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Discovery Science Tiistai 21.10.

03:35
Sci-Trek
The New Big Bang. A look at the future technologies that will allow physicists to explain what happened at the beginning of the universe, as energy, matter, stars and planets all burst into being.
04:30
How the Universe Works
Stars. Watch how stars were made by the universe, and learn how they changed it by spawning further generations of stars and planets, eventually forming the building blocks of life.
05:20
Junkyard Wars
Laundry Launchers. The teams have ten hours to build a 150lb washing machine from scrap, which can catapult a pair of underpants as far as possible in a deserted quarry!

Kello 6:00

06:10
Meteorite Men
Steve and Geoff's phenomenal journey ends at Arizona University, where scientists will determine if they've found an extra-terrestrial meteorite, or just an average Kansas rock.
07:00
Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman
Is a Zombie Apocalypse Possible?. Scientists have discovered pathogens that turn insects into zombies. Viruses are attacking humans every day - are we at risk of becoming puppets?
07:55
Futurescape with James Woods
Galactic Pioneers. James Woods is on a journey to reveal world-changing breakthroughs and their implications for the future. He will ask the big questions and reveal a startling image of the future.
08:45
Sci-Trek
What Animals Build. Find out how animals construct amazing engineering marvels (like spider webs, bee honeycombs and beaver dams) that rival – and in some cases surpass – our own.
09:40
Meteorite Men
Steve and Geoff's phenomenal journey ends at Arizona University, where scientists will determine if they've found an extra-terrestrial meteorite, or just an average Kansas rock.
10:30
Mega Builders
Raising the Roof: Rio Stadium. With a spectator capacity of 60,000, the new Rio stadium is smaller than some of Brazil's mega stadiums, but its design is unique, clever and state of the art.
11:20
How the Universe Works
Stars. Watch how stars were made by the universe, and learn how they changed it by spawning further generations of stars and planets, eventually forming the building blocks of life.

Kello 12:00

12:10
Junkyard Wars
Laundry Launchers. The teams have ten hours to build a 150lb washing machine from scrap, which can catapult a pair of underpants as far as possible in a deserted quarry!
13:00
How It's Made
Wood Beams/SUVs/Veggie Burgers/Wood-Boring Augers. Ever wondered how everyday items are made? This fascinating series puts more common items under the microscope and reveals all to find out.
13:30
Sci-Trek
The New Big Bang. A look at the future technologies that will allow physicists to explain what happened at the beginning of the universe, as energy, matter, stars and planets all burst into being.
14:20
Mythbusters
Soda Cup Killer. Can a styrofoam cup of pop thrown from a vehicle penetrate the windscreen of the car behind? Plus, how long can you really hold on to a ledge by your fingertips?
15:10
Junkyard Wars
Beach Rescue Racers. The teams must create lifeguard machines from scrap that can be driven from the top of the beach and out into the water to rescue a swimmer.
16:00
Mega Builders
The Big Lift: Stonecutters Bridge. Discover the amazing story behind the construction of Hong Kong's Stonecutters Bridge, which will be the world's second-longest cable-stayed bridge when it is completed in 2009.
16:50
James May's Man Lab
James May returns in a new series. See him and Oz Clarke as they attempt to navigate their way across Dartmoor, whilst handcuffed, with a team of trackers in hot pursuit.
17:40
Curiosity: Is There a Parallel Universe?
Parallel Universes. Could there be multiple versions of reality? Scientists explore the possibility that the fate of the universe may depend on hidden cosmic twins.

Kello 18:00

18:30
Head Games
Moral Dilemma. Most of us think we are 'moral' people We try to help others and live by a code of fairness, but just how much control do we have over what is deemed right or wrong?
19:20
How Tech Works
What makes the Rhino armoured car lethal; why are they building floating islands in South Korea; what lives inside ice; and how is one teenage stunt rider customising bikes?
19:45
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.
20:10
Mythbusters
Dive to Survive. Two more movie myths are put to the test. Can an explosion on a boat be survived by diving underwater, and can phone books be used as budget bullet-proofing?

Kello 21:00

21:00
Redesign my Brain
Mind Over Matter. See 'non-swimmer' Todd face his greatest fear: being chained, handcuffed and blindfolded underwater with only his radically improved brain to help him escape.
21:50
Human Body: Ultimate Machine
Sensation. Examining the nervous system as it carries information round the body at over 320km per hour, allowing us to control pain, react to danger and co-ordinate all our movements.
22:40
Sci-Trek
Catch A Liar. Find out if there is such a thing as a foolproof technology for deception detection: a signature of lying as obvious as Pinocchio's nose.
23:30
How the Universe Works
Black Holes. Black holes are the most powerful destroyers in the universe, and the most mysterious phenomena in the heavens. Modern astronomy is proving that they may shape everything we see.

Kello 24:00

00:20
How Tech Works
What makes the Rhino armoured car lethal; why are they building floating islands in South Korea; what lives inside ice; and how is one teenage stunt rider customising bikes?
00:45
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.
01:10
Redesign my Brain
Mind Over Matter. See 'non-swimmer' Todd face his greatest fear: being chained, handcuffed and blindfolded underwater with only his radically improved brain to help him escape.
02:00
Human Body: Ultimate Machine
Sensation. Examining the nervous system as it carries information round the body at over 320km per hour, allowing us to control pain, react to danger and co-ordinate all our movements.
02:45
Mythbusters
Dive to Survive. Two more movie myths are put to the test. Can an explosion on a boat be survived by diving underwater, and can phone books be used as budget bullet-proofing?
03:35
Sci-Trek
Catch A Liar. Find out if there is such a thing as a foolproof technology for deception detection: a signature of lying as obvious as Pinocchio's nose.
04:30
How the Universe Works
Black Holes. Black holes are the most powerful destroyers in the universe, and the most mysterious phenomena in the heavens. Modern astronomy is proving that they may shape everything we see.