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How It's Made


More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how they are made, including magnets, cooked ham, silver-plated teapots and crash test dummies. S10, Ep1
20191012030000 +0100 to 20191012032500 +0100

How It's Made


More everyday items are put under the microscope as we discover how they are made, including curling stones, refrigerators, aluminium baseball bats and opalescent glass. S10, Ep2
20191012032500 +0100 to 20191012035000 +0100

How the Universe Works


War On Asteroids. Once thought to be an inevitable disaster, scientists now have the technology to prevent asteroids from hitting the Earth. How are they working to do this? S6, Ep7
20191012035000 +0100 to 20191012044000 +0100

NASA's Unexplained Files


Pluto Under Pressure. Lost tapes reveal Apollo astronauts hear unexplained transmissions on the moon, and a strange object in Earth's orbit starts stalking Russian spacecraft. S3, Ep1
20191012044000 +0100 to 20191012053000 +0100

How Do They Do It?


How do they collect the trash in road-free Venice? How do they make Australia's famous sheepskin boots? And, how do they turn pond algae into a health supplement? S11, Ep7
20191012053000 +0100 to 20191012060000 +0100

Food Factory


Winter. We celebrate the winter holidays with treats for everyone: organic panettone with a 20 year old starter and delicious Lady Fortune's hand-crafted Christmas cake pops. S6, Ep6
20191012060000 +0100 to 20191012063000 +0100

Food Factory


Thanksgiving. We celebrate Thanksgiving with four holiday favourites: Pepperidge Farms' stuffing, delicious pumpkin pie, crispy marshmallow treats, and cranberry sauce. S6, Ep7
20191012063000 +0100 to 20191012070000 +0100

How It's Made


How are copper pipe fittings, cylinder music boxes, pepper mills and steering columns made? Find out as more items go under the microscope. S13, Ep5
20191012070000 +0100 to 20191012073000 +0100

How It's Made


How are gears, leather watchbands, Vitrelle dishes and kitchen scissors made? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope. S13, Ep6
20191012073000 +0100 to 20191012080000 +0100

How It's Made


How are pressure cookers, motorised singing birds, oceanographic buoys and tank trailers made? Find out as more items go under the microscope. S13, Ep7
20191012080000 +0100 to 20191012083000 +0100

How It's Made


How are aluminium boats, alpine horns and luxury watches made? Find out as more everyday items go under the microscope. S13, Ep8
20191012083000 +0100 to 20191012090000 +0100

How It's Made


How are all-terrain vehicles, alpine skis, laser cutters and marble statues made? Find out as more items go under the microscope. S13, Ep9
20191012090000 +0100 to 20191012093000 +0100

How It's Made


How are socket sets, leather shoes and bike chains made? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope. S13, Ep10
20191012093000 +0100 to 20191012100000 +0100

How It's Made


How are carved wood sculptures, arc trainers, used-oil furnaces and fountain pens made? Find out as more items go under the microscope. S13, Ep11
20191012100000 +0100 to 20191012103000 +0100

How It's Made


How are lift trucks, olive oil, seamless rolled rings and ski boots made? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope. S13, Ep12
20191012103000 +0100 to 20191012110000 +0100

How It's Made


How are energy efficient water heaters, professional cookware and Ferrari engines made? Find out as more items go under the microscope. S13, Ep13
20191012110000 +0100 to 20191012113000 +0100

How It's Made


Follow the amazing manufacturing processes behind kelp caviar, luxury sailboats, dental crowns and high-performance engines. S15, Ep1
20191012113000 +0100 to 20191012120000 +0100

How the Universe Works


Secret History of the Moon. The origin of the Moon is a great planetary mystery in itself, but what lies beneath its surface could hold the key to future space travel. S4, Ep7
20191012120000 +0100 to 20191012130000 +0100

NASA's Unexplained Files


The Moon's Strange Secret. The last humans to walk on the Moon discovered something strange on the lunar surface. Plus, a NASA scientist investigates a strange phenomenon. S3, Ep15
20191012130000 +0100 to 20191012140000 +0100

NASA's Unexplained Files


Saturn's Death Star. A NASA spacecraft suffers a malfunction in orbit - can its lone astronaut make it back to Earth? Plus, new evidence emerges over Yuri Gagarin's mysterious death. S3, Ep16
20191012140000 +0100 to 20191012150000 +0100

NASA's Unexplained Files


When astronaut Leroy Chao's high-risk spacewalk is interrupted by bright lights flying past, it sparks a major investigation. Could alien life forms be to blame? S1, Ep1
20191012150000 +0100 to 20191012160000 +0100

NASA's Unexplained Files


Alien Death Ray. The Viking Lander may have found life on Mars. Meanwhile, how can a starship be spotted in the Aurora Borealis? And what exactly are NASA's mysterious Moon Pigeons? S1, Ep2
20191012160000 +0100 to 20191012170000 +0100

NASA's Unexplained Files


Black Knight Rises. The Hubble Telescope spots thousands of unknown objects travelling faster than light. Are we being watched? Or could we ourselves be aliens from another world? S1, Ep3
20191012170000 +0100 to 20191012180000 +0100

NASA's Unexplained Files


Interstellar Gold Rush. A planet shows evidence of an Earth-like atmosphere, while a mysterious glowing light suggests the impossible: an atmosphere on the Moon. S1, Ep4
20191012180000 +0100 to 20191012190000 +0100

How Do They Do It?


How are millions of parcels delivered around the world every day? How do they make cricket bats that can hit a ball at 150kmph? And what are the secrets of the Tokyo fish market? S8, Ep17
20191012190000 +0100 to 20191012193000 +0100

How Do They Do It?


How do they build powerboats that can go faster than sports cars? How do they produce Swiss watches? And how do they create wallpaper fit for palaces and parliaments? S8, Ep18
20191012193000 +0100 to 20191012200000 +0100

Megastorm: World's Biggest Typhoon


A detailed analysis of the worst cyclone in history, which struck the Philippines in November 2013. Featuring human stories, exclusive footage and the science behind the disaster.
20191012200000 +0100 to 20191012210000 +0100

Dark Matters: Twisted But True


Resurrection Row. Louis Pasteur believed he found a rabies vaccine, but to prove it he had to lie and risk the life of a child - John Noble recounts this moment in medical history. S2, Ep3
20191012210000 +0100 to 20191012220000 +0100

Curiosity: How Will the World End?


How Will The World End? Just how likely is a global apocalypse? Samuel L. Jackson explores the likelihood from a scientific point of view; when will it happen, if at all? Where? And how?
20191012220000 +0100 to 20191012230000 +0100

Ghost Asylum


Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary. Back in Tennessee, the boys investigate a legendarily brutal prison every southerner feared - the Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary. S2, Ep15
20191012230000 +0100 to 20191013000000 +0100

Ghost Asylum


Old Crow Distillery. The TWC is called in to investigate famous, forgotten Old Crow Distillery. Reports of paranormal activity on the grounds have called for drastic measures. S2, Ep16
20191013000000 +0100 to 20191013010000 +0100

Ghost Asylum


Peoria State Hospital. The Tennessee Wraith Chasers explore the Peoria State Hospital, where over 10,000 people died, and race to reach the spirits before the building is demolished. S3, Ep1
20191013010000 +0100 to 20191013020000 +0100

Ghost Asylum


U.S.S. Edson. The TWC board the USS Edson, a haunted battleship that served in the Vietnam War. Their goal is to free the spirits trapped aboard - including a disturbed poltergeist. S3, Ep2
20191013020000 +0100 to 20191013030000 +0100