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DA VINCI Learning DNES
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Mountains
Can the scientists calculate the height and weight of a mountain and make sunglasses to protect the eyes at high altitudes?
05:30
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Clean
Can the scientists build a washing machine with washing soap, and create antiperspirant and deodorant by using only natural resources?
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
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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?
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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 NEDĚLE 18.11.
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Mapping it Out
Can the scientists create an accurate scale map, botanical paper and inks, and a sound-recording device?
05:30
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Bugs and Barometers
Can the scientists make an antiseptic lotion, a microscope, and a weather station?
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 19.11.
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Sun and Sea
Can the scientists create an underwater lamp, and are they able to generate electrical energy to charge up a battery?
05:30
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The Science of Celebration
Can the scientists create musical instruments and firework by using only natural resources?
DA VINCI Learning ÚTERÝ 20.11.
05:00
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Quakers
Can the scientists build a waterproof tent and a seismograph by using only natural resources?
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Ice
Can the scientists measure the speed and melting rate of a glacier, as well as keep themselves warm without a fire?
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Collision Course & Yummy Drumettes
Madi makes a wheelbarrow garden. Jameson shows what happens when things collide. Christian makes small boats. Lindsay makes chicken wings.
06:30
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Macaroni and Cheese
Homemade macaroni and cheese starts with the sauce. It’s amazing how much science is in something as simple as a smooth and thick sauce.
06:40
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Pizza
A homemade pizza can be adapted to taste by adding toppings. Link has a problem though: the cold dough for the pizza crust won’t roll flat.
07:00
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Frame Shell Solid
Hamza learns that every structure type has unique and surprising properties. Who for instance knew that canoes can be made out of concrete?!
07:25
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Social Interaction and Survival
Being social is vital for some animals. They cooperate to survive and some even put the welfare of the group above their own.
07:50
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Iceland - Living on a Powder Keg
Iceland is the land of volcanoes. Children learn a lot about volcanoes in school, particularly, what to do if the neighbouring Katla erupts.
08:00
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Inti Wara Yassi - Bolivia's Ark
A Bolivian project takes care of neglected animals but also parentless children. 14-year-old street child Miguel is given a young puma.
08:20
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Medical
Danni explores the latest advances in medicine that are inspired by nature.
08:45
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Medicinal Maggots
What would maggots be doing inside hospitals? Plus, we visit a South African with 300 baboons and test the intelligence of the lovable pig.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
06:00
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Crazy Corks & Flying Saucers
Jameson shows cork experiments. Christian makes flying saucers. Madi makes a handy hose. And Lindsay makes some cookies with a message.
06:30
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Lung Power & Muesli Meteors
Madi takes us on a trip to the nursery. Jameson uses lung power. Christian makes hand made helmets. And Lindsay makes muesli meteors.
07:00
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Canaletto
Mati and Dada go on an amazing adventure in Venice and find themselves in a gondola with the one and only Canaletto.
07:10
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Pit Vipers and the Gobi Desert
Come with Marvi and his reporters to the second largest desert in the world, the Gobi in China. Also, meet the dangerous pit viper!
07:35
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Baka and Sharks
Meet a native tribe of Cameroon, The Baka, and see some amazing underwater images filmed by sharks!
08:00
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Victorian Factories and War Over a Bucket
A Victorian factory owner builds a village and some Italians go to war over a bucket. There’s a fight over who should rule England .
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Early Australia and Pliny the Elder
Early Australia has a horrible history and Pliny the Elder comes to a fiery end in Pompeii.
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 18.11.
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Super Scope & Mighty Mighty Mungbeans
Jameson makes a super scope. Madi investigates a super plant. Christian paints his own piece of art. And Lindsay prepares cheesy trees.
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Density Detectives & Happy Harvest
Christian makes a flag. Jameson becomes a density detective. Lindsay gets inspired by spikes to make a snack. And Madi harvests vegetables.
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Berenice Abbott
Mati and Dada meet photographer Berenice Abbott and learn everything there is to know about her technique of scientific photography.
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Cougars and Sea Snakes
Are sea snakes venomous? Join Marvi to find out, and meet some cougars here!
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Neanderthals and Dwarfs
Today is all about the dawn of mankind! Join Marvi as they explore Neanderthals and evidence of special pre-historic humans: Dwarf people!
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Making Blood and a Mind-Bending Trick
The doctors show where your blood comes from and Dr. Chris meets a patient going for brain surgery. They test a concentration trick.
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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.
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 19.11.
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Amazing Colour Maker & Recycle Robot
Jameson makes a colour maker. Madi holds a jungle party. Christian makes a recycled robot. Lindsay makes Italian Spanish quesadillas!
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Riding the Wave and Manipulating Water
With the help of Eureka Girl, Doc K and Nash try to find ways to create a wave in a quest to manipulate water.
07:00
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Probability
Hamza cannot figure out why Koolkatt always wins when they play flip-the-coin. To find out, he meets a flying pig and pops a lot of popcorn.
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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.
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India: The World's Biggest School Meal
Misbah’s family is very poor. Fortunately, there are large school cafeterias which prepare a well-balanced meal for the pupils in India.
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Hermitage - The Palace of Cats
Over 50 cats call the Hermitage home. But many stray kittens are resettled – such as Peter, who has found a family home out in the country.
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Outer Space
Danni visits NASA to learn how biomimicry is being used for space exploration.
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Pet Snakes
Having a pet snake can be fun as long as you follow a few basic rules. Plus, we find Stephen challenged to perform a dance with tiny horses.
DA VINCI Learning ÚTERÝ 20.11.
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Snail Snooping & Squiggly Salad
Jameson goes snail snooping. Madi makes a potato patch in a bin. Christian paints a self portrait. And Lindsay makes a squiggly salad.
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Electrifying Discoveries
Doc K tries to gain superpowers through lightning. She and Nash learn about renewable energy and the magic of wireless power transfer.
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Programming
Hamza discovers that his beloved pet Koolkatt is actually a computer. But how does one communicate with computers?
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Surface Tension
When walking through the tulip fields, Dutch Maureen spots drops of water on the tulip leaves. In this episode, she finds out why.
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Action/Reaction
Raynnan lives close to the European Space Centre in French Guiana. In this episode, he gets to build his own, very cool, rocket!
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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.
08:00
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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.
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Transportation
Danni experiences amazing new modes of transportation, all inspired by nature.
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Painting Otter
This famous otter is making quite a bit of money selling original paintings. Plus, we meet a South African who opened his own safari park.
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Cro-Magnon Man
There's a new man in town: Cro-Magnon Man. With savvy tools and a problem-solving mind, he learns to adapt to the evolving world around him.
09:30
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Polar Bears and Tiger Sharks
Marvi dives into the ocean to learn more about the fascinating tiger shark. And meet a polar bear and her babies in their freezing habitat.
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Lovers
In the courtyard, kids are making fun of Pénélope because she likes Julien. Why do we make fun of people we care about?
10:00
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Sharks and Aeroplanes
What do sharks and aeroplanes have in common? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
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Evaporating and freezing
Sebastián from Chile wonders how water can turn into steam and builds a coke geyser. Can it blow as high as the real ones?
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Lenses
Jefferson from Chile wants to see the stars and is determined to build his own telescope. Will he succeed?
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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?
11:00
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Necktie Snake
Jeremie creates a necktie snake, a checkerboard, and creates a horse sculpture using corrugated cardboard and glue.
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Reptiles
To find out where dragon legends could have come from, Harrison goes on a quest to find the biggest, dragon-iest reptiles in the world.
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Bread
Keen to prove the rising power of yeast powerful enough to lift all the other ingredients, Link’s balloon experiment goes a bit too well.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
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A Dinosaur Expert and Brian the Scientist
A female dinosaur expert sells seashells and Brian the scientist reveals the weird wonders of the Greek universe.
09:30
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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.
10:00
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Riding the Wave and Manipulating Water
With the help of Eureka Girl, Doc K and Nash try to find ways to create a wave in a quest to manipulate water.
10:25
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Behind the scenes with your favourite food
From breakfast cereal and chocolate milk to pretzels and crisps: the making of our favourite foods
10:55
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The science of travel
Science has made travelling much easier than it was 50 years ago, improving luggage, traffic coordination and reducing travel sickness.
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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.
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Kite
A toy, a siege weapon, a meteorological device, a scarecrow or a fishing trick – what is this wonderous thing? How to make a kite?
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 18.11.
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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.
09:30
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What Would It Be Like To Have Your Own Robot?
From robot roller coasters to robot watchdogs, to a robot that is so life-like it wants to host the show! Our hosts make mechanical friends.
10:00
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Electrifying Discoveries
Doc K tries to gain superpowers through lightning. She and Nash learn about renewable energy and the magic of wireless power transfer.
10:25
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Cuddly toys, smartphones, games: are we addicted?
Everyday habits analysed by science: from thumb sucking to online gambling. When do they become a problem?
10:55
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More astonishing mysteries of our bodies
Our bodies are incredible, but some things about them need a little explanation from science!
11:25
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Telephone
Explore the historical development of telephony and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
11:50
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A Ball
How was the ball invented? Who was the first to play team game? How did football overturn the common order of the world?
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 19.11.
09:00
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The Fertile Valleys
Learning to cultivate the soil is the key to establishing bustling cities filled with commerce and culture. Man is now the master of Earth.
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Bison and Bald Eagles
Marvi travels to the United States to learn more about the endangered bison and a bird that is holy to the native Americans.
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The Tomboy
Maceo calls Juliette a "tomboy" because she likes to play soccer. But why can't girls play soccer as well?
10:00
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Five-legged Elephant
Famous for long trunks and tusks, some elephants even have a fifth leg. Plus, how can you reconstruct a broken vase?
10:25
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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.
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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?
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Singing Puppet
Jeremie creates a singing puppet, 3D glasses, and makes a fun stocking pig.
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Astronauts
Harrison wants to go to space, but first he’ll learn how to float in zero gravity, sleep “standing up,” and figure out how a rocket works.
11:45
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Devilled Eggs
When Link discovers an egg he’s boiled has developed a green ring around the yolk, it’s up to Detective Link to solve this culinary crime.
DA VINCI Learning ÚTERÝ 20.11.
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The First Empires
Compared to taming nature, controlling large societies of man is a much more difficult task, even for the most ruthless and strict emperors.
09:30
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Tapirs and Lion Tamarins
What is a tamarin? What animal is a cross between a pig and an elephant? Marvi and the world reporters have the answers!
09:50
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Scared to death
Lola loves listening to scary stories but is terrified of strange noises. Mily doesn't get it: How can we both love and hate being scared?
10:00
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Taking Flight
How many balloons would you need to set sail? Watch and find out.
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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.
10:50
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Robots
Why are robots ushering in a new era? Why are there myths about Cadmium and dragons? How did the first water dispenser come about?
11:00
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Secret Surprise Bank
Jeremie makes a surprise bank with secret compartment, a bag using old CDs and DVDs, and creates a popcorn clown.
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Juggling
Find out how to get juggling in under a minute, create a tasty treat and more!
11:45
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Chicken Fingers
Link demonstrates some basic kitchen hygiene while preparing chicken fingers. Raw foods have the potential to host salmonella.
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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.
12:15
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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.
12:45
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A Song Special
Some of history's greatest characters serenade us. Featuring songs from Charles Dickens, Rosa Parks, Joan of Arc and Alexander the Great.
13:15
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Lightning
Phil makes lightning bolts. Plus, he harnesses the power behind lightning to make things stick, float, or make your hair stand on end!
13:40
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Food Science
Host Steve Spangler shows science you can eat, with new ways to create colourful dessert toppings, slimy spaghetti, and ice cream.
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Cuddly toys, smartphones, games: are we addicted?
Everyday habits analysed by science: from thumb sucking to online gambling. When do they become a problem?
14:30
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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.
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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.
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With or without medals
When Mily doesn't get selected for the inter-neighbourhood swimming championships, she decides to stop training. Her friends disagree.
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Catch Me In Action
The photographers take pictures of their friends as they jump on a trampoline. Can they capture power, speed, and skills in one action shot?
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Superhero Comic Book
Jeremie creates a superhero comic book and movie sound effects, and shows us how to transfer a t-shirt image onto a skateboard.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
12:00
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Mapping
Hamza thinks finding his way around is easy - until his smart phone breaks. Now he needs to use maps to get where he’s going.
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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.
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Mutant Mascot & Von Dropout
When their guinea pig mutates, the kids use genetics to reverse the effect. And Von Bolt quits the team to find himself, and some trouble.
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Moods, Inspiration and the Mind
You might think you understand the causes of what you feel. But we often change, so the information about you changes too.
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More Science Magic
Steve Spangler shows how some amazing tricks are done, based on science.
14:00
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Medical
Danni explores the latest advances in medicine that are inspired by nature.
14:25
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Surface Tension
When walking through the tulip fields, Dutch Maureen spots drops of water on the tulip leaves. In this episode, she finds out why.
14:35
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Action/Reaction
Raynnan lives close to the European Space Centre in French Guiana. In this episode, he gets to build his own, very cool, rocket!
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Marie Curie - The Invisible Rays
Marie Curie makes a surprise entrance and narrates how her studies of invisible rays helped women break away from being a prisoner at home.
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The World Up Close
During today’s hotshot challenge the competitors zoom in on colourful flowers and prickly cactuses. Who takes the winning close-up shot?
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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.
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Musical Cylinders
Hamza is determined to find out why so many instruments – flutes, horns, organs -- are cylinders. What’s so musical about that shape?
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 18.11.
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Arches
Hamza bends over backwards in this episode to find out why arches are so strong. An arch is a curved shape that uses gravity to stay up.
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Pet Lizards
Have you ever thought about having a pet lizard? Find out how to give your lizard a good home. Plus, a close encounter with a white rhino.
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Zero Chemistry & Freaky Furry
The kids build a robot girlfriend for an upset Von Bolt. And when a freak accident causes Angie to switch bodies with her dog, chaos ensues!
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The Tragedy of Hamlet Prince of Denmark by William Shakespeare
Siesta dreams of helping Hamlet to avenge his father's death. But Hamlet's uncle, King Claudius, sets up a trap that they can't escape.
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The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare
Romeo and Juliet are in love. Siesta helps Juliet to pretend to be dead, but Romeo thinks it's real and tragedy follows.
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DIY Toys
Steve Spangler shows how you can use science to make toys and create amazing bubbles.
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Outer Space
Danni visits NASA to learn how biomimicry is being used for space exploration.
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Magnets
Isabel lives on a barge and owns a compass. But how does it work? In this episode, Isabel learns everything there is to know about magnets.
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Balance
Tristan from Amsterdam is great at doing tricks on his bike. What makes him such a pro? In this episode, Tristan experiments with balance.
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Galileo Galilei - Reason Over Common Sense
Galileo begins relating how he arrived at his astonishing discovery about our Earth and the Sun with the terrible Inquisition on his trail.
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Flashing Lights
Using fun props and costumes, the photographers learn how to master the art of stylized selfies. Who takes the winning Snapshot? #winning
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Diving with Dolphins
Dive into the deep with dolphins to make sure they're in tip-top shape, then see whether humans really can communicate with wolves.
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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.
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 19.11.
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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.
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The Kidney Cleaning Machine
The doctors check out the cleaning power of our kidneys and the Ouch-Mobile is open for medical mysteries.
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Stephen Fry Meets Helen of Troy
Stephen Fry takes a trip through Horrible Histories and meets Helen of Troy and other interesting characters throughout the ages.
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Sugar Cube Bridge
Phil builds an arched bridge out of sugar. Plus, glass so strong you can hit it with a hammer and can eggs support Phil!
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Electricity
Steve Spangler does fun experiments based on the science of electricity.
14:05
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More astonishing mysteries of our bodies
Our bodies are incredible, but some things about them need a little explanation from science!
14:30
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Paper
Explore the historical development of paper and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
14:55
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Singing the truth
Mily lends a DVD to Maceo, who tells her that it’s “lame”. Mily is hurt. Is it really better to always be honest, even if it hurts a friend?
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The Monster Not Under the Bed & Awesomobile Deluxe
The kids shrink themselves to prove that monsters don't hide under beds. And Kent drives the kids’ new self-driving car... and loses it.
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Science Magic
Steve Spangler reveals the science secrets behind famous magic tricks, including how to walk on glass without injuring your feet.
DA VINCI Learning ÚTERÝ 20.11.
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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.
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Little Xand and the Digestive Process
The doctors use a Xand doll to show what happens when you eat. Dr Chris goes to work fighting infectious diseases.
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Stephen Fry Meets Guy Fawkes
Stephen Fry takes a trip through Horrible Histories and meets Guy Fawkes and other interesting characters throughout the ages.
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Light Challenge
Phil gets challenged to use light to solve a puzzle. Plus, bouncing light rays to turn off your television, and seeing in the dark!
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Color Science
Steve Spangler reveals the secrets of colour, with amazing experiments that can be done at home.
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The mysteries of hearing
Experts decipher the mysteries of our hearing: the effects noise and silence on have on us, and the different ways we hear.
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Muscle Memory
The brain is in charge of all the organs in the body. This control is what enables a quick and coordinated response to the environment.
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Lovers
In the courtyard, kids are making fun of Pénélope because she likes Julien. Why do we make fun of people we care about?
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Nanobots Byte & Follow Your Nose
Angie's garbage-eating nanobytes have escaped so the Kids must find them. And J.D. and Kent accidentally beam their noses to parts unknown!
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Eggs
Steve Spangler reveals amazing science tricks we can do with eggs. How can we walk on them without them turning into a runny mess?
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DA VINCI Learning DNES
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The Kidney Cleaning Machine
The doctors check out the cleaning power of our kidneys and the Ouch-Mobile is open for medical mysteries.
16:30
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Stephen Fry Meets Helen of Troy
Stephen Fry takes a trip through Horrible Histories and meets Helen of Troy and other interesting characters throughout the ages.
17:00
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The Science of Safety
Danni tries to figure out what humankind can learn from other species and explores how fish are helping us to build better armor.
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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.
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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!
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Giraffe Toy
Jeremie makes a giraffe with a neck that moves, super-hero cuffs, and a panda out of dryer lint!
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Flying
Elikanah from Kenya wonders why elephants can’t fly. In this episode, he finds out what is needed to be able to fly.
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Salt
Joy lives near a salt lake in Kenya. In this episode, she turns salt into a necklace and very tasty coconut ice-cream.
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Zero
In this episode we explore the number zero by talking to an Ancient Mayan and making other numbers magically disappear.
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Crazy Camels and Fishy Business
Poisonous fish living in the Philippines coral reeves, dolphins and a funny desert animal are explored by Marvi and his world reporters.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
16:25
DOK
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Crazy Strong Muscle Power
Doc K and Nash aim for super strength as they explore artificial muscles and powerful exoskeletons. They create a way to lift a car.
17:00
DOK
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Jungle Photographer and Wild Horses in Namibia
What kind of animals live in the desert? The world reporters are on the search for the world biggest butterfly - will they find it?
17:25
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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.
17:40
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The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde
Siesta and the ghost Sir Simon Canterville try to get rid of a castle's new owners. But there's a problem: they aren't afraid of ghosts!
17:50
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Sandokan, the Tiger of Malaysia by Emilio Salgari
Siesta and Sandokan try to free a prisoner from the ferocious James Brooke. Sandokan must fight Brooke for their fredom.
18:10
DOK
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Favourite Experiments
Steve Spangler shows how to do some of his favorite experiments, such as freezing water with your mind.
18:35
DOK
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Pasta Bridge
Phil tries to make a pasta bridge big enough to walk across. Plus, learn how to build a sandcastle you can stand on!
19:00
DOK
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A Song Special
Some of history's greatest characters serenade us. Featuring songs from Charles Dickens, Rosa Parks, Joan of Arc and Alexander the Great.
19:30
DOK
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Stephen Fry Meets Helen of Troy
Stephen Fry takes a trip through Horrible Histories and meets Helen of Troy and other interesting characters throughout the ages.
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 18.11.
16:25
DOK
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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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Penguins and Scorpions
You better wear your mittens when Marvi and his world reporters visit funny penguins and dangerous scorpions!
17:25
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.
17:40
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.
17:50
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?
18:10
DOK
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Backyard Science
Host Steve Spangler relaxes in his backyard with science tricks and inventions you can create outdoors.
18:35
DOK
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Magnetic Levitation
Phil tries to find magnets powerful enough to repel each other and float him off the ground. Plus, watch magnets defy gravity on their own.
19:00
DOK
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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.
19:30
DOK
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The Kidney Cleaning Machine
The doctors check out the cleaning power of our kidneys and the Ouch-Mobile is open for medical mysteries.
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 19.11.
16:00
DOK
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Little Xand and the Digestive Process
The doctors use a Xand doll to show what happens when you eat. Dr Chris goes to work fighting infectious diseases.
16:30
DOK
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Stephen Fry Meets Guy Fawkes
Stephen Fry takes a trip through Horrible Histories and meets Guy Fawkes and other interesting characters throughout the ages.
17:00
DOK
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Under the Sea Inspiration
In this episode Danni explores a reef that’s full of life in order to understand how the ocean inspires modern technology.
17:25
DOK
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The DIY SCI Contest
Steve Spangler hosts the DIY SCI Contest based on Newton’s Third Law – for every action there’s an equal and opposite reaction.
17:50
DOK
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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.
18:20
DOK
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Monkey Face
Jeremie makes a monkey face, a periscope, and a squid out of bendy straws and packing tape!
18:45
DOK
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Waves
Explore the historical development of electromagnetic waves and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
19:10
DOK
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Math in Music
How come some sound combinations are pleasant whereas others sound like a screw loose cat? In this episode, we find out why.
19:35
DOK
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Gauchos and Death Adder
What are gauchos? And can you milk snakes? Find out here!
DA VINCI Learning ÚTERÝ 20.11.
16:00
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.
16:30
DOK
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Stephen Fry Meets Joan of Arc
Stephen Fry takes a trip through Horrible Histories and meets Joan of Arc and other interesting characters throughout the ages.
17:00
DOK
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The Power of Nature
Host Danni studies the eyes, fins, and movements of numerous different species. How can her insights help us to improve solar power?
17:25
DOK
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Spheres
Hamza wonders why bubbles are round. To find out, we make a bubble explosion, turn kids into soccer balls, and throw water into outer space.
17:50
DOK
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Chemistry
The ‘vinegar and baking soda volcano’ needs a more reactive overhaul. Plus, Phil coats his outfit in hydrophobic spray and gets in the pool.
18:20
DOK
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Snowball Throwing Yeti
Jeremie creates an amazing snowball-throwing Yeti, a stone bird sculpture, and a puff paint butterfly!
18:45
DOK
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Moods, Inspiration and the Mind
You might think you understand the causes of what you feel. But we often change, so the information about you changes too.
19:10
DOK
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Nature's Most Mysterious Patterns
In this episode, Hamza finds out what video game graphics have in common with broccoli and learns that nature and math are closely related.
19:35
DOK
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Destination Space and the Greatest Flight
It's all about flying! Join us on inter-continental flights and fly as far out as to the Moon!
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20:00
DA VINCI Learning DNES
20:00
DOK
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The Green Machine
Mayor Richard Daley takes viewers on a tour through Chicago, and showcases his mission to make it “the greenest city in America.”
20:30
DOK
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More astonishing mysteries of our bodies
Our bodies are incredible, but some things about them need a little explanation from science!
21:00
DOK
+
Revelations and Revolutions
As our understanding of electricity has increased, so has our reliance upon it. And today we’re on the brink of a new breakthrough…
22:00
DOK
+
Dangerous Ideas
This film tells the story of the experiments, proving that many different types of seeds can survive immersion in salt water for a month.
23:00
DOK
+
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.
23:30
DOK
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Taking Flight
Philippe visits the Congaree National Park where he catches and tags local bats and studies the flight patterns of wood storks.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
20:00
DOK
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Leonardo. Seeking the Truth
This film will take the viewer on a journey through Leonardo Da Vinci's Renaissance and the origins of science and art.
21:00
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.
21:20
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?
21:45
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.
22:00
DOK
+
Extreme: Light and Dark
This is a journey to the brightest and darkest inhabited areas of the world. How do extremes of light affect the people who live with them?
23:00
DOK
+
Sleep Demystified
What is normal sleep? How are we inviting the silent killer in when we are deprived of sleep? And how much sleep is enough?
23:30
DOK
+
Eyes Wide Open
What are the common and uncommon causes of insomnia? What triggers insomnia? What can insomniacs do to improve their sleep?
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 18.11.
20:00
DOK
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Save Our Souls
Matthew Collings follows the visionary Victorian who thought art could be the solution to the modern industrial society - John Ruskin.
21:00
DOK
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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
+
Time and Distance
Modern measurements like the metre are based on faked figures, and extra seconds sneak into our clocks. Can scientists solve the problem?
23:00
DOK
+
Central England
Enjoy an exclusive interview with Sir David Attenborough where he recalls his early days as a fossil hunter in central England.
23:30
DOK
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London
In an interview, Sir David Attenborough recalls his fossil hunting days and reveals why they continue to intrigue and delight him.
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 19.11.
20:00
DOK
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Grey to Green
Paul Pedini had the idea to build his own home from Boston's “Big Dig” construction refuse, and sparked plans to create an office complex.
20:30
DOK
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The mysteries of hearing
Experts decipher the mysteries of our hearing: the effects noise and silence on have on us, and the different ways we hear.
21:00
DOK
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The Science of Bubbles
From the micro to the macro, experimental physicist Helen Czerksi shows how bubbles underpin physical, chemical and biological processes.
22:00
DOK
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Let There Be Life
Can quantum mechanics explain biology? Jim Al-Khalili explores how Quantum Mechanics shaped the mechanism by which living species evolved.
23:00
DOK
+
Copying Communication
How do scientists use swarm behavior to build robots that are suited for factory work and help produce better autonomous cars?
23:30
DOK
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Microscopic World
Philippe breaks down the microscopic world of sand and learns how microscopic science plays a role in researching fire ants.
DA VINCI Learning ÚTERÝ 20.11.
20:00
DOK
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China: From Red to Green?
William McDonough plans to make China a sustainable country with the help of a profitable and environmentally intelligent architecture.
20:30
DOK
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Untangling fact from fiction with food, health and animals
There are a lot of traditional beliefs passed down from generation to generation. Science separates the facts from fiction.
21:00
DOK
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Oak Tree - part 1
Uncover the transformations the oak goes through to meet the challenges of four very different seasons, surviving gales and frosts.
22:00
DOK
+
Separation
Amanda explores the role of women under Confucianism, looking at how Asian ideals of feminine virtue cast a shadow across women’s lives.
23:00
DOK
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Muscle of Mimicry
Did you know that the webs of silk spiders are five times stronger than steel? Today, Danni explores how we can be inspired by nature.
23:30
DOK
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Dramatic Landscapes
Philippe explores the dramatic landscapes of Yellowstone National Park, Zion National Park, Canada, and a Pacific island.
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00:00
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
00:00
DOK
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The Storm Breaks
This film covers the experiments on plants that have evolved to eat insects rich in nitrogen because there is little nitrogen in marshes.
01:00
DOK
+
Revelations and Revolutions
As our understanding of electricity has increased, so has our reliance upon it. And today we’re on the brink of a new breakthrough…
02:00
DOK
+
Dangerous Ideas
This film tells the story of the experiments, proving that many different types of seeds can survive immersion in salt water for a month.
03:00
DOK
+
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.
03:30
DOK
+
Taking Flight
Philippe visits the Congaree National Park where he catches and tags local bats and studies the flight patterns of wood storks.
04:00
DOK
+
Mine
Can the scientists detect radioactive rocks and flammable gases, as well as create a generator to power an electric lamp?
04:30
DOK
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Photograph
Can the scientists take and develop a photograph, and deliver it by hydrogen balloon?
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 18.11.
00:00
DOK
+
Leonardo. Seeking the Truth
This film will take the viewer on a journey through Leonardo Da Vinci's Renaissance and the origins of science and art.
01:00
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.
01:20
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?
01:45
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.
02:00
DOK
+
Extreme: Light and Dark
This is a journey to the brightest and darkest inhabited areas of the world. How do extremes of light affect the people who live with them?
03:00
DOK
+
Sleep Demystified
What is normal sleep? How are we inviting the silent killer in when we are deprived of sleep? And how much sleep is enough?
03:30
DOK
+
Eyes Wide Open
What are the common and uncommon causes of insomnia? What triggers insomnia? What can insomniacs do to improve their sleep?
04:00
DOK
+
Can we generate power?
Can the scientists generate power and build a pharmacy, using only natural resources?
04:30
DOK
+
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 PONDĚLÍ 19.11.
00:00
DOK
+
Save Our Souls
Matthew Collings follows the visionary Victorian who thought art could be the solution to the modern industrial society - John Ruskin.
01:00
DOK
+
A Super Car
See how Formula One racing team McLaren is now building a road car using some of their F1 technology!
02:00
DOK
+
Time and Distance
Modern measurements like the metre are based on faked figures, and extra seconds sneak into our clocks. Can scientists solve the problem?
03:00
DOK
+
Central England
Enjoy an exclusive interview with Sir David Attenborough where he recalls his early days as a fossil hunter in central England.
03:30
DOK
+
London
In an interview, Sir David Attenborough recalls his fossil hunting days and reveals why they continue to intrigue and delight him.
04:00
DOK
+
Time and Transmitters
Can the scientists create a radio, clock, and kite using only natural resources?
04:30
DOK
+
Feel the Heat
Can the scientists create a freezer, thermometer, and sunscreen, using only natural resources?
DA VINCI Learning ÚTERÝ 20.11.
00:00
DOK
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Mechanical Marvels: Clockwork Dreams
Explore the bizarre history of automata ¬ mechanical marvels from the pre-industrial age, made to mimic life, and see them come to life.
01:00
DOK
+
The Science of Bubbles
From the micro to the macro, experimental physicist Helen Czerksi shows how bubbles underpin physical, chemical and biological processes.
02:00
DOK
+
Let There Be Life
Can quantum mechanics explain biology? Jim Al-Khalili explores how Quantum Mechanics shaped the mechanism by which living species evolved.
03:00
DOK
+
Copying Communication
How do scientists use swarm behavior to build robots that are suited for factory work and help produce better autonomous cars?
03:30
DOK
+
Microscopic World
Philippe breaks down the microscopic world of sand and learns how microscopic science plays a role in researching fire ants.
04:00
DOK
+
Gold Rush
Can the scientists collect gold from a river, build a metal detector, and construct a super-accurate balance?
04:30
DOK
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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 STŘEDA 21.11.
00:00
DOK
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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.
01:00
DOK
+
Oak Tree - part 1
Uncover the transformations the oak goes through to meet the challenges of four very different seasons, surviving gales and frosts.
02:00
DOK
+
Separation
Amanda explores the role of women under Confucianism, looking at how Asian ideals of feminine virtue cast a shadow across women’s lives.
03:00
DOK
+
Muscle of Mimicry
Did you know that the webs of silk spiders are five times stronger than steel? Today, Danni explores how we can be inspired by nature.
03:30
DOK
+
Dramatic Landscapes
Philippe explores the dramatic landscapes of Yellowstone National Park, Zion National Park, Canada, and a Pacific island.
04:00
DOK
+
Treasure Hunt
Can the scientists build a device for measuring altitude to assist in finding gold, and extract gold from rock or sand?
04:30
DOK
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The Big Smelt
Can the scientists smelt the gold and craft a souvenir from it, using only natural resources?