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Discovery World Torstai 21.8.

02:30
Final 24
Jim Morrison. Famous rock singer Jim Morrison died in July, 1971. Discover what happened in the final 24 hours leading up to his death; featuring interviews with friends and archive footage.
03:25
Man on Earth with Tony Robinson
Killer Climate. Presenter Tony Robinson picks through the ruins of three great civilisations from the last 2,000 years to ask what made them more vulnerable to climate catastrophe than others.
04:20
Showdown: Air Combat
P-51 Mustang vs Me-109. Two of the best World War II fighter planes – the Messerschmitt Me-109, which provided the backbone of German fighter forces, and the P-51 Mustang, which bombed Germany.
05:15
I Shouldn't Be Alive
Vacation Nightmare. A newlywed couple find themselves stranded in a dense rainforest after their plane crashed. Faced with poisonous spiders and jungle predators, how did they survive?

Kello 6:00

06:05
Inventions that Shook the World
Who invented the mobile phone, what inspired the development of the hybrid car, and how have digital cameras changed photography? Explore the big ideas of the 1970s.
07:00
Living with the Kombai Tribe: The Adventures of Mark and Olly
Mark Anstice and Olly Steeds face flying arrows and wriggling grubs for food when they travel into the Papua rainforest to discover the Kombai tribe's way of life.
07:50
Victory by Design
Alain De Cadenet presents this landmark series profiling significant examples of iconic motoring marques, including Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Porsche, Ferrari and Lotus.
08:45
Man on Earth with Tony Robinson
Killer Climate. Presenter Tony Robinson picks through the ruins of three great civilisations from the last 2,000 years to ask what made them more vulnerable to climate catastrophe than others.
09:35
War Horse: The Real Story
Documentary recounting the extraordinary and deeply moving true story of the million British horses who served in World War I.
10:30
Showdown: Air Combat
P-51 Mustang vs Me-109. Two of the best World War II fighter planes – the Messerschmitt Me-109, which provided the backbone of German fighter forces, and the P-51 Mustang, which bombed Germany.
11:20
I Shouldn't Be Alive
Vacation Nightmare. A newlywed couple find themselves stranded in a dense rainforest after their plane crashed. Faced with poisonous spiders and jungle predators, how did they survive?

Kello 12:00

12:10
Inventions that Shook the World
Who invented the mobile phone, what inspired the development of the hybrid car, and how have digital cameras changed photography? Explore the big ideas of the 1970s.
13:05
Living with the Kombai Tribe: The Adventures of Mark and Olly
While Mark and Olly help the tribe harvest sago and trap fish, they struggle to come to terms with the lack of food. Instead, they must eat small portions of snakes, fish and sago.
13:55
Victory by Design
Alain De Cadenet presents this landmark series profiling significant examples of iconic motoring marques, including Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Porsche, Ferrari and Lotus.
14:50
Don't Drive Here
Andrew Younghusband is dropped into the world’s worst places to drive and has one week to learn how to navigate through the chaos like a local. How will he cope driving in Delhi?
15:45
Man on Earth with Tony Robinson
The Modern World. Tony Robinson examines societies which not only survived climate change, but flourished, including the Huari people of Peru who embraced a savage drought.
16:40
Showdown: Air Combat
P-38 Lightning vs Zero. The Japanese Zero was one of the deadliest planes in the Pacific during the early months of World War II, because of its speed and agility.
17:35
I Shouldn't Be Alive
River of Fear. A Colorado River rafting trip turns deadly when a raft capsizes and leaves a man stranded without any supplies. As he attempts to scale a cliff face, he falls and injures himself.

Kello 18:00

18:25
Inventions that Shook the World
What inspired the invention of the nicotine patch, who developed DNA fingerprinting, and how has the internet transformed global communication? Explore the big ideas of the 1980s.
19:20
Breaking Ice
Home. After three and a half months on duty in the Arctic Ocean, the crew of the US Coast Guard Cutter Healy finally come back home to overjoyed family members.
19:45
Hero Factor
Treacherous Waters. A rescue team saves its winchman from an explosive ship and Bernice McCrae swims into a freezing lake to save a drowning woman. So what really motivates heroism?
20:10
Living with the Kombai Tribe: The Adventures of Mark and Olly
Due to an unfortunate baking accident destroying Mark and Olly's hut, the tribe decide to make a hut 24 metres up in a tree. Mark and Olly help, but the rain makes it hard work.

Kello 21:00

21:05
Victory by Design
Alain De Cadenet presents this landmark series profiling significant examples of iconic motoring marques, including Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Porsche, Ferrari and Lotus.
22:00
Breaking Ice
Home. After three and a half months on duty in the Arctic Ocean, the crew of the US Coast Guard Cutter Healy finally come back home to overjoyed family members.
22:25
Hero Factor
Treacherous Waters. A rescue team saves its winchman from an explosive ship and Bernice McCrae swims into a freezing lake to save a drowning woman. So what really motivates heroism?
22:55
Final 24
Janis Joplin. Discover what happened in the last day before Janis Joplin died of a drug overdose in 1970, aged just 27. Featuring interviews with her bandmates and brother.
23:50
Serial Killers
Arthur Shawcross. Arthur Shawcross, also known as the Genesee River Killer, was responsible for murdering 13 people. This documentary uses archive footage and reconstructions to tell his story.

Kello 24:00

00:45
Victory by Design
Alain De Cadenet presents this landmark series profiling significant examples of iconic motoring marques, including Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Porsche, Ferrari and Lotus.
01:35
Breaking Ice
Home. After three and a half months on duty in the Arctic Ocean, the crew of the US Coast Guard Cutter Healy finally come back home to overjoyed family members.
02:00
Hero Factor
Treacherous Waters. A rescue team saves its winchman from an explosive ship and Bernice McCrae swims into a freezing lake to save a drowning woman. So what really motivates heroism?
02:30
Final 24
Janis Joplin. Discover what happened in the last day before Janis Joplin died of a drug overdose in 1970, aged just 27. Featuring interviews with her bandmates and brother.
03:25
Man on Earth with Tony Robinson
The Modern World. Tony Robinson examines societies which not only survived climate change, but flourished, including the Huari people of Peru who embraced a savage drought.
04:20
Showdown: Air Combat
P-38 Lightning vs Zero. The Japanese Zero was one of the deadliest planes in the Pacific during the early months of World War II, because of its speed and agility.