Inside the Factory

Series 6

Series 6, Episode 3 - Yogurt

3.0 95 x
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.

Series 6, Episode 2 - Socks

3.0 90 x
In the second episode of the series, Gregg Wallace visits a sock factory in Leicester that produces one and a half million socks annually.

Series 6, Episode 1 - Cider

3.0 19 x
Gregg Wallace visits the world’s biggest cider factory, which produces more than 350 million litres each year.

July 24, 2018

3.0 21 x
Documentary series. Gregg Wallace explores the factory that makes 700,000 toilet rolls a day and Cherry Healey gets the bum deal of following a flush through the sewers.

Keeping Britain Going: 4. Biscuits

4.5 42 x
Gregg Wallace reconnects with the McVitie’s factory in Harlesden, London, who sold an astonishing 12.5 million packets in just two months during the coronavirus crisis.

Keeping Britain Going: 3. Tea Update

3.0 26 x
Gregg reconnects with the Typhoo tea factory in the Wirral. The coronavirus crisis caused tea bag sales to soar, and the factory has upped production to produce 109 million tea bags in a week.

Keeping Britain Going: Crisps Update

3.0 62 x
As many UK factories face unprecedented demand, Gregg Wallace catches up with some of the factory workers who are toiling around the clock to make sure our cupboards are stocked.

Keeping Britain Going: Baked Beans Update

3.0 33 x
As many UK factories face unprecedented demand, Gregg Wallace catches up with some of the factory workers who are toiling around the clock to make sure our cupboards are stocked.

Keeping Britain Going: 1. Toilet Roll Update

3.0 34 x
As many UK factories face unprecedented demand, Gregg Wallace catches up with some of the factory workers who are toiling around the clock to make sure our cupboards are stocked.

Series 5: 9. Liqueurs

3.0 39 x
Gregg Wallace is in Ireland at an enormous liqueurs factory that produces 540,000 bottles a day.
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