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How Do They Do It?

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After watching this series you may never look at ordinary objects in the same way again. A tube of toothpaste? Car tires? Tea bags? A lot of technology goes into even the simplest of consumer goods, and this program offers viewers a glimpse at just what that entails.

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How Do They Do It? Applejack; Aircraft Seat Test; Batteries

How they make George Washington's favorite tipple; crashing test aircraft seats without crashing a plane; producing billions of batteries a year.

2:30 AM on Discovery Science Canada

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How Do They Do It? Nickel; Locks; Bubble Tea

Nickel, locks and bubble tea.

3:00 AM on Discovery Science Canada

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How Do They Do It? Heavy Lift Plane, Hunting Boots and Bananas

Building the world's most advanced heavy lift plane; making boots that stay supple even when it's frozen solid; keeping store shelves stocked with ripe yellow bananas.

3:30 AM on Discovery Science Canada

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How Do They Do It? Logging, Tiles and Jaffa Cakes

Turning Canadian red cedar into miles of timber cladding; handcrafting Spain's famous painted tiles; making five million jaffa cakes a day.

8:00 PM on Discovery Science Canada

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How Do They Do It? Monorail, Royal Copenhagen Porcelain and New York Cupcakes

Building a monorail above the world's most crowded streets; Copenhagen's Flora Danica porcelain.

8:30 PM on Discovery Science Canada

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How Do They Do It? Wine and Goretex Extreme Weather Clothing

Using one of the slipperiest substances on Earth to make waterproof clothing for explorers, mountaineers and special forces soldiers.

9:00 PM on Discovery Science Canada

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How Do They Do It? Screws, Marmalade and Printed Dresses

Tiny pieces of metal that hold the world together; bitter fruit is transformed into a tangy treat; fashionable clothing technology.

9:30 PM on Discovery Science Canada

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How Do They Do It? Logging, Tiles and Jaffa Cakes

Turning Canadian red cedar into miles of timber cladding; handcrafting Spain's famous painted tiles; making five million jaffa cakes a day.

2:00 AM on Discovery Science Canada

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How Do They Do It? Monorail, Royal Copenhagen Porcelain and New York Cupcakes

Building a monorail above the world's most crowded streets; Copenhagen's Flora Danica porcelain.

2:30 AM on Discovery Science Canada

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How Do They Do It? Wine and Goretex Extreme Weather Clothing

Using one of the slipperiest substances on Earth to make waterproof clothing for explorers, mountaineers and special forces soldiers.

3:00 AM on Discovery Science Canada

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