Next Episode of Show Me What You're Made Of is
Stacey Dooley take the children to a factory or farm to experience life as a worker.
Tom, Eloushka, Lucas, Maddie and Madz travel to a massive sandwich factory in London where they make 700,000 sandwiches a week. Adelie Foods has very high hygiene standards and productivity rates and their workers are disciplined and incredibly fast. Will our five being able to demonstrate the focus needed to succeed here? When the boss starts them off making a cheese and pickle ploughman's sandwich, it becomes clear that this work is considerably more difficult than they had anticipated. As they all compete for a promotion, who has the skill to keep up with the production lines and make sandwiches of the quality that their boss expects?
Tom, Eloushka, Lucas, Maddie and Madz head to a cosmetic factory in the south west of England. They work at Lush, where they make 77 million cosmetics every year. Can they succeed in an enormous factory that makes face masks, bath bombs and bubble bath by hand? With one of the team made the boss very quickly, how will the rest of the team cope with being told what to do by a friend? Presented by Stacey Dooley.
Tom, Eloushka, Lucas, Maddie and Madz make their way to do a day's work in an enormous shoe factory in Wigan. Here the kids meet Joan, their toughest boss yet who runs a tight ship and expects every one of her team to follow all the rules all the time. A lot of the work is done by robots and what's left requires concentration, focus and first class hand-to-eye coordination. When one of the group quickly impresses on Joan that they are supervisor material, how will the other kids react to be bossed around by one of their own?
Tom, Eloushka, Lucas, Maddie and Madz make their way to their final stop on their tour of the UK, to one of the biggest free-range egg farms in the country. You can't produce eggs without getting on well with chickens, and on this farm they have 135,000 birds living in huge sheds with wooded areas and fields to freely roam around in. There is no room for heavy-handedness in this job, so how will our five cope working with live animals and fragile eggs?
Stacey Dooley(Stacey Dooley)
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