How Does It Work

First Aired: January 1st 1970
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Runtime: 30 minutes
Documentary

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We hear about new technology everyday, we see it all around us, and we use it homes and offices – but how does it work? This is the series that tells you what’s happening in every field of technology: the gadgets we’re using right now and the advances we’ll be seeing in the future. From virtual autopsies to giant robotic arms and from an artificial uterus to the inner workings or an eco-house – this is the series that gives you the low down on how everything works. Each themed half hour programme features 4 stories, linked with graphic stings and dynamic narration. Packed with surprising facts and fascinating minutiae, the series covers all things big and small.
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Season 1

1Chainsaw, Plasma TV, Fogger, Hand Pump                                         More info
2Fire extinguisher, Tractor, Boiler, Coin Automat                                         More info
3Paintball gun, Laser printer, Bike gears, Circular saw                                         More info
4Impact drill, Sewing machine, CD player, Microscope                                         More info
5Snow thrower, Nailgun, Sublimation printer, Drier                                         More info
6Fire alarm, Air drill, Electrometer, Air cleaner                                         More info
7Nanometer, Electric bike, Electromotor, Massage bath                                         More info
8Halogen lamp, Mixer, LCD TV                                         More info
9Combustion engine, Washer, Mosquito catcher, Coiler                                         More info
10Sound damper, Fohn, Dishwasher, Scanner                                         More info
11Lifting jack, Pressure washer, Fax, Caboose                                         More info
12Absorber, Coffee mill, Camping lamp,                                          More info

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