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SCIENCE VIDEOS

  • Fire Breathers show

    Fire Breathers

    The science behind why so many people are unsuccessful at fire breathing.

    (03:48)
  • Six Degrees Could Change the World 1 show

    Six Degrees Could Change the World 1

    Climate experts examine what effect each rise of 1ºC could have on the world.

    (03:22)
  • The Backflip show

    The Backflip

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

    (02:33)
  • Switcheroo show

    Switcheroo

    Is your brain prepared to notice changes that happen right in front of your eyes?

    (02:56)
  • The Treadmill show

    The Treadmill

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

    (01:54)
  • The Pogo Stick show

    The Pogo Stick

    A pogo stick, a careless jumper, and gravity. What could go wrong?

    (02:59)
  • Cosmic Phenomenon show

    Cosmic Phenomenon

    What is causing the Corona to superheat?

    (03:00)
  • Tornado show

    Tornado

    Discover the science behind these natural phenomena, and experience the effect an F5 tornado would have on a major city.

    (00:54)
  • Behind the Scenes show

    Behind the Scenes

    Go behind the scenes with Chris Barrie during the making of Britain's Greatest Machines.

    (03:29)
  • Kamchatka Bears show

    Kamchatka Bears

    Hungry bears seek the nectar rich flowers. They must eat hundreds to get the equivalent calories of a big salmon. Bears have...

    (03:04)
  • The Haven show

    The Haven

    Genoa, Italy. In 1991 the oil tanker The Haven caught fire and 1 million barrels of oil burned for three days. View the...

    (02:43)
  • The Arctic Harp Seals show

    The Arctic Harp Seals

    The Arctic ice blankets an area twice the size of Australia. Animals have adapted to live above and below its fickle surface....

    (03:02)
  • Saturn_MOBI1 show

    Saturn_MOBI1

    Saturn has always fascinated us because it is the most phenomenologically rich planet in the Solar System.

    (03:05)
  • Green Issues show

    Green Issues

    Climate experts continue to examine what effect each rise of 1ºC could have on the world.

    (01:17)
  • Dangerous Catch show

    Dangerous Catch

    In Ghana, olive baboons are ransacking crops and terrorising villagers meanwhile in Namibia, a once rich fishing ground is...

    (01:23)
  • Star Talk: Dan Savage (Condensed Version) show

    Star Talk: Dan Savage (Condensed Version)

    Host Neil deGrasse Tyson features his interview with Dan Savage, author of the popular relationship advice column "Savage Love".

    (11:32)
  • 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)
  • Deadly Dust show

    Deadly Dust

    How would Earth cope in a martian storm?

    (00:52)
  • The Secret Forest Premiere show

    The Secret Forest Premiere

    In the east, a mysterious place called Ussuriland. Here bizarre turtles dodge the soup dish. In temperate forests, bears hang...

    (01:07)
  • Star Talk: Jimmy Carter (Condensed Version) show

    Star Talk: Jimmy Carter (Condensed Version)

    Host Neil deGrasse Tyson features his interview with Jimmy Carter, the 39th president of the United States and founder of The...

    (11:33)