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Student Explorer

The first ever winner of the Xploration Awesome Planet Student Explorer Contest travels with Philippe to Mexico to swim with whale sharks.

Animals: Even Smarter Than You Think!

Dogs, pigs, cows and ravens can be astonishingly intelligent. And animals can have unexpected friendships!

Against the Odds

The story of what happens during our middle weeks in the womb – when we become an individual – is told.

Confucius

Confucius developed a system of individual and collective ethics designed to overcome the civil and personal strife around him. How exactly?

The First 8 Weeks

The story of what happens during the first eight weeks in the womb is told, from organ development to the first heartbeat.

Student Explorer

The first ever winner of the Xploration Awesome Planet Student Explorer Contest travels with Philippe to Mexico to swim with whale sharks.

Animals: Even Smarter Than You Think!

Dogs, pigs, cows and ravens can be astonishingly intelligent. And animals can have unexpected friendships!

Buddha

Buddha gave up everything in an attempt to find greater meaning in life. Did his universal ideas prefigure the globalist beliefs of our day?

Android Lloyd Webber

A team of scientists, composers and actors work with the computer programme Android Lloyd Webber to produce a west end musical

Look to the future

Mily and Pénélope are competing for the same role in a school play. Mily wants to jump ahead in time but can we really predict the future?

Life is sweet

It’s spring break and everybody is leaving town except Mily … lame!! She wonders: Why is everybody so happy and I'm not?

Tzatziki

Link has a great recipe for Tzatziki, using the remaining yogurt in the carton as his active culture, demonstrating sterilizing techniques.

Auditory Illusions

The ranges of sound surrounding us are infinite. By learning new ways to hear – and listen – we open up an incredible new world!

The Children Parliament of Rajasthan

13-year-old Neraj is the children's minister of agriculture of Rajasthan. Neraj is tackling water supply in villages facing drought.

Burundi - Land of Rhythm

In Burundi, a country tainted by civil war, drumming gives hope for a new beginning. To pass the tradition on drummers rely on young talent.

Zhang Heng - The Science of Earthquakes

An earthquake affects the city. Zhang Heng explains how he made the first apparatus for detecting the origin and intensity of earthquakes.

The Inside Story of Eyes and Fat

The doctors investigate the eye and Dr. Chris looks at his fat under a microscope. They meet a patient with a bad rash.

Giant dinosaurs and incredible landscapes

France is home to some amazing geology and vegetation. It used to be home to some huge dinosaurs!

Kite

A toy, a siege weapon, a meteorological device, a scarecrow or a fishing trick – what is this wonderous thing? How to make a kite?

Musical Cylinders

Hamza is determined to find out why so many instruments – flutes, horns, organs -- are cylinders. What’s so musical about that shape?

Supermarket Science

Steve Spangler goes to the supermarket for things you can use to create your own science magic.

States of Matter

Phil fills a giant trough with cornstarch mud to see if it’s solid enough to run across. Plus, a giant sledgehammer made of frozen pumpkin.

Three Giants of Renaissance: The Art of High Renaissance in Italy

The culture of antiquity was revived in 14th-century Italy. Leading the revival were Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael, and their humanism.

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!

Isaac Newton and the Forces of the Universe

The Baron has created an enormous clockwork in sync with the Universe. But something goes badly wrong. Right on cue, Isaac Newton appears.

Empanadas

Link discovers the tricks behind making a flaky homemade pastry to encase his ground beef empanada filling. A case of less is more.

Projectiles in Sports

Hamza tries to juggle a football, a baseball, and a hockey puck but quickly loses control. Each has a different size and shape. Why?

Supermarket Science

Steve Spangler goes to the supermarket for things you can use to create your own science magic.

Lamu - The Donkey Island

6000 donkeys live on the little island of Lamu, a tropical paradise just off the coast of Kenya. 14-year-old Shee dreams of his own donkey.

Wales - The World Championship of Sheepdogs

Wales is home to 11 million sheep and best sheepdogs. Nigel and one of his biggest talents are training for the world championship.

The Amazing World of the Liver

The doctors show how the liver works and Dr. Chris collects snot for an experiment. At the emergency room, someone has nose surgery.

The Science of Survival

We need fire, shelter and clean water to survive. Get tips on surviving in the wild and in the city during an emergency.

Strange Sports and Roman Emperors

England's King speaks German, there are strange sports at the Highland Games and the Roman Emperors get together.

AI Computer Scientist

Mikaela goes to a computer lab. She discovers how computers learn and how facial recognition programmes work.

High School Teacher

Mikaela meets Kate, a high school biology teacher. Mikaela teaches her first biology class and has fun being a teacher for a day.

Why we love to nibble

Why do we eat even when we are not hungry? Is it really bad for us? Discover the science of snacking and healthy nibbling.

The Elephants of Mount Kenya

There is a nature preserve for 2,000 elephants around Mount Kenya. The animals destroy the harvest but are repeatedly killed by poachers.

The Arctic: A Boy Becomes a Hunter

The Inuit in the north of Greenland still subsist by hunting seals and polar bears. However, fewer and fewer boys want to become hunters.

Geodesic Dome

Phil shows how to build a geodesic dome with gum drops and toothpicks. Then he maxes it out with oranges and watermelons.

Paper Airplane

Phil tries to make a giant paper airplane to see if it will still fly. Plus, terminal velocity and indoor tornadoes!

Responses to Renaissance from Other Countries: Renaissance in Venice and Other Regions in Europe

The artists in north Europe turned the Gothic tradition into detailed realism. These were the counterparts of the Italian Renaissance.

Totem Poles and American Tribes

Matt, Paige and the History Hunters travel back in time to explore the Native American culture. They learn sign language and make old toys.

Byron

Thirteen-year-old Byron manages his family’s budget for a month and hopes to save money towards his long-term goal of buying a van.

An Unusual Extended Family

A priest has adopted children from far-flung corners of Russia. The sense of belonging is reinforced by singing in choir - at a prison.

An Orphanage on an Arctic Expedition

Northern Greenland is home to the world’s northernmost orphanage. Ten youths will learn to survive so they can cope better with life.

Spectacular Fireworks With Turing

Dick and Dom reveal the genius of Alan Turing, World War Two code breaker and the man behind the modern day computer.

The Fingerprint of the Lungs

The doctors find that your breath is unique to you. They visit a hospital TV show to see how they make the accidents look real.

The Fabulous French and Madame Tussaud

The French revolt, Madame Tussaud has strange ways of building models, Aethelred the Unready pays Danegeld and the Suffragettes sing.

Skatīties 21:30 Men and women: how different are we really? Men and women: how different are we really?

There are a lot of beliefs about the differences between men and women. Scientific experiments don't always support the stereotypes.