Adrenaline Lab: Anything You Can Do
Bear Grylls is on a mission to prove he can keep up with Michael Turner, one of the world's top free runners, in this behind-the-scenes clip from Adrenaline Lab.
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Build It Bigger: Coasters
Ride one of the sickest roller coasters, the Montu at Busch Gardens, with "Build It Bigger" host Danny Forster. Find out what makes this coaster so extreme.
Adrenaline Lab: Wing Walks 1,000 Feet High
Riding atop a plane 1,000 feet in the air and traveling at 100 mph, Ashley fearlessly walks the wings while the aircraft rolls, soars, and dives over San Francisco Bay.
How It's Made: Aluminum Boats
In this clip from The Science Channel's "How It's Made," find out how lightweight, energy efficient aluminum boats are made.
Build It Bigger: Roller Coaster Seats
Danny visits the team at Great Coasters who designed an incredible coaster called The Renegade. See how the seats of each car are made in this video from "Build It Bigger."
Cliffs and Surfers
From the archives of Discovery: These surfers patrol the shore, waiting for the perfect wave. Learn more about cliffs and waves here.
Man vs Wild: Edible Jungle Plants
The Amazon rainforest is full of plants. Bear Grylls tell you which ones are edible in this video from Discovery Channel's "Man vs. Wild."
Destroyed in Seconds: Paraglider Peril
A paraglider at a popular Mexican venue catches a nasty thermal air current and loses control. Watch this video from Discovery Channel's "Destroyed in Seconds."
Some Assembly Required: Boat Skin Coat
When constructing a boat, a skin coat of fiberglass is the first step in keeping the boat durable and strong. Learn more about boat construction on Discovery Channel's "Some Assembly Required."
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Roller Derby: Girls on Wheels
There's a women's roller derby renaissance going on in Washington, D.C. A far cry from the cheesy staged fights of the 1970's, today's roller derby is based on stamina and skill. Discovery News takes a look at these hard-hitting athletes.
Nashville: Beyond Country Music
Everyone knows Nashville is famous for country music. But did you know it has a thriving music scene in other genres too? What are some of the hottest clubs? Which famous musicians own record stores there? A local musician gives us an insiderOs guide.
Meet me in Monaco
Why are we so fascinated with this country that is smaller than Central Park, in New York? How did it become an independent nation? What happens at 11:55 every day there?
Robben Island Revisited
We touched on Robben Island during our visit to Cape Town but there is so much more to cover. The island has been a leper colony, a prison, an insane asylum and is now a World Heritage Site and museum. ItOs also full of wildlife, like seals and penguins.
The British Charm of Victoria, B.C.
WhatOs up with tea and double decker buses? Why is Victoria the biking capital of British Columbia? Where is the narrowest street in Canada? Listen in as Kathryn and Sarah tour Victoria, B.C.
Cruising through Curacao
Where is Curacao and does it have any connection to that bright blue liqueur? Why does the average citizen know 4 languages? What is the Museum Kur Hulanda? Listen in to learn more.
Mooving through Vermont
Join us on a dairy-themed tour of the Green Mountain State; weOll stop for Ben & JerryOs ice cream, Cabot Cheese and other creamy delights. Listen in to learn more about Vermont.
Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona
Located inside the Navajo Nation, this site has some amazing rock formations. How did Mummy Cave Overlook get its name? WhatIs the legend behind Spider Rock Overlook? Join Kathryn and Sarah as they explore this unique national monument.
Cumberland Island, Georgia
Cumberland Island is about the size of Manhattan but has hardly any residents. How did it manage to retain its natural beauty? How did the wild horses get there? What is its connection to the family of Thomas Carnegie and to John F. Kennedy, Jr.?