From the BBC websites (http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00kr8sz and http://www.bbc.co.uk/pressoffice/proginfo/tv/2009/wk20/mon.shtml#mon_nina)
Nina is back with more scientific investigations for children. She is ready to get started on a journey of discovery in her new workshop. With the help of her trusty neurons, which represent the senses (taste, touch, sight, sound and smell), Nina looks at inventions which are used in and around the home.
Each day, children join Nina in her workshop and, together, they look at items which people rely on. Nina asks where they come from, how are they made, why a bed is bouncy, how a flask works and how a vacuum cleaner sucks up dust.
As various objects are discovered, examined and taken apart, Nina and her crew get to see how they function and what makes them work, and even have a go at inventing. The neurons, as always, are called on to help out, and Nina decides which is the best one for the job.
To demonstrate how the same technology in household objects can be used on a big scale, Nina visits lots of exciting locations, including a submarine base, an observatory and the London Eye.
In this episode, Russell, Kai and Ella ask: How does a key open a lock? Lucky for them, Nina is on hand to unlock the answer. With help from beautiful Belle, the sound neuron, Nina and the children look inside a lock to see all the moving parts before leaving the workshop to visit a huge bank vault.
The Inventors have all sorts of fun finding out why keys have teeth and they finish by making their very own locks.
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