Gregg Wallace visits the world’s biggest cider factory, which produces more than 350 million litres each year. Show more
Gregg Wallace visits a sock factory in Leicester that produces one and a half million socks annually. Show more
Gregg Wallace visits a factory in rural Somerset that produces one million pots of yogurt every 24 hours, while Cherry Healey helps out with the UK’s biggest blackcurrant harvest. Show more
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Gregg Wallace visits the Ercol factory in Buckinghamshire to follow the production of a Windsor chair. Meanwhile, Cherry Healey investigates how sitting too much could be very bad for our health. Show more
Gregg Wallace visits a boot factory in Wollaston, Northamptonshire to follow the production of a pair of Dr. Martens, while Cherry Healey gets to grips with the machines that make shoelaces. Show more
Gregg Wallace visits the biggest tortilla factory in Europe, while Cherry Healey takes on the hottest chilli in the world and Ruth Goodman reveals how the Elizabethans treated their ruff collars. Show more
Gregg visits the Denby factory in Derbyshire. Brits drink 195 million mugs of tea and coffee every day, so Gregg is following production of one of the factory’s best sellers, the Halo Heritage mug. Show more
Gregg visits a factory that churns out fifty thousand litres of dairy ice cream every day, while Cherry Healey enlists an ice hockey team to test the best methods of stopping brain freeze. Show more
Gregg Wallace visits a huge vacuum cleaner factory in the heart of Somerset and follows their biggest seller, the Henry vacuum cleaner in bright red.