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Discovery Science Torstai 5.3.

04:36
Brave New World
Technology. The experts explore how 21st-century technology is shaping our future by changing the way we live, the way we communicate and our perception of the universe.
05:24
Weird Connections
Monkey Genius. At the Primate Research Institute in Japan, chimpanzees compete against humans on a computer game devised by Professor Matsuzawa. Could his research uncover hidden human potential?
05:48
How Tech Works
We have a look at a series of wind tunnel experiments that cracked the secret of prehistoric flight. Plus, what is the science behind Simon Beck’s geometric snow art?

Kello 6:00

06:12
Food Factory
Where You Bean?. Look behind the scenes to see how some of our most beloved products are made. Along the way, marvel at sophisticated manufacturing techniques and the science behind food.
06:36
How Do They Do It?
How do they make the world's most famous hat, and does it really hold ten gallons? Plus, how do they repair cables on the sea floor and feed 100,000 aeroplane passengers a day?
07:00
Weird Connections
Monkey Genius. At the Primate Research Institute in Japan, chimpanzees compete against humans on a computer game devised by Professor Matsuzawa. Could his research uncover hidden human potential?
07:25
How Tech Works
We have a look at a series of wind tunnel experiments that cracked the secret of prehistoric flight. Plus, what is the science behind Simon Beck’s geometric snow art?
07:50
X-Machines
Blade, Mammoth, Slashbuster. A helicopter saves a Colorado town, a team of engineers harnesses the world's biggest mobile cranes and loggers fight to save Louisiana's Gulf Coast.
08:40
Food Factory
Where You Bean?. Look behind the scenes to see how some of our most beloved products are made. Along the way, marvel at sophisticated manufacturing techniques and the science behind food.
09:05
How It's Made
Clay/Pitted Prunes/Spurs. Discover how everyday items such as umbrellas, silver cutlery, tape measures and outboard motors are made.
09:30
How We Invented the World
Skyscrapers. Skyscrapers are symbols of wealth and ambition. How did a bird in a cage, a city in flames and a chance question from a college student influence their innovation?
10:20
Brave New World
Technology. The experts explore how 21st-century technology is shaping our future by changing the way we live, the way we communicate and our perception of the universe.
11:10
How Do They Do It?
How do they make the world's most famous hat, and does it really hold ten gallons? Plus, how do they repair cables on the sea floor and feed 100,000 aeroplane passengers a day?
11:35
How Do They Do It?
How do they stop planes icing up, use clay to keep glossy magazines looking sharp, and make a 200km-per-hour electric car?

Kello 12:00

12:00
Weird Connections
Good Vibrations. A London vet puts farm animals on a specially-adapted running machine to investigate the effects of stress on their bones. Could his findings help to tackle obesity in humans?
12:25
How Tech Works
Meet the engineer who combined his two loves, robots and insects, to build a turbo diesel-powered hexapod. Plus, how are bionic cockroaches used in search-and-rescue missions?
12:50
X-Machines
Beluga, Icehammer, Goliath. The world's largest mining machine digs for coal in Canada, mobile ice hammers save a town from flooding and an air transporter battles extreme conditions to deliver its cargo.
13:40
Food Factory
Where You Bean?. Look behind the scenes to see how some of our most beloved products are made. Along the way, marvel at sophisticated manufacturing techniques and the science behind food.
14:05
How It's Made
Clay/Pitted Prunes/Spurs. Discover how everyday items such as umbrellas, silver cutlery, tape measures and outboard motors are made.
14:30
How We Invented the World
Skyscrapers. Skyscrapers are symbols of wealth and ambition. How did a bird in a cage, a city in flames and a chance question from a college student influence their innovation?
15:20
Brave New World
Technology. The experts explore how 21st-century technology is shaping our future by changing the way we live, the way we communicate and our perception of the universe.
16:10
How Do They Do It?
How do they make the world's most famous hat, and does it really hold ten gallons? Plus, how do they repair cables on the sea floor and feed 100,000 aeroplane passengers a day?
16:35
How Do They Do It?
How do they stop planes icing up, use clay to keep glossy magazines looking sharp, and make a 200km-per-hour electric car?
17:00
Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman
Are There More Than Three Dimensions?. Armed with the most ambitious scientific machinery in human history, can physicists discover the secrets hidden within higher dimensions?
17:50
How It's Made
Clay/Pitted Prunes/Spurs. Discover how everyday items such as umbrellas, silver cutlery, tape measures and outboard motors are made.

Kello 18:00

18:15
How It's Made
Tasers/Canned Soup/Diving Boards. Scalpels, oil paints, British police helmets and ice axes are some of the everyday items under close scrutiny in this episode.
18:40
Food Factory
The House That Santa Built. Look behind the scenes to see how some of our most beloved products are made. Along the way, marvel at sophisticated manufacturing techniques and the science behind food.
19:05
Food Factory
Yule Love This. Look behind the scenes to see how some of our most beloved products are made. Along the way, marvel at sophisticated manufacturing techniques and the science behind food.
19:30
Rise of the Machines
Mega Truck. An engine with the pulling power of a freight train, tyres as tall as two grown men and fitted with its own survival systems: this is the $5.5 million mega truck.
20:20
Brave New World
Environment. From the DNA banks at the Natural History Museum to the bayous of Louisiana, the programme celebrates the extraordinary efforts of scientists to preserve our future.

Kello 21:00

21:10
How Do They Do It?
How do they stop planes icing up, use clay to keep glossy magazines looking sharp, and make a 200km-per-hour electric car?
21:35
How Do They Do It?
How do they communicate with spacecraft millions of miles from Earth? Plus, how do they clean the hull of a supertanker?
22:00
Rise of the Machines
Mega Truck. An engine with the pulling power of a freight train, tyres as tall as two grown men and fitted with its own survival systems: this is the $5.5 million mega truck.
22:50
Brave New World
Environment. From the DNA banks at the Natural History Museum to the bayous of Louisiana, the programme celebrates the extraordinary efforts of scientists to preserve our future.
23:40
How It's Made
Tasers/Canned Soup/Diving Boards. Scalpels, oil paints, British police helmets and ice axes are some of the everyday items under close scrutiny in this episode.

Kello 24:00

00:05
How It's Made
Navajo Rugs/Crude Oil/Kaleidoscopes. Ever wondered how everyday items like bacon, snowblowers and luxury cars are made? Find out how these familiar objects are formed.
00:30
Alien Encounters
The Arrival. How will humans react when an alien spacecraft is on its way to Earth? Scientists and sci-fi writers, with cooperation from SETI and Carl Sagan's son, Nick, unravel the impact.
01:20
Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman
Are There More Than Three Dimensions?. Armed with the most ambitious scientific machinery in human history, can physicists discover the secrets hidden within higher dimensions?
02:10
How Do They Do It?
How do they stop planes icing up, use clay to keep glossy magazines looking sharp, and make a 200km-per-hour electric car?
02:35
How Do They Do It?
How do they communicate with spacecraft millions of miles from Earth? Plus, how do they clean the hull of a supertanker?
03:00
Food Factory
The House That Santa Built. Look behind the scenes to see how some of our most beloved products are made. Along the way, marvel at sophisticated manufacturing techniques and the science behind food.
03:24
Food Factory
Yule Love This. Look behind the scenes to see how some of our most beloved products are made. Along the way, marvel at sophisticated manufacturing techniques and the science behind food.
03:48
Rise of the Machines
Mega Truck. An engine with the pulling power of a freight train, tyres as tall as two grown men and fitted with its own survival systems: this is the $5.5 million mega truck.
04:36
Brave New World
Environment. From the DNA banks at the Natural History Museum to the bayous of Louisiana, the programme celebrates the extraordinary efforts of scientists to preserve our future.