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For all ages, Da Vinci Learning offers a safe, positive TV environment where learning becomes a fascinating journey. We look to combine the best of children’s and documentary channels to create one format. Our philosophy of seamless learning is centered around a multimedia approach to audiovisual learning for the entire family. We offer quality content on topics such as science, history, art, and the natural world.

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Life of a Universe

00:00-00:50

Physicist Brian Cox goes on a quest to discover everything we know – and don't know – about our universe.

00:00-00:50 Life of a Universe

Physicist Brian Cox goes on a quest to discover everything we know – and don't know – about our universe.

00:50-01:00 From Captivity Into the Wild

Care needs to be taken when reintroducing animals into the wild. Zoos nurture the animal's wild instincts so that it can survive alone.

The Wild Rides of Amusement Parks

01:00-01:30

The rides in amusement parks are always evolving. Discover the latest in water parks, tree climbing and rollercoasters.

01:00-01:30 The Wild Rides of Amusement Parks

The rides in amusement parks are always evolving. Discover the latest in water parks, tree climbing and rollercoasters.

Incredible Talents Tested by Science

01:30-02:00

Amazing voice talents, object swallowers and street gymnasts: their abilities are put to the test by science.

01:30-02:00 Incredible Talents Tested by Science

Amazing voice talents, object swallowers and street gymnasts: their abilities are put to the test by science.

Gold Rush

02:00-02:30

Can the scientists collect gold from a river, build a metal detector, and construct a super-accurate balance?

02:00-02:30 Gold Rush

Can the scientists collect gold from a river, build a metal detector, and construct a super-accurate balance?

Shakers

02:30-03:00

Can the scientists build an automatic gold panning machine, make hand cream, and find evidence of earthquakes in the area?

02:30-03:00 Shakers

Can the scientists build an automatic gold panning machine, make hand cream, and find evidence of earthquakes in the area?

Quakers

03:00-03:30

Can the scientists build a waterproof tent and a seismograph by using only natural resources?

03:00-03:30 Quakers

Can the scientists build a waterproof tent and a seismograph by using only natural resources?

Ice

03:30-04:00

Can the scientists measure the speed and melting rate of a glacier, as well as keep themselves warm without a fire?

03:30-04:00 Ice

Can the scientists measure the speed and melting rate of a glacier, as well as keep themselves warm without a fire?

04:00-04:05 The big competition

Tim asks all the friends to design a new pair of rubber boots. What strategies can they use to get their ideas accross?

04:05-04:15 Promise

When their dad can't go to the Luna Park with them because of work, Mily and Lola are disappointed. How can he just break his promise?

04:15-04:30 Fish Tacos

Link shows how to create a light golden brown crust on the fish through proper searing, which is due the Maillard Reaction.

Memory

04:30-05:00

Thanks to our brain, we have access to past experiences that make up who we are – even in dreams! This creates our unique personalities.

04:30-05:00 Memory

Thanks to our brain, we have access to past experiences that make up who we are – even in dreams! This creates our unique personalities.

Rationality and Sumptuousness: Rococo Art and Academic Art in the 18th Century

05:00-05:30

Classicists advocated rationalism, aspiring harmony. In 1637, French Academy was founded, bringing about the emergence of academic art.

05:00-05:30 Rationality and Sumptuousness: Rococo Art and Academic Art in the 18th Century

Classicists advocated rationalism, aspiring harmony. In 1637, French Academy was founded, bringing about the emergence of academic art.

The Genius of Leonardo da Vinci

05:30-05:55

A mysterious genie puts a spell on Munchhausen's collection of artwork and jewels, posing a powerful riddle: Why was Da Vinci a real genius?

05:30-05:55 The Genius of Leonardo da Vinci

A mysterious genie puts a spell on Munchhausen's collection of artwork and jewels, posing a powerful riddle: Why was Da Vinci a real genius?

The Fingerprint of the Lungs

05:55-06:25

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.

05:55-06:25 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.

06:25-06:35 The Mine Clearing Rat

Offspring - a success for a breed of rats that are able to smell TNT. In a matter of weeks the little one learns how to find buried mines.

06:35-06:55 Monks of the Golden Triangle

A group of young monks gallops through the north of Thailand on a mission to 'convert' 7-year-old Pumbui to a life without crime and drugs.

06:55-07:05 Doll

Which came first, the doll or Homo sapiens? Which dolls were worshipped as idols? Do robotic toys signal the era of artificial intelligence?

Power of 10

07:05-07:30

Hamza studies the metric system to find out how we can measure things that are too small to see. Will he crack the metric code?

07:05-07:30 Power of 10

Hamza studies the metric system to find out how we can measure things that are too small to see. Will he crack the metric code?

Inertia

07:30-08:00

Do you ever wonder how to pull a tablecloth out from under the dishes of a set table? Host Steve Spangler shows how to do it.

07:30-08:00 Inertia

Do you ever wonder how to pull a tablecloth out from under the dishes of a set table? Host Steve Spangler shows how to do it.

08:00-08:20 Nucleation Fountain

Phil experiments with gas pressure using fizzy drinks, an air compressor and mints. Then he maxes it out with carbonation and a vacuum.

08:20-08:25 Get Ready to Dance

Do you have what it takes to become a professional dancer? Find out...

08:25-08:30 They See Way Better Than Us

We don't all see the world the same. Find out why!

A Mirror of Nature

08:30-09:00

In the 17th century, Dutch painters sought to create paintings which would stay 'true to life'. Art began to meet the needs of the public.

08:30-09:00 A Mirror of Nature

In the 17th century, Dutch painters sought to create paintings which would stay 'true to life'. Art began to meet the needs of the public.

Everyday Illusions

09:00-09:30

Human vision is incomplete and our brains are filling in the blanks. We don't always notice magical illustions but some we see every day.

09:00-09:30 Everyday Illusions

Human vision is incomplete and our brains are filling in the blanks. We don't always notice magical illustions but some we see every day.

Successful Early Adapters

09:30-10:00

This episode examines the ancient evolutionary adaptations of the shark, the bee, the bichir, and the musk ox.

09:30-10:00 Successful Early Adapters

This episode examines the ancient evolutionary adaptations of the shark, the bee, the bichir, and the musk ox.

10:00-10:15 Sloppy Joes and Marinated Zucchini Salad

Link presents a vegetarian version of this family favourite, using tofu instead of meat. Tofu is made from soya beans and is spongy.

Make that a Double

10:15-10:40

Hamza interviews a zombie to find out how mathematic 'doubling' makes numbers grow from tiny to astronomical. Fun ehh freaky times two!

10:15-10:40 Make that a Double

Hamza interviews a zombie to find out how mathematic 'doubling' makes numbers grow from tiny to astronomical. Fun ehh freaky times two!

Fluids

10:40-11:10

In this episode host Steve Spangler shows how to walk on water. He also explores the question: What is a fluid?

10:40-11:10 Fluids

In this episode host Steve Spangler shows how to walk on water. He also explores the question: What is a fluid?

11:10-11:20 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.

11:20-11:40 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.

Tasting With Your Nose

11:40-12:05

The doctors reveal how you taste with your nose as well as your tongue and Dr. Chris prints his skull with a 3D printer.

11:40-12:05 Tasting With Your Nose

The doctors reveal how you taste with your nose as well as your tongue and Dr. Chris prints his skull with a 3D printer.

Behind the Scenes With Hygiene Products

12:05-12:35

Discover the science of toilet paper and kitchen towel, soaps and shampoos, and diapers and hygiene products.

12:05-12:35 Behind the Scenes With Hygiene Products

Discover the science of toilet paper and kitchen towel, soaps and shampoos, and diapers and hygiene products.

A Song Special

12:35-13:05

Some of history's greatest characters serenade us. Featuring songs from Charles Dickens, Rosa Parks, Joan of Arc and Alexander the Great.

12:35-13:05 A Song Special

Some of history's greatest characters serenade us. Featuring songs from Charles Dickens, Rosa Parks, Joan of Arc and Alexander the Great.

13:05-13:15 Illusions

Olivier's legs are missing but when he wears his prosthetics and trousers, nobody knows. In this episode, Olivier learns about illusion.

13:15-13:35 Wind

Stan loves to kite surf. In this episode, he finds out how to jump as high as he can, using the extraordinary powers of the wind.

13:35-13:45 Hannah and the Shetland Ponies

12-year-old Hannah wants to qualify for the UK's most important pony race. A big challenge because Shetland ponies are stubborn animals.

13:45-14:05 The Blind Children of Tibet

In Tibet, blindness is considered as punishment for sins. Only blind Sabriye had the courage to take on educating the blind children.

A Powerful Worm and a Whole New Brain

14:05-14:30

Eureka Girl, Doc K and Nash go in search of the power of regeneration. They meet a scientist who managed to grow a whole new brain.

14:05-14:30 A Powerful Worm and a Whole New Brain

Eureka Girl, Doc K and Nash go in search of the power of regeneration. They meet a scientist who managed to grow a whole new brain.

14:30-14:50 Rocket Car

Phil builds a balloon powered car. Plus, Newton's Cradle out of bowling balls, how Guinea Pigs got their name and Newton's 3rd Law.

14:50-15:00 Teenage Computer Superpowers

As a teenager your superpower could be your reaction time! Discover why.

Rationality and Sumptuousness: Rococo Art and Academic Art in the 18th Century

15:00-15:30

Classicists advocated rationalism, aspiring harmony. In 1637, French Academy was founded, bringing about the emergence of academic art.

15:00-15:30 Rationality and Sumptuousness: Rococo Art and Academic Art in the 18th Century

Classicists advocated rationalism, aspiring harmony. In 1637, French Academy was founded, bringing about the emergence of academic art.

I Spy With My Little Eye

15:30-16:05

Matt, Paige and the History Hunters explore the world of spies. They discover spy tricks, great disguises and secret gadgets.

15:30-16:05 I Spy With My Little Eye

Matt, Paige and the History Hunters explore the world of spies. They discover spy tricks, great disguises and secret gadgets.

A Daft Disguise and Chris Ofili

16:05-16:35

Michelle and Nigel get arty with driftwood and show how to fool your friends with a daft disguise. They check in with Chris Ofili.

16:05-16:35 A Daft Disguise and Chris Ofili

Michelle and Nigel get arty with driftwood and show how to fool your friends with a daft disguise. They check in with Chris Ofili.

16:35-16:45 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.

16:45-17:00 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.

Widdowson Rations

17:00-17:30

Dick and Dom reveal the genius of food expert Elsie Widdowson, who helped to devise war time rationing. Then they try out their own idea.

17:00-17:30 Widdowson Rations

Dick and Dom reveal the genius of food expert Elsie Widdowson, who helped to devise war time rationing. Then they try out their own idea.

Blocked Blood Vessels

17:30-18:00

The doctors race to see what happens when a blood vessel gets blocked. Dr. Xand has physio, and Dr. Chris helps a man with chest pain.

17:30-18:00 Blocked Blood Vessels

The doctors race to see what happens when a blood vessel gets blocked. Dr. Xand has physio, and Dr. Chris helps a man with chest pain.

Crooked King John and the Magna Carta

18:00-18:30

Rotten ruler Crooked King John becomes king when his brother Richard the Lionheart dies. He signs the Magna Carta and promises to be good.

18:00-18:30 Crooked King John and the Magna Carta

Rotten ruler Crooked King John becomes king when his brother Richard the Lionheart dies. He signs the Magna Carta and promises to be good.

Child Prodigies and Geniuses

18:30-19:00

These young people have come up with some amazing inventions. Where does their talent come from?

18:30-19:00 Child Prodigies and Geniuses

These young people have come up with some amazing inventions. Where does their talent come from?

Back To the Moon

19:00-19:50

Half a century since the last Apollo mission landed on the moon, astrophysicist Alan Duffy takes us inside the new space race.

19:00-19:50 Back To the Moon

Half a century since the last Apollo mission landed on the moon, astrophysicist Alan Duffy takes us inside the new space race.

19:50-20:00 The strange reactions of dairy products

Why does milk boil over so quickly? Why does some cheese have holes in it? Discover the science secrets of dairy products.

Blue Whales

20:00-21:00

Stephen and Mark go to Mexico in search of Blue Whales. Whales have been here for ages but the realism of modern whailing is sobering.

20:00-21:00 Blue Whales

Stephen and Mark go to Mexico in search of Blue Whales. Whales have been here for ages but the realism of modern whailing is sobering.

Behind the Scenes With Hygiene Products

21:00-21:30

Discover the science of toilet paper and kitchen towel, soaps and shampoos, and diapers and hygiene products.

21:00-21:30 Behind the Scenes With Hygiene Products

Discover the science of toilet paper and kitchen towel, soaps and shampoos, and diapers and hygiene products.

Child Prodigies and Geniuses

21:30-22:00

These young people have come up with some amazing inventions. Where does their talent come from?

21:30-22:00 Child Prodigies and Geniuses

These young people have come up with some amazing inventions. Where does their talent come from?

Back To the Moon

22:00-22:50

Half a century since the last Apollo mission landed on the moon, astrophysicist Alan Duffy takes us inside the new space race.

22:00-22:50 Back To the Moon

Half a century since the last Apollo mission landed on the moon, astrophysicist Alan Duffy takes us inside the new space race.

22:50-23:00 The strange reactions of dairy products

Why does milk boil over so quickly? Why does some cheese have holes in it? Discover the science secrets of dairy products.

Blue Whales

23:00-23:59

Stephen and Mark go to Mexico in search of Blue Whales. Whales have been here for ages but the realism of modern whailing is sobering.

23:00-23:59 Blue Whales

Stephen and Mark go to Mexico in search of Blue Whales. Whales have been here for ages but the realism of modern whailing is sobering.

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