Mumbai: With crowded streets, limited space and bustling population, the incredible mega cities of the world are always on the move and full of life. While this is an obvious sight, what is intriguing is the behind-the-scene army that ensures smooth functioning of these cities. Starting March 24, Sony BBC Earth uncovers the secret systems that keep the world’s most crowded and complicated cities functioning with the premiere of World’s Busiest Cities at 10PM.
In the series, presenters Anita Rani, Dan Snow and Ade Adepitan find out how Mexico City keeps its inhabitants safe from earthquakes, visit Asia’s largest fruit and vegetable market in Delhi and meet local people who offer an inside look at life in Moscow and Hong Kong.
What makes the show interesting for Indian audience is the episode on Delhi where the presenters try to understand how 26 million people live, thrive and survive in this ever-growing city.
Discover the thriving beauty of Delhi like never before on 24th March on Sony BBC Earth #FeelAlive