How Do They Do It? Series 2
This is a television series produced by Wag TV for Discovery Channel. Each programme explores how 2 or 3 ordinary objects are made and used.
Part 1: Baklavas, Gyroplanes, Ukuleles, and Catamarans
How baklava is made; how pilots fly gyroplanes; how a ukulele is crafted; and how the world’s fastest ferry was built.
Part 2: Longboards, Lemonade, and Forklifts
How longboards are made; how lemons are turned into lemonade; and how forklifts are built.
Part 3: Coffee, Bricks, Lava Lamps, and Diamonds
How coffee is roasted; how bricks are built; how lava lamps are made; and how diamonds are mined from an extinct volcano.
Part 4: Caravans, Tuning Forks, Ice Resurfacers, and Festival of Lights
Find out how the world’s sharpest photos are taken, what it takes to create an airbag that can catch a falling care, and how jelly beans are made.
Part 5: Cameras, Big Airbags, and Jelly Beans
Included in this episode: caravans, tuning forks, ice resurfacers, and Festival of Lights.
Part 6: Power Tunnel, Pizza Ovens and Playhouses
How electricity is delivered in London. Also: using NASA technology to make a perfect pizza in minutes; and turning pine trees into playhouses.
Part 7: Paving Stones and Tailored Tuxedo Suit
The complex processes involved in creating modern-day paving stones. Plus, the construction of a traditionally tailored tuxedo suit.
Part 8: Fabricating Fire Gloves and Bakeware
The process of fabricating fire gloves for use by emergency services personnel, and the creation of enamel used in bakeware all over the world.