Really Big Things

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Upcoming episodes

Apr 10th
100a

Giant Concert Stage

Matt Rogers travels to Giant's Stadium to take on the big task of putting together a concert stage. The 63,000 seat stadium makes the perfect location for a custom concert stage for the band Genesis. The construction of a stage 80 feet wide, 40 feet deep and 35 feet high is no easy task. It takes 4 days and over 150 people to make sure every detail is taken care of from a level foundation for the stage to a solid roof that is collapse free.
Apr 10th
200a

Walking with Dinosaurs

Matt Rogers comes face to face with a Tyrannosaurus Rex at the amazing live show "Walking With Dinosaurs". Matt helps a 35 foot tall brachiosaurus find it's home and he gets to "drive" a dinosaur. Assault Tarawa Class Amphibious Assault Ship is one of the American military's primary landing ships. It's designed to put troops on hostile shores. Matt Rogers requests permission to come aboard this amphibious warship and joins the sailors in learning what it takes to operate this ship that keeps America's shores safe. Then Matt visits Claymont Steel Plant to learn how the folks recycle steel.
Apr 17th
100a

Giant Roller Coaster

Matt Rogers rides the king of the rollercoasters, tries to unravel the mysteries of the universe and plays like a kid at the world's largest water park.
Apr 17th
200a

Tsunami Tester

Matt Rogers makes a splash in a giant Vegas water show, conducts a really big science experiment at a tsunami testing center and learns how to operate the world's largest tunnel boring machine.
Apr 24th
100a

Paper Maker

Matt Rogers explores the Concrete Mat Sinking Unit that helps prevent bank erosion along the Mississippi. He heads to Sweden to use the Rammer Hammer to break ore in the Arctic Circle. Matt also learns to make paper at the world's largest paper mill.
Apr 24th
200a

Wind Mill Factory

Matt Rogers catches a pass on the one-of-a kind retractable football field at the Arizona Cardinals Stadium. He rides aboard the largest dump truck in the world. Matt also helps to assemble one of world's the largest windmill turbines.