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Discovery World Lauantai 31.1.

04:10
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'.
04:58
Beyond Survival with Les Stroud
The Arctic. Les Stroud journeys above the Arctic Circle to track game with Inuit hunters, and joins the tribe in a feast of raw seal eyeball and other local delicacies.
05:46
Extreme Engineering
Battle Machines. Danny Forster heads to Anniston Army Depot to re-assemble an Abrams tank. He also helps build components of this fighting machine and tests the tank on the firing range.

Kello 6:00

06:34
Massive Speed
Fighter Aircraft. 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 the newest fighter jets.
07:00
Lake Escapes
Angling expert Matt Hayes heads to Lake Windermere in Cumbria for a spot of pike fishing.
07:25
I Shouldn't Be Alive
Perfect Storm. A helicopter crew on a mission get caught in the perfect storm. Forced to evacuate in the Atlantic, the men battle 30 metre waves and 150kph winds in their fight to stay alive.
08:15
I Shouldn't Be Alive
Trapped in the Canyon. After falling down a canyon, an athlete is trapped with horrific internal injuries. Dying slowly with just her dog for company, she faces the endurance challenge of her life.
09:05
Beyond Survival with Les Stroud
Zulu. 'Survivorman' Les Stroud travels to South Africa to join the Zulu, one of the most legendary tribes in Africa and among the world's greatest masters of survival.
09:55
Beyond Survival with Les Stroud
San Bushmen. Les Stroud treks across the Sahara to hunt and survive with the San, a tribe that may have descended from our most ancient human ancestors, the original masters of survival.
10:45
Beyond Survival with Les Stroud
The Arctic. Les Stroud journeys above the Arctic Circle to track game with Inuit hunters, and joins the tribe in a feast of raw seal eyeball and other local delicacies.
11:35
Extreme Engineering
Super Fast Warship. Danny Forster gets up close to a US Navy destroyer, joining the teams who refuel the ship and interpret the radar systems. Next he travels to Maines Bath Iron Works shipyard.

Kello 12:00

12:25
Extreme Engineering
Fault Zone Tunnel. Go inside one of the world's most dangerous tunnelling projects with Danny Forster. He works with miners outside LA to dig two tunnels that will supply water to California.
13:15
Extreme Engineering
Boot Camp. Danny Forster learns how to operate construction equipment, embarking on a crash course in everything from heavy equipment operation to getting lunch for the foreman.
14:05
Extreme Engineering
World's Tallest Skyscraper. Host Danny Forster climbs into the frame of the Shanghai World Financial Centre. At its completion, it will be the tallest building in the world.
14:55
Extreme Engineering
Battle Machines. Danny Forster heads to Anniston Army Depot to re-assemble an Abrams tank. He also helps build components of this fighting machine and tests the tank on the firing range.
15:45
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.
16:35
Breaking Ice
Rock Bottom. The lowest ever recorded levels of sea ice give the Healy access to the sea floor for dredging. On the opposite end of the Earth, the Germans face a dangerous situation.
17:00
Breaking Ice
Home. After three and a half months on duty in the Arctic Ocean, the crew of the US Coast Guard Cutter Healy finally come back home to overjoyed family members.
17:25
Destination North Pole
A couple looking for the ultimate wedding venue visit the ice airport in Barneo, but will their guests be happy with averages temperatures of minus 35?

Kello 18:00

18:20
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.
19:15
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.
20:10
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.

Kello 21:00

21:05
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?
22:00
True Horror
Werewolves. From shapeshifting druids to modern-day killers, Anthony Head reveals the truth behind the werewolf myth.
22:55
Legend Detectives
Pied Piper. A scientist, a psychic and a historian explore our most powerful legends in Europe’s most ancient, mystical and beautiful locations.
23:50
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.

Kello 24:00

00:45
I Was Bitten
This episode documents the incredible story of the man who was torn limb from limb by an three-metre alligator in Florida. Also, a child is bitten by a rattlesnake.
01:40
I Was Bitten
Whilst on a tour of a big cat reserve, a woman is mauled by a tiger. Elsewhere a man finds himself fodder for a 4,000-kilo elephant. Explore their stories in 'I Was Bitten'.
02:30
Great Planes
F-100 Super Sabre. Paul "Max" Moga examines the stories behind the most influential and innovative planes, the remarkable technical features and ground-breaking tactics that advanced aerial combat.
03:20
Great Planes
F-4 Phantom II. Learn how the Phantom II became one of the most respected aircraft of her time, thanks to its work with the United States Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force during the Vietnam War.
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.