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Miditech's 'Wheels' on BBC World

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MAMBA: From 2 October, Miditech-produced show Wheels will return on BBC World with a brand new look. Along with Miditech's team of enthusiastic new presenters, the programme brings unbiased, direct and exclusive reviews of cars and bikes. The show will be aired on Saturdays at 10 pm and on Sundays at 12 pm.          

    

The 13-part series introduces an energetic, fast-paced and interactive format. Each show opens with a new section - Grapevine features all the buzz from the world of cars and bikes. Followed by the car review section with presenters and car enthusiasts, Yudhishtir Urs and Sonam Kalra brings in-depth analysis of the latest cars that hit the Indian roads and face-offs between competing brands to reveal which one has the edge.



Bike lover Neeraj Chinappa and professional hill biker Sherry put to the test the newest two-wheelers in the Kick Start segment. The programme concludes with an all-new interactive segment, Forum, presented by Shabri Malik. Forum is an interactive segment,wherein viewers become part of the show and share their views, stories and passions on a variety of motoring issues.



"With its mix of reviews, scoops and test drives of the latest cars and smartest bikes, the new series will be more engaging and consumer-focused than ever before," says Chandramouli Basu, series producer, Wheels.

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