In this episode, junior scientists conduct experiments with water, citric acid, sodium bicarbonate, sodium chloride and tartaric acid to observe physical and chemical changes, as well as measure pH acidity levels.
Join a bunch of junior palaeontologists as they learn about dinosaur fossils and create their own plaster casts.
Discover the forces that make fidget spinners work, and slow them down, when you get to know gravity and friction.
Student scientists use their coding and problem solving skills to program their Sphero robots to draw squares and navigate a maze.
Our teenage pups are negotiating their tricky adolescent months. Can troubled teen Rory avoid being rejected by yet another owner? Big Ron faces bath time. Giant pup Baloo cools down with a trip to the snow dome.
Follow some adorable puppies through their troublesome teenage months. We catch up with English bulldog Big Ron, miniature schnauzer Willoughby, Dalmatian Suki, and Baloo, a giant Pyrenean mountain dog in a puppy's body.
Some very special puppies enter a new phase of their lives - as they leave their littermates and join their new human families. Watch as they form bonds that last a life time and become man's best friend!
Puppies experience the most remarkable changes; transforming from helpless, blind newborns into capable canines. Watch as every sight, sound and smell they encounter forms the building blocks of their personality.
The team travel to avalanche country and the French ski town of Tignes in the Alps. Clare and Dougal go skiing in the shadow of the biggest avalanche threat in the mountains and test out the latest survival technology.
Mike, Dougal and Leah are on an epic, rain-soaked journey. The team travel the length of India tracking the monsoon - the world's biggest weather phenomenon, as it passes over the country to the world's wettest place.
Clare, Dougal, Leo and Mike discover the secrets of ice. On a bobsleigh track in the Swiss Alps, Leo learns about the slippery properties of this frozen substance, while Mike explores the devastating power of ice storms.
The team travel 9656km to the country of Chile and the Atacama Desert, officially the driest place in the world. Leo skydives out of a plane to reveal why the air is so dry.
It's wetsuits on for the team as they hit the surf to unlock the secrets of king-sized waves and fast-rising tides.
Mike Theiss travels into the heart of the Boston Blizzard of February 2013. He witnesses first-hand how a major city in the US comes grinding to a halt after 36 hours of winter chaos.
The team travel to Morocco, North Africa and to the Sahara Desert: the biggest hot desert in the world. Leo is put to the test as he finds out how to escape the deadly grip of quicksand.
The team investigates what happens when water becomes our enemy. Mike heads to Southampton to learn all about the most important flood rescue vehicle - the hovercraft.
This program takes viewers on a journey to one of the world's coldest and most hostile places on the planet - the Yukon territory in Canada.
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