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Discovery Science Lauantai 23.8.

04:30
Alien Storms
Exploring the radical weather that is the norm in the solar system. Earth has its own extremes but they pale in comparison to the dustiest, wettest and most brutal alien storms.
05:20
Smash Lab
Train Crash. The Smash Lab team take the idea of car air bags to another level and test the use of large air bags on trains that will push cars stuck on railway crossings safely out of the way.

Kello 6:00

06:10
Eco-Tech
Future Fuels. Meet the chemists, engineers and designers who are creating amazing new ways to power planes, trains and automobiles using cooking grease, plant stalks and sunshine.
07:00
How It's Made
Game Calls/Mayonnaise/Razor Blades/Butterfly Safety Razors. Ever wondered how everyday items are made? This fascinating series puts more common items under the microscope and reveals all to find out.
07:25
How It's Made
Corn Tortillas/Crankshafts/Bush Planes/Bike Wheels. Ever wondered how everyday items are made? This fascinating series puts more common items under the microscope and reveals all to find out.
07:55
Head Games
Conformity. As humans, we have an uncanny ability to quickly conform to written and unwritten laws of society. Is it simply cultural? Or are we hard-wired to act a certain way in groups?
08:45
The Future of...
Security. Groundbreaking technology and science change how we keep our world safe, from autonomous rolling robots to security cameras that can recognise faces.
09:40
The Future of...
Connecting. Witness the future of communication, in which a machine transports your virtual image around the world, and humans develop the ability to communicate directly with animals.
10:30
The Future of...
Habitat. Imagine a future where a DNA chip scans your body for disease, a computer helps you dress the best for your body type, and a robotic car lets you commute at 320kph.
11:20
The Future of...
Immortality. Is immortality within our reach? Witness a future where suspended animation stops ageing in its tracks, new organs are grown in a lab, and longevity pills add decades to life.

Kello 12:00

12:10
The Future of...
Adventure. Soon we will be able to swim as effortlessly as dolphins, and speak hundreds of languages without opening a dictionary. Learn about the ultimate adventures that await us.
13:00
How Stuff's Made
Brian Unger's exploring the anatomy of the ultimate all-terrain vehicle at Honda. Plus, it's a must in the kitchen, but what miracles of metallurgy lurk in tin foil?
13:30
What's That About?
Bedtime Stories. We examine the mysteries of sleep. Why do we need it? What happens if we don't get it? From snoring to insomnia, we find out everything.
14:20
What's That About?
The Art of Seduction. Explores the secret science of seduction. When it comes to the art of seduction, the ultimate weapon still seems to be lingerie. What's That About?
15:10
Punkin Chunkin 2010
Each year, 120 teams of backyard engineers converge in Bridgeville, Delaware for the annual Punkin Chunkin World Championships.
16:00
NYC: Inside Out
Transportation. New York would come to a halt without its transportation and food delivery system. Go where no one has gone before: inside the train, subway, bridge and container terminal systems.
16:50
How It's Made
Game Calls/Mayonnaise/Razor Blades/Butterfly Safety Razors. Ever wondered how everyday items are made? This fascinating series puts more common items under the microscope and reveals all to find out.
17:15
How It's Made
Corn Tortillas/Crankshafts/Bush Planes/Bike Wheels. Ever wondered how everyday items are made? This fascinating series puts more common items under the microscope and reveals all to find out.
17:40
Space Voyages
Into The Unknown. A documentary examining the history and possible future of space exploration, beginning with the story of how humans laid the foundations for missions to the moon.

Kello 18:00

18:30
Powering the Future
The Energy Planet. Energy is the force behind everything. This series examines why we must ease our dependency on fossil fuels and forecasts what will power our planet in the not-so-distant future.
19:20
The Unexplained Files
Freaky Fires & Ghost Yacht. Morgellons sufferers experience fatigue, disfiguring skin lesions and constant pain – why isn’t their disease officially recognised? Plus, what happened on the Ghost Yacht?
20:10
Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman
When Did Time Begin?. Are time and space the same thing, and did the Big Bang start the cosmic clock? Is time itself an illusion? Incredible new experiments may hold the answer.

Kello 21:00

21:00
Stephen Hawking's Universe
The Story of Everything. Professor Stephen Hawking traces the life span of the universe from the Big Bang to the ultimate cosmic implosion, all mapped in stunning CGI.
22:40
Dark Matters: Twisted but True
John Noble exposes some of history's most bizarre experiments, including surgeon William Scoville's radical procedure to cure epilepsy that left his patient with permanent amnesia.
23:30
Alien Mysteries
The Reed Family. Driving along a dark road on the outskirts of Indianapolis, the last thing bounty hunter Matthew Reed remembers is chasing a strange orange light before stalling.

Kello 24:00

00:20
Alien Mysteries
Lights Over Stephenville. While sitting around a campfire on the outskirts of Stephenville, Texas, a pilot witnesses something speed wildly across the night sky, seemingly defying the laws of science.
01:10
Stephen Hawking's Universe
The Story of Everything. Professor Stephen Hawking traces the life span of the universe from the Big Bang to the ultimate cosmic implosion, all mapped in stunning CGI.
02:45
Smash Lab
Crash Absorbing Concrete. Can the Smash Lab team use the latest aviation breakthrough to prevent a car or bus crossing the meridian and smashing into oncoming traffic?
03:35
Smash Lab
Blast Proof Building. Designers and engineers face an almost impossible challenge – to use truck bed liner paint to protect an entire building from a massive explosion.
04:30
Smash Lab
Hurricane Proof House. The Smash Lab team tests a special type of carbon fibre used to reinforce tunnels, seeing whether it can protect a home from destructive hurricanes.