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  • Cosmos: First Look show

    Cosmos: First Look

    Get a first look at the stunning new science series hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.

    (02:26)
  • Sliding Down Bannisters show

    Sliding Down Bannisters

    Why is it so hard to slide down a bannister?

    (03:13)
  • The Backflip show

    The Backflip

    Backflips don't really need to adhere to the laws of gravity, right?

    (02:33)
  • The Treadmill show

    The Treadmill

    Who says treadmills are only for exercise when you can use them in so many creative ways?

    (01:54)
  • Thermite Experiment show

    Thermite Experiment

    Tim Shaw conducts a science experiment to find out what happens when thermite is ignited on top of a block of ice.

    (02:55)
  • Can You Headspin? show

    Can You Headspin?

    The physics behind successful headspins.

    (03:03)
  • Hagia Sofia: Dome Secrets show

    Hagia Sofia: Dome Secrets

    Explore the secrets in the building of the crowning glory of Hagia Sophia, a dome 56 metres high and 31 metres across. Find...

    (04:58)
  • Balancing On A Ball show

    Balancing On A Ball

    How hard is it to balance on a ball? Very hard.

    (03:04)
  • The Robert E Lee Shipwreck show

    The Robert E Lee Shipwreck

    The wreck of a passenger freighter is discovered in the Gulf of Mexico, sunk by a Nazi U-boat in WW2.

    (02:17)
  • Centripetal Force show

    Centripetal Force

    How to ride your bike around a wall, and why you fail.

    (03:39)
  • Man vs. Water Balloon show

    Man vs. Water Balloon

    What happens when you use the wrong type of balloon?

    (03:11)
  • Underwater Scans show

    Underwater Scans

    Underwater scans reveal the location of Australian warship Sydney sunk by subterfuge Nazi tactics.

    (02:02)
  • The Alhambra show

    The Alhambra

    The most impressive monument to Muslim engineering in the Western world the Alhambra towers over Granada in southern Spain....

    (01:01)
  • Draining The Yonaguni Monument show

    Draining The Yonaguni Monument

    Hironobu Kan scans the Yonaguni monument. Using this data it's possible to drain the ocean.

    (03:33)
  • Bulletproof Desserts show

    Bulletproof Desserts

    Tim Shaw does a science experiment to see which desserts can stop a bullet from breaking the glass.

    (03:52)
  • Islands of Bahamas Blue Hole show

    Islands of Bahamas Blue Hole

    Islands of Bahamas Blue Hole webisode from Diving the Labyrinth series on National Geographic Channel.

    (03:02)