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DStv highlights - February 26, 2013

Blackstreet, Mzansi Music, 19.00

Blackstreet is a US R&B group founded in 1991 by Thomas Taliaferro and Teddy Riley, the inventor of new jack swing known for his work as a member of Guy. We play you some of their greatest hits!

Comedian Omid Djalili brings the house down with his jokes on BBC Entertainment tonight.

Whose Design Is It Anyway?, The Home Channel, 19.00

The hot new design show that pits design- savvy homeowners against our resident designer and host, Jason Cass. In this episode Mark is transforming his master bedroom into a sleek, hotel-chic sanctuary. Jason is creating a strikingly graphic room, complete with disco ball.

The Truth About Charlie, M-Net Movies Action, 19.24

A woman about to divorce her husband learns he’s dead and all his money’s gone. Then a mysterious man shows claiming the money was really his, and convinces the woman is hiding it.

The Omid Djalili, BBC Entertainment, 22.00

Omid Djalili – the man referred to by one critic as “one of the most subversive, let alone funniest, comedians around” – is broadening his stand-up persona as a comedic voice of modern, mainstream Britain. With brand-new material from his 2008 tour, this series sees him cover themes such as the complexities of being British, racism in football and Iranian social etiquette, all with his tongue placed firmly in his cheek, of course.

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