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Hooray for Henry at vacuum factory; and a Grey’s Anatomy fairytale twist

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Inside the Factory

BBC2, 9pm

Hooray for Henry: Inside the Factory
Hooray for Henry: Inside the Factory

The latest topic covered by Gregg Wallace and Cherry Healey is the humble vacuum cleaner. He heads for Somerset, where a huge factory makes more than a million of the devices every year, and follows the construction of its biggest seller, the iconic Henry.

1.2 million vacuums are made here every year and the factory has its own on-site testing centre. All the components come together in less than 30 seconds, before they’re checked, boxed up and sent to the dispatch area.

The storage and distribution centre is 21,000 square feet, the size of nine tennis courts, and from there, the boxes of vacuums roll down a clever chute to one of the 10 trucks that leave the factory every day, each carrying nearly 1,000 machines.

Grey’s Anatomy

RTÉ2, 9.30pm

Grey's Anatomy: Link and Jo take their kids to a fairytale theatre performance that goes wrong. Bailey and Dr Lin attend a recruitment fair in hopes of attracting more doctors to Grey Sloan but find themselves ill-prepared 
Grey’s Anatomy: Link and Jo take their kids to a fairytale theatre performance that goes wrong. Bailey and Dr Lin attend a recruitment fair in hopes of attracting more doctors to Grey Sloan but find themselves ill-prepared 

Dr Hamilton takes his frustrations out on Meredith. Link and Jo take their kids to a fairy-tale theatre performance that goes wrong.

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