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Updated Saturday, 2nd July 2011

Evan Davis takes on the belief that the UK doesn't make things any more, finding the evidence that we're still, in part, an industrialised nation.

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In Made in Britain, a new series co-produced by the BBC and The Open University, Evan Davis tours the UK, visiting a variety of companies to discover why manufacturing accounts for around 12 per cent of the UK's modern economy.

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Made In Britain airs on BBC Two at 9pm on Monday 4th July. For broadcast details, visit bbc.co.uk.

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