Monday, 14 November 2016

To Start The New Year Discovery Family Africa Welcomes 3 New Programs For The Whole Family In January 2017

Do You Know From
Monday 2 January at 06:00
Join presenter Maddie Moate in this high-energy series as she investigates some of the world's most pressing questions, such as how does a toilet flush, how are ice cream cones made, and what goes on in a dishwasher when you close the door? The series explores everyday objects and familiar places in a kid friendly way, while parents also pick up some intriguing watercooler facts. Using the latest camera technology and clever graphics to explain the technical process in simple terms, the series reveals fascinating details and offers children a unique window into the world around us.

The Carbonaro Effect
From Friday 6 January at 21:00 Michael Carbonaro is a magician by trade, but a prankster by heart. Michael performs baffling tricks on unsuspecting people in everyday situations, all caught on hidden camera. Everyone is left stunned and delighted, even though they have no idea what just hit them. Watch as a couple of unsuspecting teens are wowed by 'Astro Laces', which are 'self-tying'. Michael is patron of a bar that offers whiskey shots that come in a small folded bag for just a dollar, and demonstrates to a student the most humane way of trapping rodents.

Australia Smashes Guinness World Records
From Tuesday 17 January at 20:10
All around the world people are intrigued by the idea of breaking records for all sorts of events. Join presenter James Kerley as he travels all around Australia and meeting an amazing variety of ordinary Australians who are keen to set new and obscure records. With the help of official Guinness World Record adjudicators and timekeepers, he’ll meet people like professional wrestler, Crackerjack, who wants to break the world record for the most panes of glass smashed to pieces in just one minute. Plus, the team of rock climbers who want to break the record for the number of adults squeezed into a smart car. Can they beat the New Zealanders to take the record?

Baby Animals
From Monday 30 January at 20:10
With their big eyes and their wobbly first steps, nature's newbies are completely irresistible - it doesn't matter whether they come with feathers or fur. This informative series shows how animals large and small, aquatic or terrestrial, nurture their young as fuzzy little infants all eat, sleep and play their way to adulthood. Their playtime isn't just for fun as they learn the important life skills that would keep them safe and sound in the wild. Cuddly, clumsy and full of mischief, the babies of the animal kingdom certainly make up the wildest daycare you've ever seen.

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