The John Deere STS Combine is the agricultural industry's signature harvesting mega-machine. Tour its birthplace where 2000 employees, 49 robotic welders and 8 laser cutters help put them together.
Taking the world by storm in 1964, the Porsche 911 is now one of the world's iconic sports cars. Explore the German factory that offers a colour, style and speed for even the most fastidious driver.
Smooth, strong and utterly unique, Jack Daniels is one of the world's best-selling whiskies. Every single bottle is made in Tennessee where old world traditions meet state-of-the-art technology.
Used by everyone from boy scouts to presidents, the Swiss Army Knife may be the most ingenious multipurpose tool ever invented - with an equally ingenious process for its production.
Frito Lay's million square foot facility runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week and goes through a million pounds of potatoes a day to make its variety of chips in preparation for the Fourth of July.
After 13 years in development, Atlantic City's towering new casino, the Borgata, is ready for action. Watch its multi-year construction and spectacular opening.
The Panamera, Porsche's first four-door high performance sports sedan, is pushing the company and its factory into uncharted territory. But with sales sky high, the risk appears to be paying off.
Enter the Audi R8 factory in Neckarsulm, Germany, and follow the crafting of a road car modelled after a champion race car. With the introduction of the R8, Audi breaks out of its elegant sedan image to create a sports car that rivals the likes of Porsche and Lamborghini.
Chef Rick Stein combines two of his favourite passions in this evocative celebration of the music and food of the American Deep South. Rick has loved blues music since he first encountered it in the early 1960s. Now he goes on a fascinating journey through the Mississippi Delta - the birthplace of the blues - seeking out his favourite music as well as the food that is ingrained in its heritage.
In this final episode we follow the homeless guests as they leave the celebrity homes and head back into the real world ... all with new futures to look forward to.
Four celebrity households including Brit-pop legend Alex James, presenter Anneka Rice, popular chef Aldo Zilli and interior designers Colin and Justin agree to open their doors to some of the most vulnerable members of British society.
In the final episode in the series Ruth is at Pen-y-Lan Hall, built in 1690 by the founder of Lloyds bank and bought by the Holloway family in 1849. The house has been passed down the generations.
Can those who have everything help rebuild the lives of people who have nothing at all? With the UK in the midst of its worst recession in decades, homelessness is expected to rise dramatically. Home Is Where The Heart Is follows a radical scheme which looks to offer a solution to one of Britain's most stubborn social problems.
Ruth Watson has more than just a crumbling home to contend with this week as her country house mission turns to playing peace maker. Hill Place in Swanmore, Hampshire is a Grade II listed Georgian villa, built in 1791. Home to Will and Rebecca Dobson since inheriting it from Will's grandmother, the couple have given up their home and their jobs to put their all into making the house a success.
This week's episode sees Ruth tackling Garston Manor, a grade two listed Georgian house on the outskirts of Watford. Headmistress Sheila O'Neill bought the house, built in 1812as a wreck for just under $800,000 from the local council. Against the advice of friends and family Sheila had dreams to turn the decrepit building into a school.
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