Learn how to solve a Rubik's cube, win a bike race, triumph in a boat race, iron a shirt without an iron, master the hula hoop and most importantly shine shoes with a banana.
Learn how to perfect a splash free dive, build a paper plane, make a movie projector for a cell phone, improve memory and most importantly create a delicious fruit salad using karate moves.
Brian Cox explains how we can discover what stars are made of by analysing the light that arrives on earth from the stars. Elements are shown to emit certain colours when they are burnt.
Learn how to water-ski without skis, ride a rodeo bull, pack a case, build sandcastles and most importantly escape from duct tape.
Learn how to juggle with bottles, lift more weight, deliver the perfect punch, escape from a strait jacket and most importantly, steal chocolate using geometry.
Learn how to bounce like a pro on a slack line, gain precious seconds on the go kart track, avoid getting shot, score big on the dart board and most importantly, make candles using tuna fish!
Find out how to drive a car on two wheels, blow a perfect bubble, construct a bottle rocket, win an arm wrestle and most importantly, light a barbecue with crisps.
Could a remote island chain in Polynesia be remnants of the lost continent of Hiva, which is believed to have sunk after a great disaster?
Discover the secret to how experts hold their breath and the effect on their bodies, how to execute the perfect football penalty and how to keep your smartphone cool.
Find out winning tips on speed eating, what colour to wear to be attractive, how to avoid a fizzy drink fiasco, wrestling tips so you can topple anyone and the secret to seeing in the dark.
This episode delves into the social history of the airliner's 50-year working life, from its first commercial flight in 1970 to today, examining the impact the 747, in democratising air travel and creating long-haul for all. A nostalgic journey from the glamorous age of the 'jet set' to the no-frills air travel of today, this film explores how the 747's unique upper deck and twin-aisle cabin transformed the passenger experience from the preserve of the rich and famous to an affordable form of travel for everyone, fulfilling people's wildest holiday dreams and connecting the world like never before.
Find out how to use Newton's law of inertia to whip a tablecloth out from under the objects on it. Put your skull to good use in amplifying the reach of your electronic key fob in large car parks.
Find out how to win at football freestyling, get through a locked door in an emergency and stay dry in a rain shower.
Professor Brian Cox explains how stars die. Stars are only able to survive as long as they have a supply of hydrogen to burn. But all stars will eventually run out and then die.
Visit the Dolphin Research Centre in sunny Florida Keys and its team of volunteers as they look after and educate the wider community about marine welfare and dolphins.
Michael Mosley finds out what giving up alcohol for a month really does to your health. Gabriel Weston investigates what we really know about the risks and benefits of medical cannabis. Dr Zoe Williams reveals how to get the most out of your GP appointment. Dr Alain Gregoire discovers a surprising way massage benefits your health. Dr Giles Yeo finds out how to avoid exam stress. Michael finds out whether tai chi can offer the same health benefits as vigorous exercise - without all the huffing and puffing. Gabriel discovers a pioneering new technology that is transforming complex brain surgery. Giles asks what we can do about heartburn. Zoe asks - how safe are the medicines we buy online?
Examining the key differences between small marsupials, including quokkas and quolls.
Tigress Raj Bhera has four new cubs who she must protect while battling rivals who want to steal her lands and overthrow her.
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