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SCIENCE VIDEOS

  • The New Flame show

    The New Flame

    Salvage operations rely on brains as well as brawn. Off the Gibraltar coast a salvage team uses high-tech equipment to device...

    (02:20)
  • Interviews with Wyclef Jean and Michael Bublé show

    Interviews with Wyclef Jean and Michael Bublé

    Lead Fugees rapper Wyclef Jean and Canadian singer and entertainer Michael Bublé tell us how music has influenced them.

    (01:54)
  • Sacred cows and macaque monkeys show

    Sacred cows and macaque monkeys

    Cows may be sacred in India but they are responsible for spreading the single most deadly infectious disease known to...

    (03:13)
  • The Secret Forest Blakiston’s Fishing Owls show

    The Secret Forest Blakiston’s Fishing Owls

    Blakiston’s fishing owls. By day, they enjoy the view, and wait for cover of night. Their fluffy chick secures itself in a...

    (03:16)
  • Worms and rabies show

    Worms and rabies

    Dr Mike Leahy can't stress enough, the importance of washing fruit and vegetables if you want to avoid unsavoury diseases such...

    (03:10)
  • Scabies show

    Scabies

    Mike gets under the skin of scabies in Mumbai, one of the largest cities on the planet.

    (03:11)
  • Saturn_MOBI4 show

    Saturn_MOBI4

    Saturn's rings are probably the remnants of a destroyed moon that have been stretched by gravitational forces.

    (03:06)
  • Memory Champion show

    Memory Champion

    Memory maps are this man’s secret to memorizing long series of numbers.

    (03:04)
  • In The Womb: Dogs show

    In The Womb: Dogs

    Three different breeds, one single species. Now for the first time, watch the differences as they emerge.

    (01:09)
  • The Great Divide Premiere show

    The Great Divide Premiere

    In the far South West lies the Caucasus. A compact region filled with a bounty of wildlife. The great divide between Europe...

    (01:08)
  • The deadly Malayan krait show

    The deadly Malayan krait

    On a piece of parkland, very close to Hanoi, Mike's on the hunt for the Malayan krait. This snake's venom is ten times more...

    (03:11)
  • Crash Through Steel show

    Crash Through Steel

    Richard and Jonny demonstrate the power of water by waterskiing barefoot and watching a water-propelled machine cut through steel.

    (03:26)
  • Rats and killer fleas show

    Rats and killer fleas

    Mike buys a rat trap in Metal Street to catch a rat to catch a flea, the source of a deadly disease thought to be in the past....

    (03:10)
  • Sudan To Ethiopia show

    Sudan To Ethiopia

    Travelling under blistering sun, at an all time emotional low, the boys meet with UNICEF to discuss local efforts to prevent...

    (03:12)
  • Assassins and chagas show

    Assassins and chagas

    Mike gets bitten by the bug under the palm trees of the Amazon. The assassin bug spreads chagas disease which is responsible...

    (03:12)
  • Ground Warfare show

    Ground Warfare

    This series explores the nitty-gritty of Ground Warfare in an engaging and unpredictable way.

    (00:57)
  • The legendary piranha show

    The legendary piranha

    Using himself as bait, Mike finds out how much piranha are attracted to human flesh.

    (03:10)
  • World without Oil show

    World without Oil

    Oil is one of the most important commodities today. What would our world look like if we ran out of oil?

    (01:14)
  • Deadly caterpillars and Manaus show

    Deadly caterpillars and Manaus

    Deadly caterpillars leave a lasting impression on Mike Leahy as he heads towards Manaus and one of the most incredible natural...

    (03:10)
  • Mars_MOBI03 show

    Mars_MOBI03

    Mars may appear to have an inhospitable climate, evidence suggests that in the past things were different.

    (03:13)