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Discovery Science Torstai 24.4.

04:30
Moon Machines
Lunar Module. The story of the engineers who built one of the greatest engineering feats in history - the Lunar Bug - and how they dealt with demanding weight restrictions.
05:20
Smash Lab
Earthquake Proof House. The 'Smash Lab' team tries to make a house that can withstand earthquakes, using cutting-edge technology borrowed from the aircraft industry – and an artificial earthquake machine.

Kello 6:00

06:10
How the Earth Works
The Rockies built the Atom Bomb. Biologist Liz and geologist Martin find out the answers to a series of scientific quandaries. What link do the Rockies have to the atomic bomb?
07:00
Rocket City Rednecks
Power My Party Boat. With the skyrocketing cost of fuel, the guys explore alternative energy sources, using hydroelectricity to power their custom-built party boat.
07:25
Rocket City Rednecks
Rednecks on the Red Planet. The Rocket City Rednecks simulate a manned mission to Mars by converting a recreational vehicle into an interplanetary spaceship. How will they get on?
07:55
Da Vinci's Machines
Scythe Chariot. The team devotes its talent to recreating Leonardo Da Vinci's 15th-century bladed chariot. But instead of pulling it with horses, the scientists update the design with robot power.
08:45
Bang Goes the Theory
Features bold and fun tests that push science to its limits. Plus, get up close and personal with big experiments and team challenges.
09:10
Bang Goes the Theory
Features bold and fun tests that push science to its limits. Plus, get up close and personal with big experiments and team challenges.
09:40
How the Earth Works
The Rockies built the Atom Bomb. Biologist Liz and geologist Martin find out the answers to a series of scientific quandaries. What link do the Rockies have to the atomic bomb?
10:30
Mighty Ships
CCGS Amundsen. Research icebreaker CCGS Amundsen battles Arctic extremes in order to understand how global warming will radically change life in the high Arctic.
11:20
Moon Machines
Lunar Module. The story of the engineers who built one of the greatest engineering feats in history - the Lunar Bug - and how they dealt with demanding weight restrictions.

Kello 12:00

12:10
Smash Lab
Earthquake Proof House. The 'Smash Lab' team tries to make a house that can withstand earthquakes, using cutting-edge technology borrowed from the aircraft industry – and an artificial earthquake machine.
13:00
How Stuff Works
Turkey. The turkey industry produces millions of birds for human consumption every year. But how do they get from farms to our tables? This programme takes you through the entire process.
13:30
Bang Goes the Theory
Features bold and fun tests that push science to its limits. Plus, get up close and personal with big experiments and team challenges.
13:55
Bang Goes the Theory
Features bold and fun tests that push science to its limits. Plus, get up close and personal with big experiments and team challenges.
14:20
Mythbusters
Crimes and Mythdemeanours – Part 2. Adam and Jamie return for some more Hollywood heists. They face a monster safe that can only be opened by – you guessed it – an underwater explosion!
15:10
Smash Lab
Train Crash. The Smash Lab team take the idea of car air bags to another level and test the use of large air bags on trains that will push cars stuck on railway crossings safely out of the way.
16:00
Mighty Ships
Norwegian Epic. Join the crew and clientele of the Norwegian Epic as they party their way through a week-long Caribbean cruise on one of the largest cruise ships afloat.
16:50
How the Earth Works
Ice Age or Hell Fire?. Martin and Liz travel from the glaciers of Canada to the heat of Death Valley, revealing evidence of some of the most powerful geological events – Ice Ages.
17:40
Moon Machines
Lunar Module. The story of the engineers who built one of the greatest engineering feats in history - the Lunar Bug - and how they dealt with demanding weight restrictions.

Kello 18:00

18:30
Super Comet: After the Impact
Told through dramatised events and interviews with scientists, discover whether we would survive after an impact from a comet the same size as the one that killed the dinosaurs.
19:20
The Gadget Show
Suzi takes a look at 4G; Jason looks at the best new tech on the horizon and Jon visits the people who make the next generation technology for the British Military.
19:45
How Stuff Works
Lead. Despite the danger it can pose to humans, lead is undisputedly one of the Earth's most valuable resources. Discover how it is used in everything from car batteries to satellites.
20:10
Mythbusters
Shattering Subwoofer. Could a car's stereo be so loud that it destroys the very car it's in? Adam and Jamie set out to find the answer; plus a test of whether faster driving equals a smoother ride!

Kello 21:00

21:00
Freaks of Nature
Tsunami Man. The force of a single wave can destroy solid rock. Surfer Laird Hamilton has designed a board that allows him to fly over a wave – but can he match the speed of a tsunami?
21:25
Freaks of Nature
Windcheater. Winds of 60mph make it impossible to stay on your feet. But Heinz Zak is performing deadly high-wire stunts in places where winds can reach over 100mph.
21:50
Human Body: Ultimate Machine
Brain Power. The brain is the seat of learning as well as the repository of our primal instincts. We see how it controls us and how, when too hot or sleep-deprived, it can lead us to disaster.
22:40
Bang Goes the Theory
Features bold and fun tests that push science to its limits. Plus, get up close and personal with big experiments and team challenges.
23:05
Bang Goes the Theory
Features bold and fun tests that push science to its limits. Plus, get up close and personal with big experiments and team challenges.
23:30
Moon Machines
Suits. Explore the remarkable stories of the engineers who devoted their lives to the Apollo programme, and the design and perfection of space suits.

Kello 24:00

00:20
The Gadget Show
Suzi takes a look at 4G; Jason looks at the best new tech on the horizon and Jon visits the people who make the next generation technology for the British Military.
00:45
How Stuff Works
Lead. Despite the danger it can pose to humans, lead is undisputedly one of the Earth's most valuable resources. Discover how it is used in everything from car batteries to satellites.
01:10
Freaks of Nature
Tsunami Man. The force of a single wave can destroy solid rock. Surfer Laird Hamilton has designed a board that allows him to fly over a wave – but can he match the speed of a tsunami?
01:35
Freaks of Nature
Windcheater. Winds of 60mph make it impossible to stay on your feet. But Heinz Zak is performing deadly high-wire stunts in places where winds can reach over 100mph.
02:00
Human Body: Ultimate Machine
Brain Power. The brain is the seat of learning as well as the repository of our primal instincts. We see how it controls us and how, when too hot or sleep-deprived, it can lead us to disaster.
02:45
Mythbusters
Shattering Subwoofer. Could a car's stereo be so loud that it destroys the very car it's in? Adam and Jamie set out to find the answer; plus a test of whether faster driving equals a smoother ride!
03:35
Bang Goes the Theory
Features bold and fun tests that push science to its limits. Plus, get up close and personal with big experiments and team challenges.
04:00
Bang Goes the Theory
Features bold and fun tests that push science to its limits. Plus, get up close and personal with big experiments and team challenges.
04:30
Moon Machines
Suits. Explore the remarkable stories of the engineers who devoted their lives to the Apollo programme, and the design and perfection of space suits.