Harrison meets a man who builds round treehouses in a forest and uses tension to keep them from falling out of the trees.
Harrison challenges four children to build a bridge out of noodles and marshmallows and learns what makes structures strong.
Soft bodied invertebrates have no bones or major hard parts, which gives them some big advantages.
Many of the earth's scariest creatures are actually just trying to survive.
For the first time, the Makers will pair up in the Faster Craft to create a coordinated couple's costume. In the Master Craft, they'll each show off their love for a furry friend.
This week Richard's turning his attention to the noise, dirt and discomfort that he suffers while on public transport.
As a former colony and island at the edge of Europe, outside influences have always shaped our history, our culture, and our design. Angela and Sandra look at how centuries of migration, invasion and colonisation have resulted in a constant ebb and flow of influence from abroad. We discover a modern take on the Norman Tower House on the campus of Trinity College. We learn how Dutch graphic designers shaped Ireland's visual culture in the 1950s and how the Scandinavian Design Report in 1962 led to the setting up of the influential Kilkenny Design Workshops, bringing a wave of European designers to Ireland to help unlock a uniquely Irish design style. We see how Irish designers and architects embraced these outside influences, and in time went on to influence others as we go inside the award-winning and celebrated Bocconi Institute in Milan, designed by Grafton Architects.