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Maddie meets some furry friends and creepy crawlies.

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Maddie looks at useful lights; she finds out how traffic lights work, making sure that vehicles can safely travel through a road junction.
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Maddie uses a special thermal camera to find out how runny water freezes, making solid ice.
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Maddie finds out how cake ingredients work together to make cake sponges rise in the oven.
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Maddie finds out about things that go up and down; she shows us how a lift works when it carries people up and down, including between floors of a building.
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Maddie looks at the way things are made or trained to help us; first, she meets 7-year-old Anu who uses a prosthetic leg, before visiting a workshop where prosthetic limbs are made.
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Maddie visits a factory where hand wash is made, and uses her special camera to look inside a vat.
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Maddie is visiting a canal lock to find out how canal boats travel up and down hill.
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Maddie learns about wearing glasses and sees an optician for an eye test.
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Maddie find out how robotic carwashes know how to wash cars using a special water proof camera.
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Maddie finds out how things that we use every day are brought to us on big ships.
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Maddie is relaxing at home, playing games and watching television; she shows us how a television screen works using millions of tiny squares called pixels.
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Maddie meets some furry friends and creepy crawlies.
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Maddie visits a farm to see where eggs come from and uses a camera to show why eggs change color when they're cooked; Maddie visits a mill to see how kernels of wheat are ground and turned into flour.
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Maddie visits an indoor water park and uses a special waterproof camera and animation to show how a water slide works; she then goes underneath the swimming pool to see what happens.
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Maddie uses a special underwater camera to see a boat propeller in action and an animation reveals how the propeller pushes the boat through the water.
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Maddie uses a special camera to find out how the chain on a bicycle works.
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Maddie uses a special camera to find out how a garbage truck works.
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Maddie meets some furry friends and creepy crawlies.
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Maddie meets some furry friends and creepy crawlies.
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Maddie finds out about things that use water; she visits an aquatic center to show us how a fish tank works.

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