James May uncovers the fascinating science of engineering, giving the real 'nuts and bolts' account of how things really work, from the wheel to the Saturn V rocket, through a wonderful world of animation and motion graphics. Along the way he asks: how have smart men with spanners managed to change the world? What did steam ever do for us? What is the smartest machine? And when can I move to Mars? James reveals all the answers and along the way, finds out who has been building skyscrapers for millions of years, what a football has to do with nanotechnology and how a 180mph chicken gun and foul-tasting tea help keep you safe on a plane.
|16:53 - 17:25||Wildcard: Myanmar||Ketnet & Canvas|
|17:00 - 18:00||Breakout||National Geo|
|17:20 - 18:15||My cat from hell||Animal Planet|
|17:25 - 17:57||Wildcard: Myanmar||Ketnet & Canvas|
|18:00 - 19:00||Car S.O.S||National Geo|