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STRUČNĚ
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5:00
DA VINCI Learning DNES
05:00
DOK
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Time and Transmitters
Can the scientists create a radio, clock, and kite using only natural resources?
05:30
DOK
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Feel the Heat
Can the scientists create a freezer, thermometer, and sunscreen, using only natural resources?
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
05:00
DOK
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Gold Rush
Can the scientists collect gold from a river, build a metal detector, and construct a super-accurate balance?
05:30
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 SOBOTA 22.9.
05:00
DOK
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Treasure Hunt
Can the scientists build a device for measuring altitude to assist in finding gold, and extract gold from rock or sand?
05:30
DOK
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The Big Smelt
Can the scientists smelt the gold and craft a souvenir from it, using only natural resources?
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 23.9.
05:00
DOK
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Spacesuit
Can the scientists design a cooling system for a spacesuit by using only natural resources?
05:30
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Impact
Can the scientists measure the size of the meteor that created Barringer Meteor Crater by using only natural resources?
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 24.9.
05:00
DOK
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Shipwrecked
Can the scientists build a submersible exploration vehicle, determine when low tide occurs and purify the water supply?
05:30
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Lost at Sea
Can the scientists build a distress flare, an emergency life jacket, and create a beacon light which is activated by seawater?
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6:00
DA VINCI Learning DNES
06:00
DOK
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Science Magic & Pasta Palace
Madi makes garden gifts. Jameson demonstrates magic experiments. Christian makes a treasure map puzzle. And Lindsay makes a pasta palace.
06:30
DOK
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Cricket
Cricket star Darius D’Souza mentors two friends who share a keen passion for the game. Dr. Heather breaks down Darius’ wicked swing bowl.
06:40
DOK
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Tennis
With tips from guest pro Daniel and some scientific insight from Dr. Heather, there is no stopping Chloe on her way to tennis court.
06:50
DOK
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Skateboard
A board on wheels turned out to be a cult thing for millions. What are olli, flip and grind? How does skateboarding relate to surfing?
07:00
DOK
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Tiling
Hamza likes to do crafts on cold 'indoor' days, and decides to replicate the patterns in his quilt with geometric shapes.
07:25
DOK
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Cooling
Cooling is more than a luxury. Nowadays it is a necessity. Discover the historical development of cooling machines here!
07:55
DOK
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Sumatra: A New Chance for the Orangutans
Today, about 6,000 orangutans live on Sumatra. Palm oil plantations are destroying their habitat, and many locals regard them as playthings.
08:05
DOK
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Cambodia: Soun and the Snakes
When the forests in Cambodia sink into water during rainy season, the fishermen leave their floating villages to catch water snakes.
08:20
DOK
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Swimming with Elephants
Find out how to surround yourself in a cloud of butterflies with simple paints and pens. Then, dive into the pool with an African elephant.
08:35
DOK
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Climate 2: Origins
Maestro and his young team learn about the changes to the Earth's climate over the millennia.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
06:00
DOK
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Marine Creatures & Bubble Painting
Lindsay makes simple sushi. Madi makes a guinea pig garden. Christian makes wonderful bubble art. And Jameson visits an aquarium.
06:30
DOK
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Chicken Fingers
Link demonstrates some basic kitchen hygiene while preparing chicken fingers. Raw foods have the potential to host salmonella.
06:40
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Sushi
Sushi is a popular meal comprised of seaweed, fresh vegetables and rice. Link discovers why he needs to use a sticky, short-grain rice.
07:00
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.
07:25
DOK
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Light
Explore historical developments and modern-day lighting innovations that could change the future!
07:55
DOK
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An Unusual Extended Family
A priest has adopted children from far-flung corners of Russia. The sense of belonging is reinforced by singing in choir - at a prison.
08:05
DOK
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An Orphanage on an Arctic Expedition
Northern Greenland is home to the world’s northernmost orphanage. Ten youths will learn to survive so they can cope better with life.
08:20
DOK
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Bull in the Studio
The stonefish isn't only known for being ugly; it's also extremely deadly. Plus, a Charolais bull visits the studio, and nothing is safe.
08:35
DOK
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Farming
Where does your food come from and how is it produced? The Planet Guards answer these questions and many more!
DA VINCI Learning SOBOTA 22.9.
06:00
DOK
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Domino Effect & Garden Hide-Out
Madi builds a garden hide. Christian builds a cardboard box city. Lindsay makes fruity ice blocks. And Jameson shows the domino effect.
06:30
DOK
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Fossil Fossicking & Balloon Rocket
Jameson decides to do fossil fossicking. Madi makes a desert garden. Lindsay makes pyramid puffs. And Christian makes a balloon rocket.
07:00
DOK
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Hokusai
The eccentric Japanese painter Hokusai talks about his jaw-dropping "Thirty-Six Views" Fuji mountain's series.
07:10
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The Perfect Storm
A small ship on the ocean is caught in a horrible storm. Watch the rescue action with Marvi!
07:35
DOK
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Mermaids of the Mangroves and Maya Caves
Join Marvi as he watches scientists as they venture in to the center of the Earth to find new plant and animal species.
08:00
DOK
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Caligula and the Deadly Plague
Emperor Caligula collects seashells instead of invading Britain. King Henry VIII does whatever he wants and the Plague beats the Scots.
08:30
DOK
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Paint Like a Caveman and Forgotten Code
Learn to paint like a caveman. The Romans have fights, the Saxons have strange cures, and the Incredible Incas have a music video exclusive.
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 23.9.
06:00
DOK
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Sink or Float & Magic Carpets
Christian makes a backyard mini golf course. Madi makes a pizza garden. Jameson tests what fruits float. And Lindsay makes magic carpets.
06:30
DOK
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Absorbing Science & Dinosaur Diorama
Christian makes a dinosaur diorama. Madi saves water. Jameson transfers water without touching it. And Lindsay makes treasure chests.
07:00
DOK
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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.
07:10
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Giants of Etosha and Lifestyles of the Wet and Muddy
In this episode, join Marvi and meet crabs, elephants and some feisty ants!
07:35
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Frog Hunters and Great Grizz
Explore a frog that can help cure illnesses and meet an animal photographer who is particularly interested in grizzly bears!
08:00
DOK
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Amazing Saliva and the First to be Treated
Dr. Chris and Dr. Xand show how amazing saliva is, and discover how birds of prey can help at the hospital.
08:30
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Out of the Corner of my Eye
The doctors discover special eye cells and meet a hospital entertainer. Dr. Chris visits a lab to see how blood is made from stem cells.
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 24.9.
06:00
DOK
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Rain Gauge & Plant Printed Placemats
Jameson makes a rain gauge. Lindsay prepares corn on the cob. Madi makes a sprout caterpillar. And Christian makes plant printed placements.
06:30
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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.
06:45
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Kazakhstan
The protagonists go to the beautiful country Kazakhstan. They travel the Silk Road and unravel the mystery of the Akyrtas stone complex.
06:50
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Mexico
The heroes travel to Mexico. They discover exotic nature and the ancient history of the country. They also plunge into its modern life.
07:00
DOK
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Spirals
Koolkatt tries to hypnotize Hamza with spirals. Why are spirals so captivating?
07:25
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Telephone
Explore the historical development of telephony and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
07:55
DOK
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Joaquim's Wild Riders
On Joaquim`s farm street kids can be kids but they also get to learn about responsibility as they have to take care of their very own horse.
08:05
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Mother of Bonobos
Claudine and her staff raise orphan bonobos whose parents have ended up as bush meat. Claudine saves them from a life in tiny cages.
08:20
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Bike-riding Owl
Who do you think would win a battle between a porcupine and a lion? It might surprise you, even as much as seeing an owl riding a bike.
08:35
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Biodiversity
The Planet Guards dedicate themselves to protecting Earth's natural biodiversity.
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9:00
DA VINCI Learning DNES
09:00
DOK
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Santos Dumont, the Wright Brothers and the Dream of Flying
Santos Dumont makes a spectacular appearance in a hot-air balloon to demonstrate how objects lighter than air can remain suspended in air.
09:25
DOK
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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!
09:50
DOK
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Rembrandt
A mysterious monkey hides in Mati and Dada's room. It seems like he belongs to a very famous painter from Amsterdam ...
10:00
DOK
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Optical Fibres
How do optical fibres function? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
10:25
DOK
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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.
10:35
DOK
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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.
10:50
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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.
11:00
DOK
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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!
11:25
DOK
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Water
Harrison’s water is shut off because of a water main break, so he’s extra interested in how water is formed, and how we can conserve it.
11:45
DOK
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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.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
09:00
DOK
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Jang Yeong-sil - History and Principles of Time Measurement
The Baron invites onstage a specialist for time from medieval Korea: Jang Yeong-sil who creates a machine that tells the time automatically.
09:25
DOK
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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.
09:50
DOK
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Paul Klee
Strange puppets, flying fish and a funny sing-along waltz: Mati and Dada find themselves trapped in a Paul Klee dream!
10:00
DOK
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Like Clockwork
How many spikes does a hedgehog have? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
10:25
DOK
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Waves
In this episode, surfer Chayenne finds out what waves are. Can she create the most beautiful wave on earth?
10:35
DOK
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Plastic
In order to reduce plastic waste, Mona from Amsterdam melts and molds plastic and turns it into a beautiful vase.
10:50
DOK
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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'?
11:00
DOK
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Monkey Face
Jeremie makes a monkey face, a periscope, and a squid out of bendy straws and packing tape!
11:25
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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.
11:45
DOK
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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.
DA VINCI Learning SOBOTA 22.9.
09:00
DOK
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Great Songs from the Series
A compilation of songs from the series, from Ancient Greece to World War II.
09:30
DOK
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Light
Explore historical developments and modern-day lighting innovations that could change the future!
09:55
DOK
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Vibrobot
Vibration is the idea behind a shaky vibrobot – one maxed out enough so Phil can ride it! Plus, suspending water in mid-air and lasers!
10:15
DOK
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Man Ray
Is taking pictures without a camera impossible? In this episode, Mati and Dada learn how to take pictures the "Man Ray" way.
10:25
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.
10:35
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.
10:55
DOK
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Treasure Map
Jeremie shows how to make a treasure map look old, makes a cardboard flower, and creates a spinning top with a paintbrush and cardboard.
11:20
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.
11:50
DOK
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Hoop
Who came up with the first hoop? What would happen if you were to twist a hoop for a long time? And why does the world twist but not Japan?
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 23.9.
09:00
DOK
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The Immunity Army
Dr. Chris and Dr. Xand reveal the amazing germ-fighters that make up your immune system, and find out how to clean a baby's incubator.
09:30
DOK
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Telephone
Explore the historical development of telephony and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
09:55
DOK
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Hot Air Balloon
A home-made hot air balloon gets turned into a floating monstrosity! Plus, Phil wears a suit of blubber and gets into a tub of ice water.
10:15
DOK
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Michelangelo
When Mati and Dada hang out with legendary painter and sculptor Michelangelo, they spot a sculpture that seems to be alive …
10:25
DOK
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Sun
To find out why summers In Sweden are so bright, 12-year-old Amanda creates her own sun clock and builds a gigantic flying sausage.
10:35
DOK
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Floating/Sinking
Eleven-year-old Jacob from Sweden wonders why ships don’t sink but a stone does. To find out, he does all kinds of fun tests.
10:55
DOK
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Secret Art
Jeremie shows us how to make art with secrets, inspires us to take photos in new ways and encourages us to celebrate the art we create.
11:20
DOK
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How Does Science Solve Crimes?
The hosts take a crash course in crime scene investigation - from the science of fingerprints to DNA. Who’s the best detective?
11:50
DOK
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Skip Jack
What is a super ball? What did a chemist do in the lab in his spare time? What does that have to do with the space race?
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 24.9.
09:00
DOK
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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.
09:25
DOK
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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.
09:50
DOK
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René Magritte
Who is the real René Magritte among all those men with bowler hats? Join Mati and Dada as they try to solve a new intriguing art puzzle.
10:00
DOK
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Kaleidoscopic Mission
How can you keep your groceries cold without putting them in the fridge? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
10:25
DOK
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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?
10:35
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Lenses
Jefferson from Chile wants to see the stars and is determined to build his own telescope. Will he succeed?
10:50
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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.
11:00
DOK
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Snowball Throwing Yeti
Jeremie creates an amazing snowball-throwing Yeti, a stone bird sculpture, and a puff paint butterfly!
11:25
DOK
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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
DOK
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Bowling
Guest pro Melissa inspires Jennifer and Nykeem with some strikes, and Dr. Heather rolls out the science of momentum.
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12:00
DA VINCI Learning DNES
12:00
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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.
12:15
DOK
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The Immunity Army
Dr. Chris and Dr. Xand reveal the amazing germ-fighters that make up your immune system, and find out how to clean a baby's incubator.
12:45
DOK
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Great Songs from the Series
A compilation of songs from the series, from Ancient Greece to World War II.
13:15
DOK
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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.
13:40
DOK
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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?
14:05
DOK
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Love in the Desert and Sharks
True love is in the air. Join Marvi as he venture on a journey to Africa and meet some white sharks.
14:30
DOK
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Kung Fu - China's Female Fighters
Guo Jia attends the only Kung Fu school in China for girls. Jumping over roofs and climbing up walls are now put to the test.
14:40
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The Jungle Orchestra
Simon plays violin in a village bordering the jungle in Bolivia. Now he is about to leave it for the first time for a performance in Peru.
14:55
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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?
15:05
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Responses to Renaissance from Other Countries: Renaissance in Venice and Other Regions in Europe
The artists in north Europe turned the Gothic tradition into detailed realism. These were the counterparts of the Italian Renaissance.
15:30
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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?
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
12:00
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Neck like an Umbrella
Having a neck like an umbrella can certainly lead to some pretty peculiar behaviors. Plus, some slithery, scaly guests stop by the studio.
12:15
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Seeing From Inside
The doctors find out why we burp and find out what it takes to be a good ambulance driver. Dr. Xand visits the Radiology department.
12:45
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Aztec Home Cooking and Victorian Manners
The Aztecs had some strange dishes. Dick Turpin sings a song, Queen Elizabeth moves house and the Victorians give a lesson in manners.
13:15
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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.
13:40
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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.
14:05
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Aborigines and Koalas
The Australian animal life is explored. Watch koala bears in hospitals and meet the first inhabitants of Australia: the aborigines.
14:30
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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.
14:40
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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.
14:55
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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?
15:05
DOK
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Evolution From Inside Out
Some of the most interesting adaptations in the animal world are invisible - internal changes that have helped them survive.
15:30
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.
DA VINCI Learning SOBOTA 22.9.
12:00
DOK
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Seeing and Being Seen
Animals have adapted their eyes both to change the way they see and to change the way they are seen by others.
12:25
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Kangaroo Kick
Just how powerful is a kangaroo kick? Plus, we get up close and personal with the biggest predator we could find: the killer whale.
12:40
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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.
13:05
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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.
13:30
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?
13:55
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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.
14:20
DOK
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Cambodia: Soun and the Snakes
When the forests in Cambodia sink into water during rainy season, the fishermen leave their floating villages to catch water snakes.
14:30
DOK
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An Unusual Extended Family
A priest has adopted children from far-flung corners of Russia. The sense of belonging is reinforced by singing in choir - at a prison.
14:50
DOK
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Santos Dumont, the Wright Brothers and the Dream of Flying
Santos Dumont makes a spectacular appearance in a hot-air balloon to demonstrate how objects lighter than air can remain suspended in air.
15:15
DOK
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Gunpowder
Explore the historical development of gunpowder and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
15:40
DOK
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Generating Electricity
Phil finds out how much power can be generated by a human being? Plus, how a generator works, make your wind turbine, and a solar panel!
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 23.9.
12:00
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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.
12:25
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Killer Whale Check-up
We give a 6-tonne killer whale a healthy check-up, meet a tailless scorpion, then see just how powerful the incredible edible crab can be.
12:40
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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.
13:05
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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?
13:30
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Museum Science
Host Steve Spangler creates experiments based on the Mummies, dinosaurs and germs on display at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.
13:55
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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.
14:20
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An Orphanage on an Arctic Expedition
Northern Greenland is home to the world’s northernmost orphanage. Ten youths will learn to survive so they can cope better with life.
14:30
DOK
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Joaquim's Wild Riders
On Joaquim`s farm street kids can be kids but they also get to learn about responsibility as they have to take care of their very own horse.
14:50
DOK
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Jang Yeong-sil - History and Principles of Time Measurement
The Baron invites onstage a specialist for time from medieval Korea: Jang Yeong-sil who creates a machine that tells the time automatically.
15:15
DOK
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Flight
Mankind has been flying for over a century. So what will be the next quirky discovery for flight?
15:40
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Electromagnet
Phil tries to make the strongest electromagnet he can. Plus, hel tries to make it to the North Pole using a compass.
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 24.9.
12:00
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Tails that Talk
Did you know that some animals have tails that can talk? Plus, visit the world of the little rabbit and see what it takes to charm a cobra.
12:15
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The Pancreas and the Postman
The Doctors reveal the amazing job your pancreas does and they meet the hospital postman. Dr. Xand investigates Bioglass.
12:45
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Stupid Ways to Win a Battle
Winning a battle wasn't easy in olden days. The Kings and Queens of England sing a merry song and pets are better off these days.
13:15
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Paper Airplane
Phil tries to make a giant paper airplane to see if it will still fly. Plus, terminal velocity and indoor tornadoes!
13:40
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Crazy Science Tricks
Steve Spangler does an experiment to make a can of potato chips fly. He shows how to dodge a ball heading for your head.
14:05
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Honey Badgers and Manatees
Marvi meets the courageous honey badger and explores the sleeping habits of manatees. Join him here!
14:30
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Light
Explore historical developments and modern-day lighting innovations that could change the future!
14:55
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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?
15:05
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Futile Attraction & Skin Deep
Kent turns into a living magnet! And, with his new prosthetic skin, Von Bolt looks like a top model!
15:35
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Mother Nature Takes On Climate Change
Danni follows scientists and inventors as they turn to Nature to help us cope with climate change.
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16:00
DA VINCI Learning DNES
16:00
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Seeing From Inside
The doctors find out why we burp and find out what it takes to be a good ambulance driver. Dr. Xand visits the Radiology department.
16:30
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Aztec Home Cooking and Victorian Manners
The Aztecs had some strange dishes. Dick Turpin sings a song, Queen Elizabeth moves house and the Victorians give a lesson in manners.
17:00
DOK
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Earthquake-Proof
Phil tries to build a tower strong enough to withstand an earthquake. Plus, balancing on wood, and getting sucked into sand!
17:25
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DIY Toys
Steve Spangler shows how you can use science to make toys and create amazing bubbles.
17:50
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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.
18:10
DOK
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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?
18:20
DOK
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Tropical Mask
Jeremie makes a tropical mask, a floating clay octopus, and a talking lunchbox.
18:45
DOK
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The Mine Clearing Rat
Offspring - a success for a breed of rats that are able to smell TNT. In a matter of weeks the little one learns how to find buried mines.
18:55
DOK
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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.
19:10
DOK
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Projectiles in Sports
Hamza tries to juggle a football, a baseball, and a hockey puck but quickly loses control. Each has a different size and shape. Why?
19:35
DOK
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Chachapoyas and Meerkats
In this episode, Marvi takes a look at meerkats and accompany a team of scholars searching for the Chachapoyas, an ancient Andean-tribe.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
16:00
DOK
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The Pancreas and the Postman
The Doctors reveal the amazing job your pancreas does and they meet the hospital postman. Dr. Xand investigates Bioglass.
16:30
DOK
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Stupid Ways to Win a Battle
Winning a battle wasn't easy in olden days. The Kings and Queens of England sing a merry song and pets are better off these days.
17:00
DOK
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Loudest Sound
Phil bends the power of sound to his will by making the loudest sound he can. Plus, make cornstarch mud dance, and shatter a wine glass!
17:25
DOK
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Electricity
Steve Spangler does fun experiments based on the science of electricity.
17:50
DOK
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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.
18:10
DOK
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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?
18:20
DOK
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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.
18:45
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.
18:55
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.
19:10
DOK
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Symmetry
Hamza has an irresistible urge to straighten two framed portraits, to make them match. How come? Because the human brain loves symmetry!
19:35
DOK
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T-Rex Skeleton and Pirate Ships
In this episode, Marvi takea a look at T-Rex Skeletons and pirates! Will they find Black Sam’s famously hidden treasure?
DA VINCI Learning SOBOTA 22.9.
16:05
DOK
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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.
16:30
DOK
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Camel Racing
We take a close-up look at aa man-eating tiger, but not too close. Plus, we embark on a friendly, old-fashioned competition: camel racing.
16:45
DOK
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How Does Science Solve Crimes?
The hosts take a crash course in crime scene investigation - from the science of fingerprints to DNA. Who’s the best detective?
17:15
DOK
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Acid
Petra from Sweden loves berries but wonders why some of them are so sour. To find out, she travels to the woods at night …
17:25
DOK
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Static Electricity
Dutch Iwan is fascinated by lightning and experiments with static electricity. Will he be able to produce real lightning flashes?
17:45
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.
18:10
DOK
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Color Science
Steve Spangler reveals the secrets of colour, with amazing experiments that can be done at home.
18:35
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?
19:00
DOK
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Aztec Home Cooking and Victorian Manners
The Aztecs had some strange dishes. Dick Turpin sings a song, Queen Elizabeth moves house and the Victorians give a lesson in manners.
19:30
DOK
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Stupid Ways to Win a Battle
Winning a battle wasn't easy in olden days. The Kings and Queens of England sing a merry song and pets are better off these days.
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 23.9.
16:05
DOK
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Evolving From the Neck Up
Some animals have evolved by adapting from the neck up. There's a reason why vultures are bald and why orangutans have floppy-cheeks.
16:30
DOK
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Climbing Leopard Hides his Prey up a Tree
What exactly do leopards do up in the trees? We'll find out. Plus, hear the amazing story of a South African girl trapped by a deadly cobra.
16:45
DOK
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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.
17:15
DOK
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Illusions
Olivier's legs are missing but when he wears his prosthetics and trousers, nobody knows. In this episode, Olivier learns about illusion.
17:25
DOK
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Wind
Stan loves to kite surf. In this episode, he finds out how to jump as high as he can, using the extraordinary powers of the wind.
17:45
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.
18:10
DOK
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Hardware
Steve Spangler creates some amazing projects – based on science – that can be built with things you can buy at a hardware store.
18:35
DOK
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Sticky Science
Danni explores the many ways in which inventors have been inspired by nature, such as robots that can pick-up objects thanks to bugs.
19:00
DOK
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Seeing From Inside
The doctors find out why we burp and find out what it takes to be a good ambulance driver. Dr. Xand visits the Radiology department.
19:30
DOK
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The Pancreas and the Postman
The Doctors reveal the amazing job your pancreas does and they meet the hospital postman. Dr. Xand investigates Bioglass.
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 24.9.
16:00
DOK
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Jaw Power and Food For Thought
Dr. Chris and Dr. Xand reveal the amazing strength of your jaw, and get cooking with the hospital chefs. Dr Xand goes visiting.
16:30
DOK
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Shouty Man and Life in the Trenches
Life in the Trenches is horrible. King James II meets a messy end and Lady Jane becomes a queen for nine days.
17:00
DOK
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Hoop Glider
Defying gravity is Phil’s mission but maxing out a hoop glider proves to be hard. Plus, hovering helium balloons and more anti-gravity fun!
17:25
DOK
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Supermarket Science
Steve Spangler goes to the supermarket for things you can use to create your own science magic.
17:50
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.
18:10
DOK
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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?
18:20
DOK
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Crazy Cat Snowglobe
Jeremie makes a crazy cat snow globe and a flip book, and gives shadow-drawing tips.
18:45
DOK
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Telephone
Explore the historical development of telephony and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.
19:10
DOK
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Trusses
Hamza wonders why so many structures, like bridges, are made of interlocking triangles.
19:35
DOK
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Fire Fighting Aeroplanes and River Otters
In this episode, Marvi takes a look at fire-fighting aeroplanes and very naughty river otters, who have been raised by humans.
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20:00
DA VINCI Learning DNES
20:00
DOK
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Rangers
Philippe finds out how important the job of a park ranger is, and learns how rescue dogs can find people caught in an avalanche.
20:30
DOK
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The Druk White Lotus School-LaDakh
Enter Druk White Lotus School, which intends to equip Ladakhi children for living in the modern world while embracing Buddhist traditions.
21:00
DOK
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Everything And Nothing: Everything
Why does it get dark at night? The journey to find the answer will take Professor Jim Al-Khalili to the boundaries of the known universe.
22:00
DOK
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Mass and Moles
This programme charts the history of mass measurement and the modern day race to replace the Kilo with something more stable.
23:00
DOK
+
Mother Nature Tackles Sports
Danni discovers how Mother Nature is revamping some of her favorite activities - working out, diving, and going roller skating.
23:30
DOK
+
Melbourne Reborn
By the mid-1970s, Melbourne was a dying city. Rob Adams gives a guided tour how the city first sought livability, then sustainability.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
20:00
DOK
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Environmental Engineers
Philippe visits a hurricane protection facility, and learns about new technology that helps in the speedy replacement of bridges.
20:30
DOK
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Greening the Federal Government
Thom Mayne was commissioned to design the San Francisco Federal Building, a structure aiming to be the prototype for tomorrow's workplace.
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
+
Power to the People
Join James in searching for brighter, more powerful and technologically forward-thinking sources of energy.
23:00
DOK
+
Whales
Danni goes whale watching and discovers the ways they have inspired new inventions.
23:30
DOK
+
The Art & Science of Renzo Piano
Renzo Piano drew on nature to create a space in San Francisco, pairing notions of transparency with a living roof that evokes the ecosystem.
DA VINCI Learning SOBOTA 22.9.
20:00
DOK
+
Central England
Enjoy an exclusive interview with Sir David Attenborough where he recalls his early days as a fossil hunter in central England.
20:25
DOK
+
London
In an interview, Sir David Attenborough recalls his fossil hunting days and reveals why they continue to intrigue and delight him.
21:00
DOK
+
Sudden Artistic Output Syndrome
Dr. Jack explores the origins of creativity and meets a man who developed an amazing talent for art after suffering a brain trauma.
22:00
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.
22:30
DOK
+
It’s Making Sense
Our senses help us live meaningful lives, but what would happen if we lose them? Can new inventions mimic their function?
23:00
DOK
+
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.
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 23.9.
20:00
DOK
+
West and Wales
Visit Wales to bring dinosaurs back to life using evolutionary robotics!
20:25
DOK
+
North England
Get a rare view of a new fossil discovery on the North East coast of England!
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
+
Unruly Elements
Dmitri Mendeleev's Periodic Table brings order to the elements. But this order is shattered when Marie Curie discovers radioactivity.
23:00
DOK
+
What is Beauty?
Is beauty relative, or is it something more universal? Matthew Collings leaps through art history to underlie the principles of beauty.
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 24.9.
20:00
DOK
+
Animal Coexistence
Philippe travels to Australia to catch the world's deadliest jellyfish. Then he heads to California and Maui.
20:30
DOK
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Sing, Pose and Dance With the Professionals
Discover what it takes to be a singer, model or dancer. The professionals show how hard work and practice are necessary to succeed.
21:00
DOK
+
Order and Disorder: Information
Professor Jim Al-Khalili investigates how information is woven into the fabric of reality itself.
22:00
DOK
+
The Secret Rules of Modern Living - Algorithms
Algorithms control our lives. They are ubiquitous, yet most of us are unaware of their impact. What are these secret rules of modern living?
23:00
DOK
+
Food Goes Green
Danni discovers how microscopic bacteria can create organic fertilizer. She explores ocean farming and a cool new method of refrigeration.
23:30
DOK
+
New Orleans: The Water Line
After Hurricane Katrina, the residents of New Orleans banded together to rebuild their community sustainably despite government inaction.
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00:00
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
00:00
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.
00:45
DOK
+
Self-driving Cars Hit the Road
In this episode we test the latest research prototypes of Volvo Cars and Volkswagen. How user-friendly are current-day automated cars?
01:00
DOK
+
Everything And Nothing: Everything
Why does it get dark at night? The journey to find the answer will take Professor Jim Al-Khalili to the boundaries of the known universe.
02:00
DOK
+
Mass and Moles
This programme charts the history of mass measurement and the modern day race to replace the Kilo with something more stable.
03:00
DOK
+
Mother Nature Tackles Sports
Danni discovers how Mother Nature is revamping some of her favorite activities - working out, diving, and going roller skating.
03:30
DOK
+
Melbourne Reborn
By the mid-1970s, Melbourne was a dying city. Rob Adams gives a guided tour how the city first sought livability, then sustainability.
04:00
DOK
+
Sun and Sea
Can the scientists create an underwater lamp, and are they able to generate electrical energy to charge up a battery?
04:30
DOK
+
The Science of Celebration
Can the scientists create musical instruments and firework by using only natural resources?
DA VINCI Learning SOBOTA 22.9.
00:00
DOK
+
Unruly Elements
Dmitri Mendeleev's Periodic Table brings order to the elements. But this order is shattered when Marie Curie discovers radioactivity.
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
+
Power to the People
Join James in searching for brighter, more powerful and technologically forward-thinking sources of energy.
03:00
DOK
+
Whales
Danni goes whale watching and discovers the ways they have inspired new inventions.
03:30
DOK
+
The Art & Science of Renzo Piano
Renzo Piano drew on nature to create a space in San Francisco, pairing notions of transparency with a living roof that evokes the ecosystem.
04:00
DOK
+
Quakers
Can the scientists build a waterproof tent and a seismograph by using only natural resources?
04:30
DOK
+
Ice
Can the scientists measure the speed and melting rate of a glacier, as well as keep themselves warm without a fire?
DA VINCI Learning NEDĚLE 23.9.
00:00
DOK
+
Central England
Enjoy an exclusive interview with Sir David Attenborough where he recalls his early days as a fossil hunter in central England.
00:25
DOK
+
London
In an interview, Sir David Attenborough recalls his fossil hunting days and reveals why they continue to intrigue and delight him.
01:00
DOK
+
Sudden Artistic Output Syndrome
Dr. Jack explores the origins of creativity and meets a man who developed an amazing talent for art after suffering a brain trauma.
02:00
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.
02:30
DOK
+
It’s Making Sense
Our senses help us live meaningful lives, but what would happen if we lose them? Can new inventions mimic their function?
03:00
DOK
+
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.
04:00
DOK
+
Rover
Can the scientists build a rover and purify water by utilizing natural resources?
04:30
DOK
+
Communication
Can the scientists send communication in a way that doesn't rely purely on sound, and make a pen that works in zero gravity?
DA VINCI Learning PONDĚLÍ 24.9.
00:00
DOK
+
West and Wales
Visit Wales to bring dinosaurs back to life using evolutionary robotics!
00:25
DOK
+
North England
Get a rare view of a new fossil discovery on the North East coast of England!
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
+
Unruly Elements
Dmitri Mendeleev's Periodic Table brings order to the elements. But this order is shattered when Marie Curie discovers radioactivity.
03:00
DOK
+
What is Beauty?
Is beauty relative, or is it something more universal? Matthew Collings leaps through art history to underlie the principles of beauty.
04:00
DOK
+
Aerial Surveyor
Can the scientists design an aerial surveyor and a carbon dioxide filter system by using only natural resources?
04:30
DOK
+
Rocket
Can the scientists design water-powered rockets that can launch an egg into the air and return it safely to earth?
DA VINCI Learning ÚTERÝ 25.9.
00:00
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.
01:00
DOK
+
Order and Disorder: Information
Professor Jim Al-Khalili investigates how information is woven into the fabric of reality itself.
02:00
DOK
+
The Secret Rules of Modern Living - Algorithms
Algorithms control our lives. They are ubiquitous, yet most of us are unaware of their impact. What are these secret rules of modern living?
03:00
DOK
+
Food Goes Green
Danni discovers how microscopic bacteria can create organic fertilizer. She explores ocean farming and a cool new method of refrigeration.
03:30
DOK
+
New Orleans: The Water Line
After Hurricane Katrina, the residents of New Orleans banded together to rebuild their community sustainably despite government inaction.
04:00
DOK
+
Call of the Wild
Can the scientists construct an underwater hydrophone, an underwater viewing device, and create mosquito repellent?
04:30
DOK
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To the Lighthouse
Can the scientists create a fully functioning lighthouse by creating a light source visible from great distances while at sea?