Maddie visits beehives on the roof of a building in the city. She finds out how honey bees make honey in the hive. Maddie puts on a special beekeeping suit before the beekeeper opens the hive to see the busy bees working away. She uses her special slo-motion camera to see the bees fanning the hive with their wings to make the liquid honey evaporate and turn thick and sticky. We also see them carrying the pollen from the flowers in tiny ‘pollen baskets’ on their legs. Next, Maddie visits a pottery to find out how mugs are made from clay. We see the big lumps of clay being shaped into a mug shape by a fast spinning machine. Then Maddie shows us how the brightly coloured stripy glaze is painted on by hand.