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Discovery Science Keskiviikko 4.3.

04:12
Game Changers
Inspired by wildlife attacks, a California-based cameraman has invented a wearable self-defence glove. Now it's getting attention from law enforcement agencies and the military.
04:36
Brave New World
Health. The experts examine how scientists are fighting for our survival, battling the world's big killer diseases from the jungles of Cameroon to the quads of Oxford.
05:24
Weird Connections
Swimming in Syrup. Discover how experiments carried out by chemical engineer Ed Cussler could lead to miniature robot surgeons that can perform operations inside human patients.
05:48
How Tech Works
Inventor Chris Garner presents his MSV Explorer prototype Amphibian. Plus, we have a look at a humanoid firefighting robot and an exoskeleton used by paraplegic army veterans.

Kello 6:00

06:12
Food Factory
Chip Off the Old Block. Look behind the scenes to see how some of our most beloved products are made. Along the way, marvel at sophisticated manufacturing techniques and the science behind food.
06:36
How Do They Do It?
How do they turn the trash from the world's biggest St Patrick's Day Parade into power, transform a luxury limo into a racing car, and craft the ultimate supersteel sword?
07:00
Weird Connections
Swimming in Syrup. Discover how experiments carried out by chemical engineer Ed Cussler could lead to miniature robot surgeons that can perform operations inside human patients.
07:25
How Tech Works
Inventor Chris Garner presents his MSV Explorer prototype Amphibian. Plus, we have a look at a humanoid firefighting robot and an exoskeleton used by paraplegic army veterans.
07:50
Man-Made Marvels China
World's Fastest Railway. The Shanghai to Beijing line is set to be a record breaker; the longest high-speed railway in the world carrying the fastest trains. There is no guarantee they will succeed.
08:40
Food Factory
Chip Off the Old Block. Look behind the scenes to see how some of our most beloved products are made. Along the way, marvel at sophisticated manufacturing techniques and the science behind food.
09:05
How It's Made
Dinnerware/Air Brake Tanks/Frosted Cereal. Bumpers, candy canes, lighting gels and steam powered models are among the everyday items put under the microscope.
09:30
Game Changers
A Californian inventor has created a sight system that utilises a camera and eyepiece, allowing soldiers to fire around corners while keeping themselves out of the line of fire.
09:55
Game Changers
Inspired by wildlife attacks, a California-based cameraman has invented a wearable self-defence glove. Now it's getting attention from law enforcement agencies and the military.
10:20
Brave New World
Health. The experts examine how scientists are fighting for our survival, battling the world's big killer diseases from the jungles of Cameroon to the quads of Oxford.
11:10
How Do They Do It?
How do they turn the trash from the world's biggest St Patrick's Day Parade into power, transform a luxury limo into a racing car, and craft the ultimate supersteel sword?
11:35
How Do They Do It?
How do they make the world's most famous hat, and does it really hold ten gallons? Plus, how do they repair cables on the sea floor and feed 100,000 aeroplane passengers a day?

Kello 12:00

12:00
Weird Connections
Monkey Genius. At the Primate Research Institute in Japan, chimpanzees compete against humans on a computer game devised by Professor Matsuzawa. Could his research uncover hidden human potential?
12:25
How Tech Works
We have a look at a series of wind tunnel experiments that cracked the secret of prehistoric flight. Plus, what is the science behind Simon Beck’s geometric snow art?
12:50
X-Machines
Blade, Mammoth, Slashbuster. A helicopter saves a Colorado town, a team of engineers harnesses the world's biggest mobile cranes and loggers fight to save Louisiana's Gulf Coast.
13:40
Food Factory
Chip Off the Old Block. Look behind the scenes to see how some of our most beloved products are made. Along the way, marvel at sophisticated manufacturing techniques and the science behind food.
14:05
How It's Made
Dinnerware/Air Brake Tanks/Frosted Cereal. Bumpers, candy canes, lighting gels and steam powered models are among the everyday items put under the microscope.
14:30
Game Changers
A Californian inventor has created a sight system that utilises a camera and eyepiece, allowing soldiers to fire around corners while keeping themselves out of the line of fire.
14:55
Game Changers
Inspired by wildlife attacks, a California-based cameraman has invented a wearable self-defence glove. Now it's getting attention from law enforcement agencies and the military.
15:20
Brave New World
Health. The experts examine how scientists are fighting for our survival, battling the world's big killer diseases from the jungles of Cameroon to the quads of Oxford.
16:10
How Do They Do It?
How do they turn the trash from the world's biggest St Patrick's Day Parade into power, transform a luxury limo into a racing car, and craft the ultimate supersteel sword?
16:35
How Do They Do It?
How do they make the world's most famous hat, and does it really hold ten gallons? Plus, how do they repair cables on the sea floor and feed 100,000 aeroplane passengers a day?
17:00
Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman
Does Time Really Exist?. Time is a defining feature of the known universe – but does it even exist? Some of the world’s top physicists challenge a fundamental understanding of reality.
17:50
How It's Made
Dinnerware/Air Brake Tanks/Frosted Cereal. Bumpers, candy canes, lighting gels and steam powered models are among the everyday items put under the microscope.

Kello 18:00

18:15
How It's Made
Clay/Pitted Prunes/Spurs. Discover how everyday items such as umbrellas, silver cutlery, tape measures and outboard motors are made.
18:40
Food Factory
Where You Bean?. Look behind the scenes to see how some of our most beloved products are made. Along the way, marvel at sophisticated manufacturing techniques and the science behind food.
19:05
Food Factory
The House That Santa Built. Look behind the scenes to see how some of our most beloved products are made. Along the way, marvel at sophisticated manufacturing techniques and the science behind food.
19:30
How We Invented the World
Skyscrapers. Skyscrapers are symbols of wealth and ambition. How did a bird in a cage, a city in flames and a chance question from a college student influence their innovation?
20:20
Brave New World
Technology. The experts explore how 21st-century technology is shaping our future by changing the way we live, the way we communicate and our perception of the universe.

Kello 21:00

21:10
How Do They Do It?
How do they make the world's most famous hat, and does it really hold ten gallons? Plus, how do they repair cables on the sea floor and feed 100,000 aeroplane passengers a day?
21:35
How Do They Do It?
How do they stop planes icing up, use clay to keep glossy magazines looking sharp, and make a 200km-per-hour electric car?
22:00
How We Invented the World
Skyscrapers. Skyscrapers are symbols of wealth and ambition. How did a bird in a cage, a city in flames and a chance question from a college student influence their innovation?
22:50
Brave New World
Technology. The experts explore how 21st-century technology is shaping our future by changing the way we live, the way we communicate and our perception of the universe.
23:40
How It's Made
Clay/Pitted Prunes/Spurs. Discover how everyday items such as umbrellas, silver cutlery, tape measures and outboard motors are made.

Kello 24:00

00:05
How It's Made
Tasers/Canned Soup/Diving Boards. Scalpels, oil paints, British police helmets and ice axes are some of the everyday items under close scrutiny in this episode.
00:30
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.
01:20
Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman
Does Time Really Exist?. Time is a defining feature of the known universe – but does it even exist? Some of the world’s top physicists challenge a fundamental understanding of reality.
02:10
How Do They Do It?
How do they make the world's most famous hat, and does it really hold ten gallons? Plus, how do they repair cables on the sea floor and feed 100,000 aeroplane passengers a day?
02:35
How Do They Do It?
How do they stop planes icing up, use clay to keep glossy magazines looking sharp, and make a 200km-per-hour electric car?
03:00
Food Factory
Where You Bean?. Look behind the scenes to see how some of our most beloved products are made. Along the way, marvel at sophisticated manufacturing techniques and the science behind food.
03:24
Food Factory
The House That Santa Built. Look behind the scenes to see how some of our most beloved products are made. Along the way, marvel at sophisticated manufacturing techniques and the science behind food.
03:48
How We Invented the World
Skyscrapers. Skyscrapers are symbols of wealth and ambition. How did a bird in a cage, a city in flames and a chance question from a college student influence their innovation?
04:36
Brave New World
Technology. The experts explore how 21st-century technology is shaping our future by changing the way we live, the way we communicate and our perception of the universe.