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Category: Kids  

DTH: Nova+Nyota
DTT: Basic

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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A Super Car

00:00-01:00

See how Formula One racing team McLaren is now building a road car using some of their F1 technology!

00:00-01:00 A Super Car

See how Formula One racing team McLaren is now building a road car using some of their F1 technology!

Greening the Federal Government

01:00-01:30

Thom Mayne was commissioned to design the San Francisco Federal Building, a structure aiming to be the prototype for tomorrow's workplace.

01:00-01:30 Greening the Federal Government

Thom Mayne was commissioned to design the San Francisco Federal Building, a structure aiming to be the prototype for tomorrow's workplace.

Replaceable Me

01:30-02:00

Will we be able to replace human organs with artificial replacements any time soon? And if so, how? In this episode we'll find out.

01:30-02:00 Replaceable Me

Will we be able to replace human organs with artificial replacements any time soon? And if so, how? In this episode we'll find out.

Mapping it Out

02:00-02:30

Can the scientists create an accurate scale map, botanical paper and inks, and a sound-recording device?

02:00-02:30 Mapping it Out

Can the scientists create an accurate scale map, botanical paper and inks, and a sound-recording device?

Bugs and Barometers

02:30-03:00

Can the scientists make an antiseptic lotion, a microscope, and a weather station?

02:30-03:00 Bugs and Barometers

Can the scientists make an antiseptic lotion, a microscope, and a weather station?

Time and Transmitters

03:00-03:30

Can the scientists create a radio, clock, and kite using only natural resources?

03:00-03:30 Time and Transmitters

Can the scientists create a radio, clock, and kite using only natural resources?

Feel the Heat

03:30-04:00

Can the scientists create a freezer, thermometer, and sunscreen, using only natural resources?

03:30-04:00 Feel the Heat

Can the scientists create a freezer, thermometer, and sunscreen, using only natural resources?

04:00-04:05 Lovers

In the courtyard, kids are making fun of Pénélope because she likes Julien. Why do we make fun of people we care about?

04:05-04:15 Rembrandt

A mysterious monkey hides in Mati and Dada's room. It seems like he belongs to a very famous painter from Amsterdam ...

04:15-04:30 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.

Out of Memory & Pizza to Go

04:30-05:00

Von Bolt forgets the password to the lab's ticking self-destruct mechanism. And, a growth ray blows a pizza up to gigantic proportions.

04:30-05:00 Out of Memory & Pizza to Go

Von Bolt forgets the password to the lab's ticking self-destruct mechanism. And, a growth ray blows a pizza up to gigantic proportions.

Cures

05:00-05:30

Explore the historical development of cures for bacterial infections and find out what the future may bring.

05:00-05:30 Cures

Explore the historical development of cures for bacterial infections and find out what the future may bring.

Lung Power & Muesli Meteors

05:30-06:00

Madi takes us on a trip to the nursery. Jameson uses lung power. Christian makes hand made helmets. And Lindsay makes muesli meteors.

05:30-06:00 Lung Power & Muesli Meteors

Madi takes us on a trip to the nursery. Jameson uses lung power. Christian makes hand made helmets. And Lindsay makes muesli meteors.

Successful Early Adapters

06:00-06:30

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

06:00-06:30 Successful Early Adapters

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

06:30-06:40 Kung Fu - China's Female Fighters

Guo Jia attends the only Kung Fu school in China for girls. Jumping over roofs and climbing up walls are now put to the test.

06:40-07:00 The Jungle Orchestra

Simon plays violin in a village bordering the jungle in Bolivia. Now he is about to leave it for the first time for a performance in Peru.

Watt and Double Steam

07:00-07:30

Dick and Dom reveal the genius of Scottish inventor and engineer James Watt, who revolutionised steam technology.

07:00-07:30 Watt and Double Steam

Dick and Dom reveal the genius of Scottish inventor and engineer James Watt, who revolutionised steam technology.

Crimewatch BC and Viking Robberies

07:30-08:00

Some Vikings attack a monastery, a peasant gets a posh makeover and Crimewatch BC tries to solve the mystery of Julius Caesar's murder.

07:30-08:00 Crimewatch BC and Viking Robberies

Some Vikings attack a monastery, a peasant gets a posh makeover and Crimewatch BC tries to solve the mystery of Julius Caesar's murder.

Tea Time and Monster Animals

08:00-08:30

The Stuarts discover tea, Vikings fight at funerals and a child thinks animals are strange monsters. Cowboys sing about the Wild West.

08:00-08:30 Tea Time and Monster Animals

The Stuarts discover tea, Vikings fight at funerals and a child thinks animals are strange monsters. Cowboys sing about the Wild West.

08:30-08:50 Antacid Rocket

Phil shows how you can build a rocket powered by an antacid tablet. He uses chemistry to burst a balloon and to make light and crystals.

08:50-09:00 Cup and Ball

What was the game Indians played? How could you climb the social ladder under Louis XV? And what did Tolstoy write in his 'War and Peace'?

From Travel Sickness to a Good Night's Sleep

09:00-09:30

Doctors Chris and Xand show why people get travel sick and why we need sleep. There are tummy troubles in the emergency room.

09:00-09:30 From Travel Sickness to a Good Night's Sleep

Doctors Chris and Xand show why people get travel sick and why we need sleep. There are tummy troubles in the emergency room.

Rockets

09:30-10:00

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

09:30-10:00 Rockets

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

The Incredible Impact of Sport

10:00-10:30

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

10:00-10:30 The Incredible Impact of Sport

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

Blow it All Away

10:30-11:00

Doc K and Nash go in search of an air cannon that can be used to conquer super-villains. They learn how to levitate things with a hairdryer.

10:30-11:00 Blow it All Away

Doc K and Nash go in search of an air cannon that can be used to conquer super-villains. They learn how to levitate things with a hairdryer.

Rubber

11:00-11:30

Explore the historical development of rubber and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.

11:00-11:30 Rubber

Explore the historical development of rubber and find out what the next quirky discovery might be.

Auditory Illusions

11:30-12:00

The ranges of sound surrounding us are infinite. By learning new ways to hear – and listen – we open up an incredible new world!

11:30-12:00 Auditory Illusions

The ranges of sound surrounding us are infinite. By learning new ways to hear – and listen – we open up an incredible new world!

12:00-12:15 Tennis

With tips from guest pro Daniel and some scientific insight from Dr. Heather, there is no stopping Chloe on her way to tennis court.

The World Up Close

12:15-12:45

During today's hotshot challenge the competitors zoom in on colourful flowers and prickly cactuses. Who takes the winning close-up shot?

12:15-12:45 The World Up Close

During today's hotshot challenge the competitors zoom in on colourful flowers and prickly cactuses. Who takes the winning close-up shot?

Bazalgette and an Explosive Idea

12:45-13:15

Dick and Dom reveal the genius of Sir Joseph Bazalgette, the man who invented London's giant sewer system.

12:45-13:15 Bazalgette and an Explosive Idea

Dick and Dom reveal the genius of Sir Joseph Bazalgette, the man who invented London's giant sewer system.

13:15-13:35 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.

Operation Ouch Goes Back In Time

13:35-14:05

Dr Chris and Dr. Xand go back in time to see what medicine was like in the First World War.

13:35-14:05 Operation Ouch Goes Back In Time

Dr Chris and Dr. Xand go back in time to see what medicine was like in the First World War.

Fake Food and Pablo Picasso

14:05-14:35

Michelle and Nigel discover an unusual use for old toys and show how to make fake food. They check in with Pablo Picasso.

14:05-14:35 Fake Food and Pablo Picasso

Michelle and Nigel discover an unusual use for old toys and show how to make fake food. They check in with Pablo Picasso.

Imogen

14:35-15:05

Fifteen-year-old Imogen manages her family's budget for a month and hopes to save enough to fund her dance hobby.

14:35-15:05 Imogen

Fifteen-year-old Imogen manages her family's budget for a month and hopes to save enough to fund her dance hobby.

Queen Cleopatra and King Charles I

15:05-15:35

Queen Cleopatra gives beauty tips and King Charles doesn't go to his own wedding. The Victorians do some very strange things.

15:05-15:35 Queen Cleopatra and King Charles I

Queen Cleopatra gives beauty tips and King Charles doesn't go to his own wedding. The Victorians do some very strange things.

Inertia

15:35-16:05

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.

15:35-16:05 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.

Shocking Faraday

16:05-16:35

Dick and Dom reveal the genius of Michael Faraday, a pioneer of electricity whose discoveries helped power the planet.

16:05-16:35 Shocking Faraday

Dick and Dom reveal the genius of Michael Faraday, a pioneer of electricity whose discoveries helped power the planet.

Antacid Rocket

16:35-17:00

Phil shows how you can build a rocket powered by an antacid tablet. He uses chemistry to burst a balloon and to make light and crystals.

16:35-17:00 Antacid Rocket

Phil shows how you can build a rocket powered by an antacid tablet. He uses chemistry to burst a balloon and to make light and crystals.

I Spy With My Little Eye

17:00-17:30

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

17:00-17:30 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.

The science of travel

17:30-18:00

Science has made travelling much easier than it was 50 years ago, improving luggage, traffic coordination and reducing travel sickness.

17:30-18:00 The science of travel

Science has made travelling much easier than it was 50 years ago, improving luggage, traffic coordination and reducing travel sickness.

Oak Tree - part 1

18:00-18:50

Uncover the transformations the oak goes through to meet the challenges of four very different seasons, surviving gales and frosts.

18:00-18:50 Oak Tree - part 1

Uncover the transformations the oak goes through to meet the challenges of four very different seasons, surviving gales and frosts.

18:50-19:00 The Scene of the Crime

How can magnetic powder help find a teddy thief? Find out...

The Intelligence of Twins

19:00-20:00

Fascinating research with twins is revealing how much we inherit from our parents and the ways our experience shapes who we become.

19:00-20:00 The Intelligence of Twins

Fascinating research with twins is revealing how much we inherit from our parents and the ways our experience shapes who we become.

The Joy of Logic

20:00-21:00

Prof. Dave Cliff takes a witty and wise look at the logic of philosophy, maths, science and technology .

20:00-21:00 The Joy of Logic

Prof. Dave Cliff takes a witty and wise look at the logic of philosophy, maths, science and technology .

Bogotá: Building a Sustainable City

21:00-21:30

Enrique Peñalosa transformed Bogotá, one of the world's most chaotic cities, into a model of civic-minded and sustainable urban planning.

21:00-21:30 Bogotá: Building a Sustainable City

Enrique Peñalosa transformed Bogotá, one of the world's most chaotic cities, into a model of civic-minded and sustainable urban planning.

Superhuman Me

21:30-22:00

In the UK and the US, devices have been invented that could make people smarter and make them run faster than Usain Bolt.

21:30-22:00 Superhuman Me

In the UK and the US, devices have been invented that could make people smarter and make them run faster than Usain Bolt.

Oak Tree - part 1

22:00-22:50

Uncover the transformations the oak goes through to meet the challenges of four very different seasons, surviving gales and frosts.

22:00-22:50 Oak Tree - part 1

Uncover the transformations the oak goes through to meet the challenges of four very different seasons, surviving gales and frosts.

22:50-23:00 The Scene of the Crime

How can magnetic powder help find a teddy thief? Find out...

The Intelligence of Twins

23:00-23:59

Fascinating research with twins is revealing how much we inherit from our parents and the ways our experience shapes who we become.

23:00-23:59 The Intelligence of Twins

Fascinating research with twins is revealing how much we inherit from our parents and the ways our experience shapes who we become.

23:59-00:00 The End

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