Discovery HD, Discovery Science and Discovery Kids February Highlights

Looking for adventure? Watch Justin and his pals Olive and Squidgy become stars in the biggest stories of all time, told from every corner of the world. Preschoolers will be surprised how Justin’s imaginative adventures reflect their everyday life. Every time our little explorers set out on a new adventure, children will discover that fun has no expiration date, and that life lessons, good values and true friendships are timeless. Justin Timewill air starting February 8, Mondays to Fridays at 6:55 PM.

Discovery Kids - Doki

Discovery Kids – Doki

Also, the new season of Doki is coming out soon. Catch Doki which will air on February 15, daily at 4:25 PM.

Follow valiant hosts Kevin and Grant as they investigate some of the best fail videos and asking how they could have done it better.

Kevin and Grant are two buddies with two very different jobs and perspectives on the world. Kevin is the know-it-all Ph.D who spends his days analyzing failed engineering projects for mega-corporations. He tackles everything with analytical precision and carefully thought out plans. Grant is a former US Marine Scout Sniper turned survivalist and trainer for the US Military, FBI and DEA. Grant jumps into every challenge feet first and thinks about the consequences later.

In each episode Kevin and Grant dive deep into a new viral video of a great plan gone wrong. They analyze each video and figure out how it all went south.

Then it’s off to their top-secret test facility (Kevin’s backyard) to experiment and figure out how to make it all go smoothly this time. Using common sense, Ph.D smarts and a bit of brute force they uncover… What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Catch What Could Possibly Go Wrong? on its new season airing Tuesdays at 9 PM.

Impossible Engineering looks at the history of pioneering modern-day mega structures. Behind every seemingly impossible marvel of modern engineering is a cast of historic trailblazers who designed new building techniques, took risks on untested materials and revolutionized their field.

Each episode details how giant structures, record-beating buildings, and the world’s most cutting-edge ships, trains and planes are built and work using 3D graphics, archive and specially shot footage. As this series revels in these modern day creations, it leaps back in time to recount the stories of the exceptional engineers whose technological advances made it all possible. Impossible Engineering premieres February 4,Thursday at 9:50 PM.

The Malaysian jungle is an ecosystem of great biodiversity. In the shelter of the forest wild elephants, tigers, tapirs, and a rich bird life can be found. But rapid deforestation is threatening the future of many species of wildlife.

While willingness to protect the rainforest is growing as prosperity increases, nature and species protection conflicts with the need to improve living conditions for the rural population. Malaysian Wildlife (New One Off) premieres February 4, Thursday at 9:25 PM.

Scientists regard it as one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world. Time and again, it has proved its deadly potential Merapi, the Fire Mountain of Java.

In the past hundred years alone, it has claimed over 1,500 victims. The risk of another serious eruption is high and could possibly even have consequences which would be felt globally. Now scientists are looking for a thus far unknown tectonic disturbance, which might possibly prove the key to their research.

The researchers are pursuing two main goals: firstly, to enhance the forecasting options to enable people in the densely populated region to be protected more efficiently in the future. And secondly, they want to understand the mechanisms of this highly volatile type of volcano, which serves as an example of a number of particularly dangerous volcanoes on the planet. Witness the exciting search for clues on Indonesia’s most active volcano on Java In Jeopardy Exploring The Volcano as it premieres on February 19, Friday at 8:10 PM

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