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Discovery Science Lauantai 19.4.

04:30
Moon Machines
Saturn V. This is the story of the mighty Saturn V moon rocket, which combined the vision of World War II German rocket scientists with that of a group of engineers from the USA.
05:20
Smash Lab
Blast Proof Building. Designers and engineers face an almost impossible challenge – to use truck bed liner paint to protect an entire building from a massive explosion.

Kello 6:00

06:10
How the Earth Works
Will Europe Burn in Hell?. Liz Bonnin and Martin Pepper investigate the volcano Mount Vesuvius. During the research, they discover another deadly super volcano, Campi Flegrei.
07:00
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.
07:55
Freaks of Nature
Heatwave. The planet's hottest places are too extreme for most humans to survive. But Scott Jurek is an ultra-marathon runner who can endure running in the most extreme heat.
08:20
Freaks of Nature
Lightning. The electricity inside a lightning bolt can reach 200,000 amps; less than one amp is enough to kill. Meet Austin Richard, who claims that humans can survive this deadly power.
08:45
Strangest Weather on Earth
See nature at its most beautiful and witness some of the strangest weather on earth. What is the science behind these bizarre phenomena?
09:10
Strangest Weather on Earth
See nature at its most beautiful and witness some of the strangest weather on earth. What is the science behind these bizarre phenomena?
09:40
How the Earth Works
Will Hawaii Sink LA?. Liz and Martin travel to Hawaii to investigate how evidence of catastrophic events in its geological past reveals a legacy of destruction.
10:30
How the Earth Works
Can Krakatoa Stop Time?. An active volcano with the power to plunge the whole world into a brutal dark age is rising from the sea. Will it cataclysmically erupt once again?
11:20
How the Earth Works
Japanese Death Match. Liz and Martin visit Japan, to witness the battle that rages between the people and the land they live on.

Kello 12:00

12:10
How the Earth Works
Will Europe Burn in Hell?. Liz Bonnin and Martin Pepper investigate the volcano Mount Vesuvius. During the research, they discover another deadly super volcano, Campi Flegrei.
13:00
How Do They Do It?
Speeding Car/Water Display/White Wash. See how the California Highway Patrol stops a speeding car, and how 75,000 litres of water are shot 24 storeys high in a spectacular water display.
13:30
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.
14:20
Sci-Trek
Breaking Time. Time has a past, a present and a future. It runs, flows, bends and stretches. But the tantalising question is: can we go backwards, forwards or even sideways in time?
15:10
Rocket City Rednecks
Close Encounters of the Redneck Kind. The Rocket City Rednecks utilise a discarded satellite dish to construct a space-based listening device. But will it actually work?
15:35
Rocket City Rednecks
Bomb-Proof My Pick-Up. Travis devises a pioneering idea to make Humvees more bomb resistant, and it relies on using beer cans. But will his wacky idea work in practice?
16:00
Kings of Construction
Academy of Science. Meet the kings behind the construction of the California Academy of Sciences. Much of the technology being used is untried and untested.
16:50
Freaks of Nature
Heatwave. The planet's hottest places are too extreme for most humans to survive. But Scott Jurek is an ultra-marathon runner who can endure running in the most extreme heat.
17:15
Freaks of Nature
Lightning. The electricity inside a lightning bolt can reach 200,000 amps; less than one amp is enough to kill. Meet Austin Richard, who claims that humans can survive this deadly power.
17:40
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 18:00

18:30
Powering the Future
Leading the Charge. From economics and climate change to national security and global politics, energy is the driving force behind almost everything on the planet.
19:20
Penn & Teller Tell a Lie
Forest Fire v Jet Engine. Can you really blow out a forest fire? Eccentric duo Penn & Teller present seven unbelievable stories, six of which are true, whilst one is a big lie! Can you spot the fake?
20:10
You Have Been Warned
Human Guinea Pigs. Count down through the world’s top 20 internet clips featuring brave human guinea pigs including: the US guy who flips cars and the Russian roof to roof jump.

Kello 21:00

21:00
Freaks of Nature
Heatwave. The planet's hottest places are too extreme for most humans to survive. But Scott Jurek is an ultra-marathon runner who can endure running in the most extreme heat.
21:25
Freaks of Nature
Lightning. The electricity inside a lightning bolt can reach 200,000 amps; less than one amp is enough to kill. Meet Austin Richard, who claims that humans can survive this deadly power.
21:50
Ways to Save the Planet
Engineering the Future. Can the future of the planet be secured through radical scientific experiments? One professor looks at the idea of placing trillions of lenses in space to diffract the sun's power.
22:40
Investigation X
UFO Outbreak. Follow the investigation made by a forensic team after a mass of UFO sightings in Stephenville in Texas, Kokomo in Indiana and Southwick in Massachusetts.
23:30
Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman
What Are We Really Made of?. Our understanding of the universe has drastically changed over the last 100 years, and it is on the verge of another seismic shift based on the Large Hadron Collider findings.

Kello 24:00

00:20
Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman
The Riddle of Black Holes. The most powerful objects in the universe, astronomers think there are billions of black holes and that reality may happen on a 2-dimensional hologram at the edge of the universe.
01:10
Freaks of Nature
Heatwave. The planet's hottest places are too extreme for most humans to survive. But Scott Jurek is an ultra-marathon runner who can endure running in the most extreme heat.
01:35
Freaks of Nature
Lightning. The electricity inside a lightning bolt can reach 200,000 amps; less than one amp is enough to kill. Meet Austin Richard, who claims that humans can survive this deadly power.
02:00
Ways to Save the Planet
Engineering the Future. Can the future of the planet be secured through radical scientific experiments? One professor looks at the idea of placing trillions of lenses in space to diffract the sun's power.
02:45
Scrapheap Challenge
Caber Tossers. Three contenders head to Scotland for the Scrapheap Challenge Highland games. Can they build machines capable of tossing massive cabers and hurling huge Atlas stones?
03:35
Scrapheap Challenge
Semi-Finals. In the semi-final, the top six teams must build radio-controlled vehicles to race around an obstacle course. But who’s got the engineering prowess to make it through to the final?
04:30
Scrapheap Challenge
Finals. The top three teams go head to head with Dick Strawbridge and his Diamonds in the series final. Who will build the best flying car and become 'Scrapheap Challenge' champions?