TВ-программа - Da Vinci Learning

Научно-развлекательный телеканал для детей и взрослых. Канал предлагает ТВ-шоу, которые одновременно и развлекают, и обучают, а также вдохновляют на изучение наук в игровой форме.

The mysteries of the earth, sea and sky

The earth, sea and sky are full of amazing phenomena. In the past people thought they were magic, but science can explain them.

To wash or not to wash?

Our skin and hair changes if we don't wash regularly. Animals don't have baths, but they have developed their own ways of keeping clean.

Tuberculosis: The White Death

The film tracks the historical evolution, showcases the destruction, and unravels the science behind tuberculosis.

Robots With Rhythm

Thanks to the latest technology, humanoid robots can dance like Michael Jackson! Discover the many steps that allow this to happen.

The Magic of Mushrooms

Prof. Richard Fortey explores the science behind fungi, from their evolution to their value to both us and the planet.

The Transformation of Tastes and Smells

Odours, pains, gas: where do the odd reactions of our bodies come from? Find out now!

Can You Fix a Brain Like Mine?

The ethics and cutting-edge advances of neuroscience are addressed from both a personal and a scientific perspective.

The mysteries of the earth, sea and sky

The earth, sea and sky are full of amazing phenomena. In the past people thought they were magic, but science can explain them.

To wash or not to wash?

Our skin and hair changes if we don't wash regularly. Animals don't have baths, but they have developed their own ways of keeping clean.

Gravity Secrets

Prof. Jim Al-Khalili discovers that despite many fascinating breakthoughs in researching it, gravity still has many secrets.

Calculating Ada - The Countess of Computing

This documentary reveals the life of Ada Lovelace - her legacy as the world's first computer programmer and prophet for our digital age.

Poor Mily

When Mily wants a new beach bag her mom tells her she doesn't need one. Mily joins a garage sale to be able to afford it herself.

Pop Art

Mily needs to write about someone for school but suffers from writers block. She wonders: How can we portray someone with only words?

Minestrone Soup

Link has the perfect plan to make a minestrone soup. But he can’t figure out why some of the vegetables need to be sautéed first.

Muscle Memory

The brain is in charge of all the organs in the body. This control is what enables a quick and coordinated response to the environment.

Sumatra: A New Chance for the Orangutans

Today, about 6,000 orangutans live on Sumatra. Palm oil plantations are destroying their habitat, and many locals regard them as playthings.

Cambodia: Soun and the Snakes

When the forests in Cambodia sink into water during rainy season, the fishermen leave their floating villages to catch water snakes.

Thomas Alva Edison Vs. Nikola Tesla - Competition Moves Society Forward

On a stormy night the theatre lights go out. Betty suggests asking for help from the man who invented the light-bulb, Thomas Edison.

Setting Food on Fire

The doctors set fire to food and Dr. Xand visits an asthma clinic. There's a patient who fell off a slide in the emergency room.

Sing, Pose and Dance With the Professionals

Discover what it takes to be a singer, model or dancer. The professionals show how hard work and practice are necessary to succeed.

Yo-Yo

Devil on a rope that conquered the world. Where did it come from? How did it become popular? Where did it find use in the modern world?

Spirals

Koolkatt tries to hypnotize Hamza with spirals. Why are spirals so captivating?

Rockets

In this episode host Steve Spangler shows how to make high-flying rockets using nothing but soda bottles, balloons, vinegar, and straws.

Loudest Sound

Phil bends the power of sound to his will by making the loudest sound he can. Plus, make cornstarch mud dance, and shatter a wine glass!

Art and Revolution: Neoclassical Art

During the French Revolution, Rococo art fell out of grace. Artists developed a new aesthetic based on the cultural tradition of Rome.

Fooling the Tongue and the Nose

Our tongue and nose are significant organs. But they affect more than our biological needs. They affect even our memories and emotions.

Louis Pasteur and the Hidden Universe of Microorganisms

A plague turns everything around the Baron into wasteland. Just then Louis Pasteur appears to show the wasteland is in fact full of life.

Granola and Granola Bars

Two recipes - same ingredients. The granola texture goes perfectly with yogurt or milk. Ingredients in granola bars have to bind together.

Frame Shell Solid

Hamza learns that every structure type has unique and surprising properties. Who for instance knew that canoes can be made out of concrete?!

Rockets

In this episode host Steve Spangler shows how to make high-flying rockets using nothing but soda bottles, balloons, vinegar, and straws.

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.

Speedy Nerves and Dirty Hands

The doctors discover the speed of nerves and make a cake look bigger. Dr. Xand sees what happens when you don't wash your hands.

The Incredible Impact of Sport

Children, champions, athletes: no matter who we are, sport really impacts our bodies.

A Rich Roman Raps and a Pet Teapot

A rich Roman raps, some dogs join the army and philosopher Jeremy Bentham has a pet teapot. Gutenberg starts printing.

Entomologist

Mikaela goes to the Royal Ontario Museum to meet Antonia – an entomologist. Her job is to study insects and help people learn about them.

Physiotherapist

Mikaela visits a sports medicine clinic and learns how physiotherapists can prevent and treat injuries, and help athletes to get better.

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.

Elastic Energy

Phil starts with a Popsicle stick catapult. Plus, a maxed out paddle wheel boat and a re-enactment of how medieval catapults were used.

Hoop Glider

Defying gravity is Phil’s mission but maxing out a hoop glider proves to be hard. Plus, hovering helium balloons and more anti-gravity fun!

Untrammeled Colours: Romantic Art

Romanticism arose as a revolt against Neoclassicism. Romanticists disdained the rationality of classicism, and were masters of color.

Aztec Time and a Smelly Cure

From popcorn and tomatoes to calendars and hieroglyphics, Matt, Paige and the History Hunters discover the legacy of the Aztec civilisation.

Ula

Fifteen-year-old Ula manages her family’s budget for a month and hopes to save enough to fund her singing career.

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.

Defying Gravity With Newton

Dick and Dom reveal the genius of Sir Isaac Newton and explore his theories of gravity. Then they try out their own genius idea.

Preventing Dizziness

The doctors show what happens when you get diarrhoea. Dr. Xand gets his skates on and learns how to spin without getting dizzy.

St. Augustine and Joan of Arc

St. Augustine gets a promotion and Joan of Arc gets an army. Samuel Pepys writes a strange book and not all great escapes end well.

Gadgets to Revolutionise Your Daily Life

New developments in drones, household robots and 3D printers are set to change our lives dramatically.

Mission: Zero Emission - The Factory of Tomorrow

Is a zero emission factory possible? Find out how the factory of the future is already hard at work today!

The Science of Special Effects

Special effects have been around for a long time - but now they are becoming even more spectacular! Discover the science behind them.

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Michael Mosley infects himself with a variety of parasites in order to research their effect on the human body.