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Discovery World Sunnuntai 1.2.

04:10
Great Planes
SR-71 Blackbird. A member of history’s most mysterious and technologically advanced families of aircraft, the SR-71 Blackbird set four world records. Learn more about this incredible plane.
04:58
Great Planes
A-7 Corsair II. The airframe of this aircraft had first flown nearly 20 years before. The prototype A-7F was the latest model developed from the Vought Corsair II. Discover more about it.
05:46
Great Planes
A-26 Invader. In September 1944, Allied forces in Europe started flying in a new light bomber. This was the twin-engine A-26, fast and heavily armed. Learn why it was christened 'The Invader'.

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06:34
Massive Speed
Hot Rods. Chris Barrie examines the evolution of machines designed for speed and the high-pressure races the vehicles compete in. In this episode he looks at death-defying hot rod racers.
07:00
Lake Escapes
Holland's Volkerak region is Matt Hayes' destination where he fishes with Bertus Rozemeijer, one of the most renowned Zander fishermen in the world.
07:25
Hell on High Water
Follow five solo skippers as they attempt to circumnavigate the globe. Can they overcome fear, isolation and fatigue on this gruelling race across the world’s loneliest oceans?
08:15
Hell on High Water
Follow five solo skippers as they attempt to circumnavigate the globe. Can they overcome fear, isolation and fatigue on this gruelling race across the world’s loneliest oceans?
09:05
Hell on High Water
Follow five solo skippers as they attempt to circumnavigate the globe. Can they overcome fear, isolation and fatigue on this gruelling race across the world’s loneliest oceans?
09:55
Hell on High Water
Follow five solo skippers as they attempt to circumnavigate the globe. Can they overcome fear, isolation and fatigue on this gruelling race across the world’s loneliest oceans?
10:45
Hell on High Water
Follow five solo skippers as they attempt to circumnavigate the globe. Can they overcome fear, isolation and fatigue on this gruelling race across the world’s loneliest oceans?
11:35
Cafe Racer
Colorado Norton Works does cafe racer bike building x 13. NYC/Norton goes a long way to run with the fast guys, and meet the Cretins, America's first cafe racer motorcycle club.

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12:00
A Bike is Born
Triumph – Part 1. Mark Evans embarks on his next bike challenge - to restore a 1970 Triumph Bonneville. His first task is to strip the bike down to its frame.
12:25
Cafe Racer
Mike and Blake attempt to make a Royal Enfield reach 100 mph. Colorado Norton Works take café building to a whole new level with a limited edition run of 13 custom café specials.
12:50
A Bike is Born
Triumph – Part 2. Self-build guru Mark Evans continues to work on the Triumph Bonneville, as he dismantles the engine, strips the wheels and does a spot of welding.
13:15
Cafe Racer
Vincent Works takes on a controversial, six figure motorcycle build. Meanwhile, some of the country's best builders team up to make a Royal Enfield faster.
13:40
A Bike is Born
Triumph – Part 3. Mark reveals the completely painted frame of the 1970 Triumph Bonneville and begins to build the forks, which proves to be less straightforward.
14:05
Cafe Racer
A Vincent restoration ace makes historians cringe by toying with a rare beauty, Big Sid makes his last stand on the Bonneville Flats and it is judgement day for the Royal Enfield.
14:30
A Bike is Born
Triumph – Part 4. Mark Evans rebuilds the engine of the 1970 Triumph Bonneville and fits it to the frame, before attempting to recover the seat.
14:55
Cafe Racer
Stan Lipert and old friend and rival, Jerry Dudley attempt to turn a $150 commuter bike into a vintage racer. Plus, find out why an Egli-framed Vincent should be kept off the road.
15:20
A Bike is Born
Triumph – Part 5. The finishing touches are made to the 1970 Triumph Bonneville. Mark Evans can then enjoy the thrill of taking the bike out for its first spin.
15:45
Strip the City
Ice City - Toronto. Each winter, Toronto is hit by savage snowstorms and bitterly low temperatures. How did this metropolis become the largest city in Canada in such an extreme environment?
16:35
Chef Gone Wild
Philippines. Chef Jock Zonfrillo travels to remote communities to forage with locals for ingredients to native dishes so he can excite the tastebuds of customers in his restaurant back home.
17:25
Into the Unknown with Josh Bernstein
Elephants. Josh Bernstein investigates the strange escalation in the number of elephants attacking humans across Africa. Why are these gentle giants suddenly turning deadly?

Kello 18:00

18:20
Encounters at the End of the World
Acclaimed director Werner Herzog journeys to frozen Antarctica where one thousand people live in close quarters, risking their lives and sanity in search of cutting-edge science.
20:10
Aircrash Confidential
Pilot Fatigue. Fatigue has left pilots drunk with exhaustion, with fatal results for hundreds - so why is the industry ignoring the issue? Contains reconstructions of accidents.

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21:05
Super Yachts
Vripack. Explore the dazzling world of luxury yacht building. Featuring every concievable luxury, these spectacular sailboats are the ultimate in glamorous living and exclusive design.
22:00
Encounters at the End of the World
Acclaimed director Werner Herzog journeys to frozen Antarctica where one thousand people live in close quarters, risking their lives and sanity in search of cutting-edge science.
23:50
Solving History with Olly Steeds
Lost City of Gold. Adventurer Olly Steeds follows new clues and treks deep into the remote Andes Mountains in search of the legendary El Dorado.

Kello 24:00

00:45
I Was Bitten
This series delves into the gruesome world of near-fatal bites. Survivors of such wounds as rattlesnake bites and grizzly bear maulings discuss the effects of their encounters.
01:40
Anatomy of a Snake Bite
Looking at the lightning speed with which snakes can strike by testing them on a brave stuntman. Also caught on camera is one man bitten by a cobra!
02:30
Out of Egypt
Disposal of the Dead. Egyptologist Dr Kara Cooney examines tombs, graves and burials all over the world to explain why different cultures treat their dead as they do.
03:20
Out of Egypt
An Eye for an Eye. Egyptologist Dr Kara Cooney investigates why acts of violence, such as human sacrifice, have been a part of religious belief for millennia.
04:10
Out of Egypt
Flesh and Bone. Visiting sites of pilgrimage, Dr Kara Cooney explains the reasons behind the value we place on treasured relics that have been preserved and worshipped for generations.
04:58
Dead Men's Tales
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. ‘Dead Men’s Tales’ is a series of medical biographies of the rich, the famous and the powerful. Containing a great biography and a great medical mystery.