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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.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
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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.
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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 STŘEDA 25.10.
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Eye Ball Happiness
This episode sees Adrian undergoing a retinal test. He is also blind folded for an entire morning. Our eyes are our window to happiness.
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Happily Ever After
Adrian discovers how he reacts to music. And humans are the only laughing species. So why don’t we all laugh a little more?
DA VINCI Learning ČTVRTEK 26.10.
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Train Your Brain
We find out what happens in our brains as we get older and what we can do to stay mentally fit as we age.
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Grow Old With Me
We’re often told that we should exercise more, we shouldn’t overeat, we shouldn’t smoke. But do you ever hear that we should interact more?
DA VINCI Learning PÁTEK 27.10.
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Food Miles
Most foods travel an average of 1,500 miles from farm to plate. The impacts of this fossil fuel-driven system are detrimental.
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Seoul: The Stream of Consciousness
In 2003, the city of Seoul re-purposed over 75 percent of a dismantled highway for reconstruction and rehabilitation of an ancient stream.
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Water in Sahel
The Planet Guards club discovers life in the African Sahel and what is necessary to survive sustainably in an arid climate.
06:30
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Amazon Forest
The Planet Guards take to the skies in hot-air balloons and fly above the Amazon rain forest canopy.
07:00
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Like Clockwork
How many spikes does a hedgehog have? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
07:30
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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!
08:00
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Sea Gardens of Indonesia and Crocodiles of the Orinoco
Come with a photographer to an ocean paradise under the sea - and find out what goes on in a crocodile farm in Venezuela - all with Marvi!
08:30
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Whales in Crisis and Master of the Abyss
Marvi dives deep into the ocean to learn more about the wonderful creatures of the sea. Meet whales, funny fish and much more.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
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Energy Exhaustion
This episode focuses on the sustainability of fossil fuels and the array of possible alternatives.
06:30
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Fair Trade
Join the Planet Guards club and learn about fair trade schemes on the coffee farms of Bolivia.
07:00
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Ice Cream
How can you make your own ice cream from water? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
07:30
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Fly Like a Bird
If humans should fly like birds, what would they look like? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
08:00
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Spitting Guanacos and Deadly Dozen Australia
Today is all about defense! Meet some spitting guanacos and some of Australia's most dangerous animals!
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Body Snatchers and Hunted Bear
Meet some creepy crawly bed bugs in this episode - and some cute but naughty bear cubs in Russia.
DA VINCI Learning STŘEDA 25.10.
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Oceans in Danger
The Planet Guards club discovers the extent of damage pollution has caused to marine life around the world.
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Ecosystems
Join the Planet Guards club and learn about the different ecosystems of the world.
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Electric Skies
How much energy does lightning contain? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
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The Mighty Sneeze
How powerful is a sneeze really? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
08:00
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Sky Monsters and Gorillas
How did dinosaurs live millions of years ago on Earth? Can gorillas get accustomed to humans? Find out here!
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Rat Genius and Guardians of the Lagoon
Join Marvi as he explores endangered crocodiles, scorpions and a particularly clever animal: the rat.
DA VINCI Learning ČTVRTEK 26.10.
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Water of the World
From Mexico to China, the Planet Guards look at the ways in which people can conserve water.
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Poverty
Join the Planet Guards club and learn about the causes of poverty and ways to alleviate it.
07:00
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Spinning Ballerina
How does a ballerina spin without getting dizzy? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
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Robot Football
How can robots play football? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
08:00
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Leopards of Zanzibar and Panama Wild
What does life look like in Zanzibar? What does the life of a tree look like in the rainforests of Panama? Find out here!
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Savage Garden and Crittercam Dugongs
Peer into the mysterious animal kingdom in an American garden and join Marvi as he meets some very rare manatees!
DA VINCI Learning PÁTEK 27.10.
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Forests of the World
The Planet Guard teens realize that the future of the planet depends to a large extent on the state of its forests.
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Excessive Fishing
In Japan, the Planet Guards learn about the damaging effects of over-fishing.
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Dirty as a Pig
How dirty are pigs really? And how does flesh eating plants eat? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
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Stone Age Music
How was music made in the stone ages? Find out now - and learn more fun experiments with Thomas and Kati.
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Raptors and River Animals in Belize
Join Marvi as he meets the feathered, strong and fast hunters of the sky - and some snappy Mexican lizards!
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Leopards and Fin Whales
Animal protector, Lise, shares her knowledge on leopards in Africa while Marvi once again gets in trouble in the studio!
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Armadillo Breath Holding Skills
An armadillo shows why an incredible capacity for holding its breath comes in handy. Plus, would you believe a long-distance walking fish?
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Spying the Sky
Find out how to identify the birds fly high above in the sky. Plus, Gail delivers baby lambs, and we meet a family of bouncing felines.
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The Carolingian Empire - Part 1
A discontented Europe lay in disrepair after the fall of Rome. When Charlemagne took the reins, a new, modern Europe began to take shape.
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The Carolingian Empire - Part 2
A discontented Europe lay in disrepair after the fall of Rome. When Charlemagne took the reins, a new, modern Europe began to take shape.
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Gold
A whirlwind treasure hunt through the ages teaches Shakira a lot about civilization’s ongoing obsession with money.
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Off With His Head
Shakira learns the importance of a fair legal system after getting a first-hand look at some of history’s craziest punishment practices.
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Climate 2: Origins
Maestro and his young team learn about the changes to the Earth's climate over the millennia.
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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 ZÍTRA
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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.
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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.
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The Celts
On the other side of Europe, where Romans exerted no control, small sects of people were peacefully establishing a culture all their own.
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The Vikings
Life in the northern reaches of Europe was difficult, with punishing climates and scarce resources. That's where we find the stoic Vikings.
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Message in a Bottle
Sam and Jen show Shakira how smoke signals and carrier pigeons led the way for today’s text messaging.
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Rumbling and Romance
Shakira discovers that the history of romance is peppered with all sorts of odd customs and rituals.
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Biodiversity
The Planet Guards dedicate themselves to protecting Earth's natural biodiversity.
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Climate 3: Effects
Join the Planet Guards club and learn about the greenhouse gas effect on the Earth's climate.
DA VINCI Learning STŘEDA 25.10.
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Asian Black Bears
We meet two great black bears and see if they really are as cuddly as they look. And speaking of cuddly, we meet a snuggly hippopotamus.
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Pet Lizards
Have you ever thought about having a pet lizard? Find out how to give your lizard a good home. Plus, a close encounter with a white rhino.
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India - Part 1
One sacred river, two great religions and, of course, the Taj Mahal: ancient India was home to one of Earth's most advanced civilizations.
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India - Part 2
One sacred river, two great religions and, of course, the Taj Mahal: ancient India was home to one of Earth's most advanced civilizations.
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Kid Jobs
A look back at kids’ jobs through the ages proves to Alex that kids can do just about anything.
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Home on the Range
Sam and Jen show Alex what life was like for the settlers of the North American wilderness.
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Recycling
This week the Planet Guards club learns how human waste is really recycled.
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Women of the World
Join the Planet Guards club and learn about the lives of women of different cultures from around the world.
DA VINCI Learning ČTVRTEK 26.10.
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Sea Monsters
We meet a real-life monster of the deep sea that could be residing in a lake near you. Plus, we learn the tricks to shearing an alpaca.
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Mata Mata Turtle
What kind of animal can suck up food like a vacuum cleaner and has a head like a wrinkly snorkel? Find out this and more here!
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The Inca Empire - Part 1
Deep in the wilderness of South America, an ancient empire built a surprisingly advanced society with roads, gardens, even a post office.
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The Inca Empire - Part 2
Deep in the wilderness of South America, an ancient empire built a surprisingly advanced society with roads, gardens, even a post office.
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Lost in the Stars
Sam and Jen show Alex how looking at the stars literally affected the course of history.
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School
Alex gets a lesson in learning when he starts to wonder where the whole idea of school came from in the first place.
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Children's Labour
The Planet Guards gang meet some kids who are forced to work at a very young age for little money in order to support their families.
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New Energy
Join the Planet Guards club and learn about the many alternative and green friendly forms of energy.
DA VINCI Learning PÁTEK 27.10.
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Tiny Head, Big Appetite
What could a snake with a head the size of a thumnail possibly eat? You'll be amazed. And are these really the cutest puppies on Earth?
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Medicinal Maggots
What would maggots be doing inside hospitals? Plus, we visit a South African with 300 baboons and test the intelligence of the lovable pig.
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The Aztecs - Part 1
In what is modern-day Mexico, the Aztecs of long ago built a vibrant society of laws and celebrations, and left behind many wonderful tales.
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The Aztecs - Part 2
In what is modern-day Mexico, the Aztecs of long ago built a vibrant society of laws and celebrations, and left behind many wonderful tales.
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The Secret of Hot Chocolate and the Sacrificial Temple of Death
In a search for the secret of hot chocolate, Sam is nearly sacrificed at the altar of an ancient Maya temple.
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Romans
Sam and Jen whisk Alex back to Ancient Rome, a civilization whose influence remains strong even today.
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House and City
The Planet Guards look at urban environments and question their sustainability.
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Climate IV: Solutions
The Planet Guards publish a competition in their newspaper calling for the best ideas to stop climate change.
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Flies on the Wall
Why does salt water not relieve your thirst? And did Dracula really exist? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
12:30
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Sharks and Aeroplanes
What do sharks and aeroplanes have in common? Watch as Thomas and Kati answers this amongst other questions!
13:00
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Flying Snakes and Elephant Cow
Have you ever seen a flying snake? Or an elephant cow? Marvi tests your knowledge of the animal world with fun quizzes and exciting facts.
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Jane Goodall and Chimpanzees
Marvi takes a closer look at the most famous chimpanzee scientist in the world: Jane Goodall. Learn more about her and her friends here!
14:00
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Pet Snakes
Having a pet snake can be fun as long as you follow a few basic rules. Plus, we find Stephen challenged to perform a dance with tiny horses.
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Painting Otter
This famous otter is making quite a bit of money selling original paintings. Plus, we meet a South African who opened his own safari park.
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Mesopotamia - Part 1
The city of Babylon was home to the splendid hanging gardens. But this 'land between the rivers' was also the birthplace of modern society.
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Mesopotamia - Part 2
The city of Babylon was home to the splendid hanging gardens. But this 'land between the rivers' was also the birthplace of modern society.
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Heroes
Superheroes of the past inspire Alex to create his own modern-day superhero.
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News
Alex is surprised to learn that some of the old ways of transmitting the news are still with us today.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
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Five-legged Elephant
Famous for long trunks and tusks, some elephants even have a fifth leg. Plus, how can you reconstruct a broken vase?
12:30
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Taking Flight
How many balloons would you need to set sail? Watch and find out.
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Baby Tales and Endangered Monk Seals
It's all about cute baby animals and seals! Find out what trouble Marvi and the world reporters are up to now!
13:30
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Bear Cubs and Rare Crocodiles
Come with Marvi to meet some bear cubs and some rare crocodiles!
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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.
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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.
14:30
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The Mayas - Part 1
In the jungles of Central America lived the Mayas, a scientifically and mathematically advanced civilization with towering ruins to explore.
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The Mayas - Part 2
In the jungles of Central America lived the Mayas, a scientifically and mathematically advanced civilization with towering ruins to explore.
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Revolutions
Sam and Jen show Alex how the big revolutions of history changed the world.
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Who is Marco Polo?
Sam traces Marco Polo’s route along the Silk Road to China to show Alex how goods were traded in the days before modern transportation.
DA VINCI Learning STŘEDA 25.10.
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Facing the Sun
Do sunflowers always face the Sun? Plus, can an egg really get to be 1000 years old?
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Man vs. Dog
Greyhounds have four legs to our two, so can they run twice as fast as humans?
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Animal Refuge and Hyena Queen
What happens to orphaned animals? What does the life of a hyena look like? Find out here!
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Incas and Mayas
Come on a fun journey to South America as archaeologists explore the remains of the ancient Incan and Mayan cultures.
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Incredible Flexible Octopus
An octopus is one of the most flexible creatures on the planet. Plus, see what the raccoon and red fox find so lovable about rubbish.
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Fox Spotting
Fox spotting can become an easy at-home activity, if you know how. We'll show you. Plus, can you ever get over a fear of snakes?
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Japan - Part 1
Ancient Japan was the land of shoguns and samurai, brave men of impeccable honor who defined an isolated, devoted culture for centuries.
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Japan - Part 2
Ancient Japan was the land of shoguns and samurai, brave men of impeccable honor who defined an isolated, devoted culture for centuries.
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Down on the Farm
As Alex starts working on his own backyard garden, he learns about the struggles and successes of farmers throughout history.
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Real or Not Real?
Sam and Jen caution Alex that exploring history also means separating fact from fiction.
DA VINCI Learning ČTVRTEK 26.10.
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The Power of Music
Wind instruments can do more than make beautiful music-- they can even blow out candles. And, is there heavy metal in your breakfast cereal?
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The Science of Ice Cream
Kati and Thomas show you the science behind making your own ice cream and introduce you to a liquid that won't get you wet.
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Mountain Climbers and Tower Climb
Today is all about climbing! Join Marvi as he explores mountain and tower climbing!
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Wildlife Filmmaker and Leatherback Sea Turtles
Join Marvi as he accompanies wildlife filmmakers in their search for filming the lives of leopards, jackals, and underwater turtles!
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Zebra Stripes
Do you know why zebra's have stripes? Here's a hint: they're not just decoration. Plus, do you think an electric eel could power your house?
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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.
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The Ancient Israelites - Part 1
Between the deserts of Egypt and Mesopotamia existed a nomadic tribe of people constantly under attack, but who never losing their faith.
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The Ancient Israelites - Part 2
Between the deserts of Egypt and Mesopotamia existed a nomadic tribe of people constantly under attack, but who never losing their faith.
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Ancient Geniuses
Alex wonders what he’d be really good at, so Sam and Jen take him along to check out some geniuses of the past.
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Explorers
Sam and Jen show Alex the ups and downs of being an explorer during the Age of Discovery and in the vast American West of the 1800s.
DA VINCI Learning PÁTEK 27.10.
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Bubblegum Tale
From the roof of your mouth to the bottom of your shoe, discover the sticky story of bubblegum. Plus, uncover the mystery of invisible ink.
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The Science of Cute
Why do we find baby animals so adorable? Kati and Thomas discover the surprising science behind it.
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Hippos and Avalanches
Today is all about massive things! From giant hippos to dangerous avalanches, join Marvi on another adventure!
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Egyptian Burial Chamber and Nile Expedition
Join a team of archaeologists as they dig out new treasures from ancient Egyptian times and explore the Nile, here!
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Killer Whale Check-up
We give a 6-tonne killer whale a healthy check-up, meet a tailless scorpion, then see just how powerful the incredible edible crab can be.
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Diving with Dolphins
Dive into the deep with dolphins to make sure they're in tip-top shape, then see whether humans really can communicate with wolves.
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The Byzantine Empire - Part 1
The Byzantine Empire's capital city, Constantinople, today Turkey's Istanbul, was the first bridge between western and eastern cultures.
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The Byzantine Empire - Part 2
The Byzantine Empire's capital city, Constantinople, today Turkey's Istanbul, was the first bridge between western and eastern cultures.
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Tyrants
Alex rethinks the power and prestige of his new hall-monitor job after Sam and Jen give him a look at some of history’s worst tyrants.
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A Soldiers Life
Sam and Jen show Alex that being a soldier is a lot tougher than he thinks.
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Linea 5's Dashing Angels
For years Loco has been on traffic duty down one of Columbia’s most dangerous roads. 15-year-old Felix's biggest dream is to be like Loco.
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Marta and the Puppy Otter
On a mission to rescue animals, Marta has become close with a baby otter, called Viki. Will Viki be able to survive without her in the wild?
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The Polar School of Nomad Children
600 nomad children await a helicopter to bring them to school away from their parents. This is the first time for 5-year-old Katja.
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The Rescue Dogs of Lake Garda
17-year-old Ester and her dog Mia are saving lives at Lake Garda. Newfoundland dogs use their weight to pull people out of the water.
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The essay
When Mily walks away from her class during an outing the teacher wants to punish her. Mily disagrees: She didn’t mean to break the rules!
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Happy ever after
When her dad reads a fairytale to Lola, Mily is all ears. She wonders: What does "and they lived happily everafter" actually mean?
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Yourself
Mily acts self-centered to get as much attention as Pénélope but it doesn't work. Mily wonders: What does it mean to be true to ourselves?
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Out of sight
When Mily finds out her parents plan on moving she's afraid that she'll lose her friends. Does distance really destroy friendships?
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Communicating without Wires
Explore the nature of sound by making a basic phone, and get to know Guglielmo Marconi, a physicist and inventor – ‘the father of radio’.
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Mapping and Levels
Explore geography by making a carpenter’s level, and get to know Kim Jeong-ho, a cartographer who created the first detailed map of Korea.
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Marvellous Medicine and First Aid
Explore medicine by making a handy first aid kit, and get to know Al-Zahrawi, ‘the father of surgery’ & inventor of surgical instruments.
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What Can Bugs Do for Us?
Meet a car-driving cockroach. Counting bumble bees. An ant pancake whiz chef. Finally, we travel to Hollywood to meet some six-legged stars!
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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.
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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.
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Brain Power
The power of the mind helps Jay pull off some really tricky magic!
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Calculating Cards
Using a simple deck of cards Jay makes some seriously fun magic!
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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.
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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!
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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.
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Spool Racer
Phil builds a spool racer out of a giant cable spool. Plus, a maxed out craft stick chain reaction, mouse-traps and ping pong balls.
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Plaster Helping Hand
Find out how to make your life easier with the plaster helping hand, have a smashing time creating the game of Demolition Derby and more!
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Crazy Cactus
Find out how to create a crazy cactus with a secret, transform your t-shirts with a load of vegetables and create the ultimate sweet treat!
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Autograph Book
Find out how to create an autograph book for celebrity signatures and turn material scraps into bedroom bunting!
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Door Dangler
Find out how to create a totem pole with handy storage space and make old polystyrene packaging into a door dangler!
DA VINCI Learning STŘEDA 25.10.
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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?
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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?
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Slinky
What did a US Navy mechanic change the world market of toys? What makes a slinky drop down the stairs? And how did it make it into space?
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Waves
In this episode, surfer Chayenne finds out what waves are. Can she create the most beautiful wave on earth?
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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.
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Evaporating and freezing
Sebastián from Chile wonders how water can turn into steam and builds a coke geyser. Can it blow as high as the real ones?
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Pop-Up Greeting Cards
Jeremie creates pop-up greeting cards, creates special effects for a movie and makes optical art by using a salad spinner.
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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!
18:00
DOK
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The Genius of Leonardo da Vinci
A mysterious genie puts a spell on Munchhausen's collection of artwork and jewels, posing a powerful riddle: Why was Da Vinci a real genius?
18:30
DOK
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Untrammeled Colours: Romantic Art
Romanticism arose as a revolt against Neoclassicism. Romanticists disdained the rationality of classicism, and were masters of color.
18:55
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Nature and Life: Realism in the Arts in the Mid-19th Century
In the 1830s, Paris was a driving force of modern landscapes. Artists would gather in a small village, depicting rural scenes with realism.
19:20
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Kasimir Malevich
A bad case of hiccups introduces Mati and Dada to the abstract, Supremacist art work of Russian painter Malevich.
19:30
DOK
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Giacomo Balla
Mati and Dada smack into a Futurist Banquet of the senses. Mmmm!
19:40
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Peter Brueghel
Ready or not, here I come! A game of hide-and-seek leads Mati and Dada to the atelier of one of the world’s greatest artists.
19:50
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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 ...
DA VINCI Learning ČTVRTEK 26.10.
16:00
DOK
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Visual Deceptions
Do you believe in ghosts? While they may be a result of how our brain and eyes respond, we have also learned tricks via science and art.
16:30
DOK
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Altered Views
You’ve probably played hide and seek. It's difficult to hide while in plain view. All it may take are a few tricks to alter our perception!
17:00
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.
17:30
DOK
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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.
17:45
DOK
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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.
18:00
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!
18:10
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.
18:20
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Leonardo Da Vinci
Mati and Dada go on an exciting adventure and discover Leonardo Da Vinci's fantastic flying machines.
18:30
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Parmigianino
Young painter Parmigianino fills Mati and Dada in on the charming myth of Diana and Atteone.
18:40
DOK
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A World of Light and Colour: Impressionist Art in the 19th Century
Manet was regarded THE mentor of impressionism. Impressionists were particularly interested in presenting the changes of light and colors.
19:05
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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.
19:30
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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.
DA VINCI Learning PÁTEK 27.10.
16:00
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.
16:30
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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.
17:00
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Galileo Galilei - Reason Over Common Sense
Galileo begins relating how he arrived at his astonishing discovery about our Earth and the Sun with the terrible Inquisition on his trail.
17:30
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.
18:00
DOK
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Spirals
Koolkatt tries to hypnotize Hamza with spirals. Why are spirals so captivating?
18:30
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.
19:00
DOK
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Domes
Hamza has a special guest host - Benny, the Egg. Why is an egg so strong when squeezed, but smashable if dropped? Because it’s a dome!
19:30
DOK
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Lick and Stick
From safety pins to stamps – if you can lick it or stick it, Jay can make magic happen!
19:45
DOK
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Thick and Thin
Today Jay will be making magic using all kinds of rope!
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20:00
DA VINCI Learning DNES
20:00
DOK
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The Material World
Peer inside a sequoia to find out how nature has built the largest living thing ever. See how it might help make better bullet-proof vests!
21:00
DOK
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Lifepower - Energy is the Key
How can nature inspire us in the search for new sources of energy? Find out and see examples here!
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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Food Miles
Most foods travel an average of 1,500 miles from farm to plate. The impacts of this fossil fuel-driven system are detrimental.
23:30
DOK
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Seoul: The Stream of Consciousness
In 2003, the city of Seoul re-purposed over 75 percent of a dismantled highway for reconstruction and rehabilitation of an ancient stream.
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
20:00
DOK
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The Book of Life
Find out how we are all linked to the origins of life, to the first creatures with backbones and more!
20:55
DOK
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Unlocking the Code
Learn how decoding the genome has led us to begin to understand the very process by which our DNA makes us different.
21:50
DOK
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On the Move
Before production could begin, materials had to be mobilized. But the transportation system was ancient. Things had to get moving, fast.
22:25
DOK
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Modern Medicine
Medical practice was in the dark ages when the Industrial Revolution began. Disease was rife, and the average life expectancy was 36 years.
23:00
DOK
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Aye-aye
Stephen and Mark travel to Madagascar in search of the aye-aye, a lemur that is said to bring death, and has been persecuted because of it.
DA VINCI Learning STŘEDA 25.10.
20:00
DOK
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Shapes
Marcus reveals the mysterious code that governs randomness and explores how this could be the key to Jackson Pollock and movie animations.
21:10
DOK
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Save Our Souls
Matthew Collings follows the visionary Victorian who thought art could be the solution to the modern industrial society - John Ruskin.
22:10
DOK
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Uncertainty
In the final episode Matthew Collings argues modern art has always tried to show us as we are: free, confused, and above all uncertain.
23:00
DOK
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Komodo Dragon
Stephen and Mark travel to Indonesia to see the deadly Komodo Dragons. They join a project to capture and tag the animals.
DA VINCI Learning ČTVRTEK 26.10.
20:00
DOK
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Spark
Explore what happened when the first real concerted effort was made to understand electricity!
21:10
DOK
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The Age of Invention
Explore how scientists and engineers unlocked the nature of electricity in an extraordinary century of innovation and invention.
22:25
DOK
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Portland: A Sense of Place
Thanks to a progressive public transportation portfolio, Portland has become a global model of transit-oriented development.
23:00
DOK
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Time and Distance
Modern measurements like the metre are based on faked figures, and extra seconds sneak into our clocks. Can scientists solve the problem?
DA VINCI Learning PÁTEK 27.10.
20:00
DOK
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Tuberculosis: The White Death
The film tracks the historical evolution, showcases the destruction, and unravels the science behind tuberculosis.
20:55
DOK
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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?
21:25
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?
22:00
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.
22:30
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.
23:00
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.
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00:00
DA VINCI Learning ZÍTRA
00:00
DOK
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Secrets of the Universe
Some of the great physicists of the 20th century transformed our understanding of the universe. But how much do we know about their lives?
01:00
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.
02:00
DOK
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China: From Red to Green?
William McDonough plans to make China a sustainable country with the help of a profitable and environmentally intelligent architecture.
02:30
DOK
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Deeper Shades of Green
Nothing short of geniuses, Ken Yeang, Werner Sobek and William McDonough are changing the face of society and environmental design.
03:00
DOK
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Time Limits
Experience events in a completely new visual way and join the team on a fascinating journey to the limits of time.
04:00
DOK
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Magic of Motion
Find out why sharks can swim so fast and how vultures can help the next generation of airliners.
DA VINCI Learning STŘEDA 25.10.
00:00
DOK
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The Material World
Peer inside a sequoia to find out how nature has built the largest living thing ever. See how it might help make better bullet-proof vests!
01:00
DOK
+
Lifepower - Energy is the Key
How can nature inspire us in the search for new sources of energy? Find out and see examples here!
02:00
DOK
+
Sleep Demystified
What is normal sleep? How are we inviting the silent killer in when we are deprived of sleep? And how much sleep is enough?
02:30
DOK
+
Eyes Wide Open
What are the common and uncommon causes of insomnia? What triggers insomnia? What can insomniacs do to improve their sleep?
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
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Of Apes and Men
This film recreates Darwin’s experiment, showing that even humble earthworms exhibit intelligence, found throughout the animal kingdom.
DA VINCI Learning ČTVRTEK 26.10.
00:00
DOK
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The Book of Life
Find out how we are all linked to the origins of life, to the first creatures with backbones and more!
01:00
DOK
+
Unlocking the Code
Learn how decoding the genome has led us to begin to understand the very process by which our DNA makes us different.
02:00
DOK
+
On the Move
Before production could begin, materials had to be mobilized. But the transportation system was ancient. Things had to get moving, fast.
02:30
DOK
+
Modern Medicine
Medical practice was in the dark ages when the Industrial Revolution began. Disease was rife, and the average life expectancy was 36 years.
03:00
DOK
+
Ugly Beauty
On his quest to find beauty in modern art, art critic, Waldemar Januszczak interviews some of the greatest living artists.
04:00
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.
04:40
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 PÁTEK 27.10.
00:00
DOK
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Shapes
Marcus reveals the mysterious code that governs randomness and explores how this could be the key to Jackson Pollock and movie animations.
01:00
DOK
+
Save Our Souls
Matthew Collings follows the visionary Victorian who thought art could be the solution to the modern industrial society - John Ruskin.
02:00
DOK
+
Uncertainty
In the final episode Matthew Collings argues modern art has always tried to show us as we are: free, confused, and above all uncertain.
02:40
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.
03:00
DOK
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Museum of Life - Vienna's Natural History Museum
Discover the history of Vienna's Natural History Museum as well as explore the museum’s contribution to science across the world!
04:00
DOK
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A Quiet Revolution
A Quiet Revolution follows the inspiring stories of two Singaporean school children facing an exam that will mark them for life.
04:45
DOK
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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 SOBOTA 28.10.
00:00
DOK
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Spark
Explore what happened when the first real concerted effort was made to understand electricity!
01:00
DOK
+
The Age of Invention
Explore how scientists and engineers unlocked the nature of electricity in an extraordinary century of innovation and invention.
02:00
DOK
+
Portland: A Sense of Place
Thanks to a progressive public transportation portfolio, Portland has become a global model of transit-oriented development.
02:30
DOK
+
Aviation: The Limited Sky
This episode looks at new technologies and policies that could offset the aviation industry’s substantial greenhouse gas emissions.
03:00
DOK
+
Secrets of the Universe
Some of the great physicists of the 20th century transformed our understanding of the universe. But how much do we know about their lives?
04:00
DOK
+
The Science of Bubbles
From the micro to the macro, experimental physicist Helen Czerksi shows how bubbles underpin physical, chemical and biological processes.