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Discovery World Sunnuntai 2.8.

04:20
Great Planes 2009
Bell UH-1 Huey. The definitive icon of American involvement in Vietnam, discover how the Bell UH-1 Iroquois, universally known as the Huey, revolutionised the role of the helicopter.
05:05
Great Planes 2009
B-17 Flying Fortress. Introduced as a strategic weapon in the 1930s, the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress is a potent, long-range bomber capable of unleashing great destruction.
05:50
Raging Planet
Volcano. Find out why volcanoes are such a volatile threat to the world's population, but also witness their positive effects and how they create new and fertile lands.

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06:35
The Aviators
Kurtis takes the controls of the legendary World War II P-51 Mustang fighter jet. Plus, find out what happens to your bags once they are checked in at an airport.
07:00
Great Planes 2009
A-7 Corsair II. The airframe of this aircraft had first flown nearly 20 years before. The prototype A-7F was the latest model developed from the Vought Corsair II. Discover more about it.
07:50
Great Planes 2009
A-26 Invader. In September 1944, Allied forces in Europe started flying in a new light bomber. This was the twin-engine A-26, fast and heavily armed. Learn why it was christened 'The Invader'.
08:40
Great Planes 2009
P-39 Airacobra. At the beginning of World War II, when the enemy seemed invincible, the Airacobra, with its quick-strike, lethal 37 millimetre canon, gave the Allies a fighting chance.
09:30
Great Planes 2009
CH-47 Chinook. Designed to meet military requirements for air mobility, the Chinook performs a wide variety of tasks and is essential in moving men and materials within warzones.
10:20
Great Planes 2009
B-52 Stratofortress. Find out how the role of the B-52 has changed since it was first deployed in the early 50s as the Strategic Air Command's primary weapon of deterrence.
11:10
An MG Is Born
Pete heads off to the engine workshop with the MGB's old engine, leaving Mark and the team to carry on building up the block, crank and pistons.
11:35
An MG Is Born
The rear axle is fitted to the MGB's shell using springs, plus Mark turns his attention to the gearbox as the new overdrive is fitted.

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12:00
An MG Is Born
Fitting the MGB's handbrake proves troublesome for Mark, while building the upgraded heater from scratch also causes some problems for the team.
12:25
An MG Is Born
After stripping down the MGB's seats, door panels and centre console, Mark takes the bare bones to the seat surgeons for re-covering in red leather.
12:50
An MG Is Born
Mark glass bead blasts the engine inlet manifold, but soon finds there's a problem with the MGB's exhaust. Can he find a solution?
13:15
An MG Is Born
Mark is behind schedule, and with the MGB's lights and the boot, bonnet and badges still needing to be fitted, it's a frantic sprint for the finish.
13:40
America: Facts vs Fiction
Masters of Illusion. Did Harry Houdini die escaping from his famous torture cell? Plus, how did PT Barnum double his profits by manufacturing doubt about his own exhibits?
14:05
America: Facts vs Fiction
Seeing Isn’t Believing. Photographs are a key tool in capturing iconic moments for future generations. But what is the secret behind one of the most famous images of President Lincoln?
14:30
America: Facts vs Fiction
Wartime Rosies. The truth about women during World War II goes far beyond Rosie the Riveter. Many women flew as WASPS - a job so dangerous that 38 died in the line of duty.
14:55
How We Got Here
Nazis Get Us to the Moon. As the Nazi regime crumbles, rocket scientist Wernher Von Braun leads a team of colleagues on a mission out of Germany to change the course of history.
15:20
How We Got Here
Cars Win World War II. A chance meeting with personal hero Thomas Edison and a visit to a Chicago meat packing plant give Henry Ford an idea destined to profoundly change the world.
15:45
How We Got Here
Gold Makes Headlines. Gold is discovered in California and a penniless prospector named George Hearst seeks his fortune. After much toil, his son takes over a newspaper.
16:10
Falklands Hero: Bravo November
Building a Legend. Mike investigates the role of the Chinook in modern warfare. How have improvements to this legendary helicopter kept it on the frontline of military action?
17:00
River Renegades
On Thin Ice. Ricky and Chris are after a feral hog that has left a trail of destruction behind it. In Alaska, PJ races against the approaching winter to make a final salmon catch.
17:50
Gunslingers
The Tombstone Vendetta. When one of the frontier's bravest men discovers the limits of the law in Tombstone, he exacts his own brand of justice on the cowboys who shot his brothers.

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18:40
Codes and Conspiracies
Deadly Cults. Whether it's religious fire-and-brimstone, Armageddon, or visitors from outer space, the US has no shortage of people coming together to get swept up in the fervour.
19:30
Carrier: a Fortress at Sea
Exploring how aircraft carriers - some of the biggest and most complex ships ever built - cross the seas carrying thousands of troops, dozens of planes and weapons of huge power.

Kello 21:00

21:10
Codes and Conspiracies
Deadly Cults. Whether it's religious fire-and-brimstone, Armageddon, or visitors from outer space, the US has no shortage of people coming together to get swept up in the fervour.
22:00
Carrier: a Fortress at Sea
Exploring how aircraft carriers - some of the biggest and most complex ships ever built - cross the seas carrying thousands of troops, dozens of planes and weapons of huge power.
23:40
Gunslingers
The Tombstone Vendetta. When one of the frontier's bravest men discovers the limits of the law in Tombstone, he exacts his own brand of justice on the cowboys who shot his brothers.

Kello 24:00

00:30
Final 24
River Phoenix. Teen idol and one of Hollywood's higgest earners, River Phoenix seemed to have it all but struggled with his fame and the lure of drugs before his untimely death at the age of 23.
01:20
Final 24
Hunter S. Thompson. ‘Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas’ author Hunter S Thompson was famed for his hedonistic lifestyle. Suffering from severe depression, he shot himself in 2005 at his Aspen ranch.
02:05
Trashopolis
London. The year is 43AD. As London prospers, the constant struggle with trash increases, generating huge public projects to alter the shape of the city and the lives of every Londoner.
02:50
Trashopolis
New York. When the Dutch bought Manhattan, the island was a swampy marsh. Surprisingly, it was the trash that built the New Amsterdam Seaport into the most profitable port in the New World.
03:35
Trashopolis
Paris. It was the trash in Paris that turned a dark and dangerous labyrinth of narrow streets and unspeakable filth into one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
04:20
Trashopolis
Rome. A timeless struggle between beauty and filth inspires the Eternal City to find new ways to get rid of its trash.