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  • The Suzanne show

    The Suzanne

    Get step-by-step instructions on how to make the paper plane that holds the current world record.

    (06:34)
  • Finding Rosetta show

    Finding Rosetta

    The ESA tracks their comet chaser through our galaxy.

    (03:10)
  • The Science of 'Interstellar' show

    The Science of 'Interstellar'

    Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson interviews director, screenwriter and producer Christopher Nolan about The Science of Interstellar....

    (11:56)
  • Modern Love with Dan Savage show

    Modern Love with Dan Savage

    Neil deGrasse Tyson interviews relationship advice columnist Dan Savage and discusses modern love and dating with guest...

    (11:32)
  • Building Hubble show

    Building Hubble

    Building a space telescope in the hopes of capturing a clear view of the universe isn't easy. It is a feat that would push...

    (02:34)
  • Power from Waves: Overview show

    Power from Waves: Overview

    With their CETO system plants, Carnegie Wave Energy is able to create fresh water and power from the oceans.

    (01:00)
  • Water Reclamation: Overview show

    Water Reclamation: Overview

    Reclaiming your toilet water is an invaluable resource in the battle for water conservation.

    (01:04)
  • Warka Water Tower: Overview show

    Warka Water Tower: Overview

    Arturo Vittori is co-founder and director of the architecture and design team who created a revolutionary way to produce...

    (00:59)
  • Simply Smashing show

    Simply Smashing

    Do you know how to pull a tablecloth off a table without breaking a glass?

    (02:24)
  • Sink or Swim show

    Sink or Swim

    Do you know the best way to break in pool to guarantee sinking a ball on the first shot?

    (02:22)
  • The Road to Year Million show

    The Road to Year Million

    What happens when science fiction becomes reality? Year Million imagines the future of artificial intelligence.

    (02:37)
  • Brave New World show

    Brave New World

    (00:22)
  • Sleepwalking Murders show

    Sleepwalking Murders

    Experts investigate whether someone can really be capable of killing while they're asleep and if sleepwalking is a valid...

    (01:51)
  • St. Paul's Cathedral show

    St. Paul's Cathedral

    When the Great Fire of 1666 destroyed St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, a Royal Commission turn to 35-year old astronomer,...

    (01:14)
  • Hagia Sofia show

    Hagia Sofia

    Built to revive the Roman Empire, now a mosque, Hagia Sophia has had a turbulent history and how it was built reveals a...

    (00:59)
  • Angkor Wat: How was it Built? show

    Angkor Wat: How was it Built?

    Angkor Wat was like no other medieval building in the world when it was built. But how did the Cambodians build such an...

    (05:00)
  • What Makes a Good Architect? show

    What Makes a Good Architect?

    Historian Michael McNay looks at what makes a great architect and explains why Durham Cathedral in England is his ancient...

    (03:00)
  • Volcano show

    Volcano

    Experts look at the history and power of volcanoes and ask if modern cities face annihilation in a mega-eruption.

    (00:54)
  • Solid and Liquid States show

    Solid and Liquid States

    What began as a photographic assignment has become a mind-blowing odyssey into an unpredictable world, where entire landscapes...

    (02:57)
  • Random New Yorkers and their DNA show

    Random New Yorkers and their DNA

    A handful of random New Yorkers discover their own personal histories and we discover how humans populated the entire world.

    (03:12)