Discovery Science (TV channel)
|Launched||20 July 1997|
Discovery Networks Northern Europe|
Discovery Networks CEEMEA
|Owned by||Discovery Networks EMEA (Discovery Communications)|
|Picture format||576i 16:9 SDTV (PAL)|
0.02% (+1) (September 2015 , BARB)
Dubbed: Bulgarian, Czech, French, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Romanian, Russian and Turkish
|Broadcast area||Europe, Middle East, Africa|
Discovery Sci-Trek (1997-2003)|
Discovery Science Channel (2003-2008)
Discovery Home & Health
Discovery Travel & Living Europe
Discovery Travel & Living Italy
DMAX Germany, Austria, Switzerland & Liechtenstein
DMAX United Kingdom & Ireland
Real Time Italy
TLC UK and Ireland
|Timeshift service||Discovery Science +1|
|StarSat (South Africa)||
|Cyfrowy Polsat (Poland)||Channel 77|
|nc+ (Poland)||Channel 79|
|Videocon d2h (India)||Channel 607|
|Sky (UK & Ireland)||
Channel 557 (+1)
|Canalsat (France)||Channels 85 & 551 (HD)|
|OSN (Middle East|
& North Africa)
|Channel 204 (HD)|
|Ziggo (Netherlands)||Channel 202|
|CAIW (Netherlands)||Channel 111|
|Virgin Media (UK)||
Channel 260 (+1)
|Smallworld Cable (UK)||
Channel 260 (+1)
|UPC Ireland||Channel 211|
|UPC Polska||Channel 377|
|WightFibre (UK)||Channel 77|
|Kabel Noord (Netherlands)||Channel 255|
|Delta NV (Netherlands)||Channel 352|
|CAI Harderwijk (Netherlands)||Channel 135|
|Stichting Kabelnet Veendam (Netherlands)||Channel 76|
|Numericable (France)||Channel 137 (SD/HD)|
|Glashart Media (Netherlands)||Channel 64|
|KPN (Netherlands)||Channel 108|
|Max TV (Macedonia)||Channel 106|
Channel 85 (SD/HD) |
Channel 551 (HD)
Horizon.tv (Netherlands only)|
Horizon.tv (Ireland only)
|Virgin TV Anywhere||Watch live (UK only)|
Discovery Science is a TV network, a subsidiary of American Discovery Networks International, it targets several European countries' television markets. It primarily features programming in the fields of space, technology and science. The channel originally launched as Discovery Sci-Trek, which focused on science fiction. Its programming is mainly in English and locally subtitled or dubbed. It is available through numerous satellite, cable, terrestrial and IPTV distributors across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. In some countries the advertisement and the announcements between programs are localized.
A move away from this format to more general science programming came with the channel rebranding itself as the Discovery Science Channel on 1 April 2003. Later on, the name was shortened to just 'Discovery Science'.
- Beyond Tomorrow
- Building the Ultimate
- Extreme Engineering
- Food Factory
- How It's Made
- How Do They Do It?
- How Machines Work
- Invention Nation
- Race to Mars
- Raging Planet
- Rough Science
- Ten Ways
- The Big Experiment
- Through the Wormhole
- " space trek"
- Universe (narrated by John Hurt)
- The Gadget Show
Throughout its life as the Discovery Sci-Trek Channel, the channel used an image of the rings of Saturn as its logo and in idents. When relaunching as the Discovery Science Channel, it became a stylised molecule, with the Discovery Channel globe as one of its atoms.
Since then, the channel has followed its United States counterpart The Science Channel, currently known as 'Science', in logo trends. In March 2008, Discovery Science adopted a modified version of the periodic table logo used from 2007, and in 2012, the channel adopted the new 'Morph' logo introduced in 2011.
- Logo used when the channel was known as Discovery Sci-Trek, from 1998 to 2003.
- Logo used from the rebranding to Discovery Science Channel, used from 2003 to 2008.
- Modified version of the Science Channel logo, used from 2008 to 2012.
- Current logo - a modified version of the current Science logo.
- "Which TV channels were on sky digital at launch ?". Digital Spy Forums. 2 January 2011.
- "Discovery Sci-Trek Change Log". KingOfSat. 1 April 2003.
- "Discovery Science Channel Change Log". KingOfSat. 1 April 2003.
- Analoguesat (21 April 2008). "Discovery Science +1 28E". Satellites.co.uk.