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Home Factory
It Takes Two to Mango. How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce towels, soap bars and metal pans.
Home Factory
Oodles of Doodles. How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce wallpaper, smoothie makers, and notebooks.
How Do They Do It?
Episode 15. How is a 700-year-old tree made into a two tonne Japanese drum? How can a factory produce thousands of cars and stay green? And how do Italians make great tasting pasta?
Food Factory USA
I Got the Magic Stick. Chocolate-covered cheesecake sticks, a cheddar wheel weighing 5,000 pounds, and a bakery that makes 30,000 pounds of blondies are featured.
Smash Lab
Earthquake Proof House. The 'Smash Lab' team tries to make a house that can withstand earthquakes, using cutting-edge technology borrowed from the aircraft industry - and an artificial earthquake machine.
How Do They Do It?
Episode 20. Find out how they make military helicopters, how they design metro systems and how they engineer artificial reefs.
Food Factory USA
Peter Piper Picked a Peck.... Head to North Carolina, home of a picklicious plant that produces pickled pepperoncini peppers. Plus, uncover the secret blend of New Yorker Bagels.
Food Factory USA
Mastical Magic. Visit Big League Chew, Baltimore's historic horseradish, and a cupcake factory that was put in the spotlight following a national security incident.
Food Factory USA
Awesome Sauce. Production secrets behind a million cups of applesauce annually, ultra-creamy fudge at America's longest-running family candy maker, and a billion crispy onion rings.
Food Factory USA
Dollars to Donuts. Spotlighting a bakery that makes 28 donuts per second, factory employees who make pepperoni by hand, and a chocolaty multigrain snack.
Food Factory USA
I Got the Magic Stick. Chocolate-covered cheesecake sticks, a cheddar wheel weighing 5,000 pounds, and a bakery that makes 30,000 pounds of blondies are featured.
How Do They Do It?
Episode 11. How do they keep the cars of Daytona on track for 24 hours of high speed racing, and how do they turn the sweetest sugar cane into world-renowned Caribbean rum? Find out.
How Do They Do It?
Episode 12. How do they farm sturgeon for precious caviar? How do they mould centuries of history into the finest Japanese porcelain? And how do they make world-class football boots?
How Do They Do It?
Episode 13. How do they find and defuse thousands of World War II landmines? How do they make crisp tasting cider? And how do they clear undergrowth with just a thin strip of nylon wire?
How Do They Do It?
Episode 14. How do they set up a 1700 seat circus tent in just 36 hours, and how do they turn Japanese maple and mahogany into the coolest instruments on earth - electric guitars?
How Do They Do It?
Episode 15. How is a 700-year-old tree made into a two tonne Japanese drum? How can a factory produce thousands of cars and stay green? And how do Italians make great tasting pasta?
NASA's Unexplained Files
Episode 5. Could spaceships really be powered by atomic bombs? Plus, why was Neil Armstrong's transmission feed cut off when he spotted strange lights on the Moon?
NASA's Unexplained Files
Episode 6. Test pilot Gordon Cooper is preparing to test a radical new landing system in a lakebed when two UFO's appear. Also, the mystery of Saturn's mega-hex.
NASA's Unexplained Files
Life in Hell. A UFO crashes in Pennsylvania. Was it a secret Soviet satellite, or something far more dangerous? On Mercury, NASA finds the impossible: frozen water.
NASA's Unexplained Files
Top Secret Terror. Images of Mercury reveal massive spider-like formations on its surface. Is it an odd geological formation - or something much more ominous?
The Unexplained Files
Human Combustion & Carlos de los Santos. Explore the case of a man who seemingly spontaneously combusted. Later, explore an unsolved UFO sighting in Mexico.
Building the Biggest
Diamond Hunters. This episode examines one of the most lucrative pieces of real estate in the world, thanks to the ongoing Canadian diamond rush.
Building the Biggest
Underground Singapore. Following Singapore's new circle line, which is costing $6.7 billion to build. When complete, it will be the longest driverless railway system.
Home Factory
Flaming Flamingos. How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce plastic pink flamingos and tea lights.
Home Factory
Keep Calm and Crayon. How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce crayons and bicycles.
Home Factory
Get Quacking. How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce rubber ducks and ship's clocks.
Home Factory
It's Hip to Knit. How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce hair gel, puzzles, and flags.
Home Factory
It Takes Two to Mango. How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce towels, soap bars and metal pans.
Home Factory
Oodles of Doodles. How are everyday household favourites made? A peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce wallpaper, smoothie makers, and notebooks.
Invent It Rich
Heat Is On. Brook and Brian help Marc vet four new products, including a motorised roller skates users can strap to their shoes and a 360-degree infrared surveillance device.
Outrageous Acts of Psych
Naughty by Nature. Check out the hilarious psychology behind strangers lying to save a man's marriage, a taste test gone terribly wrong, and an outrageous VIP laundromat experience.
Outrageous Acts of Psych
Very Important Sheeple. Find out what happens when people are scared into fight or flight, offered unusual VIP services, and when their personal space is invaded.
The Big Brain Theory
The Next Great Innovator. The competition begins in the opener of this series, in which design engineers vie to create the most innovative solution to a technological challenge.
How It's Made
Laptops, Panettone. More everyday items go under the microscope, revealing their unique production processes. How are objects including saxophones made?
How It's Made
Nuno Felt, Drum Crushers. More everyday items go under the microscope. How are objects including kimchi and traditional parquet floors made?
How the Universe Works
Edge of the Solar System. Giant magnetic bubbles millions of miles wide, bizarre invisible matter, and a death star tearing through bands of icy comets- all in our cosmic backyard.
Smash Lab
Crash Absorbing Concrete. Can the Smash Lab team use the latest aviation breakthrough to prevent a car or bus crossing the meridian and smashing into oncoming traffic?
Smash Lab
Blast Proof Building. Designers and engineers face an almost impossible challenge - to use truck bed liner paint to protect an entire building from a massive explosion.
Smash Lab
Hurricane Proof House. The Smash Lab team tests a special type of carbon fibre used to reinforce tunnels, seeing whether it can protect a home from destructive hurricanes.
Smash Lab
Bomb-Proof Plane. The team takes on its biggest challenge yet: to repurpose a new material called Blastwrap, a mineral-filled membrane designed to soak up the energy from a bomb.
Smash Lab
Earthquake Proof House. The 'Smash Lab' team tries to make a house that can withstand earthquakes, using cutting-edge technology borrowed from the aircraft industry - and an artificial earthquake machine.
How Do They Do It?
Episode 11. How do they keep the cars of Daytona on track for 24 hours of high speed racing, and how do they turn the sweetest sugar cane into world-renowned Caribbean rum? Find out.