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DTH: Nova+Nyota
DTT: 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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Voyager - To The Final Frontier

00:00-00:50

The story of the Voyager spacecraft is told using footage and images from the NASA and BBC archives.

00:00-00:50 Voyager - To The Final Frontier

The story of the Voyager spacecraft is told using footage and images from the NASA and BBC archives.

00:50-01:00 What is Your Dog Thinking?

Can we compare a dog's intelligence to that of a human being? Find out!

Body, animals, writing: languages deciphered by science!

01:00-01:30

Communication comes in a variety of forms: spoken, written and...cries and squawks! Historians and scientists present languages.

01:00-01:30 Body, animals, writing: languages deciphered by science!

Communication comes in a variety of forms: spoken, written and...cries and squawks! Historians and scientists present languages.

Curiosity and appetite for risk

01:30-02:00

Curiosity, extreme sports and thrill rides have an effect on our bodies. Scientists and engineers explain how.

01:30-02:00 Curiosity and appetite for risk

Curiosity, extreme sports and thrill rides have an effect on our bodies. Scientists and engineers explain how.

Aliens - The Big Think

02:00-03:00

Professor Martin Rees presents the modern search for extra-terrestrials, and the theory that our idea of alien life is all wrong.

02:00-03:00 Aliens - The Big Think

Professor Martin Rees presents the modern search for extra-terrestrials, and the theory that our idea of alien life is all wrong.

The Joy of Chance

03:00-04:00

Prof. David Spiegelhalter tells the story of how we discovered how chance works, how we try to conquer it, and how we can learn to love it.

03:00-04:00 The Joy of Chance

Prof. David Spiegelhalter tells the story of how we discovered how chance works, how we try to conquer it, and how we can learn to love it.

04:00-04:05 Yourself

Mily acts self-centered to get as much attention as Pénélope but it doesn't work. Mily wonders: What does it mean to be true to ourselves?

04:05-04:15 Out of sight

When Mily finds out her parents plan on moving she's afraid that she'll lose her friends. Does distance really destroy friendships?

04:15-04:30 Empanadas

Link discovers the tricks behind making a flaky homemade pastry to encase his ground beef empanada filling. A case of less is more.

A Touch of Frost

04:30-04:55

Inspired by Iceman, Doc K and Nash try to turn things into ice just by touching them. They go way below sub-zero temperatures.

04:30-04:55 A Touch of Frost

Inspired by Iceman, Doc K and Nash try to turn things into ice just by touching them. They go way below sub-zero temperatures.

Investigation

04:55-05:20

Someone took a bite out of Harrison's cheese sandwich! Harrison brings in a detective and a forensics expert to collect evidence and clues.

04:55-05:20 Investigation

Someone took a bite out of Harrison's cheese sandwich! Harrison brings in a detective and a forensics expert to collect evidence and clues.

Isaac Newton and the Forces of the Universe

05:20-05:45

The Baron has created an enormous clockwork in sync with the Universe. But something goes badly wrong. Right on cue, Isaac Newton appears.

05:20-05:45 Isaac Newton and the Forces of the Universe

The Baron has created an enormous clockwork in sync with the Universe. But something goes badly wrong. Right on cue, Isaac Newton appears.

Three Giants of Renaissance: The Art of High Renaissance in Italy

05:45-06:10

The culture of antiquity was revived in 14th-century Italy. Leading the revival were Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael, and their humanism.

05:45-06:10 Three Giants of Renaissance: The Art of High Renaissance in Italy

The culture of antiquity was revived in 14th-century Italy. Leading the revival were Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael, and their humanism.

06:10-06:20 Flying

Elikanah from Kenya wonders why elephants can't fly. In this episode, he finds out what is needed to be able to fly.

06:20-06:40 Salt

Joy lives near a salt lake in Kenya. In this episode, she turns salt into a necklace and very tasty coconut ice-cream.

Trusses

06:40-07:10

Hamza wonders why so many structures, like bridges, are made of interlocking triangles.

06:40-07:10 Trusses

Hamza wonders why so many structures, like bridges, are made of interlocking triangles.

07:10-07:25 Physiotherapist

Mikaela visits a sports medicine clinic and learns how physiotherapists can prevent and treat injuries, and help athletes to get better.

Fake Food and Pablo Picasso

07:25-07:55

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

07:25-07:55 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.

07:55-08:05 The Arctic: A Boy Becomes a Hunter

The Inuit in the north of Greenland still subsist by hunting seals and polar bears. However, fewer and fewer boys want to become hunters.

08:05-08:25 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.

Imogen

08:25-08:55

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

08:25-08:55 Imogen

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

Earthquakes, Dragons and a Good Environment

08:55-09:25

Matt, Paige and the History Hunters visit Ancient China – one of the oldest and longest lasting civilizations of the world.

08:55-09:25 Earthquakes, Dragons and a Good Environment

Matt, Paige and the History Hunters visit Ancient China – one of the oldest and longest lasting civilizations of the world.

The Inside Story of Eyes and Fat

09:25-09:55

The doctors investigate the eye and Dr. Chris looks at his fat under a microscope. They meet a patient with a bad rash.

09:25-09:55 The Inside Story of Eyes and Fat

The doctors investigate the eye and Dr. Chris looks at his fat under a microscope. They meet a patient with a bad rash.

09:55-10:10 Pancakes

Link prepares apple oatmeal pancakes, using baking powder. A science experiment shows how baking powder works in generating fluffy pancakes.

Riding the Wave and Manipulating Water

10:10-10:35

With the help of Eureka Girl, Doc K and Nash try to find ways to create a wave in a quest to manipulate water.

10:10-10:35 Riding the Wave and Manipulating Water

With the help of Eureka Girl, Doc K and Nash try to find ways to create a wave in a quest to manipulate water.

Awesome Alfred the Great

10:35-11:05

Little Alfred becomes king after all his brothers die. When he's not defending his kingdom against the pesky Vikings, he's busy inventing.

10:35-11:05 Awesome Alfred the Great

Little Alfred becomes king after all his brothers die. When he's not defending his kingdom against the pesky Vikings, he's busy inventing.

Fleming and Artistic Germs

11:05-11:35

Dick and Dom reveal the genius of Alexander Fleming, the man who discovered penicillin. Then they try to turn germs into art.

11:05-11:35 Fleming and Artistic Germs

Dick and Dom reveal the genius of Alexander Fleming, the man who discovered penicillin. Then they try to turn germs into art.

Eggs

11:35-12:05

Steve Spangler reveals amazing science tricks we can do with eggs. How can we walk on them without them turning into a runny mess?

11:35-12:05 Eggs

Steve Spangler reveals amazing science tricks we can do with eggs. How can we walk on them without them turning into a runny mess?

Mousetrap Boat

12:05-12:35

Phil does an experiment on propulsion by building a mousetrap-powered boat. He maxes the experiment out using Newton's First Law of Motion.

12:05-12:35 Mousetrap Boat

Phil does an experiment on propulsion by building a mousetrap-powered boat. He maxes the experiment out using Newton's First Law of Motion.

Exceptional Eyebrows

12:35-13:05

Dr. Chris and Dr. Xand investigate why we need eyebrows. They solve some medical mysteries and Dr. Xand spills hot beans on his leg.

12:35-13:05 Exceptional Eyebrows

Dr. Chris and Dr. Xand investigate why we need eyebrows. They solve some medical mysteries and Dr. Xand spills hot beans on his leg.

13:05-13:15 Jenny and Her Flying Foxes

The North coast of Australia is home to flying foxes. But a disease, causing paralysis, is making the poor animals fall from their nests.

13:15-13:35 India's Jungle Book Hospital

India's only scientifically run rehabilitation centre offers shelter for wild animals that would have hardly survived dense population.

Animals: Even Smarter Than You Think!

13:35-14:00

Dogs, pigs, cows and ravens can be astonishingly intelligent. And animals can have unexpected friendships!

13:35-14:00 Animals: Even Smarter Than You Think!

Dogs, pigs, cows and ravens can be astonishingly intelligent. And animals can have unexpected friendships!

14:00-14:10 The Keeper

When the earth's magnetic fields start to fail, only Olga knows how to save the world, by putting her survivalist training to good use.

14:10-14:30 Little Pot, Stop!

To celebrate the birthday of Albert Einstein, Dokko leads the crew in a great time experiment.

14:30-14:35 Daddy Long Legs

When Lisette is late, the kids learn that worrying won't make her arrive quicker. They listen to the story of a dad with a big imagination.

14:35-14:50 You Think You're the Lion?

Lisette wants to be in charge, but she changes her mind when she hears the story of a bossy lion.

14:50-15:00 Tracking Down Cellulite and Stretch Marks

More than eighty percent of women have cellulite and stretch marks on their skin. But why? And what can we do about it?

Wicked William the Conqueror

15:00-15:30

William the Conqueror wants to be king of England so his army fights King Harold and the Saxons at the Battle of Hastings. He wins.

15:00-15:30 Wicked William the Conqueror

William the Conqueror wants to be king of England so his army fights King Harold and the Saxons at the Battle of Hastings. He wins.

Stomach Acid and Tummy Gurgles

15:30-16:00

The doctors do an experiment on digestion with real stomach acid. A patient in the emergency room had an accident with his bike.

15:30-16:00 Stomach Acid and Tummy Gurgles

The doctors do an experiment on digestion with real stomach acid. A patient in the emergency room had an accident with his bike.

Von Braun and Dolls in Space

16:00-16:30

Dick and Dom reveal the genius of rocket scientist Wernher von Braun. Then they try out their own genius idea using a huge helium balloon.

16:00-16:30 Von Braun and Dolls in Space

Dick and Dom reveal the genius of rocket scientist Wernher von Braun. Then they try out their own genius idea using a huge helium balloon.

16:30-16:40 Macbeth by William Shakespeare

When Siesta meets Macbeth, three witches predict he will become king. Siesta convinces Macbeth to kill King Duncan and keep his crown.

16:40-17:00 Gulliver's Travels, a Travel to Lilliput by Jonathan Swift

Siesta and Gulliver are imprisoned by the dwarfs who live in Lilliput. They manage to get free, but the King has plans for them.

17:00-17:20 Lenses

Hamza is looking at and through lenses on his quest for a perfect pair of glasses. He wants to see Mars as well as microscopic stuff.

17:20-17:30 Man Ray

Is taking pictures without a camera impossible? In this episode, Mati and Dada learn how to take pictures the "Man Ray" way.

17:30-17:40 Google Software Engineer

Mikaela goes to the Google headquarters to learn about app development. She creates an app to help clean her room.

17:40-17:50 Forensic Investigator

Mikaela goes to the police forensics unit on her search for a sandwich thief and gets tips from investigators Rhonda and Lawrence.

17:50-18:00 Space for all is Coming Soon!

Would you like to take your summer holiday in space? It might be possible in the future! See what's happening with space tourism.

Egg, steak, and tomato under the microscope

18:00-18:30

Science can not only explain what eggs, tomatoes and steak are made up of, it can also show the best way of cooking and eating them.

18:00-18:30 Egg, steak, and tomato under the microscope

Science can not only explain what eggs, tomatoes and steak are made up of, it can also show the best way of cooking and eating them.

Getting scientific with viral videos

18:30-19:00

The internet is full of videos of animals, people and things doing amazing things. The truth behind these videos is shown.

18:30-19:00 Getting scientific with viral videos

The internet is full of videos of animals, people and things doing amazing things. The truth behind these videos is shown.

The Joy of Winning

19:00-20:00

Mathematician Dr. Hannah Fry takes a witty look at the science of winning and shows how it can be used in everyday life.

19:00-20:00 The Joy of Winning

Mathematician Dr. Hannah Fry takes a witty look at the science of winning and shows how it can be used in everyday life.

Android Lloyd Webber

20:00-20:45

A team of scientists, composers and actors work with the computer programme Android Lloyd Webber to produce a west end musical

20:00-20:45 Android Lloyd Webber

A team of scientists, composers and actors work with the computer programme Android Lloyd Webber to produce a west end musical

20:45-21:00 Living in Space

In space, gravity is zero. What does that feel like? Find out...

Creating heroes in literature and cinema

21:00-21:30

Did our favourite heroes really exist, why do we keep revisiting the classic stories and how is cinema magic created today?

21:00-21:30 Creating heroes in literature and cinema

Did our favourite heroes really exist, why do we keep revisiting the classic stories and how is cinema magic created today?

Hyper connected with technology

21:30-22:00

Connected Objects can exchange information with each other, their environment and even our bodies. Their goal: to simplify everyday life.

21:30-22:00 Hyper connected with technology

Connected Objects can exchange information with each other, their environment and even our bodies. Their goal: to simplify everyday life.

The Joy of Winning

22:00-23:00

Mathematician Dr. Hannah Fry takes a witty look at the science of winning and shows how it can be used in everyday life.

22:00-23:00 The Joy of Winning

Mathematician Dr. Hannah Fry takes a witty look at the science of winning and shows how it can be used in everyday life.

Android Lloyd Webber

23:00-23:45

A team of scientists, composers and actors work with the computer programme Android Lloyd Webber to produce a west end musical

23:00-23:45 Android Lloyd Webber

A team of scientists, composers and actors work with the computer programme Android Lloyd Webber to produce a west end musical

23:45-23:59 Living in Space

In space, gravity is zero. What does that feel like? Find out...

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