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DA VINCI Learning DNES
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The End of the Race against Time
In this episode of the Da Vinci Learning series "The signature of life" we explain how a scientist was able to put a new dimension on time.
05:30
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The Man Who Loved Trees
In this episode of the Da Vinci Learning series "The signature of life" we show how trees may aid the development of new anti cancer drugs.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
05:00
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Grand Design & Stretching The Canvas
We consider a universe that includes the grand design spiral. Through dark matter and energy, Hubble helped resolve the age of the universe.
05:30
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Vanishing Points & Still Life?
Monster black holes epitomise extreme physics - even in our Milky Way. Is Hubble paving the way to our discovery of Earth-like planets?
DA VINCI Learning PÁTEK 26.1.
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Bogotá: Building a Sustainable City
Enrique Pe?alosa transformed Bogotá, one of the world's most chaotic cities, into a model of civic-minded and sustainable urban planning.
05:30
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Affordable Green Housing
This episode follows Jonathan Rose through NYC communities where he is putting sustainability within reach of public housing residents.
DA VINCI Learning SOBOTA 27.1.
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Lifestyle and Longevity
We tackle the leading causes of death - cancer, pneumonia, strokes. We talk to health experts and pick up tips on how to prevent diseases.
05:30
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Never Too Old
In the last episode of the series, we explore how to keep our inner child ageless and in the process live a long and happy life.
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 28.1.
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Secret Life of Chaos
Chaos Theory sets out to uncover one of science's greatest mysteries - how a universe that starts off as dust ends up with intelligent life.
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DA VINCI Learning DNES
06:00
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The Super Poopa Sucker
Anish, aged 13, has invented a doggy-doo picker-upper robot that has the capability to find dog poos with the assistance of GPS.
06:25
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Suitcase Car
A suitcase that transforms into a solar powered electric car. Michael, aged 12, thinks this is ideal for the environment and commuters.
06:50
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Conjuring Cards
Jay takes a simple deck of cards and makes some seriously great magic!
07:05
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Mango Mousse
Link prepares a mango mousse - how just a bit of unflavoured gelatin can transform liquid ingredients into something frothy and creamy.
07:20
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Sloppy Joes and Marinated Zucchini Salad
Link presents a vegetarian version of this family favourite, using tofu instead of meat. Tofu is made from soya beans and is spongy.
07:35
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Beachcomber Hut
Find out how to make a beachcomber hut, t-shirt cushions, X-ray telescope and more!
07:55
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Fruit Skewers
Find out how to make fruit skewers, customizable hats and more!
08:15
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Windsock & Fruit Bouquet
Jameson demonstrates how a windsock works. Madi makes a garden path. Christian goes fishing. And Lindsay makes a fruit bouquet.
08:45
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Making Rainbows & Wonderful Water
Madi explains why water is so important. Jameson makes rainbows. Christian pitches a painting. And Lindsay makes a cake on a stick.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
06:00
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The Can Man
Daniel, aged 12, has invented a robotic rubbish bin that takes itself out on rubbish day & brings itself in once the rubbish truck is done.
06:25
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The Choo Coob
Toby, aged 10, has invented a new kind of asthma inhaler that kids will love and have fun with.
06:50
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What a Card
With just a simple deck of cards, Jay pulls off some dazzling card tricks.
07:05
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Buttermilk Biscuits
Link has sure-fire techniques that promise light and tasty buttermilk biscuits. But just a little bit of baking soda can go a long way.
07:20
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Chicken Pot Pie
Link makes a lovely sauce and filling for chicken pot pie. But he learns an important trick - otherwise, the pie could actually explode!
07:35
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French Fry Butterfly
Find out how to make a french fry butterfly, plan a jungle party and more!
07:55
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Table Top Tornado
Find out how to make a croc knocker, sidewalk chalk, a table top tornado and more!
08:15
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Swing High Swing Low & Planet YoYo
Lindsay makes THE tuna fish sandwich. Madi creates a bird bath. Christian makes a home made yoyo. And Jameson takes science to the park.
08:45
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Colourful Carnations & Spooky Balloons
Madi has a tea party. Christian makes spooky decorations. Lindsay makes a dish inspired by bugs. And Jameson makes colourful carnations.
DA VINCI Learning PÁTEK 26.1.
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The Flying Pack
Kenan, aged 8, straps on a device and takes off like superman. His flying pack is a jet-turbine powered pack that you wear to fly around.
06:25
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Paper Blocks
Maia is aged 10 and has invented a paper crushing machine that turns old newspapers into tidy blocks that interlock to make anything!
06:50
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Now You See it, Now You Don't
Jay makes things disappear right before Bridget’s eyes!
07:05
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French Onion Soup
French onion soup requires onions to be chopped before they’re caramelized to a sweet golden brown. And Link’s eyes are tear-filled!
07:20
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Guacamole
Link has an idea for guacamole, served with homemade baked tortilla chips. Link learns a trick for ripening avocados fast - with an apple.
07:35
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Safari Lunchbox
Find out how to make a safari lunchbox, smelly rocks and more!
07:55
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Extra Terrestial Party
Find out how to make a dream catcher, plan an extra terrestrial party and more!
08:15
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Lofty Levers & Pots of Gold
Jameson lifts weights. Christian creates dough. Madi shows us plants named after animals. And Lindsay creates a dish called Pots of Gold.
08:45
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Bubble Gobble & Chopper Landings
Christian makes helicopters. Madi pots the sleeping plant. Jameson takes us on a bubble gobble adventure. Lindsay makes alphabet pikelets.
DA VINCI Learning SOBOTA 27.1.
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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.
06:15
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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.
06:30
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Minestrone Soup
Link has the perfect plan to make a minestrone soup. But he can’t figure out why some of the vegetables need to be sautéed first.
06:45
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Chocolate Zucchini Loaf
Link is okay with veggies for dessert and the proof is a super moist, chocolate-y zucchini loaf. The zucchini will ensure a moist cake.
07:00
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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?
07:10
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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?
07:20
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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?
07:30
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'The Teenager' Get out of Bed Machine
Dylan, aged 8, has invented a bed that wakes you up and automatically gets you dressed and ready for school.
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Trajectory Gold
Gabriel, aged 10, combined playing pool and football into a giant version of pool on a large field where two players kick balls into nets.
08:20
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Acoustic Appeal
Andrew, aged 12, gives a real life feeling of being at a rock concert. Andrew’s design incorporates beat sensitive illuminated clothing.
08:45
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What Are Our Eyes Missing?
Our hosts fly in a police helicopter with infra-red technology. We peer inside a mummy without unwrapping it. And we’ll meet dolphin spies.
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 28.1.
06:00
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Colourful Carnations & Spooky Balloons
Madi has a tea party. Christian makes spooky decorations. Lindsay makes a dish inspired by bugs. And Jameson makes colourful carnations.
06:30
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Lofty Levers & Pots of Gold
Jameson lifts weights. Christian creates dough. Madi shows us plants named after animals. And Lindsay creates a dish called Pots of Gold.
07:00
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Bubble Gobble & Chopper Landings
Christian makes helicopters. Madi pots the sleeping plant. Jameson takes us on a bubble gobble adventure. Lindsay makes alphabet pikelets.
07:30
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Trampoline Powered Gyminator
Melanie, aged 10, has devised a washing line that dries the washing using the power generated by the bouncing motion of the trampoline.
07:55
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The Super Poopa Sucker
Anish, aged 13, has invented a doggy-doo picker-upper robot that has the capability to find dog poos with the assistance of GPS.
08:20
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Suitcase Car
A suitcase that transforms into a solar powered electric car. Michael, aged 12, thinks this is ideal for the environment and commuters.
08:45
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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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DA VINCI Learning DNES
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Parmigianino
Young painter Parmigianino fills Mati and Dada in on the charming myth of Diana and Atteone.
09:25
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Hokusai
The eccentric Japanese painter Hokusai talks about his jaw-dropping "Thirty-Six Views" Fuji mountain's series.
09:35
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Henri Rousseau
Henri Rousseau never left France or saw a real jungle, yet it's all he seemed to paint. Mati and Dada visit him in Paris.
09:45
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Breakdancing
Nykeem links up with Logan, an ambitious young dancer, and guest pro Jim Han to break down the science behind some of their wild moves.
10:00
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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.
10:25
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You're a genius
When Hugo draws a superb boat, everybody loves it and calls him a genius. Mily wonders: What does it mean to be a genius?
10:35
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UFO
Luc knows everything there is to know about aliens and space shuttles. Mily wonders: Do they really exist?
10:45
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Grand Final
The final episode reveals the results of the people’s choice and the top five young inventors have one final chance to pitch their ideas.
11:10
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Re-Cycle Slide
12-year-old Stephanie’s amazing invention is a new waterslide made from recycled materials. The slide is portable, solar powered, and fun!
11:35
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Spare Change
Jay dazzles Bridget with his favorite coin tricks!
11:50
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Hankering for a Handkerchief
With just a simple handkerchief and a few other props, Jay and Bridget pull off some incredible tricks!
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
09:15
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Portable Video Games
Video games are the most popular form of entertainment. When was the first computer game created? How did the console help invent the PC?
09:25
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Yo-Yo
Devil on a rope that conquered the world. Where did it come from? How did it become popular? Where did it find use in the modern world?
09:35
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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?
09:45
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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.
10:00
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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.
10:15
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Double Meaning
When Mily and her friends look at their reflections in destorting mirrors, they realize that what they see doesn't always match reality.
10:25
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I'm the boss
Mily wonders what it means to be a leader and meets up with her mom, dad, and restaurant owner Jacky to find out.
10:35
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Normal
When Mily's the only one at a party who's not dressed up, she feels silly and wonders: What defines 'normal'?
10:45
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Roaster Toaster
10-year-old Matthew decided to take on a see-through toaster. Using a computer, images can also be burnt into the toast as it browns.
11:10
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Home School Train
Dylan is an 8 year-old who has invented an electric pedal-powered train all passengers ride to get to school.
11:35
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Stings and Stuff
Jay and Bridget enlighten us on the secrets behind some of magic’s tried and true classics!
11:50
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Magic Math
Jay and Bridget make magic with numbers!
DA VINCI Learning PÁTEK 26.1.
09:15
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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?
09:25
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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?
09:35
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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?
09:45
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Squash
Noah wants to take his squash game to the next level, and learns how ball deformation can help him come out on top in a match.
10:00
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Swimming
Plunge into the science of swimming. Dr. Heather talks drag, and the episode trio hits the pool for a wet and wild day of fun.
10:15
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What not to say
When Juliette doesn't wear the dress Mily gave her as a birthday present, Mily wonders if she should ask Juliette for an explanation.
10:25
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Want VS Need
Mily wants the latest cool video game but her mom says 'no'. As she wanders around town, she ponders the difference between wants and needs.
10:35
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In the name of the law
When her mom asks her to go tidy her room, Mily cannot help but protest. Yes, it's a house rule, but what is a rule, anyway?!
10:45
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Haul - Ups
16 year-old Melissa created crutches that help injured people move around more easily through a hydraulic system built into the crutch.
11:10
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Jennifer Beckham
While learning to surf, 14 year-old Jennifer came up with a surfboard with small jets to help young surfers catch a wave more easily.
11:35
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Handy Magic
Jay makes great magic using nothing but his bare hands!
11:50
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School Supplies
Jay and Bridget perform incredible magic tricks with everyday school supplies!
DA VINCI Learning SOBOTA 27.1.
09:15
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How High Can I Jump? How Fast Can I Run?
What are our limits? We look at human performance, high tech training tools, then we meet and compete with the world’s fastest human.
09:45
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Playing With Food
Food’s not just for the dinner plate. In this show we wear it, send it into space, build robots with it and learn how to fool taste buds.
10:15
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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.
10:40
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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.
11:05
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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?
11:30
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Pressure
In this episode Steve Spangler uses air pressure to make a 55-gallon steel drum implode.
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 28.1.
09:10
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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!
09:35
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Magnets
Steve Spangler demonstrates unusual, practical, and fun ways to use magnets. Can they help us spot rocks from Outer Space on our roofs?
10:00
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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.
10:25
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M For Mayhem & Act Your Stone Age
JD builds a mini-universe that consumes everyone in the lab! And, JD uses the VR Window to escape to the Stone Age.
10:50
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Static Monstro-city & I Yi-Yi Robot
JD and Kent create a laundry monster that rampages through town. And, the Antimatters create a rogue robot.
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Burpin' Babies & Backpack Payback
Kent’s youth serum turns the gang into screaming babies! And, the Antimatters steal JD’s backpack and discover the portable ALVA.
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Charles Darwin - The Evolution of Species
The Baron's crew find shelter from a dinosaur come to life on board the HMS Beagle where they meet a young scientist, named Charles Darwin.
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DA VINCI Learning DNES
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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.
12:20
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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.
12:35
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Funky T-Shirts
Find out how to put yourself in a celebrity photo, revamp t-shirts and make a target game guaranteed to make you shout "bullseye!"
12:55
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Stretchy Name Plates
Find out how to make stretchy name plates, serve up stripy iced cocktails and make a giant game of garden pool!
13:15
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Sounds of String & Bark Art
Lindsay makes a pyjama shake. Madi makes bark art. Jameson makes the sounds of animals with string. And Christian makes snow globes.
13:45
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Happy Hatchlings & Monster Mash
Lindsay makes monster mash. Christian makes coloured pencil stations. Madi creates a red garden. And Jameson takes a look at hatchlings.
14:15
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Berthe Morisot
Berthe Morisot reveals how to paint the very first impression of everything. "The French" way, with some tea and a croissant.
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Caravaggio
Caravaggio teaches Mati and Dada how to paint with dark shadows and light. The result? Some very dramatic paintings.
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Edgar Degas
During a dance class in Paris, Mati and Dada meet some beautiful ballerinas … drawn and "created" by Edgar Degas.
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Sledge Hockey
Cooper and Cole are brothers who share a love of sledge hockey. Joined by guest pro Jordan, the boys learn about Newton’s third law.
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Para Alpine Skiing
Guest pro Erin heads out to the slalom course. And Dr. Heather explains the role air resistance plays when the team hits the slopes.
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The time machine
Gaspard has invented a cool new machine that makes Mily wonder: What is time perception and how do we deal with time passing by?
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Robot K.O.
When Mily breaks Maceo's robot, he summons her to fix it. Mily wonders: How can we use imagination in our favour?
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Funny family
Mom asks her kids to write a letter to their aunt for GrandMother's day, but Mily finds it strange: An aunt is not a real grandma, right?
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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.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
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Stuffed Baked Potatoes
Some potatoes are perfect for stuffed baked potatoes. It’s always a good idea to prick a few holes in the potato to avoid explosions!
12:20
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Tzatziki
Link has a great recipe for Tzatziki, using the remaining yogurt in the carton as his active culture, demonstrating sterilizing techniques.
12:35
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Custom Mugs
Find out a funky way of saving your souvenirs, come up with a cool way to personalise your own mugs and more!
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Lollipop Soap
Find out a great way to leave messages on your door, make lollipop soap and more!
13:15
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Zany Ziplines & Totally Totem
Jameson shows us how a zany zipline works. Madi makes a totem pole. Christian makes sensational stencils. Lindsay makes fish finger dippers.
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Rain Inside & Chalk Chaps
Jameson makes indoors rain. Christian creates chalk chaps body outlines. Madi sets up a traffic light garden. Lindsay creates an ABC punch.
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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?
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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?
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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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Freestyle Skiing
Charlie is working to get maximum air out of the half pipe with a little help from guest pro Drew and some tips on centripetal acceleration.
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Lacrosse
Lindyn is a lacrosse player. Dr. Heather sends guest pro Kelsey to demonstrate how torque and the axis of rotation can supercharge a shot.
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The right words
When a parrot flies into Mily's bedroom, she wonders: Do parrots talk like humans do? And if so, what language do they speak?
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To work
When Mily and her mom prepare Lola's surprise birthday party, her mom is called away by her boss. Mily wonders: Why is work so important?
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A,E,I,OW,U
Mily is up against Maceo in an important spelling competition but has a major toothache. She wonders: Why is it that we feel pain?
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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!
DA VINCI Learning PÁTEK 26.1.
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Tomato Sauce
Link prepares a basic tomato sauce for spaghetti. But as he brings the sauce to a boil, Link discovers the sauce is bubbling like a volcano.
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Pancakes
Link prepares apple oatmeal pancakes, using baking powder. A science experiment shows how baking powder works in generating fluffy pancakes.
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Matchbox Camera
Find out how to make a camera using just two matchboxes, thread a funky chunky chain belt and create your own rainbow coloured sugar!
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Mouse Storage
Find out how to make a perfect place to store a mouse, create an Ancient Egyptian party and more!
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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.
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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.
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Slime
What is a non-Newtonian fluid? Why are people afraid of mucus? And how to make Halloween decorations at home?
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Whirligig
Why does it whirl without tipping over? How is this grounded in physics? How does the whirligig help planes and ships stay on course?
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Mosaic
Who are the ancient Sumerians and how did monumental painting originate? What effect do mosaics have on children's creativity?
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Football
John wants to throw the perfect spiral. Dr. Heather sends guest pro John Williams to hand off some valuable tips to reduce drag on the ball.
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High Jump
Nykeem and young track star Jaden are bending over backwards trying to perfect their high jump technique. Dr. Heather expands on science.
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Recipe of success
When Mily gets some good grades in school her dad tells her she can become very successful in life. Mily wonders: What does success entail?
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Fair shares
Mily has to share a cake with three friends and Pop but is unsure how to divide it. Should it be split into five or six pieces?
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Inseparable
Mily and Juliette fail to memorize their lines for the school play and blame each other. Mily wonders: What defines a good friendship?
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What Are Our Eyes Missing?
Our hosts fly in a police helicopter with infra-red technology. We peer inside a mummy without unwrapping it. And we’ll meet dolphin spies.
DA VINCI Learning SOBOTA 27.1.
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Monks of the Golden Triangle
A group of young monks gallops through the north of Thailand on a mission to ‘convert’ 7-year-old Pumbui to a life without crime and drugs.
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The Children Parliament of Rajasthan
13-year-old Neraj is the children's minister of agriculture of Rajasthan. Neraj is tackling water supply in villages facing drought.
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Burundi - Land of Rhythm
In Burundi, a country tainted by civil war, drumming gives hope for a new beginning. To pass the tradition on drummers rely on young talent.
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The Forerunners of Modern Art: Post-Impressionism of the late 19th Century
Post-Impressionists developed unique styles by casting off the restraints of Impressionism. By doing so they paved the way for modern art.
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Experimental Art: Art in the 20th Century
Impressionism was the prelude to modern art in the 20th century. Artists explored their own originality, expressing their inner state.
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The Victory of Modernism: Art in the 20th Century
In the 20th century, schools of modern art have been rising and declining. The absurdity of World War I brough about Dadaism and Surrealism.
14:00
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Switching Frames
Jeremie explores how frames and background change the way a picture looks, creates a flying dragon and shows us how to draw with spaghetti!
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Scanzooka!
Jeremie shows you how to make prints, how to create your own version of Russian nesting dolls, and how to make a 3D avatar out of cardboard.
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Underground Cave Jar
Jeremie shows us how to make enchanting underground caves in a jar, creates a tiny airplane for a panda and running shoe art!
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Bobble Head Audience
Jeremie makes some people with wobbly heads, creates wrapping paper and explores a drawing exercise that captures body expressions.
15:55
DOK
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Aerodynamics
While doing geometry experiments on paper airplanes, Hamza notices the shape of things makes a lot of difference when they move through air.
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 28.1.
12:05
DOK
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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.
12:30
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Cooling
Cooling is more than a luxury. Nowadays it is a necessity. Discover the historical development of cooling machines here!
13:00
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Light
Explore historical developments and modern-day lighting innovations that could change the future!
13:30
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Shoot & Score
In this episode the competitors are paired with a Toronto FC player. Who takes the best action shot and wins the hotshot challenge?
13:55
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Sun
Harrison takes a close look at the biggest star in our solar system - the sun. Without the sun, we wouldn’t… we couldn’t, even be here!
14:20
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Growth
Harrison finds out if girls grow faster than boys, if you can grow taller, and what the difference between humans and other creatures is.
14:45
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Solids, Liquids & Gases
Harrison’s attic is full of magic with instant ice cream, a flying guinea pig and a magician who makes water appear from nowhere!
15:10
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How Can We Warm Up Winter Fun?
We join the hunt for the perfect single snowflake and turn ice into works of art while our hosts learn to build a monster snow fort.
15:40
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Living Underwater
Our hosts learn to play hockey underwater, dive without tanks on one breath, and visit a research laboratory on the ocean floor.
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16:00
DA VINCI Learning DNES
16:00
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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.
16:15
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.
16:30
DOK
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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?
16:55
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Best of Finding Stuff Out
The final show of the first season brings together highlights of the previous fifteen episodes.
17:20
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Structures
Harrison finds out how animals have been building structures for millions of years, as well as the best way to build structures.
17:50
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Food & Nutrition
Harrison learns how healthy food helps us grow, why foods taste different between boys and girls, and which junk food pretend to be healthy.
18:20
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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!
18:45
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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!
19:10
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.
19:35
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.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
16:15
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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.
16:45
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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.
17:15
DOK
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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?
17:40
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Pressure
In this episode Steve Spangler uses air pressure to make a 55-gallon steel drum implode.
18:05
DOK
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Stained Glass Sun Catchers
Jeremie recycles plastic to create stained glass sun catchers, creates a pillow and builds some crew dudes out of cardboard rolls.
18:35
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Surprise Joke Painting
Jeremie makes a funny addition to a painting, creates some magic light gloves with LED's and weaves chip bags into something special.
19:05
DOK
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Photo Print
Jeremie makes a print out of a photograph, a windsock out of chips bags and some animals out of pipe cleaners.
19:35
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Talking Door Alarm
Jeremie shows how to make a talking door alarm, paint a lunchbox to look like it’s made of rocks and use a scanner to create cool art.
DA VINCI Learning PÁTEK 26.1.
16:15
DOK
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How High Can I Jump? How Fast Can I Run?
What are our limits? We look at human performance, high tech training tools, then we meet and compete with the world’s fastest human.
16:45
DOK
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Playing With Food
Food’s not just for the dinner plate. In this show we wear it, send it into space, build robots with it and learn how to fool taste buds.
17:15
DOK
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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!
17:40
DOK
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Fungal Bungle & Water Friends For?
Kent attempts to cure his toe fungus before it mutates into a replica of himself! And The Secret Lab Kids help aliens find a "treasure" ...
18:05
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Dancing Machine & Ape Escape
Von Bolt wears a remote controlled dance outfit. And, a female gorilla escapes from the zoo. Can the Secret Lad Kids lure her back?
18:30
DOK
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Gunpowder
Explore the historical development of gunpowder and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
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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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.
19:45
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.
DA VINCI Learning SOBOTA 27.1.
16:20
DOK
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Spirals
Koolkatt tries to hypnotize Hamza with spirals. Why are spirals so captivating?
16:45
DOK
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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.
17:10
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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!
17:35
DOK
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Illusions of Touch
Our sense of touch is able to recognize a lot of things, even when we don’t use our eyes. But how does touch connect to our brain?
18:05
DOK
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Fooling the Tongue and the Nose
Our tongue and nose are significant organs. But they affect more than our biological needs. They affect even our memories and emotions.
18:35
DOK
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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.
19:05
DOK
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Nature That’s ‘Plane’ to See
Danni Washington flies planes in tight formation to mimic the flight patterns of birds. How exactly did birds inspire the first airplanes?
19:30
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Bio-Based Building
Host Danni explores the Bullit Center that mimics a tree. It creates its own energy, collects its own water, and recycles its own waste.  
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 28.1.
16:10
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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.
16:40
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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.
16:55
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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.
17:10
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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 …
17:25
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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.
17:50
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Air Pressure
Phil uses air pressure to make a giant rocket. Plus, he blows up a bottle with liquid nitrogen and crushes a steel drum using air pressure.
18:15
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Simple Machines
Phil uses the power of simple machines to move a machine he could barely budge. Plus, lift yourself with one finger and discover the wheel.
18:40
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States of Matter
Phil fills a giant trough with cornstarch mud to see if it’s solid enough to run across. Plus, a giant sledgehammer made of frozen pumpkin.
19:05
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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.
19:30
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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.
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20:00
DA VINCI Learning DNES
20:00
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Civilisation
Amanda explores the world’s first law codes regulating women, and uncovers a group of great women who created their own routes to power.
21:00
DOK
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Separation
Amanda explores the role of women under Confucianism, looking at how Asian ideals of feminine virtue cast a shadow across women’s lives.
22:00
DOK
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Eye of the Beholder & Universe In Bloom
A daring rescue turns Hubble from failure to success, while its planetary nebulae help astronomers understand the death and birth of stars.
22:30
DOK
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Painted by Light & Masterpiece
Understanding a Hubble picture is understanding light in space. Spitzer elaborates the science behind the image of the Orion Nebula.
23:00
DOK
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To Infinity and Beyond
In 1900, the French mathematician Hilbert identified the most important unsolved mathematical mysteries. How many have been solved by now?
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
20:00
DOK
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Chasing Perfection - part 1
Following athletes from birth to the elite start line, we’ll discuss whether the human race is evolving by improving sports performance.
21:00
DOK
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Chasing Perfection - part 2
We'll try to explore the role of the mind in making champions, and whether we can continue to be stronger, faster and go further.
22:00
DOK
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Adaptive Reuse in the Netherlands
Dutch planners create a sustainable development in Amsterdam’s abandoned dockyards, offering an alternative to the trappings of the sprawl.
22:30
DOK
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Architecture 2030
Can policy change and education avert a climate crisis? Ed Mazria is committing to a carbon-neutral building sector by the year 2030.
23:00
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.
DA VINCI Learning PÁTEK 26.1.
20:00
DOK
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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!
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
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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?
22:30
DOK
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Eyes Wide Open
What are the common and uncommon causes of insomnia? What triggers insomnia? What can insomniacs do to improve their sleep?
23:00
DOK
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Out of Thin Air
One of science’s great odd couples discover oxygen, overturning the reigning theory of chemistry and triggering a search for new elements.
DA VINCI Learning SOBOTA 27.1.
20:00
DOK
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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
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Secret Life of Chaos
Chaos Theory sets out to uncover one of science's greatest mysteries - how a universe that starts off as dust ends up with intelligent life.
22:00
DOK
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Ye Gods
The first programme looks at religion – how Christianity, Islam and the pagan culture of ancient Greece has each influenced the other.
22:50
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Feelings
Matthew Collings goes in search of the origins of putting man at the centre of art - from Renaissance Italy to the French Revolution.
23:35
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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.
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 28.1.
20:00
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Unruly Elements
Dmitri Mendeleev's Periodic Table brings order to the elements. But this order is shattered when Marie Curie discovers radioactivity.
21:00
DOK
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Into the Atom
Glenn Seaborg creates manmade plutonium that changes the world forever, unleashing a force of unimaginable destruction: the atomic bomb.
22:00
DOK
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Einstein's Nightmare
That nature is governed by chance undermined theory of relativity. Does reality exist, or do we conjure it into existence by observation?
23:00
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.
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00:00
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
00:00
DOK
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Einstein's Nightmare
That nature is governed by chance undermined theory of relativity. Does reality exist, or do we conjure it into existence by observation?
01:00
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.
02:00
DOK
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Talking Primes
In this episode of the Da Vinci Learning series "Music of the primes" we investigate the uniqueness of the prime numbers.
02:30
DOK
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Prime Patterns
In this episode of the Da Vinci Learning series "Music of the primes" we explore the important work of the mathematician Bernhard Riemann.
03:00
DOK
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Living for the Queen
Follow an internationally renowned beekeeper over several months as he breeds queen bees and passed on his unparalleled knowledge to you!
04:00
DOK
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Flight of the Stork
Follow white storks on their seasonal journeys between Central Europe and their African winter quarters!
DA VINCI Learning PÁTEK 26.1.
00:00
DOK
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Civilisation
Amanda explores the world’s first law codes regulating women, and uncovers a group of great women who created their own routes to power.
01:00
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.
02:00
DOK
+
Eye of the Beholder & Universe In Bloom
A daring rescue turns Hubble from failure to success, while its planetary nebulae help astronomers understand the death and birth of stars.
02:30
DOK
+
Painted by Light & Masterpiece
Understanding a Hubble picture is understanding light in space. Spitzer elaborates the science behind the image of the Orion Nebula.
03:00
DOK
+
The End of Ageing - Part One
Can science help you cheat death? What is our current life expectancy? How does it compare across the world?
03:25
DOK
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The End of Ageing - Part Two
What impact will longer life have on on our finances and societies? How do the current pensions and healthcare compare across the world?
04:00
DOK
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Tuberculosis: The White Death
The film tracks the historical evolution, showcases the destruction, and unravels the science behind tuberculosis.
04:45
DOK
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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.
DA VINCI Learning SOBOTA 27.1.
00:00
DOK
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Chasing Perfection - part 1
Following athletes from birth to the elite start line, we’ll discuss whether the human race is evolving by improving sports performance.
01:00
DOK
+
Chasing Perfection - part 2
We'll try to explore the role of the mind in making champions, and whether we can continue to be stronger, faster and go further.
02:00
DOK
+
Adaptive Reuse in the Netherlands
Dutch planners create a sustainable development in Amsterdam’s abandoned dockyards, offering an alternative to the trappings of the sprawl.
02:30
DOK
+
Architecture 2030
Can policy change and education avert a climate crisis? Ed Mazria is committing to a carbon-neutral building sector by the year 2030.
03:00
DOK
+
Power to the People
Join James in searching for brighter, more powerful and technologically forward-thinking sources of energy.
04:00
DOK
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Connected
Connected examines the baffling idea of a pervasive law at the core of nature, a fundamental law, governing networks from viruses to people.
04:45
DOK
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Global Observation
Abundant and easy to grow, microalgae are a promising feedstock for the sustainable supply of food and non-food products.
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 28.1.
00:00
DOK
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The Frontiers of Space
Solving mathematical problems became a popular activity in the 16th century, resulting in jealous and cheating mathematicians.
01:00
DOK
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To Infinity and Beyond
In 1900, the French mathematician Hilbert identified the most important unsolved mathematical mysteries. How many have been solved by now?
02:00
DOK
+
Civilisation
Amanda explores the world’s first law codes regulating women, and uncovers a group of great women who created their own routes to power.
03:00
DOK
+
Facial Recognition: Israel
Our personalities are written on our faces, or so says the proverb. But what if your entire history could be known with one glance?
03:30
DOK
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Solar Valley: China
China's air is suffering from the strain of a high-production society. But they've created a new valley of the Sun that could change that.
04:00
DOK
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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?
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 29.1.
00:00
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.
01:00
DOK
+
Out of Thin Air
One of science’s great odd couples discover oxygen, overturning the reigning theory of chemistry and triggering a search for new elements.
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
+
Talking Primes
In this episode of the Da Vinci Learning series "Music of the primes" we investigate the uniqueness of the prime numbers.
03:30
DOK
+
Prime Patterns
In this episode of the Da Vinci Learning series "Music of the primes" we explore the important work of the mathematician Bernhard Riemann.
04:00
DOK
+
Unruly Elements
Dmitri Mendeleev's Periodic Table brings order to the elements. But this order is shattered when Marie Curie discovers radioactivity.