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Discovery Science Perjantai 6.3.

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.
05:24
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?
05:48
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?

Kello 6:00

06:12
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.
06:36
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?
07:00
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?
07:25
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?
07:50
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.
08:40
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.
09:05
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.
09:30
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.
10:20
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.
11:10
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?
11:35
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?

Kello 12:00

12:00
Weird Connections
The Dog That Knew Too Much. Biologist Rupert Sheldrake performs controversial experiments to show that pet dogs have psychic abilities. But could his findings help humans to predict earthquakes?
12:25
How Tech Works
Meet Markus Kayser who developed the Solar Sinter, a 3D printer powered by sunlight. Plus, a small throwable robot that performs observations and investigates confined spaces.
12:50
X-Machines
Thunder, Wheels, Nemo. A helicopter must dodge power lines as it transports an Arctic oil tank and a million-dollar sub hunts for warning signs of an impending tsunami on Lake Tahoe.
13:40
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.
14:05
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.
14:30
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.
15:20
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.
16:10
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?
16:35
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?
17:00
Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman
Is There a Sixth Sense?. How far do our perceptions extend? Researchers investigating the hidden depths of our brains explore the possibility of a 'global consciousness'.
17:50
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 18:00

18:15
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.
18:40
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.
19:05
Food Factory
Smell the Coffee. A look at how some of our favourite foods are made in food factories including jawbreakers, ground coffee, empanadas and cocktail sauce.
19:30
How Do They Do It?
Chewing Gum/ Fish Hooks/ Legoland. How do they transform rubber into chewing gum; how do they make fish hooks strong enough to catch a shark; and how are the models built at the world’s largest Legoland?
19:55
How Do They Do It?
Leatherman/Formula 1/ Glassware. How do they build Formula 1 racing cars; how do they make the Leatherman, America’s best-selling multi-tool; and how do they create classic Finnish Aalto glassware?
20:20
Brave New World
Biology. The experts explore developments that are transforming the strength of the human body. They reveal how scientists are using the secrets of our cells to change life as we know it.

Kello 21:00

21:10
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?
21:35
How Do They Do It?
How do they provide services in one of the world's largest casino hotels, cut through metal with a beam of light, and build a golf course in the desert?
22:00
How Do They Do It?
Chewing Gum/ Fish Hooks/ Legoland. How do they transform rubber into chewing gum; how do they make fish hooks strong enough to catch a shark; and how are the models built at the world’s largest Legoland?
22:25
How Do They Do It?
Leatherman/Formula 1/ Glassware. How do they build Formula 1 racing cars; how do they make the Leatherman, America’s best-selling multi-tool; and how do they create classic Finnish Aalto glassware?
22:50
Brave New World
Biology. The experts explore developments that are transforming the strength of the human body. They reveal how scientists are using the secrets of our cells to change life as we know it.
23:40
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.

Kello 24:00

00:05
How It's Made
Space Pens/Reef Aquariums/Metal Caskets. As more everyday items are put under the spotlight, discover how vehicle transmissions, miniature silverware, hot air balloon baskets and darts are made.
00:30
How the Universe Works
Supernovas. Life is created in unimaginably large explosions called supernovas, scattering the elements formed in the heart of stars. What can they teach us about our origins?
01:20
Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman
Is There a Sixth Sense?. How far do our perceptions extend? Researchers investigating the hidden depths of our brains explore the possibility of a 'global consciousness'.
02:10
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?
02:35
How Do They Do It?
How do they provide services in one of the world's largest casino hotels, cut through metal with a beam of light, and build a golf course in the desert?
03:00
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.
03:24
Food Factory
Smell the Coffee. A look at how some of our favourite foods are made in food factories including jawbreakers, ground coffee, empanadas and cocktail sauce.
03:48
How Do They Do It?
Chewing Gum/ Fish Hooks/ Legoland. How do they transform rubber into chewing gum; how do they make fish hooks strong enough to catch a shark; and how are the models built at the world’s largest Legoland?
04:12
How Do They Do It?
Leatherman/Formula 1/ Glassware. How do they build Formula 1 racing cars; how do they make the Leatherman, America’s best-selling multi-tool; and how do they create classic Finnish Aalto glassware?
04:36
Brave New World
Biology. The experts explore developments that are transforming the strength of the human body. They reveal how scientists are using the secrets of our cells to change life as we know it.