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Schedules

Schedules

E.g., 11/22/2017
Nov 22 Wednesday
  • 00:35
    Snack Food Tech
    Visit Utz Quality Foods in Pennsylvania, that produces more than one million pounds of chips per week. Next, focus on the candy manufacturer, Masterfoods USA, which makes Snickers, Mars, and M&Ms.
  • 01:30
    Selfie Made Man
    This episode features the world's first 'selfie stick' known as the Quik Pod, a piece of exercise equipment known as the BOSU Ball, and one of the most successful construction toys called K'NEX.
  • 02:25
    Man In The Iron Death Mask
    Dale meets a man who thinks he has an ancient Egyptian scarab stone inscribed with a secret message, while Lily and Leonard crack the case of a mysterious object found near the Oregon Trail.
  • 03:25
    Rubber Band Man
    Daniel meets Tim Friede, a human guinea pig who has allowed some of the world's deadliest snakes to bite him; he interacts with Garry Turner, who has the world's stretchiest skin.
  • 04:20
    Musical Memorabilia II
    Trace musical mementos such as Liberace's rhinestone piano, Charlie Parker's plastic sax, Beethoven's innovative hearing aides, and Elvis's unwanted birthday present, his guitar.
  • 04:50
    Fire Truck
    Fire fighting has come a long way since the bucket brigade. To answer your burning questions about fire trucks, John is slicing up the loudest sirens and the strongest water pumps.
  • 05:15
    Presidential Assassins
    Over the last century there have been four successful presidential assassinations and a multitude of failed attempts. But do we know the real story behind these assassination plots?
  • 06:10
    Killer Shockwaves
    The Underwater Universe generates 3 types of deadly waves: Rogue, Monster and Tsunami. We will progress from bigger to bigger waves and explore how these killers are born and what makes each unique.
  • 07:10
    Snack Food Tech
    Visit Utz Quality Foods in Pennsylvania, that produces more than one million pounds of chips per week. Next, focus on the candy manufacturer, Masterfoods USA, which makes Snickers, Mars, and M&Ms.
  • 08:05
    Rubber Band Man
    Daniel meets Tim Friede, a human guinea pig who has allowed some of the world's deadliest snakes to bite him; he interacts with Garry Turner, who has the world's stretchiest skin.
  • 09:00
    Man In The Iron Death Mask
    Dale meets a man who thinks he has an ancient Egyptian scarab stone inscribed with a secret message, while Lily and Leonard crack the case of a mysterious object found near the Oregon Trail.
  • 09:55
    Larry Is An Astronaut
    Larry explores America's astronaut culture at NASA's Johnson Space Center. He uncovers the wet and wild world of the Wisconsin Dells and how the Midwestern town became the water park capital of the world.
  • 10:50
    All Tied Up
    This episode features three amazing stories: Ryan Grepper who invented the ultimate cooler, Dan Martinson who created the Gear Ties, and David Hon who designed a folding bicycle.
  • 11:45
    Killer Shockwaves
    The Underwater Universe generates 3 types of deadly waves: Rogue, Monster and Tsunami. We will progress from bigger to bigger waves and explore how these killers are born and what makes each unique.
  • 12:40
    Snack Food Tech
    Visit Utz Quality Foods in Pennsylvania, that produces more than one million pounds of chips per week. Next, focus on the candy manufacturer, Masterfoods USA, which makes Snickers, Mars, and M&Ms.
  • 13:35
    Rubber Band Man
    Daniel meets Tim Friede, a human guinea pig who has allowed some of the world's deadliest snakes to bite him; he interacts with Garry Turner, who has the world's stretchiest skin.
  • 14:30
    Musical Memorabilia II
    Trace musical mementos such as Liberace's rhinestone piano, Charlie Parker's plastic sax, Beethoven's innovative hearing aides, and Elvis's unwanted birthday present, his guitar.
  • 15:00
    Fire Truck
    Fire fighting has come a long way since the bucket brigade. To answer your burning questions about fire trucks, John is slicing up the loudest sirens and the strongest water pumps.
  • 15:25
    Presidential Assassins
    Over the last century there have been four successful presidential assassinations and a multitude of failed attempts. But do we know the real story behind these assassination plots?
  • 16:20
    Larry Is An Astronaut
    Larry explores America's astronaut culture at NASA's Johnson Space Center. He uncovers the wet and wild world of the Wisconsin Dells and how the Midwestern town became the water park capital of the world.
  • 17:15
    Killer Shockwaves
    The Underwater Universe generates 3 types of deadly waves: Rogue, Monster and Tsunami. We will progress from bigger to bigger waves and explore how these killers are born and what makes each unique.
  • 18:10
    Iron Men
    Empires fall, but out of chaos, we discover iron which helps build a new world order. From the birth of democracy in Athens to the creation of the Bible in Babylon, people power reshapes Mankind.
  • 19:05
    Glue
    Glue's sticky trajectory spans human history and we'll cover it all from Neolithic cave dwellers who used animal glue to decorate ceremonial skulls to modern everyday glues and their uses.
  • 20:00
    Building A Modern World - Part 2
    America's captains of industry and 'Robber Barons' ruled in a largely unregulated 19th-century economic environment and wielded a lot of political power.
  • 20:55
    Innovators - Part 3
    Four corporate giants possessed the ability to cater their products to a massive consumer market and built huge empires based on their inspirations.
  • 21:50
    Ancient China: Masters Of The Wind And W
    The host demonstrates how the ancient Chinese paper and silk-making skills allowed them to make lighter than air objects and study their behaviour aloft.
  • 22:45
    Division
    Commerce and industry thrives across the new nation as early risks are now reaping rewards. But slavery in the South is an issue that would soon explode.
  • 23:40
    Iron Men
    Empires fall, but out of chaos, we discover iron which helps build a new world order. From the birth of democracy in Athens to the creation of the Bible in Babylon, people power reshapes Mankind.
Nov 22 Wednesday

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