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Discovery Science showcases how extraordinary everyday items are made

13-part series ‘How It’s Made’ premieres every night at 8 PM starting July 1

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | June 28, 2012

Have you ever wondered how everyday objects that we use are made? Or what sparked off the invention of a razor and needles? The new season of ‘How It’s Made’ takes viewers behind the scenes to reveal the ins and outs of manufacturing of these everyday items. The series premieres on Discovery Science every night at 8 PM starting July 1, 2012.

There are many incredible things in this world that one takes for granted and all the mundane items have a fascinating story behind them. ‘How It’s Made’, through its 13-part series, unravels stories behind ordinary things by visiting workshops and factories, witnessing the technology that turns raw materials into finished products right before your very eyes.

The show explores everything from car doors and water beds to surgical instruments and kitchen accessories. Though not the most expensive or coveted objects, they play a common – and often essential – role in our daily lives, and many of these objects also come with a baffling history. Pairing the little-known origins with an exclusive journey of the manufacturing process, the show is all about appreciating the wonders behind commonplace items that many of us can’t do without.

Episode 1: Millefiori Glass Paperweights, Road Salt, Nutcrackers, Car Doors

Episode 2: Straight Razors, Black Pudding, Steering Wheels, Inorganic Pigments

Episode 3: Cast Iron Cookware, Biodiesel, Clothes Hangers, Stone Wool Insulation

Episode 4: Needles & Pins, Architectural Mouldings, Locomotives, Clothespins

Episode 5: Filigree Glass, Fish Food, Motor Homes

Episode 6: Surgical Instruments, Ketchup, Double-Decker Buses, Walking Sticks

Episode 7: Audio Vacuum Tubes, Light Bars, Wood Model Aircraft, Metal Snare Drums

Episode 8: Kitchen Accessories, Central Vacuums, Papier-Mâché Animals, Hydraulic Cylinders

Episode 9: Clay Liquor Jugs, Poultry Deli Meats, NASCAR Engines

Episode 10: Digital Dentistry, Nail Clippers, Poster Restoration, Canola Oil

Episode 11: Dial Thermometers, Hummus, Spent Fuel Containers, Straw Sombreros

Episode 12: Tequila, Water Beds, Flip Flops, Silver

Episode 13: Composite Propane Cylinders, Salsa, Water-pumping Windmills, Dragsters


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