Really Big Things
2020 07 10 1 00
Matt Rogers visits the Evolution Locomotive in Erie, PA, a dredger on the Mississippi River and the Spokane Street Swing Bridge in Seattle.
2020 07 10 2 00
Really, Really Big Show
Matt Rogers takes a ride on "The Spirit of America" one of the Goodyear Blimps. Matt then tackles a trash compactor in California and visits KA by Cirque du Soleil in Las Vegas.
2020 07 17 1 00
Matt Rogers operates Las Vegas's famous Bellagio Fountains, turns sand into 1700 tons of molten glass, and makes mulch out of a lemon grove with...Hogzilla..
2020 07 17 2 00
Whale Shark Rescue
Matt Rogers races to save two whale sharks by transporting the world's largest fish to the world's largest aquarium. Then Matt heads to the desert to see how Las Vegas manages its enormous loads of dirty laundry.
2020 07 24 1 00
Matt Rogers heads to the Middle East to explore the world's tallest building and escapes the 120-degree heat on the world's largest indoor ski area. Back home in the U.S., Matt manufactures and installs a 50-foot colossal fossil banner.
2020 07 24 2 00
Man Made Islands
Matt Rogers explores some of the world's most cutting edge technology. He taps the potential of a New Mexico solar field, discovers a German water bridge that levitates ships over a half mile when the river is too low, and helps build a man-made island.