gastroblast
    Pancakes
    Pancakes
    Link prepares apple oatmeal pancakes, using baking powder. A science experiment shows how baking powder works in generating fluffy pancakes.
  • 07:45
    Marvi Hammer
    Penguins and Scorpions
    Penguins and Scorpions
    You better wear your mittens when Marvi and his world reporters visit funny penguins and dangerous scorpions!
  • 08:15
    Marvi Hammer
    Orcas and a Kayak Tour
    Orcas and a Kayak Tour
    In this episode, Marvi and his world reporters take a look at orcas and take a thrilling kayak ride in Mexico.
  • 08:45
    Brilliant Creatures
    Incredible Flexible Octopus
    Incredible Flexible Octopus
    An octopus is one of the most flexible creatures on the planet. Plus, see what the raccoon and red fox find so lovable about rubbish.
  • 09:00
    Brilliant Creatures
    Fox Spotting
    Fox Spotting
    Fox spotting can become an easy at-home activity, if you know how. We'll show you. Plus, can you ever get over a fear of snakes?
  • 09:15
    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.
  • 09:30
    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.
  • 09:45
    All For Kids
    Ramp Race & Light Up Lantern
    Ramp Race & Light Up Lantern
    Madi makes a merry maypole. Christian makes light up lanterns. Jameson has fun in a ramp race. And Lindsay makes mighty meat pies.
  • 10:15
    All For Kids
    Sounds of String & Bark Art
    Sounds of String & Bark Art
    Lindsay makes a pyjama shake. Madi makes bark art. Jameson makes the sounds of animals with string. And Christian makes snow globes.
  • 10:45
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Lorenz - Father Of The Geese
    Lorenz - Father Of The Geese
    Lorenz, the Father of the Geese is the subject of this episode.
  • 11:15
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Armstrong - The Moon & Space
    Armstrong - The Moon & Space
    Neil Armstrong was the first man to set foot on the Moon. Find out more about space travels and moon walking in this episode.
  • 11:45
    Spellz
    Acting Up a Magical Storm
    Acting Up a Magical Storm
    Master thespian Jay teaches Bridget tricks that require a dramatic flourish!
  • 12:00
    Spellz
    Who said that?
    Who said that?
    Ventriloquism meets Magic. From talking dogs to sock puppets, the fun never stops!
  • 12:15
    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.
  • 12:30
    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.
  • 12:45
    Marvi Hammer
    Tigers and the Rat Temple
    Tigers and the Rat Temple
    Today, Marvi visits holy rats and keeps track of the Siberian Tiger, the world’s largest wildcat.
  • 13:15
    Marvi Hammer
    King Cobra and Orangutan-orphans
    King Cobra and Orangutan-orphans
    Look out as Marvi introduces you to the world’s most poisonous snake. Also witness how humans raise orphaned orangutans in the jungle.
  • 13:45
    Brilliant Creatures
    Home for a Hedgehog
    Home for a Hedgehog
    Find out the tricks to spotting the differences between the fearsome crocodile and alligator. Plus, find out how to build a hedgehog home.
  • 14:00
    Brilliant Creatures
    The Half-tonne Cat
    The Half-tonne Cat
    We introduce you to some of the most precious-looking puppies in the world, then travel to America to check out the world's largest cat.
  • 14:15
    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.
  • 14:30
    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.
  • 14:45
    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!
  • 15:15
    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.
  • 15:45
    Full Proof
    Water
    Water
    San Dar lives in a house on stilts in a lake in Myanmar. In this episode, she finds out how to win every water game she plays with friends!
  • 16:00
    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?
  • 16:15
    Finding Stuff Out
    Investigation
    Investigation
    Someone took a bite out of Harrison’s cheese sandwich! Harrison brings in a detective and a forensics expert to collect evidence and clues.
  • 16:40
    Finding Stuff Out
    Rocks
    Rocks
    Harrison wants to find out if he can really make gems from charcoal or gold from lead. But other kinds of rocks are cool too - meteorites!
  • 17:05
    Finding Stuff Out
    Tails
    Tails
    Harrison’s computer says people have tails. Harrison invites animal experts who bring over a live kangaroo, skunk, marten, and more animals.
  • 17:30
    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.
  • 18:00
    Artzooka
    Photo Print
    Photo Print
    Jeremie makes a print out of a photograph, a windsock out of chips bags and some animals out of pipe cleaners.
  • 18:30
    Artzooka
    Talking Door Alarm
    Talking Door Alarm
    Jeremie shows how to make a talking door alarm, paint a lunchbox to look like it’s made of rocks and use a scanner to create cool art.
  • 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
    Artzooka
    Scanzooka!
    Scanzooka!
    Jeremie shows you how to make prints, how to create your own version of Russian nesting dolls, and how to make a 3D avatar out of cardboard.
  • 20:00
    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.
  • 21:00
    Codebreaker
    Codebreaker
    Codebreaker
    This is the story of the founding father of computer science, whose genius was overshadowed by his conviction for "gross indecency".
  • 22:00
    Super Science
    Digital Media: Japan
    Digital Media: Japan
    With digital media, the world is more connected than ever. But researchers in Japan believe the digital revolution has only just begun.
  • 22:30
    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.
  • 23:00
    The Code
    Numbers
    Numbers
    Marcus du Sautoy reveals a hidden numerical code that underpins all nature, governing everything on our planet and beyond.
  • 00:00
    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.
  • 01:00
    e² Intervention Architecture
    e² Intervention Architecture
    e² Intervention Architecture
    Intervention Architecture explores architecture that creates positive change economically, culturally, environmentally and socially.
  • 02:00
    Chasing Happiness
    Eye Ball Happiness
    Eye Ball Happiness
    This episode sees Adrian undergoing a retinal test. He is also blind folded for an entire morning. Our eyes are our window to happiness.
  • 02:30
    Chasing Happiness
    Happily Ever After
    Happily Ever After
    Adrian discovers how he reacts to music. And humans are the only laughing species. So why don’t we all laugh a little more?
  • 03:00
    Mystery of Matter
    Out of Thin Air
    Out of Thin Air
    One of science’s great odd couples discover oxygen, overturning the reigning theory of chemistry and triggering a search for new elements.
  • 04:00
    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.
  • 05:00
    Super Science
    Wind Power: China
    Wind Power: China
    Wind is one of the fastest-growing energy sources on the planet. Discover how Chinese researchers are finding new ways to harness its power.
  • 05:30
    Super Science
    City in a Garden: Singapore
    City in a Garden: Singapore
    Go inside Singapore's creation: the world's largest garden. The cutting-edge conservatory is changing the way we think about sustainability.
  • 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
    Pasteur & Micro-Organisms
    Pasteur & Micro-Organisms
    Louis Pasteur was a French chemist and microbiologist. He is best known for his breakthroughs in the causes and preventions of disease.
  • 07:00
    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!
  • 07:15
    Gastroblast
    Bread
    Bread
    Keen to prove the rising power of yeast powerful enough to lift all the other ingredients, Link’s balloon experiment goes a bit too well.
  • 07:30
    Gastroblast
    Devilled Eggs
    Devilled Eggs
    When Link discovers an egg he’s boiled has developed a green ring around the yolk, it’s up to Detective Link to solve this culinary crime.
  • 07:45
    Marvi Hammer
    Camera Seals and Skydiving Photographers
    Camera Seals and Skydiving Photographers
    Come along with Marvi as he shows how seals are turned into cameramen, and presents a photographer, who jumps out of aeroplanes.
  • 08:15
    Marvi Hammer
    Panda Bears and Diving into the Labyrinth
    Panda Bears and Diving into the Labyrinth
    Today Marvi sets off to see the last pandas in the wild and presents divers exploring unknown underwater caves.
  • 08:45
    Brilliant Creatures
    Zebra Stripes
    Zebra Stripes
    Do you know why zebra's have stripes? Here's a hint: they're not just decoration. Plus, do you think an electric eel could power your house?
  • 09:00
    Brilliant Creatures
    Kangaroo Kick
    Kangaroo Kick
    Just how powerful is a kangaroo kick? Plus, we get up close and personal with the biggest predator we could find: the killer whale.
  • 09:15
    Sports Lab
    Waterskiing
    Waterskiing
    With the help of Dr. Heather and guest pro Charlie the team discover that centripetal force can help them go faster than a speeding boat.
  • 09:30
    Sports Lab
    Soccer
    Soccer
    Legendary pro Dwayne De Rosario demonstrates his kicking style. Dr. Heather explains the kinetic energy that makes his kick so powerful.
  • 09:45
    All For Kids
    Happy Hatchlings & Monster Mash
    Happy Hatchlings & Monster Mash
    Lindsay makes monster mash. Christian makes coloured pencil stations. Madi creates a red garden. And Jameson takes a look at hatchlings.
  • 10:15
    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.
  • 10:45
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Mendel & Peas
    Mendel & Peas
    Maestro tells the story of Gregor Mendel and his groundbreaking discoveries.
  • 11:15
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Tomorrow
    Tomorrow
    What is yet to come of great discoveries in the future? The last episode takes a look into the future.
  • 11:45
    Spellz
    Out of Thin Air
    Out of Thin Air
    Jay makes things magically appear from out of the air!
  • 12:00
    Spellz
    A Box of Tricks
    A Box of Tricks
    More amazing magic from Jay and his box of tricks!
  • 12:15
    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.
  • 12:30
    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.
  • 12:45
    Marvi Hammer
    Vampire Bats and Polar Bears
    Vampire Bats and Polar Bears
    In this episode, Marvi and his world reporters take a look at polar bear migration and vampire bats.
  • 13:15
    Marvi Hammer
    Whale Sharks and Mustangs
    Whale Sharks and Mustangs
    Be prepared to be introduced to the wild mustangs of North America and the world’s biggest shark!
  • 13:45
    Brilliant Creatures
    Swimming with Elephants
    Swimming with Elephants
    Find out how to surround yourself in a cloud of butterflies with simple paints and pens. Then, dive into the pool with an African elephant.
  • 14:00
    Brilliant Creatures
    Bull in the Studio
    Bull in the Studio
    The stonefish isn't only known for being ugly; it's also extremely deadly. Plus, a Charolais bull visits the studio, and nothing is safe.
  • 14:15
    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.
  • 14:30
    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.
  • 14:45
    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.
  • 15:15
    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.
  • 15:45
    Mindworks
    Visual Perception
    Visual Perception
    You’ll never know what is hiding behind or beneath the images you see. First impressions may last, but remember, they aren’t always right!
  • 16:15
    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.
  • 16:45
    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!
  • 17:15
    The History of Art
    A Passionate Era: Baroque Art in the 17th Century
    A Passionate Era: Baroque Art in the 17th Century
    In the 17th century, a new development in architecture and decoration emerged. Baroque style was a disparagement to Renaissance.
  • 17:40
    The History of Art
    A Mirror of Nature
    A Mirror of Nature
    In the 17th century, Dutch painters sought to create paintings which would stay 'true to life'. Art began to meet the needs of the public.
  • 18:05
    The History of Art
    Rationality and Sumptuousness: Rococo Art and Academic Art in the 18th Century
    Rationality and Sumptuousness: Rococo Art and Academic Art in the 18th Century
    Classicists advocated rationalism, aspiring harmony. In 1637, French Academy was founded, bringing about the emergence of academic art.
  • 20:00
    Civilisation
    Civilisation
    Amanda explores the world’s first law codes regulating women, and uncovers a group of great women who created their own routes to power.
  • 21:00
    Separation
    Separation
    Amanda explores the role of women under Confucianism, looking at how Asian ideals of feminine virtue cast a shadow across women’s lives.
  • 22:00
    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.
  • 22:30
    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.
  • 23:00
    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!
  • 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
    Codebreaker
    Codebreaker
    Codebreaker
    This is the story of the founding father of computer science, whose genius was overshadowed by his conviction for "gross indecency".
  • 02:00
    Super Science
    Digital Media: Japan
    Digital Media: Japan
    With digital media, the world is more connected than ever. But researchers in Japan believe the digital revolution has only just begun.
  • 02:30
    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.
  • 03:00
    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.
  • 04:00
    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.
  • 05:00
    e² Design
    The Green Machine
    The Green Machine
    Mayor Richard Daley takes viewers on a tour through Chicago, and showcases his mission to make it “the greenest city in America.”
  • 05:30
    e² Design
    Grey to Green
    Grey to Green
    Paul Pedini had the idea to build his own home from Boston's “Big Dig” construction refuse, and sparked plans to create an office complex.
  • 06:00
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Thomas Edison & Applied Science
    Thomas Edison & Applied Science
    The inventor of the light bulb, Thomas Edison, is the subject of this episode.
  • 06:30
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Marconi & Soundwaves
    Marconi & Soundwaves
    What are sound waves? Can they be seen with the bare eye? Find out when Maestro once again shares his amazing stories!
  • 07:00
    Spellz
    Belly Laughs
    Belly Laughs
    Get ready for lots of chuckles, guffaws, chortles and hilarious magic!
  • 07:15
    Gastroblast
    Chicken Fingers
    Chicken Fingers
    Link demonstrates some basic kitchen hygiene while preparing chicken fingers. Raw foods have the potential to host salmonella.
  • 07:30
    Gastroblast
    Sushi
    Sushi
    Sushi is a popular meal comprised of seaweed, fresh vegetables and rice. Link discovers why he needs to use a sticky, short-grain rice.
  • 07:45
    Marvi Hammer
    Chachapoyas and Meerkats
    Chachapoyas and Meerkats
    In this episode, Marvi takes a look at meerkats and accompany a team of scholars searching for the Chachapoyas, an ancient Andean-tribe.
  • 08:15
    Marvi Hammer
    T-Rex Skeleton and Pirate Ships
    T-Rex Skeleton and Pirate Ships
    In this episode, Marvi takea a look at T-Rex Skeletons and pirates! Will they find Black Sam’s famously hidden treasure?
  • 08:45
    Brilliant Creatures
    Killer Whale Check-up
    Killer Whale Check-up
    We give a 6-tonne killer whale a healthy check-up, meet a tailless scorpion, then see just how powerful the incredible edible crab can be.
  • 09:00
    Brilliant Creatures
    Diving with Dolphins
    Diving with Dolphins
    Dive into the deep with dolphins to make sure they're in tip-top shape, then see whether humans really can communicate with wolves.
  • 09:15
    Sports Lab
    Track & Field
    Track & Field
    Anjelina is a young sprinter looking to move faster out of the start. Dr. Heather weighs in on gravity to help them tear up the track.
  • 09:30
    Sports Lab
    Baseball
    Baseball
    Dr. Heather discovers that a kinetic chain gives guest pro Bryce the power to knock it out of the park, inspiring young Porter to step up.
  • 09:45
    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.
  • 10:15
    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.
  • 10:45
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    And Earth was Created...
    And Earth was Created...
    For 50 million centuries our planet Earth bubbles and brews, winds blow and waves crash, all to prepare for the arrival of… the first man.
  • 11:15
    Once Upon a Time... The Explorers
    Neanderthal Man
    Neanderthal Man
    Could it be that our oldest ancestor would leave the world without a trace? Maestro shows how the earliest man lived for over 65,000 years.
  • 11:45
    Spellz
    Calling All Coins
    Calling All Coins
    All Jay needs is a handful of coins to teach us some fabulous magic!
  • 12:00
    Spellz
    Pattering about Patter
    Pattering about Patter
    Jay talks the talk about stage patter!
  • 12:15
    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.
  • 12:30
    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!
  • 12:45
    Marvi Hammer
    Father Bear Man and Painted Dogs
    Father Bear Man and Painted Dogs
    Are humans able to bring up bears? And who looks after wild dog puppies, when their parents hunt? Find out here!
  • 13:15
    Marvi Hammer
    Kakapo and Octopus
    Kakapo and Octopus
    Did you know there are birds that don’t fly? How flexible are octupuses? Come along with Marvi and find out more about them.
  • 13:45
    Brilliant Creatures
    Bike-riding Owl
    Bike-riding Owl
    Who do you think would win a battle between a porcupine and a lion? It might surprise you, even as much as seeing an owl riding a bike.
  • 14:00
    Brilliant Creatures
    Armadillo Breath Holding Skills
    Armadillo Breath Holding Skills
    An armadillo shows why an incredible capacity for holding its breath comes in handy. Plus, would you believe a long-distance walking fish?
  • 14:15
    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.
  • 14:30
    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.
  • 14:45
    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.
  • 15:15
    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.
  • 15:45
    Look Kool
    Projectiles in Sports
    Projectiles in Sports
    Hamza tries to juggle a football, a baseball, and a hockey puck but quickly loses control. Each has a different size and shape. Why?
  • 16:10
    Look Kool
    Symmetry
    Symmetry
    Hamza has an irresistible urge to straighten two framed portraits, to make them match. How come? Because the human brain loves symmetry!
  • 16:35
    Look Kool
    Trusses
    Trusses
    Hamza wonders why so many structures, like bridges, are made of interlocking triangles.
  • 17:00
    Look Kool
    Spheres
    Spheres
    Hamza wonders why bubbles are round. To find out, we make a bubble explosion, turn kids into soccer balls, and throw water into outer space.
  • 17:25
    Artzooka
    Fingerprint Art
    Fingerprint Art
    Jeremie makes one-of-a-kind fingerprint art, a spaghetti western marionette, and shows us how to silkscreen a t-shirt.
  • 17:50
    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?
  • 18:20
    Finding Stuff Out
    Investigation
    Investigation
    Someone took a bite out of Harrison’s cheese sandwich! Harrison brings in a detective and a forensics expert to collect evidence and clues.
  • 18:45
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    Helium Buffoons & When It Rains It Pours
    Helium Buffoons & When It Rains It Pours
    The Antimatters fill the Edison complex with helium. And, Angie invents a machine that can change the weather.
  • 19:10
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    Great Bouncing Eyeballs & Rocket to the Moon
    Great Bouncing Eyeballs & Rocket to the Moon
    The Secret Lab Kids grow fantastical eyeballs and bounce all over town! And, Von Bolt accidentally destroys the museum’s new moon rock.
  • 19:35
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    Nicky's Compass & Gem of a Deal
    Nicky's Compass & Gem of a Deal
    The Secret Lab Kids must build a conventional compass to help some hikers. They then help Nicky's gran save her home by learning about gems.
  • 20:00
    The Story of Maths
    The Language of the Universe
    The Language of the Universe
    Timekeeping motivated the world’s oldest mathematical devices. In ancient cultures, the need to predict the phases of the moon made a lunar calendar especially useful for the hunters of antiquity. Anthropologists have discovered bones up to 37,000 years old, with 29 notches cut into them to represent the days of the month. The first fully developed mathematical systems developed in Babylon, Egypt and Greece. Babylonian maths is based on a base 60 system, giving us 60 seconds in a minute, and 60 minutes in an hour. The mathematicians of Babylon also demonstrate that they must have been aware of Pythagoras’s theorem - at least 1,000 years before Pythagoras was born. Ancient Egypt used an unusual method of multiplication and division - one based on repeated doubling and halving. To multiply any numbers together, all that’s required is knowledge of simple addition and the two times table. Greek civilisation gave us one of the giants of Greek mathematics: Pythagoras. He treated numbers not as abstract qualities, but as comparable with physical objects - one of the most vital conceptual moves in the history of mathematics.
  • 21:00
    The Story of Maths
    The Genius of the East
    The Genius of the East
    The Mayans devised an incredibly accurate calendar. Their calculation of the lunar month varies by just 0.0004 of a day from the value accepted by astronomers today. In China, in around 200 BC, the Han Dynasty encouraged scholars to compile a book known as The Nine Chapters, which attempted to recover and preserve forever the lost teachings of the Chinese mathematicians of antiquity. The text is dedicated to solving practical, real-world problems; how to divide land or goods and how to manage building works. India was the first civilisation to develop a number system with a special symbol to represent zero – one of the great landmarks in the development of mathematics. Aryabhata, [476-550 AD] produced a method for finding the value of Pi which generates its true value more accurately than any other contemporary method. In the 7th Century AD, a new regime was established, with its centre at Baghdad, which aimed to become the world’s greatest intellectual powerhouse. They founded a new centre for learning, called The House of Wisdom, which become the focal-point of attempts to bring together the mathematical know-how of Greece, India and Babylonia.
  • 22:00
    Music of the Primes
    Talking Primes
    Talking Primes
    In this episode of the Da Vinci Learning series "Music of the primes" we investigate the uniqueness of the prime numbers.
  • 22:30
    Music of the Primes
    Prime Patterns
    Prime Patterns
    In this episode of the Da Vinci Learning series "Music of the primes" we explore the important work of the mathematician Bernhard Riemann.
  • 23:00
    Mechanical Marvels: Clockwork Dreams
    Mechanical Marvels: Clockwork Dreams
    Mechanical Marvels: Clockwork Dreams
    Explore the bizarre history of automata ¬ mechanical marvels from the pre-industrial age, made to mimic life, and see them come to life.
  • 00:00
    Civilisation
    Civilisation
    Amanda explores the world’s first law codes regulating women, and uncovers a group of great women who created their own routes to power.
  • 01:00
    Separation
    Separation
    Amanda explores the role of women under Confucianism, looking at how Asian ideals of feminine virtue cast a shadow across women’s lives.
  • 02:00
    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.
  • 02:30
    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.
  • 03:00
    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?
  • 03:50
    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.
  • 04:00
    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?
  • 04:45
    Futuris
    Maps: Colouring in the Black Sea
    Maps: Colouring in the Black Sea
    Microscopic molecules and huge computer grids both build up huge scientific databases of global ecosystems. But it's a tricky process.
  • 05:00
    Fossil Detectives
    East of England
    East of England
    Come discover the story behind the world's largest and most complete mammoth skeleton!
  • 05:30
    Fossil Detectives
    Scotland
    Scotland
    Go fossil hunting in Scotland's Loch Ness and fish for strange, ancient armoured creatures.