So I have had a constructive few days (!) watching those Most of the episodes are basically the same format - common theme for the episode, couple of pet-goons embarrass themselves by saying silly things (that they don't really believe) about the ride/park, presenter chap (who is pretty good) watches the ride for a while and chats to some marketing bod/ride-op/engineer then voxpops a couple of punters getting off. Presenter chap then rides the coaster (in excitable mode, and messes his hairstyle up most times), after the ride a couple more talking heads (who probably have never been on a roller coaster in their lives) discuss presenter chap's bio-responses to the ride (bit tenuous that bit to be honest, seem to be saying the same thing most times - but hey; "science"). Presenter chap then explains a bit more "science" about the ride with the help of pencil and paper or random confectionery. ...repeat for the next ride - 4 rides per show. #1 "Speed" : Mammut, Hollywood Rip-Ride-Rockit, Velocity, Furius Baco #2 "Falling" : Big Dipper (Blackpool), Expedition GeForce, Hurakan Condor, Sky Coaster (Fun Spot) #3 "Height" : Big One, SheiKra, Magnus Colossus, Shambala #4 "Inversions" : Turbo, G Force, Kumali, Dragon Khan #5 "Length" : T'Ultimate, Silver Star, Kraken, Hasenhorn Rodelbahn (Alpine) #6 "Psychological Tricks" : EuroSat (+ lights on), Karacho, Shockwave, SkyScream #7 "Fun" : White Lightning, Badewannenfahrt zum Jungbrunnen (Tripsdrill), The Edge (Paultons), Poseidon Last episode is a bit different, bit more explain-y; #8 "Design" : Alpenexpress with/without the VR, Mack rides factory, Ferrari World construction, Skyplex (ha!), messing about in No Limits (presenter chap out-embarrassing the pet-goons here ) Seems like the presenter bits were filmed Autumn 2015, the pet-goons could perhaps tell us how long ago they were filmed? ;-) Series has been airing on Sky in the UK since October I think though, so we are poor goons for not knowing about it before (you'd think the pet-goons might have told us about it?). Might have only just all become available on line though (Here : https://www.insight.tv/category/science-of-thrills ) Good job overall though - wonder if they'll get to make any more and get a bit more variety (further than a trip to Spain, trip to Germany and a bit of Florida I mean).