DStv highlights - February 25, 2014

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to Mark Zuckerberg1 Guillaume Paumier Mark Zuckerberg is the founder of Facebook, which is often blamed for social immorality.

I Almost Got Away With It, Discovery ID, 20.20

While cops generally have success catching criminals, there are cases of clever or lucky criminals who get away. See just how long the arm of the law is and the repercussions of fleeing from the police.


Don’t Blame Facebook, BBC Knowledge, 21.00

This documentary about the dangers of social media tracks down people in the UK who have made some of the most extraordinary faux-pas on Facebook and other social media. From the friends arrested on terrorist charges at a US airport after a joke Tweet, to the McDonald’s employee who went to jail after hacking a superstar’s Facebook page, episode one reveals why we should always be careful about what we say, “like” and share on social media – and always click with caution.


Simply Italian, BBC Lifestyle, 21.35

Michela Chiappa is Welsh, but comes from a huge Italian family. She takes you through the basics of pasta-making, just how they do it in Italy. She also travels to her family’s roots in Northern Italy to find out all there is to know about this Italian staple.


Jerseylicious, Style, 22.10

The series makes its return and things are heating up at The Gatsby Salon. Olivia plans to have the summer of a lifetime with a visit to the Jersey Shore, but her trip threatens to put more pressure on her friendship with Jackie. The dramas between Tracy and Gigi continue when they face off against one another at a Gatsby event. Gayle desperately tries to keep the rest of the group in check, and some shocking truths are revealed.

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