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Fish Tank Belt
Kyle felt sorry for his pet fish sitting in the bowl all day. So he made a fish tank belt, taking little ‘Splashy’ everywhere he went.

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Mental Marvels
Jay and Bridget perform more amazing mind reading tricks!

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  • 06:00
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Down Pipe Denominator
    Down Pipe Denominator
    Emily thought of using rain drops to create power, inventing a drainpipe generator with enough power to run a bathroom de-stinker.
  • 06:25
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Bush Balloon
    Bush Balloon
    Ben was thinking of saving lives with his mini bush balloon. A helium canister releases a rescue balloon, easily spotted by rescue teams.
  • 06:50
    Spellz
    Loopy Levitations
    Loopy Levitations
    Jay and Bridget will make things that shouldn’t ever float, float!
  • 07:05
    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.
  • 07:20
    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.
  • 07:35
    Finger Tips
    Spin the Pizza
    Spin the Pizza
    Find out how to fool your friends with a set of spoof photos, create a funky looking style file and rustle up a game of spin the pizza!
  • 07:55
    Finger Tips
    For the Dogs
    For the Dogs
    Find out how to bake a tasty treat for a dog, make a sticky beak grabber and stop anyone from stealing your seat!
  • 08:15
    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!
  • 08:45
    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.
  • 09:15
    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.
  • 09:35
    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?
  • 09:45
    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.
  • 10:00
    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.
  • 10:15
    Mily Miss Questions
    Team Spirit
    Team Spirit
    Mily and her friends can't play soccer anymore and Mily wonders why the grown-ups don't understand how frustrating that is.
  • 10:25
    Mily Miss Questions
    The right time
    The right time
    Mily wins a watch at a fun fair but is disappointed because she wanted a kite. She wonders: Why do we need to know what time it is, anyway?
  • 10:35
    Mily Miss Questions
    SOS teacher
    SOS teacher
    When her teacher is sick, Mily wonders what would happen if she never returned. Would it still make sense to go to school?
  • 10:45
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Trajectory Gold
    Trajectory Gold
    Gabriel, aged 10, combined playing pool and football into a giant version of pool on a large field where two players kick balls into nets.
  • 11:10
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Acoustic Appeal
    Acoustic Appeal
    Andrew, aged 12, gives a real life feeling of being at a rock concert. Andrew’s design incorporates beat sensitive illuminated clothing.
  • 11:35
    Spellz
    Pick a Card
    Pick a Card
    Jay and Bridget have more incredible card tricks up their sleeves!
  • 11:50
    Spellz
    Amazing Mathemagic
    Amazing Mathemagic
    Maths adds a whole new layer of fun to some brain teasing magic...
  • 12:05
    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.
  • 12:20
    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.
  • 12:35
    Finger Tips
    Flicking Marshmallows
    Flicking Marshmallows
    Find out how to hide your precious possessions, decorate your toilet seat and play a great game of flicking marshmallows!
  • 12:55
    Finger Tips
    Stash Cash
    Stash Cash
    Find out how to make a cool looking set of DJ decks, create the coolest place to stash your cash and more!
  • 13:15
    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.
  • 13:45
    All For Kids
    Colourful Carnations & Spooky Balloons
    Colourful Carnations & Spooky Balloons
    Madi has a tea party. Christian makes spooky decorations. Lindsay makes a dish inspired by bugs. And Jameson makes colourful carnations.
  • 14:15
    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?
  • 14:25
    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?
  • 14:35
    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?
  • 14:45
    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.
  • 15:00
    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.
  • 15:15
    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?
  • 15:25
    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?
  • 15:35
    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?
  • 15:45
    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!
  • 16:15
    Mindworks
    Auditory Illusions
    Auditory Illusions
    The ranges of sound surrounding us are infinite. By learning new ways to hear – and listen – we open up an incredible new world!
  • 16:45
    Mindworks
    Everyday Illusions
    Everyday Illusions
    Human vision is incomplete and our brains are filling in the blanks. We don’t always notice magical illustions but some we see every day.
  • 17:15
    GEOlino
    The Mine Clearing Rat
    The Mine Clearing Rat
    Offspring - a success for a breed of rats that are able to smell TNT. In a matter of weeks the little one learns how to find buried mines.
  • 17:30
    GEOlino
    Monks of the Golden Triangle
    Monks of the Golden Triangle
    A group of young monks gallops through the north of Thailand on a mission to ‘convert’ 7-year-old Pumbui to a life without crime and drugs.
  • 17:45
    GEOlino
    Inti Wara Yassi - Bolivia's Ark
    Inti Wara Yassi - Bolivia's Ark
    A Bolivian project takes care of neglected animals but also parentless children. 14-year-old street child Miguel is given a young puma.
  • 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
    Xploration Awesome Planet
    Bahamas
    Bahamas
    In this episode we travel to the Bahamas where we take a look at the world's deepest saltwater blue hole and track baby lemon sharks.
  • 18:40
    Xploration Awesome Planet
    Predatory Myths
    Predatory Myths
    In this episode we head to Florida where Philippe visits an antivenom lab home to hundreds of venomous snakes.
  • 19:05
    Xploration Awesome Planet
    Animal Migrations
    Animal Migrations
    In this episode we learn all there is to know about animal migrations. We travel from Hawaii, to the Rocky Mountains, to the Delaware Bay.
  • 19:30
    e² Transport
    London: The Price of Traffic
    London: The Price of Traffic
    London’s congestion charge challenges the 20th century notion that cities should be designed around cars, asking drivers to pay for access.
  • 20:00
    Hubble's Canvas
    Grand Design & Stretching The Canvas
    Grand Design & Stretching The Canvas
    We consider a universe that includes the grand design spiral. Through dark matter and energy, Hubble helped resolve the age of the universe.
  • 20:30
    Hubble's Canvas
    Vanishing Points & Still Life?
    Vanishing Points & Still Life?
    Monster black holes epitomise extreme physics - even in our Milky Way. Is Hubble paving the way to our discovery of Earth-like planets?
  • 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
    Precision: The Measure of All Things
    Time and Distance
    Time and Distance
    Modern measurements like the metre are based on faked figures, and extra seconds sneak into our clocks. Can scientists solve the problem?
  • 00:00
    Oak Tree - Nature's Greatest Survivor
    Oak Tree - part 1
    Oak Tree - part 1
    Uncover the transformations the oak goes through to meet the challenges of four very different seasons, surviving gales and frosts.
  • 01:00
    Oak Tree - Nature's Greatest Survivor
    Oak tree - part 2
    Oak tree - part 2
    Uncover the transformations the oak goes through to meet the challenges of four very different seasons, investigating how it procreates.
  • 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
    Chasing Longevity
    Live Long and Prosper
    Live Long and Prosper
    As a species, humans have gained some six years of life expectancy over the last two decades. Is the secret to longevity in the right genes?
  • 02:30
    Chasing Longevity
    We Are What We Eat
    We Are What We Eat
    Do you eat to live or do you live to eat? We’ve all heard that eating well gives us a longer, healthier life, so what does eating well mean?
  • 03:00
    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.
  • 04:00
    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.
  • 05:00
    Hubble's Canvas
    Colour & Violent Endings
    Colour & Violent Endings
    How does colour tell us what the universe is made of? The largest stars explode and shine like beacons. Hubble can show us the remnants.
  • 05:30
    Hubble's Canvas
    Cosmic Perspective & Etched In Time
    Cosmic Perspective & Etched In Time
    This is a journey from “here to infinity” showing where Hubble operates. Hubble looks back in time, foreshadowing the fate of our galaxy.
  • 06:00
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Hovercraft
    Hovercraft
    Mathew has always liked hovercrafts. His challenge is to build a simple hovercraft using his dad’s leaf blower. But who will test it?
  • 06:25
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Fish Tank Belt
    Fish Tank Belt
    Kyle felt sorry for his pet fish sitting in the bowl all day. So he made a fish tank belt, taking little ‘Splashy’ everywhere he went.
  • 06:50
    Spellz
    Mental Marvels
    Mental Marvels
    Jay and Bridget perform more amazing mind reading tricks!
  • 07:05
    Gastroblast
    Chicken Fingers
    Chicken Fingers
    Link demonstrates some basic kitchen hygiene while preparing chicken fingers. Raw foods have the potential to host salmonella.
  • 07:20
    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.
  • 07:35
    Finger Tips
    Parachuting Parrots
    Parachuting Parrots
    Find out how to make a dry erase message board, play a game of parachuting parrots and keep your cash away from prying eyes.
  • 07:55
    Finger Tips
    Funky T-Shirts
    Funky T-Shirts
    Find out how to put yourself in a celebrity photo, revamp t-shirts and make a target game guaranteed to make you shout "bullseye!"
  • 08:15
    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.
  • 08:45
    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.
  • 09:15
    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?
  • 09:25
    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?
  • 09:35
    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?
  • 09:45
    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.
  • 10:00
    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.
  • 10:15
    Mily Miss Questions
    It's easy to mock
    It's easy to mock
    When Mily loses a tooth, she lisps. She's afraid to be laughed at during a game in the park and wonders: Why do we make fun of people?
  • 10:25
    Mily Miss Questions
    You're Dreaming
    You're Dreaming
    When Mily dreams of Mr. Soap, Lola's imaginary friend, she wonders: Where do dreams come from?
  • 10:35
    Mily Miss Questions
    Monster
    Monster
    Mily and Juliette spot a monster in the park. While running away, they realize they left their school bags behind … Should they go back?
  • 10:45
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Trampoline Powered Gyminator
    Trampoline Powered Gyminator
    Melanie, aged 10, has devised a washing line that dries the washing using the power generated by the bouncing motion of the trampoline.
  • 11:10
    Let's Get Inventin'
    The Super Poopa Sucker
    The Super Poopa Sucker
    Anish, aged 13, has invented a doggy-doo picker-upper robot that has the capability to find dog poos with the assistance of GPS.
  • 11:35
    Spellz
    Spellbinding Snacks
    Spellbinding Snacks
    Jay and Bridget make magic using food!
  • 11:50
    Spellz
    Silly Straws
    Silly Straws
    Jay takes simple straws and makes some serious magical fun out of them.
  • 12:05
    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.
  • 12:20
    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!
  • 12:35
    Finger Tips
    Bath Crayons
    Bath Crayons
    Find out how to create a glitter ball for your bedroom, transform some kitchen bits and pieces into bath crayons and more!
  • 12:55
    Finger Tips
    Handy Clothing Caddy
    Handy Clothing Caddy
    Find out how you can make a wind-chime from a load of rubbish, transform a tired old pair of jeans into a handy clothing caddy and more!
  • 13:15
    All For Kids
    Lofty Levers & Pots of Gold
    Lofty Levers & Pots of Gold
    Jameson lifts weights. Christian creates dough. Madi shows us plants named after animals. And Lindsay creates a dish called Pots of Gold.
  • 13:45
    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.
  • 14:15
    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?
  • 14:25
    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?
  • 14:35
    Infotoy
    Slime
    Slime
    What is a non-Newtonian fluid? Why are people afraid of mucus? And how to make Halloween decorations at home?
  • 14:45
    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.
  • 15:00
    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.
  • 15:15
    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?
  • 15:25
    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?
  • 15:35
    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?
  • 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!
  • 16:45
    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
    Slime Time & It's Always Sharkest…
    Slime Time & It's Always Sharkest…
    JD accidentally creates a Blob Monster that threatens to devour the city. And the kids come face-to-face with a shark in a restaurant!
  • 17:40
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    Mutant Mascot & Von Dropout
    Mutant Mascot & Von Dropout
    When their guinea pig mutates, the kids use genetics to reverse the effect. And Von Bolt quits the team to find himself, and some trouble.
  • 18:05
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    Zero Chemistry & Freaky Furry
    Zero Chemistry & Freaky Furry
    The kids build a robot girlfriend for an upset Von Bolt. And when a freak accident causes Angie to switch bodies with her dog, chaos ensues!
  • 18:30
    Artzooka
    Transforming Cube
    Transforming Cube
    Jeremie makes a transforming cube, creates a party decoration critter, and fashions a puppet out of a plastic bottle and a recycled shirt.
  • 19:00
    Artzooka
    Gluestick Spaceship
    Gluestick Spaceship
    Jeremie makes a spaceship out of an empty gluestick tube, a shadow theatre, and a translucent jellyfish out of a plastic bottle.
  • 19:30
    Artzooka
    Flying Saucer Spaceship
    Flying Saucer Spaceship
    Jeremie uses paper plates to make a spaceship, makes a kaleidoscope out of a takeout container, and a nightlight.
  • 20:00
    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.
  • 21:00
    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.
  • 22:00
    e² Energy
    Harvesting the Wind
    Harvesting the Wind
    In Minnesota, wind energy is a growing source of local energy and income for farmers. Will the rest of the U.S. follow Minnesota’s lead?
  • 22:30
    e² Energy
    Energy for a Developing World
    Energy for a Developing World
    An organisation in Bangladesh distributes solar energy systems and portable bio-gas systems, empowering women and the poor in the process.
  • 23:00
    Precision: The Measure of All Things
    Mass and Moles
    Mass and Moles
    This programme charts the history of mass measurement and the modern day race to replace the Kilo with something more stable.
  • 00:00
    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.
  • 01:00
    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.
  • 02:00
    Hubble's Canvas
    Grand Design & Stretching The Canvas
    Grand Design & Stretching The Canvas
    We consider a universe that includes the grand design spiral. Through dark matter and energy, Hubble helped resolve the age of the universe.
  • 02:30
    Hubble's Canvas
    Vanishing Points & Still Life?
    Vanishing Points & Still Life?
    Monster black holes epitomise extreme physics - even in our Milky Way. Is Hubble paving the way to our discovery of Earth-like planets?
  • 03:00
    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!
  • 04:00
    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!
  • 05:00
    e² Transport
    Portland: A Sense of Place
    Portland: A Sense of Place
    Thanks to a progressive public transportation portfolio, Portland has become a global model of transit-oriented development.
  • 05:30
    e² Transport
    Aviation: The Limited Sky
    Aviation: The Limited Sky
    This episode looks at new technologies and policies that could offset the aviation industry’s substantial greenhouse gas emissions.
  • 06:00
    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.
  • 06:00
    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.
  • 06:30
    SciQ
    What Can Bugs Do for Us?
    What Can Bugs Do for Us?
    Meet a car-driving cockroach. Counting bumble bees. An ant pancake whiz chef. Finally, we travel to Hollywood to meet some six-legged stars!
  • 07:00
    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.
  • 07:30
    Science Max
    Spool Racer
    Spool Racer
    Phil builds a spool racer out of a giant cable spool. Plus, a maxed out craft stick chain reaction, mouse-traps and ping pong balls.
  • 07:55
    Science Max
    Stomp Rocket
    Stomp Rocket
    A home-made stomp rocket gets maxed out into a giant version. Plus, Phil makes a vortex cannon and vacuum-seals himself to the wall!
  • 08:20
    Xploration DIY SCI
    Soda
    Soda
    In this episode Steve Spangler throws Mentos in a hundred bottles of soda, creating numerous gushing soda geysers.
  • 08:45
    Xploration DIY SCI
    Fluids
    Fluids
    In this episode host Steve Spangler shows how to walk on water. He also explores the question: What is a fluid?
  • 09:10
    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.
  • 09:35
    Look Kool
    Mapping
    Mapping
    Hamza thinks finding his way around is easy - until his smart phone breaks. Now he needs to use maps to get where he’s going.
  • 10:00
    Look Kool
    Arches
    Arches
    Hamza bends over backwards in this episode to find out why arches are so strong. An arch is a curved shape that uses gravity to stay up.
  • 10:25
    Look Kool
    Musical Cylinders
    Musical Cylinders
    Hamza is determined to find out why so many instruments – flutes, horns, organs -- are cylinders. What’s so musical about that shape?
  • 10:50
    Artzooka
    Fishbowl Art
    Fishbowl Art
    Jeremie makes a fishbowl artpiece, creates an incredible northern lights image, and then makes a pig out of plastic bags and packing tape!
  • 11:20
    Artzooka
    Socktupus
    Socktupus
    Using old socks Jeremie makes a socktopus, creates a frozen nightlight, and builds robots out of boxes and straws – box bots!
  • 11:50
    Artzooka
    Easter Island Puppets
    Easter Island Puppets
    Jeremie makes Easter Island puppets and creates an amazing transforming image, and a torch with a glowing orb!
  • 12:15
    GEOlino
    The Children Parliament of Rajasthan
    The Children Parliament of Rajasthan
    13-year-old Neraj is the children's minister of agriculture of Rajasthan. Neraj is tackling water supply in villages facing drought.
  • 12:30
    GEOlino
    Burundi - Land of Rhythm
    Burundi - Land of Rhythm
    In Burundi, a country tainted by civil war, drumming gives hope for a new beginning. To pass the tradition on drummers rely on young talent.
  • 12:45
    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.
  • 13:10
    The History of Art
    The Forerunners of Modern Art: Post-Impressionism of the late 19th Century
    The Forerunners of Modern Art: Post-Impressionism of the late 19th Century
    Post-Impressionists developed unique styles by casting off the restraints of Impressionism. By doing so they paved the way for modern art.
  • 13:35
    The History of Art
    Experimental Art: Art in the 20th Century
    Experimental Art: Art in the 20th Century
    Impressionism was the prelude to modern art in the 20th century. Artists explored their own originality, expressing their inner state.
  • 14:00
    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.
  • 14:30
    Mindworks
    Mind Over Matter
    Mind Over Matter
    Our brain perceives and acts upon emotional stimuli. Emotions are not just about what we feel but about how we process those feelings.
  • 15:00
    Mindworks
    Illusions of Touch
    Illusions of Touch
    Our sense of touch is able to recognize a lot of things, even when we don’t use our eyes. But how does touch connect to our brain?
  • 15:30
    Finding Stuff Out
    Volcanoes
    Volcanoes
    It's all about volcanoes! Find out what would happen if someone cracked the Earth.
  • 15:55
    Finding Stuff Out
    Oceans
    Oceans
    It's all about oceans! Find out how crucial the oceans are to our ecosystems.
  • 16:25
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    Nanobots Byte & Follow Your Nose
    Nanobots Byte & Follow Your Nose
    Angie's garbage-eating nanobytes have escaped so the Kids must find them. And J.D. and Kent accidentally beam their noses to parts unknown!
  • 16:55
    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.
  • 17:20
    Look Kool
    Nature's Most Mysterious Patterns
    Nature's Most Mysterious Patterns
    In this episode, Hamza finds out what video game graphics have in common with broccoli and learns that nature and math are closely related.
  • 17:45
    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.
  • 18:00
    GEOlino
    Sumatra: A New Chance for the Orangutans
    Sumatra: A New Chance for the Orangutans
    Today, about 6,000 orangutans live on Sumatra. Palm oil plantations are destroying their habitat, and many locals regard them as playthings.
  • 18:15
    Science Max
    Water Car
    Water Car
    A water-powered car gets maxed out to a 500 litre version. Plus, Phil flies on jets of water, and carves a pumpkin with a pressure washer!
  • 18:40
    Science Max
    Lightning
    Lightning
    Phil makes lightning bolts. Plus, he harnesses the power behind lightning to make things stick, float, or make your hair stand on end!
  • 19:05
    Xploration DIY SCI
    The Power of Air
    The Power of Air
    Steve Spangler shows how to build our own toilet paper launcher, using the same science principles that keep an airplane in the air.
  • 19:30
    Xploration DIY SCI
    Rockets
    Rockets
    In this episode host Steve Spangler shows how to make high-flying rockets using nothing but soda bottles, balloons, vinegar, and straws.
  • 20:00
    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.
  • 21:00
    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.
  • 22:00
    Great Dreamers
    Leonardo. Seeking the Truth
    Leonardo. Seeking the Truth
    This film will take the viewer on a journey through Leonardo Da Vinci's Renaissance and the origins of science and art.
  • 23:00
    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.
  • 00:00
    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.
  • 01:00
    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.
  • 02:00
    Oak Tree - Nature's Greatest Survivor
    Oak Tree - part 1
    Oak Tree - part 1
    Uncover the transformations the oak goes through to meet the challenges of four very different seasons, surviving gales and frosts.
  • 03:00
    e² Design
    Melbourne Reborn
    Melbourne Reborn
    By the mid-1970s, Melbourne was a dying city. Rob Adams gives a guided tour how the city first sought livability, then sustainability.
  • 03:30
    e² Design
    The Art & Science of Renzo Piano
    The Art & Science of Renzo Piano
    Renzo Piano drew on nature to create a space in San Francisco, pairing notions of transparency with a living roof that evokes the ecosystem.
  • 04:00
    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.
  • 05:00
    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.
  • 06:00
    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.
  • 06:30
    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.
  • 07:00
    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!
  • 07:25
    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.
  • 07:50
    Xploration DIY SCI
    Pressure
    Pressure
    In this episode Steve Spangler uses air pressure to make a 55-gallon steel drum implode.
  • 08:15
    Xploration DIY SCI
    Inertia
    Inertia
    Do you ever wonder how to pull a tablecloth out from under the dishes of a set table? Host Steve Spangler shows how to do it.
  • 08:40
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    The Monster Not Under the Bed & Awesomobile Deluxe
    The Monster Not Under the Bed & Awesomobile Deluxe
    The kids shrink themselves to prove that monsters don't hide under beds. And Kent drives the kids’ new self-driving car... and loses it.
  • 09:05
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    Fungal Bungle & Water Friends For?
    Fungal Bungle & Water Friends For?
    Kent attempts to cure his toe fungus before it mutates into a replica of himself! And The Secret Lab Kids help aliens find a "treasure" ...
  • 09:30
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    Dancing Machine & Ape Escape
    Dancing Machine & Ape Escape
    Von Bolt wears a remote controlled dance outfit. And, a female gorilla escapes from the zoo. Can the Secret Lad Kids lure her back?
  • 09:55
    Mind Blowing Breakthroughs
    Louis Pasteur and the Hidden Universe of Microorganisms
    Louis Pasteur and the Hidden Universe of Microorganisms
    A plague turns everything around the Baron into wasteland. Just then Louis Pasteur appears to show the wasteland is in fact full of life.
  • 10:25
    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.
  • 10:50
    Quirky Science
    Computers
    Computers
    Explore the historical development of computers and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
  • 11:20
    Quirky Science
    Paper
    Paper
    Explore the historical development of paper and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
  • 11:50
    Snapshots
    Flashing Lights
    Flashing Lights
    Using fun props and costumes, the photographers learn how to master the art of stylized selfies. Who takes the winning Snapshot? #winning
  • 12:15
    Finding Stuff Out
    Cars
    Cars
    Harrison finds out how a car works when a teenage race car driver brings her mini Formula 1 car to Harrison’s house.
  • 12:40
    Finding Stuff Out
    Pets
    Pets
    Harrison starts a pet-sitting service, but he’s soon overwhelmed when one of the pets turns out to be surprisingly wild.
  • 13:05
    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.
  • 13:30
    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.
  • 14:00
    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.
  • 14:30
    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.
  • 15:00
    Full Proof
    Mirrors
    Mirrors
    Sjanne from the Netherlands loves to dance in front of the mirror. In this episode, she learns everything there is to know about mirrors.
  • 15:15
    Full Proof
    Floating/Sinking
    Floating/Sinking
    Eleven-year-old Jacob from Sweden wonders why ships don’t sink but a stone does. To find out, he does all kinds of fun tests.
  • 15:30
    Mind Blowing Breakthroughs
    Zhang Heng - The Science of Earthquakes
    Zhang Heng - The Science of Earthquakes
    An earthquake affects the city. Zhang Heng explains how he made the first apparatus for detecting the origin and intensity of earthquakes.
  • 16:00
    Xploration Awesome Planet
    Planet Rescue
    Planet Rescue
    This week we meet people who do whatever they can to help our planet, such as releasing sea turtles and cleaning up the coral reefs.
  • 16:25
    Xploration Awesome Planet
    Natural Disasters
    Natural Disasters
    Philippe visits the University of Miami to check out a lab that can simulate a category 5 hurricane. 
  • 16:50
    Xploration Awesome Planet
    Microscopic World
    Microscopic World
    Philippe breaks down the microscopic world of sand and learns how microscopic science plays a role in researching fire ants. 
  • 17:15
    GEOlino
    Cambodia: Soun and the Snakes
    Cambodia: Soun and the Snakes
    When the forests in Cambodia sink into water during rainy season, the fishermen leave their floating villages to catch water snakes.
  • 17:30
    GEOlino
    An Orphanage on an Arctic Expedition
    An Orphanage on an Arctic Expedition
    Northern Greenland is home to the world’s northernmost orphanage. Ten youths will learn to survive so they can cope better with life.
  • 17:45
    Quirky Science
    Plastic
    Plastic
    Explore the historical development of plastics and find out what the next quirky discovery for plastics might be.
  • 18:15
    Science Max
    Sugar Cube Bridge
    Sugar Cube Bridge
    Phil builds an arched bridge out of sugar. Plus, glass so strong you can hit it with a hammer and can eggs support Phil!
  • 18:40
    Science Max
    Light Challenge
    Light Challenge
    Phil gets challenged to use light to solve a puzzle. Plus, bouncing light rays to turn off your television, and seeing in the dark!
  • 19:05
    Xploration DIY SCI
    Kitchen Chemistry
    Kitchen Chemistry
    Host Steve Spangler reveals how we can make crazy creations such as soap soufflé out of ordinary stuff from the supermarket.
  • 19:30
    Xploration DIY SCI
    Gas
    Gas
    It’s invisible, but can put out a fire and change our voices ... In this episode Steve Spangler shows how to harness the power of gas.
  • 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
    Secrets of Quantum Physics
    Einstein's Nightmare
    Einstein's Nightmare
    That nature is governed by chance undermined theory of relativity. Does reality exist, or do we conjure it into existence by observation?
  • 23:00
    Secrets of Quantum Physics
    Let There Be Life
    Let There Be Life
    Can quantum mechanics explain biology? Jim Al-Khalili explores how Quantum Mechanics shaped the mechanism by which living species evolved.
  • 00:00
    Precision: The Measure of All Things
    Time and Distance
    Time and Distance
    Modern measurements like the metre are based on faked figures, and extra seconds sneak into our clocks. Can scientists solve the problem?
  • 01:00
    Precision: The Measure of All Things
    Mass and Moles
    Mass and Moles
    This programme charts the history of mass measurement and the modern day race to replace the Kilo with something more stable.
  • 02:00
    Oak Tree - Nature's Greatest Survivor
    Oak tree - part 2
    Oak tree - part 2
    Uncover the transformations the oak goes through to meet the challenges of four very different seasons, investigating how it procreates.
  • 02:45
    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.
  • 03:00
    Music of the Primes
    Cracking Primes
    Cracking Primes
    In this episode of the series "Music of the primes" we examine how computers bring us nearer to solving the mystery of prime numbers.
  • 03:30
    Signature of Life
    Chirality
    Chirality
    In this episode of the Da Vinci Learning series "The signature of life" we explain what the word chirality means and what it says about our life.
  • 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
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Moss-bot
    Moss-bot
    Ethan had the job of scraping the moss from his dad’s driveway. With his Lego set he invented a robot that could do it for him.
  • 06:25
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Quad
    Quad
    Justin and Brendan decided to invent a six-legged walking car, build it in 3 days and walk it on main street to prove wheels are overrated.
  • 06:50
    Spellz
    Sensational Stunts
    Sensational Stunts
    Jay and Bridget perform some sensationally sensational stunts!
  • 07:05
    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.
  • 07:20
    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.
  • 07:35
    Finger Tips
    Stretchy Name Plates
    Stretchy Name Plates
    Find out how to make stretchy name plates, serve up stripy iced cocktails and make a giant game of garden pool!
  • 07:55
    Finger Tips
    Custom Mugs
    Custom Mugs
    Find out a funky way of saving your souvenirs, come up with a cool way to personalise your own mugs and more!
  • 08:15
    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.
  • 08:45
    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.
  • 09:15
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Hokusai
    Hokusai
    The eccentric Japanese painter Hokusai talks about his jaw-dropping "Thirty-Six Views" Fuji mountain's series.
  • 09:25
    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.
  • 09:35
    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.
  • 09:45
    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.
  • 10:00
    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.
  • 10:15
    Mily Miss Questions
    Believe in yourself
    Believe in yourself
    Mily has been appointed team leader of her basket ball team but wonders if she has what it takes to lead her team to victory.
  • 10:25
    Mily Miss Questions
    Miss super justice
    Miss super justice
    Lola is angry because Luke ate her share of the cake. Mily is determined to let justice rule and wonders: What constitutes justice?
  • 10:35
    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?
  • 10:45
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Suitcase Car
    Suitcase Car
    A suitcase that transforms into a solar powered electric car. Michael, aged 12, thinks this is ideal for the environment and commuters.
  • 11:10
    Let's Get Inventin'
    The Choo Coob
    The Choo Coob
    Toby, aged 10, has invented a new kind of asthma inhaler that kids will love and have fun with.
  • 11:35
    Spellz
    Aces are Wild
    Aces are Wild
    Jay uses the aces from a deck of cards and goes wild with the magic tricks!
  • 11:50
    Spellz
    Kooky Krayons
    Kooky Krayons
    Jay and Bridget mix crayon and magic and get some dazzling results!
  • 12:05
    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!
  • 12:20
    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.
  • 12:35
    Finger Tips
    Relaxing Bath Cookies
    Relaxing Bath Cookies
    Find out how to make a rubbish bin that’s not all it seems, transform some cooking ingredients into relaxing bath cookies and more!
  • 12:55
    Finger Tips
    Glam Cards
    Glam Cards
    Find out how to make a fabulous sign for your bedroom door which lights up, create glam cards out of scrap paper clippings and more!
  • 13:15
    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.
  • 13:45
    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.
  • 14:15
    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.
  • 14:25
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Edgar Degas
    Edgar Degas
    During a dance class in Paris, Mati and Dada meet some beautiful ballerinas … drawn and "created" by Edgar Degas.
  • 14:35
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Dorothea Lange
    Dorothea Lange
    Ready, set, snap! Dorothea Lange teaches Mati and Dada how to take the perfect picture.
  • 14:45
    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.
  • 15:00
    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.
  • 15:15
    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?
  • 15:25
    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?
  • 15:35
    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.
  • 15:45
    Science Max
    Water Car
    Water Car
    A water-powered car gets maxed out to a 500 litre version. Plus, Phil flies on jets of water, and carves a pumpkin with a pressure washer!
  • 16:10
    Science Max
    Lightning
    Lightning
    Phil makes lightning bolts. Plus, he harnesses the power behind lightning to make things stick, float, or make your hair stand on end!
  • 16:35
    Xploration DIY SCI
    The Power of Air
    The Power of Air
    Steve Spangler shows how to build our own toilet paper launcher, using the same science principles that keep an airplane in the air.
  • 17:00
    Xploration DIY SCI
    Rockets
    Rockets
    In this episode host Steve Spangler shows how to make high-flying rockets using nothing but soda bottles, balloons, vinegar, and straws.
  • 17:25
    Quirky Science
    Computers
    Computers
    Explore the historical development of computers and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
  • 17:55
    Quirky Science
    Paper
    Paper
    Explore the historical development of paper and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
  • 18:25
    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?
  • 18:35
    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?
  • 18:45
    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.
  • 19:10
    The History of Art
    The Forerunners of Modern Art: Post-Impressionism of the late 19th Century
    The Forerunners of Modern Art: Post-Impressionism of the late 19th Century
    Post-Impressionists developed unique styles by casting off the restraints of Impressionism. By doing so they paved the way for modern art.
  • 19:35
    The History of Art
    Experimental Art: Art in the 20th Century
    Experimental Art: Art in the 20th Century
    Impressionism was the prelude to modern art in the 20th century. Artists explored their own originality, expressing their inner state.
  • 20:00
    Great Dreamers
    Tsiolkovsky´s Worlds of Miracle
    Tsiolkovsky´s Worlds of Miracle
    This docudrama focuses on Konstantin Tsiolkovsky’s life and work, and discusses "his" solar system and the physics of the moon.
  • 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
    When the Sun Stands Still - Kepler, Galileo and the Heavens
    When the Sun Stands Still - Kepler, Galileo and the Heavens
    When the Sun Stands Still - Kepler, Galileo and the Heavens
    Learn more about the little-known story of the relationship between the two world famous scientists: Kepler and Galileo.
  • 22:00
    e² Design
    New Orleans: The Water Line
    New Orleans: The Water Line
    After Hurricane Katrina, the residents of New Orleans banded together to rebuild their community sustainably despite government inaction.
  • 22:30
    e² Design
    Super Use
    Super Use
    In Rotterdam, a new approach to design is making surplus superfluous with a new kind of aesthetic and functionality in sustainablility.
  • 23:00
    Hubble's Canvas
    Grand Design & Stretching The Canvas
    Grand Design & Stretching The Canvas
    We consider a universe that includes the grand design spiral. Through dark matter and energy, Hubble helped resolve the age of the universe.
  • 23:30
    Hubble's Canvas
    Vanishing Points & Still Life?
    Vanishing Points & Still Life?
    Monster black holes epitomise extreme physics - even in our Milky Way. Is Hubble paving the way to our discovery of Earth-like planets?
  • 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
    e² Energy
    Harvesting the Wind
    Harvesting the Wind
    In Minnesota, wind energy is a growing source of local energy and income for farmers. Will the rest of the U.S. follow Minnesota’s lead?
  • 02:30
    e² Energy
    Energy for a Developing World
    Energy for a Developing World
    An organisation in Bangladesh distributes solar energy systems and portable bio-gas systems, empowering women and the poor in the process.
  • 03:00
    Great Dreamers
    Leonardo. Seeking the Truth
    Leonardo. Seeking the Truth
    This film will take the viewer on a journey through Leonardo Da Vinci's Renaissance and the origins of science and art.
  • 04:00
    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.
  • 05:00
    e² Design
    Melbourne Reborn
    Melbourne Reborn
    By the mid-1970s, Melbourne was a dying city. Rob Adams gives a guided tour how the city first sought livability, then sustainability.
  • 05:30
    e² Design
    The Art & Science of Renzo Piano
    The Art & Science of Renzo Piano
    Renzo Piano drew on nature to create a space in San Francisco, pairing notions of transparency with a living roof that evokes the ecosystem.
  • 06:00
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Magic Gadget
    Magic Gadget
    Brittany used to be terrified of the noise a bathplug makes. Her challenge was to invent a bath toy, a plug and a silencer all in one.
  • 06:25
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Recap Show
    Recap Show
    Which is the best invention of all and who should win the prize? This is where you decide as we revisit each invention and kid-inventor.
  • 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
    Lollipop Soap
    Lollipop Soap
    Find out a great way to leave messages on your door, make lollipop soap and more!
  • 07:55
    Finger Tips
    Matchbox Camera
    Matchbox Camera
    Find out how to make a camera using just two matchboxes, thread a funky chunky chain belt and create your own rainbow coloured sugar!
  • 08:15
    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.
  • 08:45
    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.
  • 09:15
    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.
  • 09:25
    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.
  • 09:35
    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".
  • 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
    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.
  • 10:25
    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?
  • 10:35
    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.
  • 10:45
    Let's Get Inventin'
    The Flying Pack
    The Flying Pack
    Kenan, aged 8, straps on a device and takes off like superman. His flying pack is a jet-turbine powered pack that you wear to fly around.
  • 11:10
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Bouncy Suit
    Bouncy Suit
    Caity, aged 10, invents a bouncy castle suit for you to wear that inflates instantly so you can bounce anywhere, any time.
  • 11:35
    Spellz
    Mind Blowing Mathemagic
    Mind Blowing Mathemagic
    Jay combines magic and mind reading and presents some mind blowing mathemagic!
  • 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
    Football Clock
    Football Clock
    Find out how you can make a unique clock from an old football, create a handy desktop helper and more!
  • 12:55
    Finger Tips
    Eco Bag Makeover
    Eco Bag Makeover
    Find out how to make a treasure chest, makeover a supermarket eco bag, and impress your mates with the ultimate in gourmet picnic grub!
  • 13:15
    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.
  • 13:45
    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.
  • 14:15
    Art with Mati and Dada
    William Turner
    William Turner
    Mati and Dada visit the Royal Academy, where William Turner shows them his wonderful atelier.
  • 14:25
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Paul Gauguin
    Paul Gauguin
    Mati and Dada take a trip to the Noa Noa Islands without ever leaving Paris. How? Paul Gauguin makes the impossible possible.
  • 14:35
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Constantin Brancusi
    Constantin Brancusi
    While chasing a rooster, Mati and Dada come across Brancusi's studio and find out how he creates his amazing sculptures.
  • 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
    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?
  • 15:25
    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?
  • 15:35
    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.
  • 15:45
    Science Max
    Sugar Cube Bridge
    Sugar Cube Bridge
    Phil builds an arched bridge out of sugar. Plus, glass so strong you can hit it with a hammer and can eggs support Phil!
  • 16:10
    Science Max
    Light Challenge
    Light Challenge
    Phil gets challenged to use light to solve a puzzle. Plus, bouncing light rays to turn off your television, and seeing in the dark!
  • 16:35
    Xploration DIY SCI
    Kitchen Chemistry
    Kitchen Chemistry
    Host Steve Spangler reveals how we can make crazy creations such as soap soufflé out of ordinary stuff from the supermarket.
  • 17:00
    Xploration DIY SCI
    Gas
    Gas
    It’s invisible, but can put out a fire and change our voices ... In this episode Steve Spangler shows how to harness the power of gas.
  • 17:25
    Mind Blowing Breakthroughs
    Louis Pasteur and the Hidden Universe of Microorganisms
    Louis Pasteur and the Hidden Universe of Microorganisms
    A plague turns everything around the Baron into wasteland. Just then Louis Pasteur appears to show the wasteland is in fact full of life.
  • 17:55
    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.
  • 18:20
    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.
  • 18:45
    Look Kool
    Mapping
    Mapping
    Hamza thinks finding his way around is easy - until his smart phone breaks. Now he needs to use maps to get where he’s going.
  • 19:10
    Look Kool
    Arches
    Arches
    Hamza bends over backwards in this episode to find out why arches are so strong. An arch is a curved shape that uses gravity to stay up.
  • 19:35
    Look Kool
    Musical Cylinders
    Musical Cylinders
    Hamza is determined to find out why so many instruments – flutes, horns, organs -- are cylinders. What’s so musical about that shape?
  • 20:00
    Return of the White Rhino
    Return of the White Rhino
    Return of the White Rhino
    Stephen Fry and Mark Carwardine track down the Northern Rhino only to find that it is declared extinct in the wild.
  • 21:00
    Darwin's Garden
    Dangerous Ideas
    Dangerous Ideas
    This film tells the story of the experiments, proving that many different types of seeds can survive immersion in salt water for a month.
  • 22:00
    Signature of Life
    The End of the Race against Time
    The End of the Race against Time
    In this episode of the Da Vinci Learning series "The signature of life" we explain how a scientist was able to put a new dimension on time.
  • 22:30
    Signature of Life
    The Man Who Loved Trees
    The Man Who Loved Trees
    In this episode of the Da Vinci Learning series "The signature of life" we show how trees may aid the development of new anti cancer drugs.
  • 23:00
    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.
  • 00:00
    Great Dreamers
    Tsiolkovsky´s Worlds of Miracle
    Tsiolkovsky´s Worlds of Miracle
    This docudrama focuses on Konstantin Tsiolkovsky’s life and work, and discusses "his" solar system and the physics of the moon.
  • 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
    When the Sun Stands Still - Kepler, Galileo and the Heavens
    When the Sun Stands Still - Kepler, Galileo and the Heavens
    When the Sun Stands Still - Kepler, Galileo and the Heavens
    Learn more about the little-known story of the relationship between the two world famous scientists: Kepler and Galileo.
  • 02:00
    e² Design
    New Orleans: The Water Line
    New Orleans: The Water Line
    After Hurricane Katrina, the residents of New Orleans banded together to rebuild their community sustainably despite government inaction.
  • 02:30
    e² Design
    Super Use
    Super Use
    In Rotterdam, a new approach to design is making surplus superfluous with a new kind of aesthetic and functionality in sustainablility.
  • 03:00
    Secrets of Quantum Physics
    Einstein's Nightmare
    Einstein's Nightmare
    That nature is governed by chance undermined theory of relativity. Does reality exist, or do we conjure it into existence by observation?
  • 04:00
    Secrets of Quantum Physics
    Let There Be Life
    Let There Be Life
    Can quantum mechanics explain biology? Jim Al-Khalili explores how Quantum Mechanics shaped the mechanism by which living species evolved.
  • 05:00
    Music of the Primes
    Cracking Primes
    Cracking Primes
    In this episode of the series "Music of the primes" we examine how computers bring us nearer to solving the mystery of prime numbers.
  • 05:30
    Signature of Life
    Chirality
    Chirality
    In this episode of the Da Vinci Learning series "The signature of life" we explain what the word chirality means and what it says about our life.
  • 06:00
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Grand Prize Show
    Grand Prize Show
    In front of a live audience we announce our top five young inventors. Who will win the top invention and their very own patent?
  • 06:25
    Let's Get Inventin'
    'The Teenager' Get out of Bed Machine
    'The Teenager' Get out of Bed Machine
    Dylan, aged 8, has invented a bed that wakes you up and automatically gets you dressed and ready for school.
  • 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
    Mouse Storage
    Mouse Storage
    Find out how to make a perfect place to store a mouse, create an Ancient Egyptian party and more!
  • 07:55
    Finger Tips
    Edible Soup Bowl
    Edible Soup Bowl
    Find out how to serve soup in an edible bowl, come up with an explosive bath-time treat and personalise mouse mats!
  • 08:15
    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.
  • 08:45
    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.
  • 09:15
    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.
  • 09:25
    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 …
  • 09:35
    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.
  • 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
    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.
  • 10:25
    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?
  • 10:35
    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?
  • 10:45
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Gravity Roller Skates
    Gravity Roller Skates
    Zoe, aged 10, wants to invent a machine that sucks the energy from hills as she travels down them so she can zoom along and up them again.
  • 11:10
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Hover Car
    Hover Car
    Calum, aged 10, has invented a hover car. It is powered by two small petrol fans and is better for the environment.
  • 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
    Plaster Helping Hand
    Plaster Helping Hand
    Find out how to make your life easier with the plaster helping hand, have a smashing time creating the game of Demolition Derby and more!
  • 12:55
    Finger Tips
    Crazy Cactus
    Crazy Cactus
    Find out how to create a crazy cactus with a secret, transform your t-shirts with a load of vegetables and create the ultimate sweet treat!
  • 13:15
    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.
  • 13:45
    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.
  • 14:15
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Amedeo Modigliani
    Amedeo Modigliani
    Moving into a new home can be tiresome, but not for Amedeo Modigliani: no box is too heavy for his two passionate admirers Mati and Dada!
  • 14:25
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Canaletto
    Canaletto
    Mati and Dada go on an amazing adventure in Venice and find themselves in a gondola with the one and only Canaletto.
  • 14:35
    Art with Mati and Dada
    Berenice Abbott
    Berenice Abbott
    Mati and Dada meet photographer Berenice Abbott and learn everything there is to know about her technique of scientific photography.
  • 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
    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?
  • 15:25
    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.
  • 15:35
    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'?
  • 15:45
    Full Proof
    Mirrors
    Mirrors
    Sjanne from the Netherlands loves to dance in front of the mirror. In this episode, she learns everything there is to know about mirrors.
  • 16:00
    Full Proof
    Floating/Sinking
    Floating/Sinking
    Eleven-year-old Jacob from Sweden wonders why ships don’t sink but a stone does. To find out, he does all kinds of fun tests.
  • 16:15
    Snapshots
    Flashing Lights
    Flashing Lights
    Using fun props and costumes, the photographers learn how to master the art of stylized selfies. Who takes the winning Snapshot? #winning
  • 16:40
    Finding Stuff Out
    Cars
    Cars
    Harrison finds out how a car works when a teenage race car driver brings her mini Formula 1 car to Harrison’s house.
  • 17:05
    Finding Stuff Out
    Pets
    Pets
    Harrison starts a pet-sitting service, but he’s soon overwhelmed when one of the pets turns out to be surprisingly wild.
  • 17:30
    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.
  • 18:00
    Thomas Edison's Secret Lab
    Nanobots Byte & Follow Your Nose
    Nanobots Byte & Follow Your Nose
    Angie's garbage-eating nanobytes have escaped so the Kids must find them. And J.D. and Kent accidentally beam their noses to parts unknown!
  • 18:25
    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.
  • 18:50
    Look Kool
    Nature's Most Mysterious Patterns
    Nature's Most Mysterious Patterns
    In this episode, Hamza finds out what video game graphics have in common with broccoli and learns that nature and math are closely related.
  • 19:15
    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.
  • 19:30
    GEOlino
    Sumatra: A New Chance for the Orangutans
    Sumatra: A New Chance for the Orangutans
    Today, about 6,000 orangutans live on Sumatra. Palm oil plantations are destroying their habitat, and many locals regard them as playthings.
  • 19:45
    GEOlino
    Cambodia: Soun and the Snakes
    Cambodia: Soun and the Snakes
    When the forests in Cambodia sink into water during rainy season, the fishermen leave their floating villages to catch water snakes.
  • 20:00
    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.
  • 21:00
    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.
  • 22:00
    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.
  • 22:30
    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?
  • 23:00
    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.
  • 00:00
    Return of the White Rhino
    Return of the White Rhino
    Return of the White Rhino
    Stephen Fry and Mark Carwardine track down the Northern Rhino only to find that it is declared extinct in the wild.
  • 01:00
    Darwin's Garden
    Dangerous Ideas
    Dangerous Ideas
    This film tells the story of the experiments, proving that many different types of seeds can survive immersion in salt water for a month.
  • 02:00
    Signature of Life
    The End of the Race against Time
    The End of the Race against Time
    In this episode of the Da Vinci Learning series "The signature of life" we explain how a scientist was able to put a new dimension on time.
  • 02:30
    Signature of Life
    The Man Who Loved Trees
    The Man Who Loved Trees
    In this episode of the Da Vinci Learning series "The signature of life" we show how trees may aid the development of new anti cancer drugs.
  • 03:00
    Oak Tree - Nature's Greatest Survivor
    Oak Tree - part 1
    Oak Tree - part 1
    Uncover the transformations the oak goes through to meet the challenges of four very different seasons, surviving gales and frosts.
  • 04:00
    Oak Tree - Nature's Greatest Survivor
    Oak tree - part 2
    Oak tree - part 2
    Uncover the transformations the oak goes through to meet the challenges of four very different seasons, investigating how it procreates.
  • 04:45
    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.
  • 05:00
    Chasing Longevity
    Live Long and Prosper
    Live Long and Prosper
    As a species, humans have gained some six years of life expectancy over the last two decades. Is the secret to longevity in the right genes?
  • 05:30
    Chasing Longevity
    We Are What We Eat
    We Are What We Eat
    Do you eat to live or do you live to eat? We’ve all heard that eating well gives us a longer, healthier life, so what does eating well mean?