Full Schedule

  • 06:00
    Once Upon a Time... Life
    The Brain
    The Brain
    The most complex structure of the entire universe is sitting up in your head. The human brain is the conductor of all that your body does.
  • 06:30
    Once Upon a Time... The Discoverers
    Galileo
    Galileo
    Galileo was not only a physicist and astronomer but also a mathematician and philosopher. Learn more with Maestro!
  • 07:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Searching Afghanistan and the Marine Reserve
    Searching Afghanistan and the Marine Reserve
    Meet "The ship of the desert" - the camel - as Marvi once again tests your knowledge of the animal world.
  • 07:30
    Explorer Express
    Electric Skies
    Electric Skies
    How much energy does lightning contain? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 08:00
    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.
  • 08:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Pogobike
    Pogobike
    William liked his pogo and he loved his bike. So he thought of combining the two into a brand new extreme adventure sport. Pogo-biking.
  • 09:00
    Finger Tips
    Message in a Bottle
    Message in a Bottle
    Find out how to make a message in a bottle, use technology to be a twin and more!
  • 09:15
    Spellz
    Stings and Stuff
    Stings and Stuff
    Jay and Bridget enlighten us on the secrets behind some of magic’s tried and true classics!
  • 09:30
    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!
  • 10:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Polar Bears and Tiger Sharks
    Polar Bears and Tiger Sharks
    Marvi dives into the ocean to learn more about the fascinating tiger shark. And meet a polar bear and her babies in their freezing habitat.
  • 10:30
    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.
  • 11:00
    Finding Stuff Out
    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.
  • 11:30
    Explorer Express
    Dirty as a Pig
    Dirty as a Pig
    How dirty are pigs really? And how does flesh eating plants eat? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 12:00
    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.
  • 12:30
    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.
  • 13:00
    Let's Get Inventin'
    The End of the French Dream
    The End of the French Dream
    The old rivalries of Europe continue on a new battlefield as France and England fight a war over disputed lands along the great Mississippi.
  • 13:30
    Finger Tips
    French Fry Butterfly
    French Fry Butterfly
    Find out how to make a french fry butterfly, plan a jungle party and more!
  • 13:45
    Spellz
    Loopy Levitations
    Loopy Levitations
    Jay and Bridget will make things that shouldn’t ever float, float!
  • 14:00
    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.
  • 14:30
    Marvi Hammer
    Trout and Rattlesnakes
    Trout and Rattlesnakes
    How poisonous are rattle snakes? Meet a man who is not afraid of them - and find out what "swimming against the tide" really means.
  • 15:00
    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.
  • 15:30
    Explorer Express
    Stone Age Music
    Stone Age Music
    How was music made in the stone ages? Find out now - and learn more fun experiments with Thomas and Kati.
  • 16:00
    All For Kids
    Zany Ziplines & Totally Totem
    Zany Ziplines & Totally Totem
    Jameson shows us how a zany zipline works. Madi makes a totem pole. Christian makes sensational stencils. Lindsay makes fish finger dippers.
  • 16:30
    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.
  • 17:00
    Let's Get Inventin'
    The Indians in the 18th Century
    The Indians in the 18th Century
    Sharing the land with the colonizers proves to be no easy task. Guns and disease, the gifts of the white man, ravage the Indian way of life.
  • 17:30
    Finger Tips
    Table Top Tornado
    Table Top Tornado
    Find out how to make a croc knocker, sidewalk chalk, a table top tornado and more!
  • 17:45
    Artzooka
    Milk Carton Whale
    Milk Carton Whale
    Jeremie makes a whale out of a milk carton, a cave for a sleeping bear picture and a box that creates funny faces!
  • 18:15
    Science Max
    Simple Machines
    Simple Machines
    Phil uses the power of simple machines to move a machine he could barely budge. Plus, lift yourself with one finger and discover the wheel.
  • 18:45
    Marvi Hammer
    Desert Odyssey and Jungle Oasis
    Desert Odyssey and Jungle Oasis
    Today, Marvi visits Africa. Join the desert odyssey and encounter the jungle oases of Africa!
  • 19:15
    Once Upon a Time... Planet Earth
    Water in Sahel
    Water in Sahel
    The Planet Guards club discovers life in the African Sahel and what is necessary to survive sustainably in an arid climate.
  • 19:45
    Ascent of Woman
    Revolution
    Revolution
    Amanda looks at the role of women in revolutions that have transformed the modern world: from political uprisings to reproductive rights.
  • 21:00
    The Flight of the Stork
    Flight of the Stork
    Flight of the Stork
    Follow white storks on their seasonal journeys between Central Europe and their African winter quarters!
  • 21:50
    Futuris
    Robots on the Borderline
    Robots on the Borderline
    Researchers have developed an unmanned vehicle for monitoring European land borders for illicit activities like human trafficking.
  • 22:00
    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.
  • 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
    The Museum of Life - Vienna's Natural History Museum
    Museum of Life - Vienna's Natural History Museum
    Museum of Life - Vienna's Natural History Museum
    Discover the history of Vienna's Natural History Museum as well as explore the museum’s contribution to science across the world!
  • 23:50
    Futuris
    Ultimate Flight Test
    Ultimate Flight Test
    Loss of flight control due to failed upset recovery remains a safety issue. Ground-based simulation might be the only viable option.
  • 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
    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.
  • 02:30
    What the Industrial Revolution Did for Us
    War Machine
    War Machine
    Dan Cruickshank discovers how the Industrial Revolution created modern warfare. He looks at some of our most important inventions.
  • 03:00
    Sea of Creepy Monsters
    Sea of Creepy Monsters
    Sea of Creepy Monsters
    The Lembeh strait is a hotspot of marine biodiversity. A filmmaker couple spent months capturing animal behaviour never filmed before.
  • 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
    Platypus - World's Strangest Animal
    Platypus: World's Strangest Animal
    Platypus: World's Strangest Animal
    The Platypus has baffled scientists since its discovery over 200 years ago. The Platypus is one of only two living mammals to lay eggs.
  • 04:50
    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
    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.
  • 05:30
    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.
  • 06:00
    Once Upon a Time... Life
    The Neurones
    The Neurones
    Our brains may process and store information, but it is through our neurons that we are able to pervceive and react to the world around us.
  • 06:30
    Once Upon a Time... The Discoverers
    Newton
    Newton
    Meet one of the most influential men in human history: Isaac Newton. Learn more about his groundbreaking discoveries...
  • 07:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Volcano Photographer and Gila Monster
    Volcano Photographer and Gila Monster
    Join us as we take you on a dangerous adventure to take pictures of volcanoes and a Gila Monster, a million year old species of lizard!
  • 07:30
    Explorer Express
    The Mighty Sneeze
    The Mighty Sneeze
    How powerful is a sneeze really? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 08:00
    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.
  • 08:30
    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.
  • 09:00
    Finger Tips
    Tidysaurus
    Tidysaurus
    Find out how to make a Tidysaurus, splat pizza and more!
  • 09:15
    Spellz
    Magic Math
    Magic Math
    Jay and Bridget make magic with numbers!
  • 09:30
    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.
  • 10:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Bison and Bald Eagles
    Bison and Bald Eagles
    Marvi travels to the United States to learn more about the endangered bison and a bird that is holy to the native Americans.
  • 10:30
    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.
  • 11:00
    GEOlino
    Jenny and Her Flying Foxes
    Jenny and Her Flying Foxes
    The North coast of Australia is home to flying foxes. But a disease, causing paralysis, is making the poor animals fall from their nests.
  • 11:10
    GEOlino
    India's Jungle Book Hospital
    India's Jungle Book Hospital
    India’s only scientifically run rehabilitation centre offers shelter for wild animals that would have hardly survived dense population.
  • 11:30
    Explorer Express
    Stone Age Music
    Stone Age Music
    How was music made in the stone ages? Find out now - and learn more fun experiments with Thomas and Kati.
  • 12:00
    All For Kids
    Zany Ziplines & Totally Totem
    Zany Ziplines & Totally Totem
    Jameson shows us how a zany zipline works. Madi makes a totem pole. Christian makes sensational stencils. Lindsay makes fish finger dippers.
  • 12:30
    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.
  • 13:00
    Let's Get Inventin'
    The Indians in the 18th Century
    The Indians in the 18th Century
    Sharing the land with the colonizers proves to be no easy task. Guns and disease, the gifts of the white man, ravage the Indian way of life.
  • 13:30
    Finger Tips
    Table Top Tornado
    Table Top Tornado
    Find out how to make a croc knocker, sidewalk chalk, a table top tornado and more!
  • 13:45
    Spellz
    Tricky Transformations
    Tricky Transformations
    Jay and Bridget magically transform things into entirely new things!
  • 14:00
    Artzooka
    Milk Carton Whale
    Milk Carton Whale
    Jeremie makes a whale out of a milk carton, a cave for a sleeping bear picture and a box that creates funny faces!
  • 14:30
    Marvi Hammer
    Big Horn Sheep and Humpback Whales
    Big Horn Sheep and Humpback Whales
    Learn more about whales and their mysterious but beautiful songs. And Marvi and the world reporters travel to the Rocky Mountains…
  • 15:00
    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.
  • 15:30
    Explorer Express
    Flies on the Wall
    Flies on the Wall
    Why does salt water not relieve your thirst? And did Dracula really exist? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 16:00
    All For Kids
    Rain Inside & Chalk Chaps
    Rain Inside & Chalk Chaps
    Jameson makes indoors rain. Christian creates chalk chaps body outlines. Madi sets up a traffic light garden. Lindsay creates an ABC punch.
  • 16:30
    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.
  • 17:00
    Let's Get Inventin'
    The 13 Colonies towards Independence
    The 13 Colonies towards Independence
    After working together to force the French out of America, the new settlers set their sights on evicting a new foe: their homeland, England.
  • 17:30
    Finger Tips
    Safari Lunchbox
    Safari Lunchbox
    Find out how to make a safari lunchbox, smelly rocks and more!
  • 17:45
    Spellz
    Mental Marvels
    Mental Marvels
    Jay and Bridget perform more amazing mind reading tricks!
  • 18:00
    Artzooka
    Plastic Bottle Jetpack
    Plastic Bottle Jetpack
    Jeremie recycles plastic bottles for a jetpack, creates a filter for his camera, and prints colourful designs using some unusual tools.
  • 18:30
    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.
  • 19:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Elephants and Cave Divers
    Elephants and Cave Divers
    In this episode, Marvi and his world reporters take a look at underwater caves and elephants!
  • 19:30
    Finding Stuff Out
    Water
    Water
    Harrison’s water is shut off because of a water main break, so he’s extra interested in how water is formed, and how we can conserve it.
  • 20:00
    Ultimate Aurora
    Ultimate Aurora
    Ultimate Aurora
    Ultimate Aurora follows Ben Longmier and his team on their quest to revolutionise space exploration by harnessing the energy of plasma.
  • 20:50
    Futuris
    Robots Under The Skin
    Robots Under The Skin
    In Italy scientists have been working on a robot surgery system that could help execute precise, non-invasive surgery without visible scars.
  • 21:00
    Moon Shots
    Moon Shots
    Moon Shots
    This is the real story of NASA's Moon Missions. From giant leaps to tragic set backs, this film pays tribute to the history of space travel.
  • 22:00
    Super Science
    Facial Recognition: Israel
    Facial Recognition: Israel
    Our personalities are written on our faces, or so says the proverb. But what if your entire history could be known with one glance?
  • 22:30
    e² Energy
    Growing Energy
    Growing Energy
    In response to the oil crisis of the 1970s, Brazil created a domestic ethanol industry that is thriving on all levels.
  • 23:00
    The Fantastical World of Hormones
    The Fantastical World of Hormones
    From how we grow to how we feel, hormones are a part of what makes us human, touching on some of the best and worst in medical history.
  • 00:00
    Living for the Queen
    Living for the Queen
    Living for the Queen
    Follow an internationally renowned beekeeper over several months as he breeds queen bees and passed on his unparalleled knowledge to you!
  • 00:50
    Futuris
    Plug Your Energy Leaks
    Plug Your Energy Leaks
    Power leaks from all electronic devices. In this film find out how the electronics of tomorrow will put our energy bill to better use.
  • 01:00
    The Flight of the Stork
    Flight of the Stork
    Flight of the Stork
    Follow white storks on their seasonal journeys between Central Europe and their African winter quarters!
  • 01:50
    Futuris
    Robots on the Borderline
    Robots on the Borderline
    Researchers have developed an unmanned vehicle for monitoring European land borders for illicit activities like human trafficking.
  • 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
    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
    Order and Disorder
    Order and Disorder: Energy
    Order and Disorder: Energy
    Professor Jim Al-Khalili reveals how energy helped us understand the inner workings of everything from a car engine to a supernova.
  • 04:00
    Order and Disorder
    Order and Disorder: Information
    Order and Disorder: Information
    Professor Jim Al-Khalili investigates how information is woven into the fabric of reality itself.
  • 05:00
    Super Science
    Gesture-based Interaction: Singapore
    Gesture-based Interaction: Singapore
    Are we turning into machines? Or are computers becoming more human? In a Singapore research lab, the difference is becoming hard to tell.
  • 05:30
    e² Energy
    Paving the Way
    Paving the Way
    In America, transportation consumes nearly 70 percent of all oil used. Can efficient automobile design offer a solution for the environment?
  • 06:00
    Once Upon a Time... Life
    The Eye
    The Eye
    What we see and what we think we see are two different things. It's a game between our brain and our eyes that gives us our sense of vision.
  • 06:00
    Once Upon a Time... Life
    The Eye
    The Eye
    What we see and what we think we see are two different things. It's a game between our brain and our eyes that gives us our sense of vision.
  • 06:30
    Once Upon a Time... The Discoverers
    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.
  • 07:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Salukis and Photo Safari
    Salukis and Photo Safari
    What is a Saluki? Find out with Marvi and watch a photographer who uses motion sensors and patience to take photographs of tigers!
  • 07:30
    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.
  • 08:00
    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.
  • 08:30
    All For Kids
    Ant-Urbia Disturbia & Unidentified Flying Awesomobile
    Ant-Urbia Disturbia & Unidentified Flying Awesomobile
    Kent befriends the ants of Ant-Urbia. Later on, Kent is mistaken for an alien when he flies Edison’s Awesomobile to France.
  • 09:00
    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.
  • 09:30
    Artzooka
    Underground Cave Jar
    Underground Cave Jar
    Jeremie shows us how to make enchanting underground caves in a jar, creates a tiny airplane for a panda and running shoe art!
  • 10:00
    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.
  • 10:30
    Quirky Science
    Light
    Light
    Explore historical developments and modern-day lighting innovations that could change the future!
  • 11:00
    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!
  • 11:30
    Explorer Express
    Flies on the Wall
    Flies on the Wall
    Why does salt water not relieve your thirst? And did Dracula really exist? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 12:00
    All For Kids
    Rain Inside & Chalk Chaps
    Rain Inside & Chalk Chaps
    Jameson makes indoors rain. Christian creates chalk chaps body outlines. Madi sets up a traffic light garden. Lindsay creates an ABC punch.
  • 12:30
    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.
  • 12:45
    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.
  • 13:00
    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.
  • 13:30
    Finger Tips
    Safari Lunchbox
    Safari Lunchbox
    Find out how to make a safari lunchbox, smelly rocks and more!
  • 13:45
    Spellz
    Mental Marvels
    Mental Marvels
    Jay and Bridget perform more amazing mind reading tricks!
  • 14:00
    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!
  • 14:30
    Full Proof
    Evaporating and freezing
    Evaporating and freezing
    Sebastián from Chile wonders how water can turn into steam and builds a coke geyser. Can it blow as high as the real ones?
  • 14:40
    Full Proof
    Lenses
    Lenses
    Jefferson from Chile wants to see the stars and is determined to build his own telescope. Will he succeed?
  • 15:00
    Finding Stuff Out
    Water
    Water
    Harrison’s water is shut off because of a water main break, so he’s extra interested in how water is formed, and how we can conserve it.
  • 15:30
    Once Upon a Time... Planet Earth
    Children's Labour
    Children's Labour
    The Planet Guards gang meet some kids who are forced to work at a very young age for little money in order to support their families.
  • 16:00
    All For Kids
    Collision Course & Yummy Drumettes
    Collision Course & Yummy Drumettes
    Madi makes a wheelbarrow garden. Jameson shows what happens when things collide. Christian makes small boats. Lindsay makes chicken wings.
  • 16:30
    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.
  • 17:00
    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.
  • 17:10
    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.
  • 17:30
    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.
  • 17:45
    Gastroblast
    Chicken Fingers
    Chicken Fingers
    Link demonstrates some basic kitchen hygiene while preparing chicken fingers. Raw foods have the potential to host salmonella.
  • 18:00
    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.
  • 18:30
    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.
  • 19:00
    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.
  • 19:30
    Finding Stuff Out
    Reptiles
    Reptiles
    To find out where dragon legends could have come from, Harrison goes on a quest to find the biggest, dragon-iest reptiles in the world.
  • 20:00
    James May's Big Ideas
    Man-machine
    Man-machine
    Explore the world of cyborgs, robots, robotics and the difficulties of making an artificial version of human beings.
  • 21:00
    James May's Big Ideas
    Power to the People
    Power to the People
    Join James in searching for brighter, more powerful and technologically forward-thinking sources of energy.
  • 22:00
    Last Chance to See
    Aye-aye
    Aye-aye
    Stephen and Mark travel to Madagascar in search of the aye-aye, a lemur that is said to bring death, and has been persecuted because of it.
  • 23:00
    Last Chance to See
    Komodo Dragon
    Komodo Dragon
    Stephen and Mark travel to Indonesia to see the deadly Komodo Dragons. They join a project to capture and tag the animals.
  • 00:00
    Connected
    Connected
    Connected
    Connected examines the baffling idea of a pervasive law at the core of nature, a fundamental law, governing networks from viruses to people.
  • 00:45
    Futuris
    Micronutrients Against Malnutrition
    Micronutrients Against Malnutrition
    Along with hundreds of other Kenyan youngsters, Stanley is part of a research project aimed at fighting child malnutrition in Africa.
  • 01:00
    James May's Big Ideas
    Come Fly with Me
    Come Fly with Me
    We’re still reliant on 19th and early 20th century transport solution. Join James to find a better, bolder way of getting about.
  • 02:00
    Ugly Beauty
    Ugly Beauty
    Ugly Beauty
    On his quest to find beauty in modern art, art critic, Waldemar Januszczak interviews some of the greatest living artists.
  • 03:00
    Science Shack
    Can you live under water?
    Can you live under water?
    Watch as the team builds Adam a self-sustaining underwater habitat, and tries to discover whether it’s possible to live underwater.
  • 03:30
    Fossil Detectives
    East of England
    East of England
    Come discover the story behind the world's largest and most complete mammoth skeleton!
  • 04:00
    James May's Big Ideas
    Man-machine
    Man-machine
    Explore the world of cyborgs, robots, robotics and the difficulties of making an artificial version of human beings.
  • 05:00
    James May's Big Ideas
    Power to the People
    Power to the People
    Join James in searching for brighter, more powerful and technologically forward-thinking sources of energy.
  • 06:00
    Once Upon a Time... Life
    The Ear
    The Ear
    Of course are ears are essential to hearing music and laughter, but did you also know it's essential to maintaining our sense of balance?
  • 06:30
    Once Upon a Time... The Discoverers
    Lavoisier & Chemistry
    Lavoisier & Chemistry
    The discoverer of oxygen, Antoine Lavoisier and his other amazing discoveries is the topic of this episode.
  • 07:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Humboldt Calamari and Underwater Station
    Humboldt Calamari and Underwater Station
    Join us as we accompany two fearless marine biologists take a deeper look at some of the ocean's scariest and most fascinating animals!
  • 07:30
    Mindworks
    Altered Views
    Altered Views
    You’ve probably played hide and seek. It's difficult to hide while in plain view. All it may take are a few tricks to alter our perception!
  • 08:00
    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?
  • 08:30
    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.
  • 09:00
    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.
  • 09:10
    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.
  • 09:30
    Once Upon a Time... Planet Earth
    Women of the World
    Women of the World
    Join the Planet Guards club and learn about the lives of women of different cultures from around the world.
  • 10:00
    Science Max
    Air Pressure
    Air Pressure
    Phil uses air pressure to make a giant rocket. Plus, he blows up a bottle with liquid nitrogen and crushes a steel drum using air pressure.
  • 10:30
    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.
  • 11:00
    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.
  • 11:30
    Full Proof
    Waves
    Waves
    In this episode, surfer Chayenne finds out what waves are. Can she create the most beautiful wave on earth?
  • 11:40
    Full Proof
    Plastic
    Plastic
    In order to reduce plastic waste, Mona from Amsterdam melts and molds plastic and turns it into a beautiful vase.
  • 12:00
    Full Proof
    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.
  • 12:30
    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.
  • 12:40
    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.
  • 13:00
    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.
  • 13:30
    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.
  • 14:00
    Artzooka
    Plastic Bottle Jetpack
    Plastic Bottle Jetpack
    Jeremie recycles plastic bottles for a jetpack, creates a filter for his camera, and prints colourful designs using some unusual tools.
  • 14:30
    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.
  • 15:00
    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.
  • 15:15
    Gastroblast
    Chicken Fingers
    Chicken Fingers
    Link demonstrates some basic kitchen hygiene while preparing chicken fingers. Raw foods have the potential to host salmonella.
  • 15:30
    Science Max
    Simple Machines
    Simple Machines
    Phil uses the power of simple machines to move a machine he could barely budge. Plus, lift yourself with one finger and discover the wheel.
  • 16:00
    Quirky Science
    Telephone
    Telephone
    Explore the historical development of telephony and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
  • 16:30
    GEOlino
    Lamu - The Donkey Island
    Lamu - The Donkey Island
    6000 donkeys live on the little island of Lamu, a tropical paradise just off the coast of Kenya. 14-year-old Shee dreams of his own donkey.
  • 16:40
    GEOlino
    Wales - The World Championship of Sheepdogs
    Wales - The World Championship of Sheepdogs
    Wales is home to 11 million sheep and best sheepdogs. Nigel and one of his biggest talents are training for the world championship.
  • 17:00
    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.
  • 17:30
    Look Kool
    Trusses
    Trusses
    Hamza wonders why so many structures, like bridges, are made of interlocking triangles.
  • 18:00
    Look Kool
    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.
  • 18:30
    Once Upon a Time... Planet Earth
    New Energy
    New Energy
    Join the Planet Guards club and learn about the many alternative and green friendly forms of energy.
  • 19:00
    Science Max
    States of Matter
    States of Matter
    Phil fills a giant trough with cornstarch mud to see if it’s solid enough to run across. Plus, a giant sledgehammer made of frozen pumpkin.
  • 19:30
    Full Proof
    Surface Tension
    Surface Tension
    When walking through the tulip fields, Dutch Maureen spots drops of water on the tulip leaves. In this episode, she finds out why.
  • 19:40
    Full Proof
    Action/Reaction
    Action/Reaction
    Raynnan lives close to the European Space Centre in French Guiana. In this episode, he gets to build his own, very cool, rocket!
  • 20:00
    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.
  • 21:00
    Chasing Perfection
    Chasing Perfection - part 1
    Chasing Perfection - part 1
    Following athletes from birth to the elite start line, we’ll discuss whether the human race is evolving by improving sports performance.
  • 21:45
    Futuris
    Safer Roads Ahead
    Safer Roads Ahead
    Croatia is a test site of a project to equip cars with a prompt wireless emergency system, potentially saving lives in case of an accident.
  • 22:00
    Nature Tech
    Magic of Motion
    Magic of Motion
    Find out why sharks can swim so fast and how vultures can help the next generation of airliners.
  • 22:50
    Futuris
    Healthier Ageing... Just a Click Away
    Healthier Ageing... Just a Click Away
    As people live longer they are fighting disease while trying to maintain a quality of life. A helping hand is now just a few clicks away.
  • 23:00
    Nature Tech
    The Material World
    The Material World
    Peer inside a sequoia to find out how nature has built the largest living thing ever. See how it might help make better bullet-proof vests!
  • 00:00
    The Museum of Life - Vienna's Natural History Museum
    Museum of Life - Vienna's Natural History Museum
    Museum of Life - Vienna's Natural History Museum
    Discover the history of Vienna's Natural History Museum as well as explore the museum’s contribution to science across the world!
  • 00:50
    Futuris
    Ultimate Flight Test
    Ultimate Flight Test
    Loss of flight control due to failed upset recovery remains a safety issue. Ground-based simulation might be the only viable option.
  • 01:00
    The Fantastical World of Hormones
    The Fantastical World of Hormones
    From how we grow to how we feel, hormones are a part of what makes us human, touching on some of the best and worst in medical history.
  • 02:00
    e² Intervention Architecture
    e² Intervention Architecture
    e² Intervention Architecture
    Intervention Architecture explores architecture that creates positive change economically, culturally, environmentally and socially.
  • 03:00
    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?
  • 03:30
    e² Design
    Architecture 2030
    Architecture 2030
    Can policy change and education avert a climate crisis? Ed Mazria is committing to a carbon-neutral building sector by the year 2030.
  • 04:00
    What is Beauty?
    What is Beauty?
    What is Beauty?
    Is beauty relative, or is it something more universal? Matthew Collings leaps through art history to underlie the principles of beauty.
  • 05:00
    Chasing Perfection
    Chasing Perfection - part 1
    Chasing Perfection - part 1
    Following athletes from birth to the elite start line, we’ll discuss whether the human race is evolving by improving sports performance.
  • 05:45
    Futuris
    Safer Roads Ahead
    Safer Roads Ahead
    Croatia is a test site of a project to equip cars with a prompt wireless emergency system, potentially saving lives in case of an accident.
  • 06:00
    Once Upon a Time... Life
    The Skin
    The Skin
    Your largest organ is also the most exposed to external elements. Your skin is constantly performing essential functions that may amaze you.
  • 06:30
    Once Upon a Time... The Discoverers
    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.
  • 07:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Climbing Tour and Pilot Whales
    Climbing Tour and Pilot Whales
    How deep can whales dive? Find out in this episode - and come with the world reporters as they climb mountains.
  • 07:30
    Explorer Express
    Spinning Ballerina
    Spinning Ballerina
    How does a ballerina spin without getting dizzy? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 08:00
    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.
  • 08:30
    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?
  • 09:00
    Finger Tips
    Beachcomber Hut
    Beachcomber Hut
    Find out how to make a beachcomber hut, t-shirt cushions, X-ray telescope and more!
  • 09:15
    Spellz
    Handy Magic
    Handy Magic
    Jay makes great magic using nothing but his bare hands!
  • 09:30
    Artzooka
    Bobble Head Audience
    Bobble Head Audience
    Jeremie makes some people with wobbly heads, creates wrapping paper and explores a drawing exercise that captures body expressions.
  • 10:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Tapirs and Lion Tamarins
    Tapirs and Lion Tamarins
    What is a tamarin? What animal is a cross between a pig and an elephant? Marvi and the world reporters have the answers!
  • 10:30
    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!
  • 11:00
    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.
  • 11:30
    GEOlino
    Lamu - The Donkey Island
    Lamu - The Donkey Island
    6000 donkeys live on the little island of Lamu, a tropical paradise just off the coast of Kenya. 14-year-old Shee dreams of his own donkey.
  • 11:40
    GEOlino
    Wales - The World Championship of Sheepdogs
    Wales - The World Championship of Sheepdogs
    Wales is home to 11 million sheep and best sheepdogs. Nigel and one of his biggest talents are training for the world championship.
  • 12:00
    All For Kids
    Collision Course & Yummy Drumettes
    Collision Course & Yummy Drumettes
    Madi makes a wheelbarrow garden. Jameson shows what happens when things collide. Christian makes small boats. Lindsay makes chicken wings.
  • 12:30
    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.
  • 13:00
    Let's Get Inventin'
    The 13 Colonies towards Independence
    The 13 Colonies towards Independence
    After working together to force the French out of America, the new settlers set their sights on evicting a new foe: their homeland, England.
  • 13:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    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.
  • 14:00
    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.
  • 14:30
    Marvi Hammer
    Elephants and Cave Divers
    Elephants and Cave Divers
    In this episode, Marvi and his world reporters take a look at underwater caves and elephants!
  • 15:00
    Finding Stuff Out
    Reptiles
    Reptiles
    To find out where dragon legends could have come from, Harrison goes on a quest to find the biggest, dragon-iest reptiles in the world.
  • 15:30
    Explorer Express
    Sharks and Aeroplanes
    Sharks and Aeroplanes
    What do sharks and aeroplanes have in common? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 16:00
    All For Kids
    Crazy Corks & Flying Saucers
    Crazy Corks & Flying Saucers
    Jameson shows cork experiments. Christian makes flying saucers. Madi makes a handy hose. And Lindsay makes some cookies with a message.
  • 16:30
    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.
  • 17:00
    Let's Get Inventin'
    The War of Independence
    The War of Independence
    Fighting for their independence from England and the unpredictable King George III, the American colonists find help in unexpected places.
  • 17:30
    Finger Tips
    Extra Terrestial Party
    Extra Terrestial Party
    Find out how to make a dream catcher, plan an extra terrestrial party and more!
  • 17:45
    Spellz
    The Magic Wand
    The Magic Wand
    Jay and his magic wand will make some fantastic magic.
  • 18:00
    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.
  • 18:30
    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.
  • 18:40
    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.
  • 19:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Kangaroos and Cheetahs
    Kangaroos and Cheetahs
    What animal is the fastest in the world? And what animal can jump the longest? Learn more about these record breaking "athletes" here!
  • 19:30
    Finding Stuff Out
    Astronauts
    Astronauts
    Harrison wants to go to space, but first he’ll learn how to float in zero gravity, sleep “standing up,” and figure out how a rocket works.
  • 20:00
    The Science of Bubbles
    The Science of Bubbles
    The Science of Bubbles
    From the micro to the macro, experimental physicist Helen Czerksi shows how bubbles underpin physical, chemical and biological processes.
  • 21:00
    The Science of Bubbles
    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.
  • 22:00
    Science Shack
    Could you fly like a bird?
    Could you fly like a bird?
    Watch as Adam investigates the science of flying and explores the different theories regarding bird flight.
  • 22:30
    Fossil Detectives
    Scotland
    Scotland
    Go fossil hunting in Scotland's Loch Ness and fish for strange, ancient armoured creatures.
  • 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
    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.
  • 00:00
    Ultimate Aurora
    Ultimate Aurora
    Ultimate Aurora
    Ultimate Aurora follows Ben Longmier and his team on their quest to revolutionise space exploration by harnessing the energy of plasma.
  • 00:50
    Futuris
    Robots Under The Skin
    Robots Under The Skin
    In Italy scientists have been working on a robot surgery system that could help execute precise, non-invasive surgery without visible scars.
  • 01:00
    Moon Shots
    Moon Shots
    Moon Shots
    This is the real story of NASA's Moon Missions. From giant leaps to tragic set backs, this film pays tribute to the history of space travel.
  • 02:00
    Super Science
    Facial Recognition: Israel
    Facial Recognition: Israel
    Our personalities are written on our faces, or so says the proverb. But what if your entire history could be known with one glance?
  • 02:30
    e² Energy
    Growing Energy
    Growing Energy
    In response to the oil crisis of the 1970s, Brazil created a domestic ethanol industry that is thriving on all levels.
  • 03:00
    Last Chance to See
    Aye-aye
    Aye-aye
    Stephen and Mark travel to Madagascar in search of the aye-aye, a lemur that is said to bring death, and has been persecuted because of it.
  • 04:00
    Last Chance to See
    Komodo Dragon
    Komodo Dragon
    Stephen and Mark travel to Indonesia to see the deadly Komodo Dragons. They join a project to capture and tag the animals.
  • 05:00
    Science Shack
    Can you live under water?
    Can you live under water?
    Watch as the team builds Adam a self-sustaining underwater habitat, and tries to discover whether it’s possible to live underwater.
  • 05:30
    Fossil Detectives
    East of England
    East of England
    Come discover the story behind the world's largest and most complete mammoth skeleton!
  • 06:00
    Once Upon a Time... Life
    The Mouth & the Teeth
    The Mouth & the Teeth
    Our teeth are powerful, grinding tools. But in warm, moist cavern of our mouths, bacteria are always waiting for the opportunity to attack.
  • 06:30
    Once Upon a Time... The Discoverers
    Faraday & Electricity
    Faraday & Electricity
    It's all about electricity and one of the field's greatest contributors: Michael Faraday.
  • 07:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Mouse Lemurs and Peregrine Falcons
    Mouse Lemurs and Peregrine Falcons
    Join Marvi as he accompanies a biologist in search of lemurs in Madagascar and see amazing video filmed by a peregrine falcon!
  • 07:30
    Explorer Express
    Robot Football
    Robot Football
    How can robots play football? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 08:00
    All For Kids
    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.
  • 08:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Woodcutting Machine
    Woodcutting Machine
    Krystal’s dad had lots of wood to chop each year but it was cold outside. So she built an automatic exercise wood chopping machine.
  • 09:00
    Finger Tips
    Fruit Skewers
    Fruit Skewers
    Find out how to make fruit skewers, customizable hats and more!
  • 09:15
    Spellz
    School Supplies
    School Supplies
    Jay and Bridget perform incredible magic tricks with everyday school supplies!
  • 09:30
    Artzooka
    Hidden Layer
    Hidden Layer
    Jeremie shows how to add a hidden layer to a picture, makes something to scare the monsters away and creates animals and people from twigs.
  • 10:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Eagles and Kelp Forests
    Eagles and Kelp Forests
    Come see kelp forests in the coastal waters of California and fly with "the king of the sky" - the eagle!
  • 10:30
    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.
  • 11:00
    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.
  • 11:15
    Gastroblast
    Chicken Fingers
    Chicken Fingers
    Link demonstrates some basic kitchen hygiene while preparing chicken fingers. Raw foods have the potential to host salmonella.
  • 11:30
    Explorer Express
    Sharks and Aeroplanes
    Sharks and Aeroplanes
    What do sharks and aeroplanes have in common? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 12:00
    All For Kids
    Crazy Corks & Flying Saucers
    Crazy Corks & Flying Saucers
    Jameson shows cork experiments. Christian makes flying saucers. Madi makes a handy hose. And Lindsay makes some cookies with a message.
  • 12:30
    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.
  • 13:00
    Let's Get Inventin'
    The War of Independence
    The War of Independence
    Fighting for their independence from England and the unpredictable King George III, the American colonists find help in unexpected places.
  • 13:30
    Finger Tips
    Extra Terrestial Party
    Extra Terrestial Party
    Find out how to make a dream catcher, plan an extra terrestrial party and more!
  • 13:45
    Spellz
    The Magic Wand
    The Magic Wand
    Jay and his magic wand will make some fantastic magic.
  • 14:00
    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.
  • 14:30
    Marvi Hammer
    Kangaroos and Cheetahs
    Kangaroos and Cheetahs
    What animal is the fastest in the world? And what animal can jump the longest? Learn more about these record breaking "athletes" here!
  • 15:00
    Finding Stuff Out
    Astronauts
    Astronauts
    Harrison wants to go to space, but first he’ll learn how to float in zero gravity, sleep “standing up,” and figure out how a rocket works.
  • 15:30
    Explorer Express
    Five-legged Elephant
    Five-legged Elephant
    Famous for long trunks and tusks, some elephants even have a fifth leg. Plus, how can you reconstruct a broken vase?
  • 16:00
    All For Kids
    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.
  • 16:30
    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?
  • 17:00
    Let's Get Inventin'
    The Slave Trade
    The Slave Trade
    After freeing themselves from a tyrannic monarch, the Americans violate their proclaimed values by committing their greatest collective sin.
  • 17:30
    Finger Tips
    Judge a Chocolate by its Cover
    Judge a Chocolate by its Cover
    Find out how to make a box of chocolates and come up with a great way of revamping manky old ball points into funky, pukka pens.
  • 17:45
    Spellz
    Sensational Stunts
    Sensational Stunts
    Jay and Bridget perform some sensationally sensational stunts!
  • 18:00
    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.
  • 18:30
    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.
  • 19:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Giraffes and Wolves
    Giraffes and Wolves
    Meet giraffes and visit Russia to find some of the world's last wolves, living in their natural habitat.
  • 19:30
    Finding Stuff Out
    Colour
    Colour
    It's all about colours! Find out if snow is really white.
  • 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
    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?
  • 22:30
    e² Design
    A Garden in Cairo
    A Garden in Cairo
    Cairo had one square foot of green space per person before 2005. To relieve congestion, a 500-year-old dump got turned into “urban lung”.
  • 23:00
    James May's Big Ideas
    Man-machine
    Man-machine
    Explore the world of cyborgs, robots, robotics and the difficulties of making an artificial version of human beings.
  • 00:00
    The Science of Bubbles
    The Science of Bubbles
    The Science of Bubbles
    From the micro to the macro, experimental physicist Helen Czerksi shows how bubbles underpin physical, chemical and biological processes.
  • 01:00
    The Science of Bubbles
    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.
  • 02:00
    Science Shack
    Could you fly like a bird?
    Could you fly like a bird?
    Watch as Adam investigates the science of flying and explores the different theories regarding bird flight.
  • 02:30
    Fossil Detectives
    Scotland
    Scotland
    Go fossil hunting in Scotland's Loch Ness and fish for strange, ancient armoured creatures.
  • 03:00
    Nature Tech
    Magic of Motion
    Magic of Motion
    Find out why sharks can swim so fast and how vultures can help the next generation of airliners.
  • 03:50
    Futuris
    Healthier Ageing... Just a Click Away
    Healthier Ageing... Just a Click Away
    As people live longer they are fighting disease while trying to maintain a quality of life. A helping hand is now just a few clicks away.
  • 04:00
    Nature Tech
    The Material World
    The Material World
    Peer inside a sequoia to find out how nature has built the largest living thing ever. See how it might help make better bullet-proof vests!
  • 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
    e² Design
    Architecture 2030
    Architecture 2030
    Can policy change and education avert a climate crisis? Ed Mazria is committing to a carbon-neutral building sector by the year 2030.
  • 06:00
    Once Upon a Time... Life
    The Digestion
    The Digestion
    We don't just eat because it tastes good; food provides our bodies nutrients. And the digestion process is how we find and extract them.
  • 06:30
    Once Upon a Time... The Discoverers
    Einstein
    Einstein
    Maestro tells the story of Albert Einstein's remarkable genius and his groundbreaking discoveries.
  • 07:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Dolphins and Red Fire Ants
    Dolphins and Red Fire Ants
    In this episode, Marvi takes a look at the lives of feisty fire ants and the smartest animals in the oceans: dolphins.
  • 07:30
    Explorer Express
    Dirty as a Pig
    Dirty as a Pig
    How dirty are pigs really? And how does flesh eating plants eat? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
  • 08:00
    All For Kids
    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.
  • 08:30
    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.
  • 09:00
    Finger Tips
    French Fry Butterfly
    French Fry Butterfly
    Find out how to make a french fry butterfly, plan a jungle party and more!
  • 09:15
    Spellz
    Loopy Levitations
    Loopy Levitations
    Jay and Bridget will make things that shouldn’t ever float, float!
  • 09:30
    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.
  • 10:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Trout and Rattlesnakes
    Trout and Rattlesnakes
    How poisonous are rattle snakes? Meet a man who is not afraid of them - and find out what "swimming against the tide" really means.
  • 10:30
    Finding Stuff Out
    Robots
    Robots
    In a competition with a cheeky robot, Harrison discovers robots can do everything from vacuum your room to play chess against grandmasters.
  • 11:00
    Quirky Science
    Telephone
    Telephone
    Explore the historical development of telephony and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
  • 11:30
    Explorer Express
    Five-legged Elephant
    Five-legged Elephant
    Famous for long trunks and tusks, some elephants even have a fifth leg. Plus, how can you reconstruct a broken vase?
  • 12:00
    All For Kids
    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.
  • 12:30
    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?
  • 13:00
    Let's Get Inventin'
    The Slave Trade
    The Slave Trade
    After freeing themselves from a tyrannic monarch, the Americans violate their proclaimed values by committing their greatest collective sin.
  • 13:30
    Finger Tips
    Judge a Chocolate by its Cover
    Judge a Chocolate by its Cover
    Find out how to make a box of chocolates and come up with a great way of revamping manky old ball points into funky, pukka pens.
  • 13:45
    Spellz
    Sensational Stunts
    Sensational Stunts
    Jay and Bridget perform some sensationally sensational stunts!
  • 14:00
    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.
  • 14:30
    Marvi Hammer
    Giraffes and Wolves
    Giraffes and Wolves
    Meet giraffes and visit Russia to find some of the world's last wolves, living in their natural habitat.
  • 15:00
    Finding Stuff Out
    Colour
    Colour
    It's all about colours! Find out if snow is really white.
  • 15:30
    Explorer Express
    Taking Flight
    Taking Flight
    How many balloons would you need to set sail? Watch and find out.
  • 16:00
    All For Kids
    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.
  • 16:30
    Let's Get Inventin'
    Re-Cycle Slide
    Re-Cycle Slide
    12-year-old Stephanie’s amazing invention is a new waterslide made from recycled materials. The slide is portable, solar powered, and fun!
  • 17:00
    Let's Get Inventin'
    The Pioneers
    The Pioneers
    For a laughable sum of money, America purchases Louisiana from the French, suddenly turning America into a vast land filled with adventure.
  • 17:30
    Finger Tips
    Spin the Pizza
    Spin the Pizza
    Find out how to fool your friends with a set of spoof photos, create a funky looking style file and rustle up a game of spin the pizza!
  • 17:45
    Spellz
    Pocket Magic
    Pocket Magic
    Jay and Bridget use their pockets to dazzle us with some wild magic tricks.
  • 18:00
    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!
  • 18:30
    Look Kool
    Trusses
    Trusses
    Hamza wonders why so many structures, like bridges, are made of interlocking triangles.
  • 19:00
    Marvi Hammer
    Adventure Flyer and Penguins
    Adventure Flyer and Penguins
    Flying to the North Pole in a small, open aeroplane? Come with Marvi to explore penguins and polar foxes!
  • 19:30
    Finding Stuff Out
    Insects
    Insects
    It's all about insects! Find out if mosquitoes are good for anything, or if they are just annoying.
  • 20:00
    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?
  • 21:00
    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.
  • 22:00
    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.
  • 22:30
    What the Industrial Revolution Did for Us
    City Living
    City Living
    The Industrial Revolution ushered in the middle class and homes irrevocably changed. We look at how domestic life as we know it was born.
  • 23:00
    James May's Big Ideas
    Power to the People
    Power to the People
    Join James in searching for brighter, more powerful and technologically forward-thinking sources of energy.
  • 00:00
    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!
  • 01:00
    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.
  • 02:00
    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?
  • 02:30
    e² Design
    A Garden in Cairo
    A Garden in Cairo
    Cairo had one square foot of green space per person before 2005. To relieve congestion, a 500-year-old dump got turned into “urban lung”.
  • 03:00
    Ugly Beauty
    Ugly Beauty
    Ugly Beauty
    On his quest to find beauty in modern art, art critic, Waldemar Januszczak interviews some of the greatest living artists.
  • 04:00
    e² Intervention Architecture
    e² Intervention Architecture
    e² Intervention Architecture
    Intervention Architecture explores architecture that creates positive change economically, culturally, environmentally and socially.
  • 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
    What the Industrial Revolution Did for Us
    War Machine
    War Machine
    Dan Cruickshank discovers how the Industrial Revolution created modern warfare. He looks at some of our most important inventions.