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Currently hosted by Dan Riskin and Ziya Tong, the Daily Planet is a Canada-based television show airing on Discovery Channel. It offers daily updates, discussions, and information on scientific topics of present events and discoveries. The TV series runs 60 minutes per episode.

In Summer of 2002, the set was entirely remodeled to suit the name change from its original @discovery.ca to Daily Planet. 4 years later on the same exact season, the show revamped the set for the second time. And in August of 2011, the set was renovated once more to cater to the relaunching of the series in high-definition format.

At present, Daily Planet features 9 segments on their TV programs, one of which is entitled Mind Bender. This particular segment is a weekly contest wherein the viewers are given five science-related questions. Viewers who send in the right answers online get an equivalent number of entries for a draw for exciting prizes including cameras or movie tickets. The start of the show is entitled the Discoveries segment in which a daily recap is presented regarding science and technology topics from all across the globe.

Weird Planet, on the other hand, revolves around topics that are rare and eccentric. It can be about an odd looking animal or an undiscovered piece of technology. Planet You is another segment in Daily Planet. It highlights technology-related topics and showcases user-generated pictures and videos. Every Tuesday, a segment called Super Slow-Mo Tuesday can be watched wherein a slow motion video of random topics are presented.

Other segments including Alan Nursall Experience and Riskin's Business revolve around discovery of science or technology-related matters around the globe or experiments conducted to help people understand the world better. Aside from regular shows, Daily Planet also features special episodes where it shows hosts traveling to different places. For example, in 2005, Daily Planet Goes To Japan was released, which offers a full 60 minutes of multiple episodes. Following this special, in 2006, Daily Planet Goes To China was launched.

For more than a decade, Daily Planet has been hosted by a variety of people. The first ever hosts of Summer@Discovery.ca includes Jay Ingram, Judy Haladay, and Gill Deacon. Daily Planet airs on Discovery Channel Canada on Monday to Friday at 4pm and 11pm on PST time.

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  • Shoot lightning from a gun and dive deep with a high tech exosuit and the top 10 weirdest online purchases.

  • Waterski, a RC car through sand, and and a bicycle combined Christmas tree.

  • A river cruise in a hot tub boat, a mind controlled toy plane, and a parrot drone racing robot.

  • An inventor with an idea for a one-wheeled vehicle, a determined military air crew, and one woman trying to preserve a dying language.

  • The rain room, a robotic arm at MIT, and a man who teaches dogs how to drive.

  • Behind the scenes of the Pacific war-games, a new kind of hockey pads, and batman's cave.

  • And edgy climber, a matchstick naval fleet, and the secret behind the flight of bees.

  • A team in Maryland trying to recreate the earth's magnetic fields, new things about the Mars rover and Ziya takes you into the world of mind control.

  • A massive train move, steam power planes, and how to survive in the desert and some scientists explode a volcano.

  • Animal crimes scenes, ziplining overr Toronto and a special robot from Ryerson.

  • An awesome new bike course, astronaut exams, an ant species that many thought were long gone and animals that change their appearance.

  • Carving it up with a dude in a wheelchair, robotic insects playing Beethoven, and a contender to "super villian" of the year.

  • A self-driving car, the crypt of the boy king and Alan smashes some cars.

  • A kayaker who goes over the edge, and a man-made volcano.

  • A motorcyclist tries to break a world record. behind the scenes of a CFL broadcast and on Jay's finds out if itching is contagious.

  • How pig carcass is helping researchers study the effects of ocean immersion on a corpse. Alan learns about a receivers ears.

  • An engineer who creates one fearsome piece of machinery, a high tech forensic investigations laboratory in the Netherlands and Dan overloads the brain.

  • Under the hood of a car built for drifting, a quarterback's eyes, and how long food can last.

  • The discovery of an Egyptian princess, sharks and some adorable prairie dogs.

  • IBM's high tech lab, crashing cars and a demo of Wii U.

  • An awesome tractor, the top 10 craziest places to live and Dan talks to a neuroscientist about a man who hasn't spoken in over a decade.

  • A robotic Bernini, the trends of dogs and chemistry and Dan debunks a myth about predicting the future.

  • We drive very fast into the depths of a fjord. Alan drives on a slick road and a robotic gymnast.

  • The final day of Flying Things Week, a new reserve chute system, how a flying machine might revolutionize air travel and a man who is trying to preserve some Canadian history at Vimy Ridge.

  • Day four of Flying Thing week and a cool power glider. In Belgium two guys are hunting for history and On Future Tech Lucas goes to M.I.T.

  • Today, it's day three of Flying Things week. On Embedded, Mark Miller takes to the skies in an aerobatic aircraft we head to Germany where one couple is living on the edge and find out how a fossil cracked the secret of pterosaur flight. You don't want to miss it!

  • Flying Things day two, a remote-controlled version of a famous German transport plane, and how ice buildup is being measured and Dan learns to fly through turbulance.

  • "œFlying Things" week and a surveillance mission of the damage done by Sandy, and the design team behind the next generation rocket booster.

  • Military vehicles for air, sea, and land, and new things about robotics fleas and tiny rockets.

  • How one neighborhood is dealing with a trash problem, Tennis racket french fries, and some interesting keyboards.

  • National Guard heroes, how some pipes are doing after hurricane Sandy, and a pumpkin cannon.

  • An electric Audi R8, full contact jousting and Mark Miller is in a tank with some big North American freshwater fish.

  • A speed boat that has to be driven by two people, cool Halloween gadgets and Jay's social experiment.

  • Mark Miller hangs on for dear life and a Japan man who takes androids to a completely different level.

  • An inventor who misses his snowboard and an even faster U.S. Navy ship.

  • Shuckling Oysters, the sound of a pika and the meanings behind music.

  • Ski jumping, moving a massive ship, and see some unique astronaut training.

  • Languages, how to control your body temperature with a glove, and a gigantic robotic serpent.

  • The middle of a flood, how long dolphins can stay awake, and a dinosaur in New Jersey.

  • Massive robots, unicycle mountain biking, and critters that glow in the dark.

  • The scoop on Felix Baumgartner's ascent from space, cars on a very intense track, and the science behind luck.

  • An adventure in a kayak, waters infested with crocodiles, and a dig underground.

  • Cars crashing, the survival of an elevator free-fall and survival eating.

  • Rowing across the Pacific Ocean, the ins and outs from a very determined military crew, and learning how to survive a shark attack.

  • High-voltage helicopters, some bacterial sidekicks, a real life wall crawler.

  • Extreme barbecuing, firefighting with robots, and world's largest drum set.

  • Super trees, motion captures in a lab, and the ability to walk on water.

  • Policing, a sharp knife and ears and noses in the animal kingdom.

  • Human-powered helicopters, a domino dinosaur collapse, and the cutest baby animals we've ever seen.

  • Human-powered flight machines, life on a lobster boat, and a tough obstacle course.

  • An Antarctic science lab, a Hot Wheels life-sized race track, and see some sights for this year's Nuit Blanche.

  • The latest in smart TVs, how much do people eat? And a 1,000 year old sturgeon.

  • An amphibious vehicle, testing volcanic eruptions where there are no volcanoes, and learning about earthquakes.

  • A typhoon, a sneak peek into The Avengers and the effect of boats on sharks.

  • The noise Audi is making with the R8 E-Tron, a 3D printer, and good vibratsions in the animal kingdom.

  • Leaps on the hill, soaring high in military jets, and a different type of Nobel Prize.

  • Large dinosaur bones, logic defying materials, and navigating bees.

  • An arctic drive, how to become a rancher, and the power of tsunamis.

  • Flight simulators, all about dragon flies, and slow motion back flips.

  • An electric vehicle, the ancient art of making tires in South Korea, and underwater astronauts.

  • A challenge that will push you to the limits, a new life saving strecher, and satellite technology for surgery.

  • A giant sky banner, Ziya's is tagging whales, and real-life meteorite hunters.

  • Tagging Beluga whales, the new Google invention, and cool rodents.

  • The limits of military vehicles, the Canadian Coast Guard, and a new paragliding invention.

  • Ski jumping lesson, a super-sized experiment, and get a giant-cross bow in Germany.

  • An SUV on steroids, an ice ship rips itself in two, and the world's most extreme sports.

  • Extreme Week - Large volcano, large crane mobile and a ferocious roller coaster.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

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  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • A race-car made of trash, a "transforming" actor, and the science behind roadkill.

  • Nick Wallenda tight-rope walks across Niagara Falls, an Australian high-tech vessel, and a race-car driver with a need for speed.

  • The Missoula Fire Lab, a traditional Scottish swordsmith, and the Kymera Jet Board.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • Visit Vortech, meet a man who's sailed around the world, and discover insect cyborgs.

  • A search and rescue lesson, travel from Earth to Mars, and get a sneak peek at the future of cars.

  • Back to the 80's, the air traffic controller experience, and Arctic ships.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology

  • Green driving, a test flight in the Twin Otter, and an up close encounter with lions.

  • An invention that's helping firefighters, professional stunts, and the depths of the Pacific.

  • A new paint job on the CF-18, exploding cars, and an inflatable life-saver wetsuit.

  • A crashed spacecraft in Nevada, robotic bees and a run from ocean to ocean.

  • The latest and greatest of science and technology.

  • Dinosaur bones, giant trucks, and tracking down Bigfoot.

  • A unique art exhibit, the Nimiq 6 Satellite, and social media's impact on our brains.

  • A walk across Niagara Falls, sky-writing, and the Annular Solar Eclipse.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • Survival suits, extreme rowing, and running with lemurs.

  • The biggest wave ever surfed, being a skipper, and split-second decisions.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • Battle bots, a parachute drop, and drag racing.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • Submarine torpedoes, a real Mario-Kart, and a new ski sport.

  • The coldest laboratory on Earth, Virginia Tech's latest. and the next big thing in the art world.

  • A peculiar female hockey player, learn how engineering can cut through the cold, and what a scientist says garbage can teach us about tsunamis.

  • A look at Earth From Space, some techy fashion, and a bubbly television experience.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • A stealth Canadian submarine, technology moving forward by a gecko, and the results of a camera and a remote control car.

  • A real-life transformer vehicle, gravity lesson and try to raise a ship from the bottom of the sea.

  • A gigantic model train, big surf waves, and blast off in a rocket car.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • The future of technology, fanatic sports fans, and from outer space to the Galapagos Islands.

  • Soaring over mountains, the toughest cell phone and a huge game of Tetris.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • The final day of We Love the Planet Week. Ways to keep our beautiful planet clean.

  • The new IMAX "To The Arctic 3D" movie, Steam Whistle Brewery, and mastering a tightrope walk.

  • What's so heavy metal about recycling, perfect pictures, and eco-friendly media powerhouses.

  • What's new at the International Space Station, deep-sea glass submarines, and the space shuttle Discovery.

  • We Love The Planet week. The efficiency of wind turbines, the accuracy of selective cutting. and hybrid vehicles.

  • Cars in an exploded view, why avalanches are being triggered, and the new classic twin jet engine airplane.

  • A special Titanic: Under The Microscope. See how the ship is fairing today under the water, the science behind freezing conditions, and remembering the people who survived.

  • Breaking paper plane records, new music with new tech and Ted-X and the bat research.

  • Painting a CF-18 jet, re-creating the Titanic and a US NAVY rail gun in slow motion.

  • A ride in an Aston Martin, improvements in fish farms and why turf is green.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • Intelligent machines, tornado destruction, cool tech and smart watches.

  • New ways to harness energy, learning about harnessing the flame and up close and personal with an F-35 jet.

  • Flying through rush-hour traffic, Dan and Ziya are doing in Belfast, Ireland, and the job of air traffic controller.

  • One of the fastest commercial planes, get your laundry done on the gone, and new energy strategies.

  • The laws of motion, avalanche predictions, and getting information of a very large plug.

  • Meet the Iceman, preventing athlete's injuries, and find out why we lose our keys.

  • Why NASA fired five rockets into outspace, slow motion cameras, and get schooled by the RCMP.

  • James Camerson's Deep-Sea Exploration, diving 685ft underground in a pressure chamber, and flying a massive paper airplane.

  • Building slingshots, hands-free driving, and the BodyWorlds exhibition.

  • The ultimate IMAX experience, icy with sport, and a p, and primatologist Jane Goodall.

  • Dan and"Riskin's Business", recycling tires, and sumo-wrestling with robots.

  • A crane on wheels, the winner of Canada's Greatest Know It All, and technology and recycling.

  • Buggy racing, microchip implants and T-Rex's teeth.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • Seeing through one giant squid-eye, spying on penguins and more.

  • Gigantic crystals, new giant smart phones, and the most dramatic whirlpool ever.

  • A super-sonic quest, an RC helicopter, and a big ship with a big mission.

  • Treets, planes, and the Eiffel Tower.

  • An hour special on Japan's tsunami.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • Lizard's tails, snow grooming machines, and the new Mercedes-Benz.

  • A 3D billboard, captaining the ocean, and cannabis and cars.

  • A life saving helmet, a New York skyline and the future of mobile phones and gaming.

  • Technology's latest and greatest.

  • Technology's latest and greatest.

  • Technology's latest and greatest.

  • Technology's latest and greatest.

  • Technology's latest and greatest.

  • Technology's latest and greatest.

  • Technology's latest and greatest.

  • Technology's latest and greatest.

  • Technology's latest and greatest.

  • Technology's latest and greatest.

  • Technology's latest and greatest.

  • Technology's latest and greatest.

  • Bringing fantasy to life, hot rod welding, and the speed of sharks.

  • Technology's latest and greatest.

  • Technology's latest and greatest.

  • Technology's latest and greatest.

  • An extreme water park, a World Championship Power Boat Race, and sound in a soccer match.

  • Bridges and earthquakes, mouth guards and concussions, and long winter or early spring.

  • A self-landing helicopter, a feeding sharks in Las Vegas, and Lucas Cochran and tech toys.

  • Tugboat captain Mark Miller, lightning events, and dodge a bullet.

  • A piece of automotive art, building robots, and a sunken treasure.

  • Personal submarines, practicing ancient swordsmanship, and covering NASA's Green Flight Challenge.

  • Hockey equipment, taking a trip to the SNOLAB, and a big spider web.

  • War zone U-A-V's, learning about advances in modular technology, and seeing how robots are doing assembly work in Argentina.

  • An electric hemp car, a brain-controlled wheel chair, and the current solar storm!

  • Remote-control car experts, conquering black ice, and why we feel rage.

  • Freezing cold sauna, an extra-terrestrial vehicle, and the failed Russian space probe.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • Recycled airplanes, the future of DJ-ing, and finding out how much Martian rocks are going for.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • The Costa Concordia disaster, blasting off to space and the Martian Moon.

  • Blimps of the future, drones with audio, new ideas for energy conservation.

  • More gadgets from CES, how lightning strikes, and how magnetic strips work.

  • More cool CES gadgets, how much paint is used on an Airbus 330, and a paper robot.

  • More electronic gadgets from CES, RCMP training with Mark Miller, and a new musical instrument.

  • The latest electronics from CES, diving with sharks, and a racing car by a former NASA scientist.

  • The next thrill ride, a robot and a NASA NEEMO underwater project.

  • South Korean floating islands, a soccer player's app and Neptune's Memorial Reef.

  • The Florida Coast, lemurs climbing secrets, and the latest in tech from Lucas Cochran.

  • Flying cars, the new scarecrow, and helping the blind.

  • The latest in science and technology on the Daily Planet.

  • The latest in science and technology on the Daily Planet.

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  • High Tech stocking stuffers and toys, a fast bike, and a ride that takes you back to the future.

  • The fastest place on earth, and gliders through the air and through the water.

  • South Pole adventure, the oldest hockey rink, and furry friends in the studio.

  • An international military exercise, artistic technology, and a big Mexican bridge.

  • Home destroying embers, inspiration in a garbage dumpster, and coral reef.

  • Reconstructing old model cars, go-kart driving lessons, and inside the Naica mines.

  • Extreme survival training, an oilrig, and the newest Mars Rover.

  • A cold sauna, the power of wind, and a very big dam in U.S. history.

  • A real life Superman, why sharks are superior swimmers, and the latest camera technology.

  • Movie stunts, a military base in California, and emergency training from air force pilots.

  • A solar-powered car, a car that can prevent terrorism, and the Canadian Soap Box Racing event.

  • A look at the U.S. fighter jet training facility, the world's oldest planes, and a free-fall dive.

  • Robots to Mars, the Soap Box racing derby and the new Boeing plane.

  • Sidney Crosbie's return to hockey, hovering helicopters, and a planet saving flying competition.

  • Go in a helicopter with Mark Miller, a piece of aviation-history is re-built, and a very special look at a test with Boeing.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • The latest and greatest in science and technology.

  • The fastest way to solve a Rubik's cube, projection technology, and meeting a race who thinks big and builds small.

  • Top gear with Mark Miller, an environmentally friendly tugboat, and the Japanese Space Agency.

  • A revolutionary Canadian money, the perfect society, and a ride in a dragster.

  • A new surfing invention in California, a man-powered engineering project, and and extreme old craft.

  • Canadians remember the soldiers, Frozen Thunder in Alberta and an exclusive look at a ship.

  • The United States Air and Marine Operations Center, mechanical engineers in Colorado looking for a distant plant.

  • A special effects house with Mark Miller, the effects of an asteroid hitting the earth, and and update to NASA's mission to Mars.

  • Road Warriors in Australia, the set of Canada's Worst Driver. And a unique public works project in New Mexico.

  • Elaborate architecture in Spain, the world's largest airbus, and an ancient firewalking ritual.

  • A talented engraver, an ammunition factory in Norway and Alan Nursall shows off some explosives.

  • Breaking world records, China's space ship docking, and going up in a different kind of transportation.

  • The Vancouver Fire Serive, pushing the boundaries of an extreme sport, and a new theme park project.

  • The Wikispeed, bats echo-location, and the cars in Canada's Worst Driver.

  • Road Warriors and street bikes, an old fashioned soap box derby, and the Salts Flats Speedway.

  • The very first hybrid Porsche, a NASCAR track, and exploring the difficulties of driving a tractor trailer.

  • An online blogger from Germany, Jay Ingram is in the Bonneville Salt Flats speedway, and a new pumpkin carving technique.

  • The inspiration behind Jurassic Park, an extreme skate board, and a family of adrenaline junkies.

  • A need for speed, the world's most dangerous race track, hit the set of Canada's Worst Driver 7.

  • The Dutch BMX team, behind the scenes on the television show Flashpoint, and preparations for the 2012 Olympics.

  • Digging under architecture, listening to the deep sea, and a chat with astronaut Chris Hadfield.

  • The Red Bull skydiving team, a tour of the new A400M military aircraft, and the iPhone's Sir.

  • High cliffs, surfing, and extreme pogo sticking.

  • The slingshot, 3D technology, and hauling some very heavy loads.

  • A new UK sport, learning what role hydrogen has in combustion, and a new exhibit all about Leonardo Da Vinci.

  • Dealing with New York Harbour's muck, the deep see, a half-bike half-plane invention.

  • Artificial clouds, a sling-shot guru and a Taishan bat species in China.

  • We're charming snakes, canopy jumping off cliffs, and banging a new beat of an unconventional drum! That, and much more, in this Daily Planet!

  • Fireworks, big guns, and blasting bottles.

  • Testing human endurance,the world's smallest camera, and a deep dive.

  • Rattlesnakes, drums and a slow motion stunt man.

  • Alan Nursall joins that Navy, 3D Stonehenge, and science grown meat.

  • Rickety roads, cliffs, and golf's history.

  • BC Place's new retractable roof, learn from the London Olympics in 2012 the fusion of art and engineering, and Alan Nursall is dabbling in metal-work himself.

  • Boeing's new spy craft, the history of golf, and ancient beer brewing.

  • Rebuilding a cathedral, ice-climbing, and up --close and personal with nature.

  • Artists on the beach, innovative dare devils, and moths obsession with light.

  • Surfing, a recycled cathedral and the "cosmic shore!"

  • The Loch Ness monster mystery, uphill rolling cars in New Brunswick, behind-the-scenes for Dolphin's Tale.

  • Taking the flat out of flat-screen, a recycled cathedral, and meeting some amateur rocket engineers.

  • Extreme sports: high-tech surf boards, free-running in urban jungles, and mobile wind tunnels.

  • News on a flight that went wrong, a unique view of space, and a ride in a U.S. fighter jet.

  • mermaids, walking on fire and learning how to plastinate.

  • A satellite view of the world, sword making and Alan Nursall's fight against gravity.

  • A STOL airplane, POGOPELUZA, and the cool behind slot cars.

  • Real-life transformers, mermaids, and celebrating the Summer Solstice.

  • Daily Planet pays tribute to the countless people who died on September 11th and the technologies that helped save lives.

  • A rover test drive, the world's strongest metals, and how we are protecting the world from disaster.

  • Bats in China a state-of-the-art concert hall in Montreal. and into space with household items...

  • A looping water slide, airborne with paratroopers, and tarantulas.

  • Dangerous highways, mud, and hands-free on the Autobahn.

  • A dangerous highway, the Milky Way, and a hi-tech orientation device.

  • A student built rocket, bats and Jedi dueling robots.

  • Heat resistant jeans, fighting fire and seeing world changing machines.

  • The new season of Daily Planet with hosts Ziya Tong and Dan Riskin. They they take you to a mud festival, show you a human pyramid, and talk about what fuels our imaginations.

  • A special about the successes and failures and future of the space program while watching the last shuttle luanch for NASA.

  • The birth of an island, the voice of a volcano, and dance on the walls.

  • Jetpacks and cheetahs.

  • Solutions for coral reefs, tracking Bigfoot's little brother, diving into Hawaiian waters.

  • Magician's secrets, how to stop a fire in a submarine, and deep images of the ocean.

  • A ride in the Batmobile, track the largest shark in the world, and Elvis is back in the building.

  • The latest on facial reconstruction technology, an unlikely statue in Amsterdam, and a major port project on the Arabian Peninsula.

  • A shortcut to the Swiss Alps, a desert race, and growing a car from... seeds?!

  • Running free, leaning off towers, and diving deep with machinery.

  • Jay Ingram's final show as co-host of Daily Planet has arrived. Daily Planet sends him off in style with amazing guests, spectacular experiments, and many memories from the past sixteen years.

  • Finding out if Rapunzel's hair was really strong enough to climb, hanging upside down with snakes, and Daily Planet's new co-host.

  • A ghost hunt, a slot car on an elaborate track, and the still challenging Rubik's Cube.

  • An electric Beetle in UBC, Axolotis in Mexico and an eagle hospital in Abu Dhabi.

  • Ancient traditions incorporated into modern architecture, the beauty of recycled items, and lean off the "Ledge"!

  • Fly like a bird, foot disease prevention, and solar power in China.

  • The science of sauna's, sharks and robotic design, and a Canadian-bred Mars Rover!

  • Why do birds of a feather flock together? What do you do if your car gets submerged in water? And some serious racing engineering in Abu Dhabi.

  • an eco-friendly spy bike, adrenaline-fueled watersport, and the energy-efficient city of Masdar.

  • Panda thumbs, Jay pulling a fire truck, and heating this up with a firey display.

  • Everything about dinosaurs,Captain Paul Watson from Whale Wars, and the unveiling the Summer Olympics 2012 buildings.

  • A giant vessel takes us to the Baltic Sea, NASA's plan to go to Jupiter, and the next Mars Rover.

  • Meeting recycling robots, a chimpanzee sanctuary, and Wii Rehab.

  • The difference between physical and emotional pain, cleaning sewers in Mexico, and how large ocean containers are affecting our waters.

  • Storm predicting, how to blanket a forest fire, and creating a tornado in a garage.

  • Concussions and the treatments.

  • The next NASA rover, how the perfect drink is made, and breaking surfing records.

  • Six New Tombs and a NASA Photo.

  • Parks Canada's 100th birthday, Alan Nursall's fights forest fires in glacier national park, the greater short horn lizard's survival by playing hide and seek.

  • Day three of Myths and Monsters week, the thermal dynamics of porridge and the physics principles on X-men.

  • A zombie house, the truth behind animal myths, and the monsters insider reptiles.

  • This week is Myths and Monsters Week, The Alan Nursall Experience and the science of Rapunzel.

  • rocket racing, gun pilots, and a very fast volcano.

  • Stunt pilots, human-powered helicopters, and birds.

  • Xylophone books, a new space suit, and learning how to build a dyke.

  • The latest in phones, paintballing improvements and a magician's tricks.

  • Electricity, why humans started wearing clothes and a new way to harness the sun's energy.

  • Tricks on a two-tonne skateboard in California and a look at Margaret Stivers as she performs tricks on the wing of a flying airplane.

  • GPS Hedgehogs and Insect Shots.

  • Detecting indoor fires faster, a space auction and watching a "house of cards".

  • Spying on polar bears, learning about the importance of chemistry, and trying to go as fast as a cheetah.

  • Endangered species, looking at a solution to pollution, and talking about how American troops traced the whereabouts of Osama bin Laden.

  • Backyard inventions and chasing up a storm.

  • The science behind animation, body language, a look back to historial wedding gowns.

  • 3D audio, a Sony credit scandal, and the Royal nuptials security measures.

  • Flying without wings, the Shadow Bike, and the cool behind hybrid.

  • We go back to the ice age in Antarctica, TD Bank's high finance goes green and find out how we're investing in the future.

  • The middle of We Love the Planet week with plants, new green technologies, and the after effects of the BP oil spill.

  • Day 2 of We Love The Planet week with fuel-saving technology, students on an environmental journey, and solar power in China.

  • It's our We Love The Planet Week and we save caribou, learn about free-cycling, and we see how Abu Dhabi is going green.

  • Speed, speed demons, wheels, horsepower and the future of cars?

  • Custom-made designer yatchs, shocking yourself, and technology aiding in Japan.

  • A 360 degree virtual degree, a tasty pen and bison moving to Siberia.

  • A lesson in survival, the increased risk level in Japan, and the how behind the moon landing.

  • Technology in Japan, deep in Crater Lake, and a bison move across the world.

  • A close look at sand, a view of brush strokes and a trip to Miniatur Wunderland.

  • Hummingbirds, the Iron Man suit, and a new Lamborghini aircraft inspired car.

  • Risks of younger siblings, new Sick Kids Hospital, and we head to the Czech Republic.

  • A large steel mill in Poland, a deadly foot disease and a deep sea adventure.

  • endangered kakapo in New Zealand, eye mystery, and an invention races a plane.

  • Snakes, snakes and more snakes. !

  • A mechanical twist on the opera, pelican rescue and extreme truck racing in the Czech Republic.

  • A rare hand transplant, planning for a meteor, and Tiger Wood's new video game.

  • The science of love, a cobra in studio, and a colossal crane.

  • De-icing an Airbus 380, vats of beer and one big baby in Shanghai.

  • A maze game, Canadian landmarks, and cliff diving in Hawaii.

  • Moving a dam with the U.S. Army, a radioactive-proof suit, and warning signs and fashion.

  • Shutting down Japan's nuclear facility safely, a NASA space shuttle, and a vessel on the Baltic Sea.

  • Checking things in Japan, free-cycling, and avalanches.

  • Beat-up helicopters, plane crashes, and uncovering 50 years of crash clues.

  • 3D glasses, beer making, and rescue robots in Japan helping with disaster clean up.

  • Why Wednesday's are bad, a quiz on Canada's National Parks and traveling radioactive material.

  • Japan's radiation threat, Canada's National Parks quiz, and behind the scenes of "Battle L.A."

  • We learn more about the disaster in Japan through nuclear activity and earthquake monitoring.

  • First hand accounts and expert opinions on the Disaster in Japan.

  • The EuroCup 2012 stadium construction, facial reconstruction technology and frozen musical instruments in Poland.

  • Bomb Hunting and missile guiding.

  • A human-looking robot, elephant's intelligence, exploring a sunken Swedish ship.

  • Recreating a scene from Disney's "Up", the science of bells, and a robotic manufacturing.

  • An amazing race in Abu Dhabi, how old traditions apply to new architecture, and a look at Palm Jumeirah.

  • Blowing up Rideau Canal, making cars out of beans, and diving deep into a dark world.

  • Sharks, the IPad 2, and the railroad in Australia.

  • Boeing's latest developments, diving deep into water, and talking with Dr. Zawi Hawass about Egypt's future.

  • The new spacesuit, how technology can control your kisses, and Google translating.

  • On board Oasis of the Seas, diving into the deepest part of the ocean, and eco-friendly ocean liners.

  • Facial reconstruction, a lesson in automated engineering, and the compostable car.

  • An inventor from China, an intelligent Dolphin, and a frozen canal in Ottawa.

  • Earthquakes in New Zealand, figuring out the perfect strike, and a DIY Biology lab.

  • 21st century kegs, working on a Tron: Legacy helicopter and creating energy from a pop can.

  • A rainbow bike, paddle on a kayak and meeting up with Microsoft's "Watson".

  • Mechanics, trends and one mean roadster.

  • Vaccines, Canadian inventions, and a dune invention.

  • We're getting the lo-down on attraction in the animal kingdom, the Mars 500 landing, and one of the most elaborate slot car tracks on the planet!

  • Flying with air buses, learning about bike innovation, and a wind tunnel.

  • Crayon sculptures, pirate ride, and big wheels.

  • Beijing's sound architecture, hidden cameras, and bird breeding.

  • The Grand Canyon, a solar powered wheel chair, and graffiti.

  • Big waves, Photoshop, and remote controlled vehicles.

  • Canoe ice racing, throwing snowballs, and a new way to go down the slopes.

  • A coral reef, a new NASA x-ray telescope and a look at the CRTC's internet connection cap decision.

  • Solar roads, 3D microscopes, and a lizard's evolution.

  • The Periodic Table, a football throw, and an amazing UAE race.

  • Our fears, our airport security, and lions.

  • Bon Jovi's touring robotics, New Orleans' bridge, and a Boeing 747.

  • A steel arm is a helping arm, guitars are shredded, and hockey rinks are built.

  • Volcanoes and Beavers in the UAE.

  • Crying, a Microbiology lab in Canada, and studying a beer transport.

  • We're skiing and studying tunnels, avalanches and crashing atoms.

  • The life on an underwater mountain range.

  • T-Rex's predecessor, a personal aviator, and our hunger habits.

  • Icy mountains, discusting things, and flying in fighter jets.

  • Fying falcons, apple's future, and prehistoric life in China.

  • Fun in the sun = cliff and deep sea diving and jumping high on sticks.

  • Penguin tracking, model airplanes, and The Green Hornet.

  • Perception, re-using rubble, and uncovering undetected fault-lines within Haiti's geography!

  • On this episode, we're checking out China's new fighter jet, diving in the world of Dali, and visiting Haiti to see their new developments 1 year after the earthquake.

  • We're playing ping pong, talking about grey matter, and getting on board a massive vessel on this episode of daily planet.

  • Check out the coolest tech gadgets coming in 2011.

  • On this episode, we have beer on the brain, creative crime-solving and the latest from the Consumer Electronics Show.

  • On this episode, we're fixing buildings with Lego, going right to the edge of a high rise, and checking out a new tower that leans.

  • We're dressing up as pandas, bringing you the latest electronics of 2011, and showing you inventions inspired by the movie Tron: Legacy!

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