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Discovery Science Torstai 30.7.

01:00
How It's Made
Honey/Fibre Optics/Bricks. More everyday items go under the microscope as we find out how honey, fibre optics and bricks are made.
01:23
How It's Made
Carpets/Drinking Water/Acoustic Guitars. More everyday items go under the microscope as we find out how carpets, drinking water and acoustic guitars are made.
01:45
Mythbusters
Bikes and Bazookas. Adam and Jamie pit motorbikes against cars in the ultimate eco-challenge. Then the crew try some explosive experiments - can a bullet beat a grenade?
02:30
Food Factory
Hot Potato. The humble potato is a staple all over the world; Food Factory examines the production of this versatile veg. Later they observe the manufacture of hot chocolate.
02:53
Food Factory
Smoking Salmon. The team visits a smokehouse to discover how fresh salmon is turned into an epicurean delicacy. Later they see how authentic ready-made ravioli is created.
03:15
Weird or What?
In California, a woman is plagued by an invisible attacker – is she being haunted? Plus, a teen thinks she can see ghosts, but is there a rational explanation for her visions?
04:00
Weird or What?
How did a skydiver survive a 3,500m fall onto tarmac when her parachute failed? Plus, in New York a man is vaporised as he lies in bed; can humans spontaneously combust?
04:45
Mythbusters
Bikes and Bazookas. Adam and Jamie pit motorbikes against cars in the ultimate eco-challenge. Then the crew try some explosive experiments - can a bullet beat a grenade?
05:30
The Future of...
Connecting. Witness the future of communication, in which a machine transports your virtual image around the world, and humans develop the ability to communicate directly with animals.

Kello 6:00

06:15
Future Weapons
Close Protection. An exclusive look at the top secret device that can stop terrorists smuggling bombs and guns onto passenger jets and the latest multi-calibre combat weapon.
07:00
How It's Made
Honey/Fibre Optics/Bricks. More everyday items go under the microscope as we find out how honey, fibre optics and bricks are made.
07:23
How It's Made
Carpets/Drinking Water/Acoustic Guitars. More everyday items go under the microscope as we find out how carpets, drinking water and acoustic guitars are made.
07:45
Mythbusters
Bikes and Bazookas. Adam and Jamie pit motorbikes against cars in the ultimate eco-challenge. Then the crew try some explosive experiments - can a bullet beat a grenade?
08:30
The Future of...
Connecting. Witness the future of communication, in which a machine transports your virtual image around the world, and humans develop the ability to communicate directly with animals.
09:15
Future Weapons
Close Protection. An exclusive look at the top secret device that can stop terrorists smuggling bombs and guns onto passenger jets and the latest multi-calibre combat weapon.
10:00
Food Factory
Hot Potato. The humble potato is a staple all over the world; Food Factory examines the production of this versatile veg. Later they observe the manufacture of hot chocolate.
10:23
Food Factory
Smoking Salmon. The team visits a smokehouse to discover how fresh salmon is turned into an epicurean delicacy. Later they see how authentic ready-made ravioli is created.
10:45
Weird or What?
A housewife believes a psychic vision helped her solve a case, a man remembers every moment of his life with pinpoint accuracy, and a healer claims to cure diseases with prayer.
11:30
Weird or What?
How did a skydiver survive a 3,500m fall onto tarmac when her parachute failed? Plus, in New York a man is vaporised as he lies in bed; can humans spontaneously combust?

Kello 12:00

12:15
How Do They Do It?
Tennessee Whisky/Nightvision/Saunas. How do they make traditional Tennessee whiskey, how do they make equipment to allow people to see in the dark, and how do the Finns relax in a 160-degree sauna?
12:38
How Do They Do It?
Vanilla/Anchors. How do they make the world’s favourite ice cream flavour and how do they build the world’s largest anchors for the world’s biggest ships?
13:00
The Future of...
Habitat. Imagine a future where a DNA chip scans your body for disease, a computer helps you dress the best for your body type, and a robotic car lets you commute at 320kph.
13:45
Future Weapons
Guns. Investigating guns, including the rapid-fire cannon that's a hit with the US military, the Gatling gun that rains fire on its target and the new multi-calibre assault weapon.
14:30
How It's Made
Honey/Fibre Optics/Bricks. More everyday items go under the microscope as we find out how honey, fibre optics and bricks are made.
14:53
How It's Made
Carpets/Drinking Water/Acoustic Guitars. More everyday items go under the microscope as we find out how carpets, drinking water and acoustic guitars are made.
15:15
Weird or What?
A housewife believes a psychic vision helped her solve a case, a man remembers every moment of his life with pinpoint accuracy, and a healer claims to cure diseases with prayer.
16:00
Weird or What?
How did a skydiver survive a 3,500m fall onto tarmac when her parachute failed? Plus, in New York a man is vaporised as he lies in bed; can humans spontaneously combust?
16:45
Hunt for a Super Comet
A snapshot of the hopes that Comet ISON could have been the brightest comet to ever be observed from Earth. Featuring expert analysis from leading astronomers and scientists.
17:30
Mythbusters
Flying Guillotine. Special effects experts Adam and Jamie stop at nothing to find the truth. Using modern day science, they test myths and urban legends to determine what’s busted, and what's not.

Kello 18:00

18:15
How Do They Do It?
Tennessee Whisky/Nightvision/Saunas. How do they make traditional Tennessee whiskey, how do they make equipment to allow people to see in the dark, and how do the Finns relax in a 160-degree sauna?
18:38
How Do They Do It?
Vanilla/Anchors. How do they make the world’s favourite ice cream flavour and how do they build the world’s largest anchors for the world’s biggest ships?
19:00
Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman
Is Gravity an Illusion?. Gravity is a great unsolved mystery of the universe. Why do all objects that have mass pull on one another? Cutting-edge theories are proposing new answers.
19:45
Food Factory
Smoking Salmon. The team visits a smokehouse to discover how fresh salmon is turned into an epicurean delicacy. Later they see how authentic ready-made ravioli is created.
20:08
Food Factory
Sweet as Sugar. The show discovers how sugar is produced, from the plant to the plate, and later gets wrapped up in the production of tortillas.
20:30
Alien Mysteries
The Reed Family. Driving along a dark road on the outskirts of Indianapolis, the last thing bounty hunter Matthew Reed remembers is chasing a strange orange light before stalling.

Kello 21:00

21:15
Ten Ways
Ten Ways to Meet a Monster. 'Ten Ways' is the twilight zone of factual programmes. Each show covers another area on the margins of our understanding, where science flirts dangerously with fiction.
22:00
Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman
Is Gravity an Illusion?. Gravity is a great unsolved mystery of the universe. Why do all objects that have mass pull on one another? Cutting-edge theories are proposing new answers.
22:45
How Do They Do It?
Vanilla/Anchors. How do they make the world’s favourite ice cream flavour and how do they build the world’s largest anchors for the world’s biggest ships?
23:08
How Do They Do It?
How do they craft footballs for the National Football League? How do they farm mussels, and how do they design the ultimate fighter pilot's helmet?
23:30
Alien Mysteries
The Reed Family. Driving along a dark road on the outskirts of Indianapolis, the last thing bounty hunter Matthew Reed remembers is chasing a strange orange light before stalling.

Kello 24:00

00:15
Ten Ways
Ten Ways to Meet a Monster. 'Ten Ways' is the twilight zone of factual programmes. Each show covers another area on the margins of our understanding, where science flirts dangerously with fiction.
01:00
How It's Made
Carpets/Drinking Water/Acoustic Guitars. More everyday items go under the microscope as we find out how carpets, drinking water and acoustic guitars are made.
01:23
How It's Made
Tumble Dryers/Bubblegum/Fireworks. Tumble dryers, bubblegum and fireworks – where did they come from and how are they made? We meet the designers and craftsmen to find out.
01:45
Mythbusters
Flying Guillotine. Special effects experts Adam and Jamie stop at nothing to find the truth. Using modern day science, they test myths and urban legends to determine what’s busted, and what's not.
02:30
Food Factory
Smoking Salmon. The team visits a smokehouse to discover how fresh salmon is turned into an epicurean delicacy. Later they see how authentic ready-made ravioli is created.
02:53
Food Factory
Sweet as Sugar. The show discovers how sugar is produced, from the plant to the plate, and later gets wrapped up in the production of tortillas.
03:15
Alien Mysteries
The Reed Family. Driving along a dark road on the outskirts of Indianapolis, the last thing bounty hunter Matthew Reed remembers is chasing a strange orange light before stalling.
04:00
Ten Ways
Ten Ways to Meet a Monster. 'Ten Ways' is the twilight zone of factual programmes. Each show covers another area on the margins of our understanding, where science flirts dangerously with fiction.
04:45
Mythbusters
Flying Guillotine. Special effects experts Adam and Jamie stop at nothing to find the truth. Using modern day science, they test myths and urban legends to determine what’s busted, and what's not.