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Discovery Science Maanantai 28.7.

15:10
Scrapheap Challenge
Mobile Mortars. Three teams have just four weeks to build machines capable of navigating rough terrain and firing at targets on the move. Who will complete the challenge?
16:00
Mega Builders
Raising the Roof: Rio Stadium. With a spectator capacity of 60,000, the new Rio stadium is smaller than some of Brazil's mega stadiums, but its design is unique, clever and state of the art.
16:50
James May's Man Lab
James May continues his quest to reskill the modern male. James attempts to prove the impossible: that an Englishman can take a penalty and score – in front of 20,000 Germans.
17:40
How the Earth Works
Asteroid Armageddon. Martin and Liz investigate a giant asteroid impact that may have wiped out the dinosaurs. Later, Martin experiences the power of a NASA supergun.

Kello 18:00

18:30
Plastic Fantastic Brain
Meet people with incredible 'plastic' brains that have adapted under extraordinary circumstances. Watch as groundbreaking neuroscience unlocks the secrets of their stories.
19:20
How Tech Works
How is a 3D camera unlocking the mysteries of the British landmark Stonehenge and exposing some extraordinary early graffiti in the process? Dr Singer finds out.
19:45
Test Case
Sports. Peter and Fedor are put through their paces by Olympic bobsleigher Eline Jurg. They also see how cyclist Lance Armstrong's race wear is tested.
20:10
Mythbusters
More Myths Revisited. In a return to the most controversial myths, the team try to separate truth from urban legend. Watch as they repeat past experiments - were their original answers genuine or bogus?

Kello 21:00

21:00
Build It Bigger: Rebuilding Greensburg
John Deere Green. Danny Forster looks into the science behind eco-friendly buildings, focusing on the town of Greensburg, which was rebuilt as a 'green' town after it was destroyed by a tornado.
21:50
Human Body: Ultimate Machine
Sensation. Examining the nervous system as it carries information round the body at over 320km per hour, allowing us to control pain, react to danger and co-ordinate all our movements.
22:40
Prophets of Science Fiction
Jules Verne. What does it take to put a man on the moon - in the 19th century? Visionary Jules Verne predicted the wonders of the future and even now science races to keep up with his ideas.
23:30
Stephen Hawking's Grand Design
Did God Create the Universe?. Are the earliest moments of existence a question for science or religion? The world's most famous living scientist takes on the ultimate question: who or what created the universe?

Kello 24:00

00:20
How Tech Works
How is a 3D camera unlocking the mysteries of the British landmark Stonehenge and exposing some extraordinary early graffiti in the process? Dr Singer finds out.
00:45
Test Case
Sports. Peter and Fedor are put through their paces by Olympic bobsleigher Eline Jurg. They also see how cyclist Lance Armstrong's race wear is tested.
01:10
Build It Bigger: Rebuilding Greensburg
John Deere Green. Danny Forster looks into the science behind eco-friendly buildings, focusing on the town of Greensburg, which was rebuilt as a 'green' town after it was destroyed by a tornado.
02:00
Human Body: Ultimate Machine
Sensation. Examining the nervous system as it carries information round the body at over 320km per hour, allowing us to control pain, react to danger and co-ordinate all our movements.
02:45
Mythbusters
More Myths Revisited. In a return to the most controversial myths, the team try to separate truth from urban legend. Watch as they repeat past experiments - were their original answers genuine or bogus?
03:35
Prophets of Science Fiction
Jules Verne. What does it take to put a man on the moon - in the 19th century? Visionary Jules Verne predicted the wonders of the future and even now science races to keep up with his ideas.
04:30
Stephen Hawking's Grand Design
Did God Create the Universe?. Are the earliest moments of existence a question for science or religion? The world's most famous living scientist takes on the ultimate question: who or what created the universe?