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Discovery Science Torstai 2.7.

04:36
Mythbusters
Tablecloth Chaos / Brain Power. Is it possible to whip a tablecloth off a table using a motorbike, leaving the glasses and plates in place? Mythbusters Adam and Jamie are about to find out!
05:24
What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
Trash Can Rocketeers. Kevin and Grant take on the role of rocket scientists and attempt to design the ultimate Trash Can Rocket using the lens of an old projection TV. What could possibly go wrong?

Kello 6:00

06:12
How It's Made
Decorative Sombreros/Salad Dressings/Cap Guns/Regenerative Medicine. Ever wondered how everyday items such as salad dressings, cap guns and regenerative medicines are made? This series puts more common items under the microscope to find out.
06:36
How It's Made
Cheese Graters/Hot Sauce/Silver Jewellery/Mexican Chairs. Ever wondered how everyday items are made? This fascinating series puts more common items under the microscope and reveals all to find out.
07:00
Nextworld
Future Superhuman. 'Nextworld' takes us back to the future to present a vision of the technological advancements we will soon enjoy. The human race will have a lot longer to enjoy its benefits...
07:50
The Kustomizer
Join Big Daddy Vini as he customizes everything from helicopters to limos for his celebrity clients. The LimoKopter is completed, then it's off to the motorcycle rally.
08:40
Food Factory
Berry Berry Tasty. A look at how some of our favourite foods are made in food factories including sugar-free mints, raspberry jellies and cranberry pecan clusters.
09:05
Food Factory
Fries, With a Twist. A look at how some of our favourite foods are made in food factories including curly fries, red velvet cake and caramel marshmallow squares.
09:30
What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
Jumbo Paper Plane. Grant and Kevin soar to new heights with a giant paper airplane that can fly over two hundred yards. Plus, they use pneumatics to create the ultimate beer delivery.
10:20
What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
Trash Can Rocketeers. Kevin and Grant take on the role of rocket scientists and attempt to design the ultimate Trash Can Rocket using the lens of an old projection TV. What could possibly go wrong?
11:10
How Do They Do It?
How do they craft an accordion? How do they make the wasabi that puts the kick in Japan's raw fish? And how can they produce a duck call that can trick birds?
11:35
How Do They Do It?
How do they make the Japanese toilets that treat you to a wash and blow dry? How has the US Navy built a helicopter that doesn't need a pilot? And how do they make jackhammers?

Kello 12:00

12:00
Nextworld
Extreme Tomorrow. 'Nextworld' takes us back to the future to present a vision of the technological advancements we will soon enjoy. Will teleportation become more science-fact than science-fiction?
12:50
Future Weapons
Maximum Impact. As weapons technology improves, so does the capability to cause greater destruction. Witness a rival to nuclear arms and a rocket launcher capable of firing multiple projectiles.
13:40
How It's Made
Decorative Sombreros/Salad Dressings/Cap Guns/Regenerative Medicine. Ever wondered how everyday items such as salad dressings, cap guns and regenerative medicines are made? This series puts more common items under the microscope to find out.
14:05
How It's Made
Cheese Graters/Hot Sauce/Silver Jewellery/Mexican Chairs. Ever wondered how everyday items are made? This fascinating series puts more common items under the microscope and reveals all to find out.
14:30
What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
Jumbo Paper Plane. Grant and Kevin soar to new heights with a giant paper airplane that can fly over two hundred yards. Plus, they use pneumatics to create the ultimate beer delivery.
15:20
51 Degrees North
A young London filmmaker becomes involved in the disturbing research surrounding near-Earth objects, stumbling on the discovery that the world stands on the brink of catastrophe.
16:10
How Do They Do It?
How do they craft an accordion? How do they make the wasabi that puts the kick in Japan's raw fish? And how can they produce a duck call that can trick birds?
16:35
How Do They Do It?
How do they make the Japanese toilets that treat you to a wash and blow dry? How has the US Navy built a helicopter that doesn't need a pilot? And how do they make jackhammers?
17:00
What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
Trash Can Rocketeers. Kevin and Grant take on the role of rocket scientists and attempt to design the ultimate Trash Can Rocket using the lens of an old projection TV. What could possibly go wrong?
17:50
Mythbusters
Mini Myth Madness. Adam and Jamie see if it really is easy to take 'candy from a baby', and can a laptop, fridge door or hair weave be used as impromptu bulletproof vests?

Kello 18:00

18:40
Food Factory
Fries, With a Twist. A look at how some of our favourite foods are made in food factories including curly fries, red velvet cake and caramel marshmallow squares.
19:05
Food Factory
Plenty of Fish. A look at how some of our favourite foods are made in food factories including Fish fingers, sweet potato fries and cookie dough batter.
19:30
Morgan Freeman’s Through The Wormhole
Why Do We Lie?. Are our brains wired for lying from a young age? The brains of pathological liars may provide insights. And how will technology impact upon our lies?
20:20
How Do They Do It?
How do they make the Japanese toilets that treat you to a wash and blow dry? How has the US Navy built a helicopter that doesn't need a pilot? And how do they make jackhammers?
20:45
How Do They Do It?
How do they keep the cars of Daytona on track for 24 hours of high-speed racing? And how do they turn the sweetest sugar cane into world-renowned Caribbean rum? Find out.

Kello 21:00

21:10
What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
Deadly Doughnuts of Fire. Kevin and Grant turn a blast of air into a ring of fire when they build a vortex cannon. They use quantum physics to send a levitating racer around a track.
22:00
Morgan Freeman’s Through The Wormhole
Why Do We Lie?. Are our brains wired for lying from a young age? The brains of pathological liars may provide insights. And how will technology impact upon our lies?
22:50
Strip the Cosmos
Killer Asteroids. This series uses stunning CGI to strip down – layer by layer – the stuff that makes up space to reveal the destiny, origins and structure of the universe.
23:40
How It's Made
Cheese Graters/Hot Sauce/Silver Jewellery/Mexican Chairs. Ever wondered how everyday items are made? This fascinating series puts more common items under the microscope and reveals all to find out.

Kello 24:00

00:05
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.
00:30
What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
Deadly Doughnuts of Fire. Kevin and Grant turn a blast of air into a ring of fire when they build a vortex cannon. They use quantum physics to send a levitating racer around a track.
01:20
How Do They Do It?
How do they make the Japanese toilets that treat you to a wash and blow dry? How has the US Navy built a helicopter that doesn't need a pilot? And how do they make jackhammers?
01:45
How Do They Do It?
How do they keep the cars of Daytona on track for 24 hours of high-speed racing? And how do they turn the sweetest sugar cane into world-renowned Caribbean rum? Find out.
02:10
Strip the Cosmos
Killer Asteroids. This series uses stunning CGI to strip down – layer by layer – the stuff that makes up space to reveal the destiny, origins and structure of the universe.
03:00
Food Factory
Fries, With a Twist. A look at how some of our favourite foods are made in food factories including curly fries, red velvet cake and caramel marshmallow squares.
03:24
Food Factory
Plenty of Fish. A look at how some of our favourite foods are made in food factories including Fish fingers, sweet potato fries and cookie dough batter.
03:48
Morgan Freeman’s Through The Wormhole
Why Do We Lie?. Are our brains wired for lying from a young age? The brains of pathological liars may provide insights. And how will technology impact upon our lies?
04:36
Mythbusters
Mini Myth Madness. Adam and Jamie see if it really is easy to take 'candy from a baby', and can a laptop, fridge door or hair weave be used as impromptu bulletproof vests?