The Re-Inventors

June 2016

The Re-Inventor's, 35

Expired 3.0 9 x
Yesterday's ideas for tomorrow's world! History-loving hosts Matt Hunter and Jeremy MacPherson test out a 1940s iceboat that combines razor-sharp blades and extreme speeds.

Aerosan

Expired 3.0 15 x
The super science show that digs up patent designs to test intriguing inventions from the past. The boys try out the Aerosan, a WWII-era vehicle with skis instead of wheels!

Pedestrian Protector

Expired 3.0 10 x
History's ingenious and idiotic inventions! Matt and Jeremy test out a cowcatcher-type device that was designed to protect pedestrians from collisions with cars.

War Kite

Expired 3.0 14 x
Journey back in time as we rediscover historic inventions. Ancient Chinese fire arrows and a Japanese kite are appraised as the experts test out antiquated airborne weapons.

Battering Ram

Expired 3.0 11 x
Matt Hunter and Jeremy MacPherson reinvent history as they test out long-lost inventions. The lads build a battering ram to see if they can smash their way past a wall.

Earth Quake Detector

Expired 3.0 9 x
Inspired inventions. In 132 AD, top Chinese inventor Zhang Heng developed the world's first seismometer. Will the earth move for the experts when they test it?

Ned Kelly Armour

Expired 3.0 12 x
Aussie outlaw Ned Kelly was said to be on the cusp of building bulletproof armour before his capture. Matt and Jeremy test its effectiveness against modern weaponry.

Wind Wagon

Expired 3.0 13 x
The Re-Inventors set out to reconstruct a madcap machine that could have been the world's first automobile, a cross between a windmill and a wagon that dates back to 1335.

Hydraulic Saw

Expired 3.0 16 x
Matt Hunter and Jeremy MacPherson celebrate history's visionaries. Francesco di Giorgio's 15th-century creation harnessed the power of water in order to cut wood.

Bourne Submarine

Expired 3.0 8 x
The series that salutes both far-sighted and far-fetched inventions. The crew build what may have been the very first submarine, designed by William Bourne in 1580.
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