Bringing the Text to Life
Bubble gum. Stuffed olives. Accordions. A classical guitar and disposable diapers.
Have you ever wondered how such things are made? Perhaps the prospect of learning how everyday items are put together isn’t all that exciting to you. If that’s the case, then you’ve probably never seen How It’s Made, a simple TV series that prides itself on showing the world how everyday items are assembled. And although it might sound boring, this show is proving to be a big hit.
What began as a documentary for Canadian television has gained a worldwide following on cable networks such as Discovery and the Science Channel. After 10 years on the air, How It’s Made is broadcast in more than 30 countries. Each week it teaches people around the globe a very simple lesson: Even the most overlooked of items is intricately and wonderfully made. And when you know how much effort goes into making something, you’re able to appreciate it that much more.
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