Going Deep With David Rees

June 2016
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S2 Ep8 - How To Do The Dishes

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How to Do the Dishes - An exploration into the most effective and efficient methods for washing dishes sends David on a sponge diving expedition off the coast of Florida as well as to NASA's Office of Planetary Protection. (S.2 Ep.8) (From the US) (...
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S2 Ep7 - How To Make Toast

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How to Make Toast - Setting out to improve the toast he grew up eating, David meets with scientists, renowned chefs, and the editor of the Toaster Collectors Association Newsletter and attempts to create the perfect slice of toast for friend and com...
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S2 Ep6 - How To Take A Nap

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How to Take a Nap - David explores the science of sleep in an attempt to re-create the best nap he’s ever had. Humourist John Hodgman helps David appreciate the benefits of a midday snooze. (S.2 Ep.6) (From the US) (Documentary Series) (Class. tba)
21:21

S2 Ep5 - How To Sign Your Name

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How to Sign Your Name - David’s attempt to improve his personal signature takes him from the New York Public Library to a meeting with comic Paul F. Tompkins. (S.2 Ep.5) (From the US) (Documentary Series) (Class. tba)
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S2 Ep4 - How To Bounce A Ball

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How to Bounce a Ball - David collects information from a professional cricket player, a billiards shark, and two physics professors in order to learn how to properly bounce a ball. (S.2 Ep.4) (From the US) (Documentary Series) (Class. tba)
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S2 Ep3 - How To Get Punched

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How to Get Punched - David studies how to throw a punch and avoid being hit, and learns what happens when a punch connects. Boxing champion Bernard Hopkins is recruited to deliver David’s first real blow. (S.2 Ep.3) (From the US) (Documentary Series...
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