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Discovery World Sunnuntai 5.7.

08:15
NASA's Greatest Missions
Friends and Rivals. After the success of Project Mercury, NASA set their sights higher – to land a man on the moon. This is the story of Project Gemini, which led to some of NASA's greatest moments.
09:05
NASA's Greatest Missions
Landing the Eagle. There are just a few years to go before Kennedy's deadline. The first manned mission of the formidable Saturn V rocket will take three astronauts to within a few miles of the moon.
09:55
NASA's Greatest Missions
The Explorers. Man has orbited the Earth, walked in space, crossed from one spacecraft to another and lived in deep space for three days at a time. It's time for a new phase in the program.
10:45
NASA's Greatest Missions
The Shuttle. To satisfy a need for a bigger cargo bay in the 20-year-old space shuttle layout, NASA embarks on an ambitious redesign that revolutionises space travel, making the craft reusable.
11:35
One of a Kind
'57 Airbox Corvette. See the first production line racing Corvette. Only 43 were produced and fewer than half exist today. This car was the prototype for all of the Corvettes in the 1957 line.
11:45
One of a Kind
Ferrari 412p. Created by Ferrari as a weapon in their grudge match against Ford. The "one off" 412P is considered one of the most iconic Ferraris ever. Peel back the paint and go under the hood.

Kello 12:00

12:00
One of a Kind
Mormon Meteor. Created by Duesenberg to race at the Bonneville Salt Flats, this speedster was raced by Ab Jenkins the legendary endurance speed record holder of the 1930s. Take a closer look.
12:10
One of a Kind
'55 Chevy Biscayne. The 1955 Biscayne was described as ""An exploration in Elegance."" This Motorama Dream Car displayed many innovative features - some of which would find their way into production.
12:25
One of a Kind
'62 Ferrari 33 Gto. Built to compete at LeMans in 1962 this Ferrari features many mechanical modifications. This was the only 4-litre GTO built and raced by Ferrari. Learn more about this unique car.
12:35
One of a Kind
'39 Bugatti. On the cusp of WWII Bugatti delivered this chassis to Dusseldorf. It was then sent to Voll & Ruhrbeck in Berlin. When finished the press described it as a "Dream of Light Metal".
12:50
One of a Kind
'33 Delage D8S Coup. This Delage Roadster was the 1934 Paris Show car and was celebrated in numerous publications at the time. Go under the hood and behind the wheel of this unique motor.
13:00
One of a Kind
'57 Chevy El Morocco. Peel back the paint, go under the hood and get behind the wheel of singular, factory-built autos.
13:15
One of a Kind
'54 Cadillac Pinnfarina. One of the concept cars produced by Pininfarina for Cadillac was a 1954 Cabriolet. This was the centerpiece of the Paris Auto Show and only this single version was ever built.
13:25
One of a Kind
'37 Talbot-Lago. A rare Figoni et Falaschi sports roadster, it probably raced in the 1937 French Grand Prix. One of two Talbot-Lagos with shortened chassis built and the only one now in existence.
13:40
Origins
Explores the remarkable origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions and ideas. Today, we look at the stories of the seismograph, the radar and the satellite.
14:05
Origins
Explores the remarkable origin of hundreds of the world's most influential ideas. Today, we look at the stories of battleships, submarines and the pursuit of naval supremacy.
14:30
Origins
Explores the remarkable origin of hundreds of the world's most influential ideas. Today, we look at the stories of painting, photography, and motion pictures.
14:55
Origins
Explores the remarkable origin of hundreds of the world's most influential ideas. Today, we look at the history of dentists, eye doctors, psychologists, and psychiatrists.
15:20
Origins
Explores the remarkable origin of hundreds of the world's most influential ideas. Today, we look at the stories of Gods, UFOs, Ghosts, and man’s relationship with the unknown.
15:45
Petrol Age
Paul McGann explores British motoring innovations, including how spare parts from the Second World War were used to create the pioneering off-road vehicle - the Land Rover.
16:35
River Renegades
Suicide Run. Follow the people who live and die by the river; making a living from hunting, fishing and harvesting amongst treacherous weather and encroaching development.
17:25
The Sahara Challenge
Veterinary Surgeon Geoff Wilson and kite manufacturer Craig Hanson formed a team of Adventurers who would attempt to cross the Sahara desert by wind power.

Kello 18:00

18:20
How Superman Defeated the KKK
Determined to bring down the resurgent KKK after WWII, a young southern idealist infiltrates the Klan and leaks their secrets to law enforcement.
19:15
Richard III: King in a Car Park
When a skeleton was found under a Leicester council car park in 2012, the news broke around the world. Could it be the remains, lost for 500 years, of England's most infamous king?
20:35
Origins
Explores the remarkable origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions and ideas. Today, we look at the stories of the seismograph, the radar and the satellite.

Kello 21:00

21:05
Codes and Conspiracies
Las Vegas. Why was Las Vegas a Nazi target for wartime sabotage, a test ground for Atomic Bombs, and a meeting place for 9/11's terrorists? Explore its secrets.
22:00
Richard III: King in a Car Park
When a skeleton was found under a Leicester council car park in 2012, the news broke around the world. Could it be the remains, lost for 500 years, of England's most infamous king?
23:20
Origins
Explores the remarkable origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions and ideas. Today, we look at the stories of the seismograph, the radar and the satellite.
23:50
World's Busiest
Hotel. Explore the incredible stories of the busiest places on Earth. The Venetian Palazzo hotel in Las Vegas is a $1.5 billion replica of Venice and the world’s busiest hotel.

Kello 24:00

00:45
Feral Children
Bird Boy of Fiji. Anthropologist Mary-Ann Craig sets off on the trail of extraordinary youths and uncovers the stories of the wild children, who live – and survive – on the very edge of humanity.
01:40
Wild Child: The True Story of Feral Children
Explore the world of untamed kids brought up in complete isolation from human contact. It bridges human and animal life in ways that most would assume impossible.
02:30
NASA's Greatest Missions
Ordinary Supermen. Commemorating NASA's 50th anniversary, this is the inside story of the world's first astronauts; seven test pilots willing to risk their lives to be the first to orbit Earth.
03:20
NASA's Greatest Missions
Friends and Rivals. After the success of Project Mercury, NASA set their sights higher – to land a man on the moon. This is the story of Project Gemini, which led to some of NASA's greatest moments.
04:10
NASA's Greatest Missions
Landing the Eagle. There are just a few years to go before Kennedy's deadline. The first manned mission of the formidable Saturn V rocket will take three astronauts to within a few miles of the moon.
04:58
NASA's Greatest Missions
The Explorers. Man has orbited the Earth, walked in space, crossed from one spacecraft to another and lived in deep space for three days at a time. It's time for a new phase in the program.