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Mine
Can the scientists detect radioactive rocks and flammable gases, as well as create a generator to power an electric lamp?
05:30
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Photograph
Can the scientists take and develop a photograph, and deliver it by hydrogen balloon?
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
05:00
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Can we generate power?
Can the scientists generate power and build a pharmacy, using only natural resources?
05:30
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What can we eat?
Can the scientists use their skills to put food on the table, as well as make soap and toothpaste?
DA VINCI Learning SOBOTA 23.2.
05:00
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Time and Transmitters
Can the scientists create a radio, clock, and kite using only natural resources?
05:30
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Feel the Heat
Can the scientists create a freezer, thermometer, and sunscreen, using only natural resources?
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 24.2.
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Gold Rush
Can the scientists collect gold from a river, build a metal detector, and construct a super-accurate balance?
05:30
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Shakers
Can the scientists build an automatic gold panning machine, make hand cream, and find evidence of earthquakes in the area?
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 25.2.
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Treasure Hunt
Can the scientists build a device for measuring altitude to assist in finding gold, and extract gold from rock or sand?
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The Big Smelt
Can the scientists smelt the gold and craft a souvenir from it, using only natural resources?
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DA VINCI Learning DNES
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Monster
Mily and Juliette spot a monster in the park. While running away, they realize they left their school bags behind … Should they go back?
06:05
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Believe in yourself
Mily has been appointed team leader of her basket ball team but wonders if she has what it takes to lead her team to victory.
06:15
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Mimar Sinan
Mati and Dada visit the enchanting Mihrimah Mosque in Istanbul and see with their own eyes how its colours change throughout the day.
06:20
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Vincent Van Gogh
A cloud drifts out of one of Vincent's paintings. Mati and Dada help to recreate it.
06:30
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Telephone
Explore the historical development of telephony and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
07:00
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Altered Views
You’ve probably played hide and seek. It's difficult to hide while in plain view. All it may take are a few tricks to alter our perception!
07:30
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Issun-boshi by Anonymous Author
Siesta dreams of Issun-Boshi, a child the size of a thumb. She helps him to be brave. On their travels they meet a princess and a monster.
07:40
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Moby Dick by Herman Melville
Siesta dreams helping Captain Ahab and his crew to find Moby Dick, the white whale, but Captain Ahabs obsession will lead them to trouble.
07:55
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The Wonders of the Whirlybird
In this episode Danni Washington explores how a very special insect continues to inspire helicopters.
08:25
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The Elephants of Mount Kenya
There is a nature preserve for 2,000 elephants around Mount Kenya. The animals destroy the harvest but are repeatedly killed by poachers.
08:35
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The Arctic: A Boy Becomes a Hunter
The Inuit in the north of Greenland still subsist by hunting seals and polar bears. However, fewer and fewer boys want to become hunters.
08:50
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Swimming with Elephants
Find out how to surround yourself in a cloud of butterflies with simple paints and pens. Then, dive into the pool with an African elephant.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
06:00
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Miss super justice
Lola is angry because Luke ate her share of the cake. Mily is determined to let justice rule and wonders: What constitutes justice?
06:05
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An unusual animal
Mily is attacked by a dog that just gave birth. She acted out of animal instinct and Mily wonders: Do humans have animal instincts as well?
06:15
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Jackson Pollock
Drip, drip - Mati and Dada action paint with Jackson Pollock! Before they know it, they end up inside a swirling action painting.
06:20
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Arcimboldo
Is it a grape, or is it an eye? The outlandish Arcimboldo dazzles Mati and Dada with his fantastic imaginative portrait head paintings.
06:30
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Who Can Drive the Wildest Wheels?
We start with crazy bicycles; take Sir Isaac Newton for a spin on the race track, and beat the speed record on a jet-powered skateboard.
07:00
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Auditory Illusions
The ranges of sound surrounding us are infinite. By learning new ways to hear – and listen – we open up an incredible new world!
07:30
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Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
Dr. Frankenstein creates a monster but becomes afraid of him and throws him out. Can Siesta stop the monster from seeking revenge?
07:40
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Dracula by Bram Stoker
Siesta dreams that Dracula, a vampire, falls in love. Siesta helps him to conquer Mina's heart and get rid of her boyfriend.
07:55
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Mastering the Mimicry
Join Danni Washington as she visits inspiring new biomimicry hubs such as the USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington D.C..
08:25
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Hannah and the Shetland Ponies
12-year-old Hannah wants to qualify for the UK's most important pony race. A big challenge because Shetland ponies are stubborn animals.
08:35
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The Blind Children of Tibet
In Tibet, blindness is considered as punishment for sins. Only blind Sabriye had the courage to take on educating the blind children.
08:50
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Bull in the Studio
The stonefish isn't only known for being ugly; it's also extremely deadly. Plus, a Charolais bull visits the studio, and nothing is safe.
DA VINCI Learning SOBOTA 23.2.
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Poor Mily
When Mily wants a new beach bag her mom tells her she doesn't need one. Mily joins a garage sale to be able to afford it herself.
06:05
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Pop Art
Mily needs to write about someone for school but suffers from writers block. She wonders: How can we portray someone with only words?
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Wassily Kandinsky
When Mati’s saxophone shoots out red floating musical blobs, she and Dada learn how music and colors are related.
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Diego Velasquez
Mati and Dada venture into Velasquez’s greatest painting, “Las Meninas”, to solve one of the great mysteries of the art world.
06:30
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Super Senses and Super Cameras
Nash celebrates his birthday by visiting the Defence Science Organisation and A*Star Research with Doc K. Then they build a super camera.
07:00
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What is Sound?
Exploring the science of sound as our host prepares to audition for the lead singer’s job with a rock band.
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Up Periscope & Odd Socks Rock
Lindsay makes a French dish. Christian makes hilarious hand puppets. Madi attracts birds to her garden, and Jameson makes a periscope.
08:00
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The Myth of Daedalus and Icarus by Anonymous Author
Siesta dreams that Daedalus, a famous inventor, is jealous of his nephew. He gets rid of him and runs away with his son Icarus and Siesta.
08:10
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Faust by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Siesta dreams of Goethe's Faust. She convinces Faust to make a pact with the devil to get youth, riches and love.The costs are very high.
08:30
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Successful Early Adapters
This episode examines the ancient evolutionary adaptations of the shark, the bee, the bichir, and the musk ox.
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 24.2.
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You can't do lt
Maceo makes fun of Mily because she's scared of spiders. Mily wonders if being courageous means never being scared and challenges Maceo.
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Jealousy
Since her brother Luc was the big star of the music festival, nobody notices Mily. Mily refuses to admit that she's jealous of her brother.
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Paolo Uccello
When Mati tries to draw a horse, she and Dada end up in a shadow animation adventure with a famous painting by Paolo Uccello.
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Georges Seurat
The post-impressionist painter Georges Seurat shows Mati and Dada how they can "paint" with their own eyes by optically blending colors.
06:30
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Weaving Webs With Spider Power
Doc K confronts her fear of spiders as she and Nash investigate the secrets behind spider powers. They create their own web shooters.
07:00
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How Do You Make Movie Magic?
Our hosts explore special effects - make up, sound effects, stunt school and pyrotechnics. They discover the secrets of fooling the camera.
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Underwater Streams & Hand Made Hands
Jameson makes underwater streams, Madi an egg hunt, and Christian hand made hands. Lindsay makes burritos before doing a mexican hat dance!
08:00
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We Can Be Comic Book Heroes
The photographers transform their friends into their favourite superheroes. Are their shots comic book-worthy enough to win the challenge?
08:30
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The Polar School of Nomad Children
600 nomad children await a helicopter to bring them to school away from their parents. This is the first time for 5-year-old Katja.
08:40
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The Rescue Dogs of Lake Garda
17-year-old Ester and her dog Mia are saving lives at Lake Garda. Newfoundland dogs use their weight to pull people out of the water.
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 25.2.
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A galaxy of emotions
Mily is upset that she isn't allowed to play an astronomist during a birthday performance. How will she deal with her emotions?
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Miss Questions VS Mr Brainy
When Luc claims to be more intelligent than Mily, Mily is determined to prove him wrong. She wonders: What does 'being smart' mean?
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Giotto
As they rescue a bird that has flown through time, Mati and Dada learn about the story of St. Francis.
06:20
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Andrea Mantegna
Mati and Dada trick a putto back into Andrea Mantegna's most realistic work of art.
06:30
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AI Computer Scientist
Mikaela goes to a computer lab. She discovers how computers learn and how facial recognition programmes work.
06:40
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High School Teacher
Mikaela meets Kate, a high school biology teacher. Mikaela teaches her first biology class and has fun being a teacher for a day.
07:00
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Everyday Illusions
Human vision is incomplete and our brains are filling in the blanks. We don’t always notice magical illustions but some we see every day.
07:30
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The Metamorphosis
Things are turned upside down when Siesta meets Gregor Samsa – a cockroach who is transforming into a human! His family aren’t happy.
07:40
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1001 Arabian Nights
With Siesta’s help, Scheherazade tells her husband King Sharyar stories. That prevents a deadly ending in the morning.
07:55
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Swimming with Sharks!
In this episode Danni swims with sharks. She explores how their skin is used to fight germs and how their senses can help build robots.
08:25
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Sumatra: A New Chance for the Orangutans
Today, about 6,000 orangutans live on Sumatra. Palm oil plantations are destroying their habitat, and many locals regard them as playthings.
08:35
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Cambodia: Soun and the Snakes
When the forests in Cambodia sink into water during rainy season, the fishermen leave their floating villages to catch water snakes.
08:50
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Bike-riding Owl
Who do you think would win a battle between a porcupine and a lion? It might surprise you, even as much as seeing an owl riding a bike.
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DA VINCI Learning DNES
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Pyramids
Hamza notices a pyramid of oranges at the grocery store. Their shape is sturdy but why doesn't the fruit on the bottom get squished.
09:30
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Pumpkin Drop
Phil demonstrates material science by smashing some eggs. He does a pumpkin experiment using polymers, foam and armour.
10:00
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Electricity
Kadir from Turkey built his own robot. To make it move, he turns a copper wire and a battery into a magnet and builds an electric motor.
10:10
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Levers and pulleys
Dutch Senna experiments with levers. She builds a secret drawer that can only be opened with a lever and cracks a walnut with a door.
10:30
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Operatic Muscles and Strawberry Milk
The doctors get the help of an opera singer to reveal the hidden muscle that makes you breathe. Dr. Xand uses DNA to hunt a milk thief.
11:00
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Light
Explore historical developments and modern-day lighting innovations that could change the future!
11:30
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The Odyssey by Homer
Siesta sails the seas with Odysseus to Ithaca, where Penelope awaits him. Siesta and Odysseus face all kinds of danger to arrive in time.
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David and Goliath Book of Samuel Old Testament
Siesta dreams of David, a young shepherd. The Philistines attack the Israelites.Only David and Siesta dare to confront the giant Goliath.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
09:05
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Cones
It’s Hamza’s birthday, and cones are the life of the party! Hamza realizes that a cone is like a spinning right triangle.
09:30
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Gravity Boat
Phil looks at opposing forces. He shows how to make a water and gravity-powered boat based on Newton's Third Law.
10:00
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Water
San Dar lives in a house on stilts in a lake in Myanmar. In this episode, she finds out how to win every water game she plays with friends!
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Gravity
Zoë is an acrobat who loves the aerial silks. In this episode, Zoë learns about gravity. Why does she fall? Can she fly to the stars?
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Preventing Dizziness
The doctors show what happens when you get diarrhoea. Dr. Xand gets his skates on and learns how to spin without getting dizzy.
11:00
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How Does Science Solve Crimes?
The hosts take a crash course in crime scene investigation - from the science of fingerprints to DNA. Who’s the best detective?
11:30
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Macbeth by William Shakespeare
When Siesta meets Macbeth, three witches predict he will become king. Siesta convinces Macbeth to kill King Duncan and keep his crown.
11:40
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Gulliver's Travels, a Travel to Lilliput by Jonathan Swift
Siesta and Gulliver are imprisoned by the dwarfs who live in Lilliput. They manage to get free, but the King has plans for them.
DA VINCI Learning SOBOTA 23.2.
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Forest Manager
Mikaela travels to meet Kerry, a forest programme manager. Kerry teaches her about seeds, soil sampling, and planting trees.
09:10
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Water Technician
Mikaela goes to a water treatment plant to meet Brandon, a city water technician. He shows her the technology they use to clean water.
09:30
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Supermarket Science
Steve Spangler goes to the supermarket for things you can use to create your own science magic.
10:00
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Tinfoil Boat
Phil figures out how to build his human-sized tinfoil boat wrong right. Plus, he gets into a tub full of the main ingredient in diapers.
10:30
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Everyday Illusions
Human vision is incomplete and our brains are filling in the blanks. We don’t always notice magical illustions but some we see every day.
11:00
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Domes
Why don't the huge domes on top of temples collapse? In this episode, Aung from Myanmar builds a bridge with noodles to find out.
11:10
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Friction
Dutch Britt is a talented speed skater. In this episode, she finds out how it's possible to take off on a surface that's so slippery.
11:25
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The Lumiere Brothers and the Dream-Maker Machine
Entire crowds would gather to witness the 'cinematograph'. But the disappearance of one of Baron's friends puts the show's future in doubt.
11:50
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Doll
Which came first, the doll or Homo sapiens? Which dolls were worshipped as idols? Do robotic toys signal the era of artificial intelligence?
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 24.2.
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Exhibit Developer
Mikaela meets Walter, an exhibit developer. His job is to create exhibits that help people learn science while having fun.
09:10
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Interior Designer
Mikaela visits a design agency and meets interior designer Meaghan. She learns about 3D technology and the tools of design.
09:30
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Spooky Science
Steve Spangler shows how every day can be a spooky day, with scarey tricks and magic effects all based on science.
10:00
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Sticky Science
Danni explores the many ways in which inventors have been inspired by nature, such as robots that can pick-up objects thanks to bugs.
10:30
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Memory
Thanks to our brain, we have access to past experiences that make up who we are – even in dreams! This creates our unique personalities.
11:00
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Electricity
Kadir from Turkey built his own robot. To make it move, he turns a copper wire and a battery into a magnet and builds an electric motor.
11:10
DOK
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Levers and pulleys
Dutch Senna experiments with levers. She builds a secret drawer that can only be opened with a lever and cracks a walnut with a door.
11:25
DOK
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How Does Science Solve Crimes?
The hosts take a crash course in crime scene investigation - from the science of fingerprints to DNA. Who’s the best detective?
11:50
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Chalk
What is sidewalk chalk? Why do chalk sticks rarely include the key component of chalk? What do cave paintings and frescoes have in common?
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 25.2.
09:05
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Tiling
Hamza likes to do crafts on cold 'indoor' days, and decides to replicate the patterns in his quilt with geometric shapes.
09:30
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Friction Slide
Phil shows how to do a simple friction experiment. Then he maxes it out with frogs, rice and two books stuck together.
10:00
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Sound
When Monk Thi Yain Da meditates, he often gets distracted by noise. In this episode, Thi Yain Da learns about the origins of sound.
10:10
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Mathematical shapes
Idil from Istanbul loves the mosque near her home. In this episode, she discovers that the beauty of it is directly related to mathematics.
10:30
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The Wrinkly Skin Bath
Dr. Chris and Dr. Xand try to find out why skin goes wrinkly in the bath. Dr. Chris meets a patient taking part in amazing heart research.
11:00
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AI Computer Scientist
Mikaela goes to a computer lab. She discovers how computers learn and how facial recognition programmes work.
11:10
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High School Teacher
Mikaela meets Kate, a high school biology teacher. Mikaela teaches her first biology class and has fun being a teacher for a day.
11:30
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The Myth of Daedalus and Icarus by Anonymous Author
Siesta dreams that Daedalus, a famous inventor, is jealous of his nephew. He gets rid of him and runs away with his son Icarus and Siesta.
11:40
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Faust by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Siesta dreams of Goethe's Faust. She convinces Faust to make a pact with the devil to get youth, riches and love.The costs are very high.
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Zebra Stripes
Do you know why zebra's have stripes? Here's a hint: they're not just decoration. Plus, do you think an electric eel could power your house?
12:15
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Lenses
Hamza is looking at and through lenses on his quest for a perfect pair of glasses. He wants to see Mars as well as microscopic stuff.
12:40
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Nucleation Fountain
Phil experiments with gas pressure using fizzy drinks, an air compressor and mints. Then he maxes it out with carbonation and a vacuum.
13:15
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Hannah and the Shetland Ponies
12-year-old Hannah wants to qualify for the UK's most important pony race. A big challenge because Shetland ponies are stubborn animals.
13:25
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The Blind Children of Tibet
In Tibet, blindness is considered as punishment for sins. Only blind Sabriye had the courage to take on educating the blind children.
13:40
DOK
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Designing Drones
Join Danni Washington as she explores aerial drones that can perch on walls, dive in and out of water, and communicate in swarms.
14:05
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The Wild Rides of Amusement Parks
The rides in amusement parks are always evolving. Discover the latest in water parks, tree climbing and rollercoasters.
14:35
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Napoleon and the Blue Blooded Blues
Napoleon plays chess, Victorians dress up and the New Emperor Statue is very versatile. Mary Queen of Scots sings the Blue Blooded Blues.
15:05
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Visual Perception
You’ll never know what is hiding behind or beneath the images you see. First impressions may last, but remember, they aren’t always right!
15:30
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Hypnotizing Chickens
The ever-dangerous crocodile comes for a visit, and we recreate the infamous death roll. Plus, we even try to hypnotize chickens.
15:50
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Tennis
With tips from guest pro Daniel and some scientific insight from Dr. Heather, there is no stopping Chloe on her way to tennis court.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
12:00
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Kangaroo Kick
Just how powerful is a kangaroo kick? Plus, we get up close and personal with the biggest predator we could find: the killer whale.
12:15
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Domes
Hamza has a special guest host - Benny, the Egg. Why is an egg so strong when squeezed, but smashable if dropped? Because it’s a dome!
12:40
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Rocket Car
Phil builds a balloon powered car. Plus, Newton’s Cradle out of bowling balls, how Guinea Pigs got their name and Newton’s 3rd Law.
13:15
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Sumatra: A New Chance for the Orangutans
Today, about 6,000 orangutans live on Sumatra. Palm oil plantations are destroying their habitat, and many locals regard them as playthings.
13:25
DOK
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Cambodia: Soun and the Snakes
When the forests in Cambodia sink into water during rainy season, the fishermen leave their floating villages to catch water snakes.
13:40
DOK
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Automated Animals
Join Danni Washington as she explores giant snake-like robots that are drawing attention to climate change.
14:05
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Incredible Talents Tested by Science
Amazing voice talents, object swallowers and street gymnasts: their abilities are put to the test by science.
14:35
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The Viking Universe and the Worst Job in England
A gorgeous Viking scientist talks about the universe, Nero has no shame and the Tudors had some horrible jobs.
15:05
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Visual Deceptions
Do you believe in ghosts? While they may be a result of how our brain and eyes respond, we have also learned tricks via science and art.
15:30
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Hatching Baby Sharks
That's really a shark hatching from the Mermaid's purse. Two adorable jaguar cubs visit the studio, and we take our first trip to America.
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Dressage
Nykeem meets up with Tai-Lee and her horse pal Gerald to explore the science behind dressage. Biomechanics is key, as Dr. Heather explains.
DA VINCI Learning SOBOTA 23.2.
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Flight
Mankind has been flying for over a century. So what will be the next quirky discovery for flight?
12:30
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Tossed Salad
Link has a bounty of crisp salad greens for a vinaigrette, and a creamy ranch dressing. But some greens have wilted. The culprit is the oil.
12:40
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Table Hockey and Football
What is the ideal table size for table hockey? What did the Spanish poet Alejandro Finistre do in hospital during the Spanish Civil War?
12:50
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Climbing Leopard Hides his Prey up a Tree
What exactly do leopards do up in the trees? We'll find out. Plus, hear the amazing story of a South African girl trapped by a deadly cobra.
13:15
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Renaissance Man and Shakespeare Raps
Renaissance Man is brilliant, Hannibal fights with snakes and business arrives in the Stone Age. William Shakespeare wars with words.
13:45
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Christopher Columbus and a Silly Trial
Christopher Columbus doesn't find India, King Henry II goes barefoot and Tsar Peter III puts a rat on trial.
14:15
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Evolving From the Neck Up
Some animals have evolved by adapting from the neck up. There's a reason why vultures are bald and why orangutans have floppy-cheeks.
14:45
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Archimedes Explosions
Dick and Dom reveal the genius of Archimedes, the ancient Greek mathematician and expert engineer. Then they try out their own genius idea.
15:15
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AI Computer Scientist
Mikaela goes to a computer lab. She discovers how computers learn and how facial recognition programmes work.
15:25
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High School Teacher
Mikaela meets Kate, a high school biology teacher. Mikaela teaches her first biology class and has fun being a teacher for a day.
15:35
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The Amazing World of the Liver
The doctors show how the liver works and Dr. Chris collects snot for an experiment. At the emergency room, someone has nose surgery.
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 24.2.
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Cooling
Cooling is more than a luxury. Nowadays it is a necessity. Discover the historical development of cooling machines here!
12:30
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Strawberry Shortcake
Link has buttermilk biscuits, and with a strawberry filling and whipped cream he’ll make strawberry shortcake! Chilled equipment is key.
12:40
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Rocking Horse
What do Genghis Khan, Alexander the Great and Napoleon have in common? How did the children of kings and emperors learn to ride a horse?
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Asian Black Bears
We meet two great black bears and see if they really are as cuddly as they look. And speaking of cuddly, we meet a snuggly hippopotamus.
13:15
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Napoleon and the Blue Blooded Blues
Napoleon plays chess, Victorians dress up and the New Emperor Statue is very versatile. Mary Queen of Scots sings the Blue Blooded Blues.
13:45
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The Viking Universe and the Worst Job in England
A gorgeous Viking scientist talks about the universe, Nero has no shame and the Tudors had some horrible jobs.
14:15
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The Roman Empire and the Singing Borgias
Julius Caesar gets a new hairdo and the Romans get an empire. The Borgias sing and the Greeks get wordy.
14:45
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Von Braun and Dolls in Space
Dick and Dom reveal the genius of rocket scientist Wernher von Braun. Then they try out their own genius idea using a huge helium balloon.
15:15
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Air Traffic Technologist
Mikaela meets Alyssa, an air traffic technologist. Her job is to support all the equipment that the air traffic controllers use.
15:25
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Tech Educator
Mikaela helps Tamar, a technology educator, teach young kids how to develop apps that help in their everyday lives.
15:35
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The Head Lice Vacumn Cleaner
The doctors find invisible ink inside our bodies, and Dr. Xand watches head lice being removed from someone's hair with a vacumn cleaner.
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 25.2.
12:00
DOK
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Killer Whale Check-up
We give a 6-tonne killer whale a healthy check-up, meet a tailless scorpion, then see just how powerful the incredible edible crab can be.
12:15
DOK
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Cubes
Hamza introduces one of his favorite shapes: the cube. A cube is sort of like a square but has a bigger personality!
12:40
DOK
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Elastic Energy
Phil starts with a Popsicle stick catapult. Plus, a maxed out paddle wheel boat and a re-enactment of how medieval catapults were used.
13:15
DOK
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An Unusual Extended Family
A priest has adopted children from far-flung corners of Russia. The sense of belonging is reinforced by singing in choir - at a prison.
13:25
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An Orphanage on an Arctic Expedition
Northern Greenland is home to the world’s northernmost orphanage. Ten youths will learn to survive so they can cope better with life.
13:40
DOK
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Mother Nature Tackles Sports
Danni discovers how Mother Nature is revamping some of her favorite activities - working out, diving, and going roller skating.
14:05
DOK
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Behind the Scenes With Hygiene Products
Discover the science of toilet paper and kitchen towel, soaps and shampoos, and diapers and hygiene products.
14:25
DOK
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Greece
The heroes go to the home of the Olympic Games: Greece. They dive into frozen lava and visit the valley of butterflies.
14:35
DOK
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The Roman Empire and the Singing Borgias
Julius Caesar gets a new hairdo and the Romans get an empire. The Borgias sing and the Greeks get wordy.
15:05
DOK
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Altered Views
You’ve probably played hide and seek. It's difficult to hide while in plain view. All it may take are a few tricks to alter our perception!
15:30
DOK
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Alligator in the Garden
What exactly is a raccoon dog? Plus, on our second trip to America, we discover an alligator comfortably living in a Miami man's garden.
15:50
DOK
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Table Tennis
A sibling duo are hoping to sharpen their table tennis game with help from a guest pro. Dr. Heather unpacks the science of muscle memory.
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16:00
DA VINCI Learning DNES
16:05
DOK
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Forest Manager
Mikaela travels to meet Kerry, a forest programme manager. Kerry teaches her about seeds, soil sampling, and planting trees.
16:15
DOK
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Water Technician
Mikaela goes to a water treatment plant to meet Brandon, a city water technician. He shows her the technology they use to clean water.
16:30
DOK
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Telephone
Explore the historical development of telephony and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
17:00
DOK
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Visual Perception
You’ll never know what is hiding behind or beneath the images you see. First impressions may last, but remember, they aren’t always right!
17:30
DOK
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The First Amazing Organs
The Doctors reveal the amazing organs that keep you alive before you’re born. Dr Xand meets patients being treated at a burns clinic.
18:00
DOK
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Curling
Dr. Heather knows who to call. Guest pro Abbie sends the stones spinning, and Emily learns that friction can be a friend out on the ice.
18:15
DOK
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Rust
Dylan from French Guyana lives in a house with a rusting roof. In this episode, he experiments with oxygen and metals to find out why.
18:25
DOK
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Mirrors
Sjanne from the Netherlands loves to dance in front of the mirror. In this episode, she learns everything there is to know about mirrors.
18:45
DOK
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Domes
Hamza has a special guest host - Benny, the Egg. Why is an egg so strong when squeezed, but smashable if dropped? Because it’s a dome!
19:10
DOK
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Rocket Car
Phil builds a balloon powered car. Plus, Newton’s Cradle out of bowling balls, how Guinea Pigs got their name and Newton’s 3rd Law.
19:40
DOK
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Swimming with Elephants
Find out how to surround yourself in a cloud of butterflies with simple paints and pens. Then, dive into the pool with an African elephant.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
16:05
DOK
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Exhibit Developer
Mikaela meets Walter, an exhibit developer. His job is to create exhibits that help people learn science while having fun.
16:15
DOK
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Interior Designer
Mikaela visits a design agency and meets interior designer Meaghan. She learns about 3D technology and the tools of design.
16:30
DOK
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Elastic Energy
Phil starts with a Popsicle stick catapult. Plus, a maxed out paddle wheel boat and a re-enactment of how medieval catapults were used.
16:50
DOK
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Kazakhstan
The protagonists go to the beautiful country Kazakhstan. They travel the Silk Road and unravel the mystery of the Akyrtas stone complex.
17:00
DOK
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Movement From Afar
Doc K and Nash try to master the invisible forces of the earth to help them move things without touching them.
17:30
DOK
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Revisiting the Cough - The Best Bits
In the last episode, the doctors look back at their favourite bits of the season - including the cough experiment and hearing operation.
18:00
DOK
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Volleyball
Guest pro Kira joins Megan to dig into the science of the float serve. Dr. Heather sheds some light on Isaac Newton’s Laws of Motion.
18:15
DOK
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Sun
To find out why summers In Sweden are so bright, 12-year-old Amanda creates her own sun clock and builds a gigantic flying sausage.
18:25
DOK
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Floating/Sinking
Eleven-year-old Jacob from Sweden wonders why ships don’t sink but a stone does. To find out, he does all kinds of fun tests.
18:45
DOK
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Cubes
Hamza introduces one of his favorite shapes: the cube. A cube is sort of like a square but has a bigger personality!
19:10
DOK
+
Elastic Energy
Phil starts with a Popsicle stick catapult. Plus, a maxed out paddle wheel boat and a re-enactment of how medieval catapults were used.
19:40
DOK
+
Bull in the Studio
The stonefish isn't only known for being ugly; it's also extremely deadly. Plus, a Charolais bull visits the studio, and nothing is safe.
DA VINCI Learning SOBOTA 23.2.
16:05
DOK
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Cricket
Cricket star Darius D’Souza mentors two friends who share a keen passion for the game. Dr. Heather breaks down Darius’ wicked swing bowl.
16:15
DOK
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Tennis
With tips from guest pro Daniel and some scientific insight from Dr. Heather, there is no stopping Chloe on her way to tennis court.
16:30
DOK
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Macbeth by William Shakespeare
When Siesta meets Macbeth, three witches predict he will become king. Siesta convinces Macbeth to kill King Duncan and keep his crown.
16:40
DOK
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Gulliver's Travels, a Travel to Lilliput by Jonathan Swift
Siesta and Gulliver are imprisoned by the dwarfs who live in Lilliput. They manage to get free, but the King has plans for them.
17:00
DOK
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Louis Pasteur and the Hidden Universe of Microorganisms
A plague turns everything around the Baron into wasteland. Just then Louis Pasteur appears to show the wasteland is in fact full of life.
17:25
DOK
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Acid
Petra from Sweden loves berries but wonders why some of them are so sour. To find out, she travels to the woods at night …
17:40
DOK
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Pumpkin Drop
Phil demonstrates material science by smashing some eggs. He does a pumpkin experiment using polymers, foam and armour.
18:10
DOK
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Transportation
Danni experiences amazing new modes of transportation, all inspired by nature.
18:35
DOK
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Hardware
Steve Spangler creates some amazing projects – based on science – that can be built with things you can buy at a hardware store.
19:00
DOK
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Flight
Mankind has been flying for over a century. So what will be the next quirky discovery for flight?
19:30
DOK
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Banishing Our Insecurities
Modern science can provides solutions to many things that give us complexes.
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 24.2.
16:05
DOK
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Dressage
Nykeem meets up with Tai-Lee and her horse pal Gerald to explore the science behind dressage. Biomechanics is key, as Dr. Heather explains.
16:15
DOK
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Table Tennis
A sibling duo are hoping to sharpen their table tennis game with help from a guest pro. Dr. Heather unpacks the science of muscle memory.
16:30
DOK
+
Stop a Bullet And Master Invulnerability
Eureka Girl gets a makeover, but has problems with the laws of physics. Doc K and Nash try to master invulnerability.
17:00
DOK
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Thomas Alva Edison Vs. Nikola Tesla - Competition Moves Society Forward
On a stormy night the theatre lights go out. Betty suggests asking for help from the man who invented the light-bulb, Thomas Edison.
17:25
DOK
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Static Electricity
Dutch Iwan is fascinated by lightning and experiments with static electricity. Will he be able to produce real lightning flashes?
17:40
DOK
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Gravity Boat
Phil looks at opposing forces. He shows how to make a water and gravity-powered boat based on Newton's Third Law.
18:10
DOK
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Household Nature
Danni explores advances in science - inspired by nature - that will change our everyday life.
18:35
DOK
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Supermarket Science
Steve Spangler goes to the supermarket for things you can use to create your own science magic.
19:00
DOK
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India - Hair for the Gods
10-year-old Balaji and his mother have come to the Temple to sacrifice hair in return for Murugan’s blessing to build a house of their own.
19:10
DOK
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On the Road with Moscow's Circus School
The Moscow Circus School is bringing life to the Russian countryside with balancing rolls and disappearing bones. It is all about hard work.
19:30
DOK
+
Can You Predict the Future?
Is it possible to predict your future or the lottery numbers? How can prediction be used to ease traffic?
19:50
DOK
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Senegal
The heroes go to Senegal, swim in a pink lake and enjoy the company of exotic animals. They learn about the origin of the Paris-Dakar rally.
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 25.2.
16:05
DOK
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Kitchen Chemistry
Host Steve Spangler reveals how we can make crazy creations such as soap soufflé out of ordinary stuff from the supermarket.
16:30
DOK
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How Does Science Solve Crimes?
The hosts take a crash course in crime scene investigation - from the science of fingerprints to DNA. Who’s the best detective?
17:00
DOK
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Oedipus, King by Sophocles
Siesta helps King Oedipus to find the killer of Layo, the previous king. Siesta visits Tiresias who reveals the horrible truth.
17:10
DOK
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The Iliad by Homer
Siesta and the Achaeans invade Troy to rescue Helen. Achilles refuses to fight. Can Siesta persuade him to join the battle in time?
17:30
DOK
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Don’t Panic About Puberty
Dr. Chris and Dr. Xand show what happens to your body when you reach puberty, and why. They talk spots, sweat, and staying late in bed.
18:00
DOK
+
Hockey
An action-packed day on the ice. The gang learns about the science of the slap shot when Dr. Heather briefs them on elastic collisions.
18:15
DOK
+
Acid
Petra from Sweden loves berries but wonders why some of them are so sour. To find out, she travels to the woods at night …
18:25
DOK
+
Static Electricity
Dutch Iwan is fascinated by lightning and experiments with static electricity. Will he be able to produce real lightning flashes?
18:45
DOK
+
Wedges
Hamza can’t move his desk because Koolkatt left a wedge shaped toy under it. Why are wedges one of the most important tools ever invented?
19:10
DOK
+
Friction
Phil starts with a balloon powered hover disc. Plus, he also tries to use the power of friction to climb the walls and even to fly!
19:40
DOK
+
Bike-riding Owl
Who do you think would win a battle between a porcupine and a lion? It might surprise you, even as much as seeing an owl riding a bike.
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20:00
DA VINCI Learning DNES
20:00
DOK
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The Viking Universe and the Worst Job in England
A gorgeous Viking scientist talks about the universe, Nero has no shame and the Tudors had some horrible jobs.
20:30
DOK
+
Incredible Talents Tested by Science
Amazing voice talents, object swallowers and street gymnasts: their abilities are put to the test by science.
21:00
DOK
+
Android Lloyd Webber
A team of scientists, composers and actors work with the computer programme Android Lloyd Webber to produce a west end musical
22:00
DOK
+
Moon Shots
This is the real story of NASA's Moon Missions. From giant leaps to tragic set backs, this film pays tribute to the history of space travel.
23:00
DOK
+
Losing weight and staying thin
To lose weight permanently, forget radical diets and eat in a balanced way - mostly fresh products. Consume foods that digest slowly.
23:30
DOK
+
Round The Clock
Are shift workers more at risk of health problems? How can shift workers cope with the disruption of their sleep cycles?
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
20:00
DOK
+
The Roman Empire and the Singing Borgias
Julius Caesar gets a new hairdo and the Romans get an empire. The Borgias sing and the Greeks get wordy.
20:30
DOK
+
Behind the Scenes With Hygiene Products
Discover the science of toilet paper and kitchen towel, soaps and shampoos, and diapers and hygiene products.
21:00
DOK
+
A Super Car
See how Formula One racing team McLaren is now building a road car using some of their F1 technology!
22:00
DOK
+
Power
Amanda looks at the women who operated in the Medieval systems of religion, law, marriage and education to create their own routes to power.
23:00
DOK
+
Cuddly toys, smartphones, games: are we addicted?
Everyday habits analysed by science: from thumb sucking to online gambling. When do they become a problem?
23:30
DOK
+
Rock a Bye, Baby
How many hours of sleep do children need? Should co-sleeping with parents be encouraged? What constitutes abnormality in a child’s sleep?
DA VINCI Learning SOBOTA 23.2.
20:00
DOK
+
Effects of Gravity
Prof. Jim Al-Khalili investigates the effects gravity has on our daily lives and the latest scientific breakthroughs.
20:45
DOK
+
A Greener Road Ahead?
In this episode we find out what the latest electric car developments are and which scientific teams play a key role.
21:00
DOK
+
The Quest for Perfection
Jennifer separates fact from fiction, looking at ways we are sold perfection. She investigates food and toxins, willpower and brain power.
22:00
DOK
+
Communication, Senses and Learning
An evolutionary biologist and an electronics engineer investigate our relationships with robots and ask if they could ever become conscious.
23:00
DOK
+
Size Matters
With 40 per cent of the global population being overweight, is there a solution to this weighty issue? In this episode we find out.
23:30
DOK
+
It’s Making Sense
Our senses help us live meaningful lives, but what would happen if we lose them? Can new inventions mimic their function?
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 24.2.
20:00
DOK
+
The Secret Rules of Modern Living - Algorithms
Algorithms control our lives. They are ubiquitous, yet most of us are unaware of their impact. What are these secret rules of modern living?
21:00
DOK
+
Moon Shots
This is the real story of NASA's Moon Missions. From giant leaps to tragic set backs, this film pays tribute to the history of space travel.
22:00
DOK
+
Heartbeat: The Miracle Inside You
Heart Surgeon Dr Nikki Stamp takes us into the amazing world of our hearts, showing how they work and how we can look after them.
23:00
DOK
+
Food Goes Green
Danni discovers how microscopic bacteria can create organic fertilizer. She explores ocean farming and a cool new method of refrigeration.
23:30
DOK
+
Bio-Hybrid
Danni presents the amazing world of Bio-Hybrid science.
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 25.2.
20:00
DOK
+
Don't Annoy Diogenes and William The Conqueror
William the Conqueror has an unusual battle tactic, Diogenes has smelly ways of getting rid of people and Blackbeard is bad.
20:30
DOK
+
Child Prodigies and Geniuses
These young people have come up with some amazing inventions. Where does their talent come from?
21:00
DOK
+
Ultimate Aurora
Ultimate Aurora follows Ben Longmier and his team on their quest to revolutionise space exploration by harnessing the energy of plasma.
22:00
DOK
+
Gravity Secrets
Prof. Jim Al-Khalili discovers that despite many fascinating breakthoughs in researching it, gravity still has many secrets.
22:45
DOK
+
Enjoy Your Sustainable Meal
In this episode we visit an experimental farm that extracts high-quality protein from seed crops such as quinoa and amaranth.
23:00
DOK
+
More astonishing mysteries of our bodies
Our bodies are incredible, but some things about them need a little explanation from science!
23:30
DOK
+
Evolving From the Neck Up
Some animals have evolved by adapting from the neck up. There's a reason why vultures are bald and why orangutans have floppy-cheeks.
|||
00:00
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
00:00
DOK
+
Android Lloyd Webber
A team of scientists, composers and actors work with the computer programme Android Lloyd Webber to produce a west end musical
01:00
DOK
+
Moon Shots
This is the real story of NASA's Moon Missions. From giant leaps to tragic set backs, this film pays tribute to the history of space travel.
02:00
DOK
+
Order and Disorder: Information
Professor Jim Al-Khalili investigates how information is woven into the fabric of reality itself.
03:00
DOK
+
Losing weight and staying thin
To lose weight permanently, forget radical diets and eat in a balanced way - mostly fresh products. Consume foods that digest slowly.
03:30
DOK
+
Round The Clock
Are shift workers more at risk of health problems? How can shift workers cope with the disruption of their sleep cycles?
04:00
DOK
+
Where are we?
Can the scientists work out their exact latitude and longitude, make an insect repellent and improvise a radio from an old saucepan?
04:30
DOK
+
What is there to do?
Can the scientists improvise a low-tech camera and film, make a compass to get their bearings, and dye a flag?
DA VINCI Learning SOBOTA 23.2.
00:00
DOK
+
A Super Car
See how Formula One racing team McLaren is now building a road car using some of their F1 technology!
01:00
DOK
+
Power
Amanda looks at the women who operated in the Medieval systems of religion, law, marriage and education to create their own routes to power.
02:00
DOK
+
A Super Jumbo Wing
Meet engineers, designers and the people who actually build the massive wings of the A380, the world’s biggest passenger aircraft!
03:00
DOK
+
Cuddly toys, smartphones, games: are we addicted?
Everyday habits analysed by science: from thumb sucking to online gambling. When do they become a problem?
03:30
DOK
+
Rock a Bye, Baby
How many hours of sleep do children need? Should co-sleeping with parents be encouraged? What constitutes abnormality in a child’s sleep?
04:00
DOK
+
Mapping it Out
Can the scientists create an accurate scale map, botanical paper and inks, and a sound-recording device?
04:30
DOK
+
Bugs and Barometers
Can the scientists make an antiseptic lotion, a microscope, and a weather station?
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 24.2.
00:00
DOK
+
Effects of Gravity
Prof. Jim Al-Khalili investigates the effects gravity has on our daily lives and the latest scientific breakthroughs.
00:45
DOK
+
A Greener Road Ahead?
In this episode we find out what the latest electric car developments are and which scientific teams play a key role.
01:00
DOK
+
The Quest for Perfection
Jennifer separates fact from fiction, looking at ways we are sold perfection. She investigates food and toxins, willpower and brain power.
02:00
DOK
+
Communication, Senses and Learning
An evolutionary biologist and an electronics engineer investigate our relationships with robots and ask if they could ever become conscious.
03:00
DOK
+
Size Matters
With 40 per cent of the global population being overweight, is there a solution to this weighty issue? In this episode we find out.
03:30
DOK
+
It’s Making Sense
Our senses help us live meaningful lives, but what would happen if we lose them? Can new inventions mimic their function?
04:00
DOK
+
Sun and Sea
Can the scientists create an underwater lamp, and are they able to generate electrical energy to charge up a battery?
04:30
DOK
+
The Science of Celebration
Can the scientists create musical instruments and firework by using only natural resources?
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 25.2.
00:00
DOK
+
The Secret Rules of Modern Living - Algorithms
Algorithms control our lives. They are ubiquitous, yet most of us are unaware of their impact. What are these secret rules of modern living?
01:00
DOK
+
Moon Shots
This is the real story of NASA's Moon Missions. From giant leaps to tragic set backs, this film pays tribute to the history of space travel.
02:00
DOK
+
Heartbeat: The Miracle Inside You
Heart Surgeon Dr Nikki Stamp takes us into the amazing world of our hearts, showing how they work and how we can look after them.
03:00
DOK
+
Food Goes Green
Danni discovers how microscopic bacteria can create organic fertilizer. She explores ocean farming and a cool new method of refrigeration.
03:30
DOK
+
Bio-Hybrid
Danni presents the amazing world of Bio-Hybrid science.
04:00
DOK
+
Quakers
Can the scientists build a waterproof tent and a seismograph by using only natural resources?
04:30
DOK
+
Ice
Can the scientists measure the speed and melting rate of a glacier, as well as keep themselves warm without a fire?
DA VINCI Learning ÚTERÝ 26.2.
00:00
DOK
+
Ultimate Aurora
Ultimate Aurora follows Ben Longmier and his team on their quest to revolutionise space exploration by harnessing the energy of plasma.
01:00
DOK
+
Gravity Secrets
Prof. Jim Al-Khalili discovers that despite many fascinating breakthoughs in researching it, gravity still has many secrets.
01:45
DOK
+
Enjoy Your Sustainable Meal
In this episode we visit an experimental farm that extracts high-quality protein from seed crops such as quinoa and amaranth.
02:00
DOK
+
Prediction
Marcus enters the strange world of what happens next, discovering that the answer to life, the universe and everything isn’t 42 - it’s 1.15.
03:00
DOK
+
More astonishing mysteries of our bodies
Our bodies are incredible, but some things about them need a little explanation from science!
03:30
DOK
+
Evolving From the Neck Up
Some animals have evolved by adapting from the neck up. There's a reason why vultures are bald and why orangutans have floppy-cheeks.
04:00
DOK
+
Rover
Can the scientists build a rover and purify water by utilizing natural resources?
04:30
DOK
+
Communication
Can the scientists send communication in a way that doesn't rely purely on sound, and make a pen that works in zero gravity?