Next Episode of How Do They Do It? is
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As the modern world becomes increasingly sophisticated and mechanised, we grow further removed from the way things are made and how things are done - from the miraculous feats of engineering which underpin life in the 21st Century.
How do they make delicious baklava, favourite sweet of the Ottomans, James Bond's gyroplane, the ukulele, and the Supercat- the world's fastest ferry?
How do they carve the extended skateboard known as a longboards, turn millions of lemons into juice, and build industry's versatile heavy lifter, the forklift truck?
How do they roast the coffee that wakes up Italy, bake the bricks that build America, heat the oil that fills lava lamps, and blast diamonds from a frozen volcano?
How do they take the world's sharpest photos, stitch an airbag that can catch a falling car, and produce billions of perfectly-formed jelly beans?
How do they build a caravan tougher than an SUV, forge tuning forks with perfect pitch, resurface an ice rink in minutes, and put on the world's biggest light festival?
How do they make the groovy vinyl LP? How do they build the world's most crashed car, the dodgem? How do they create one of the world's oldest pain remedies, tiger balm?
How do they brew a beer that won't make you drunk? How do they build a car that flies over rocks and boulders? How do they make escalators? How do lie detectors work?
How do they forge one of the great inventions, the axe? How do they cut, sew, stitch and glue together a courier's messenger bag, and how do they build the fastest lifeboats?
How to churn out Wensleydale cheese, turn pig hair into the world's finest paintbrushes, and distil aromatic oils from eucalyptus.
How to build the 700 horsepower Tesla Model S, turn horses' tails into fine fabrics, and clean the largest swimming pools in the world?
How France's appetite for snails is sated, how slabs of steel are turned into shiny cutlery, and how to craft a kayak you can paddle with your feet.
How to build emergency bridges that can take the weight of a tank, make a marker pen that never fades, and design a 200mph superbike.
How to blow the world's finest crystal, make the slimmest TVs, heat the deepest swimming pool, and fill a million bottles a day of the world's favourite ketchup.
How to brew the oldest beer in the western world, stitch the historic airman's bomber, and forge a set of jaws that can chomp through concrete and demolish tower blocks.
The complex technological processes involved in cooling the iconic Sydney Opera House. Plus, an insight into how Sheffield steel is transformed into a carpenter's handsaw, and the production of a microphone capable of picking up a whisper.
Tips for brewing moonshine in the heart of New York City. Plus, the creation of a battery-powered bicycle, and producing wetsuits using rubber grown in the Arizona desert.
The complex technological processes involved in mining rare gemstones, crafting classic cowboy boots and building large-scale road-sweepers.
How engineers manage to drill for oil thousands of metres below ground. Plus, how duvets and rubber bands are made.
The complex processes that allow people to build diesel engines that can fly, make cough sweets, turn clear plastic into unforgeable bank notes, and produce ice-cream.
The engineering expertise that goes into transforming a family car into a fortress on wheels. Plus, how to grow millions of perfect Christmas trees.
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