DStv highlights - April 30, 2014

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TO CSI NEW . Elisabeth Shue as Julie Finlay with Ted Danson as DB Russell in the crime drama CSI.

• Guest Star: Enrique Iglesias, Trace Urban, 19.00

Singer-songwriter and record producer Enrique Iglesias knows how to mix Latino rhythms with R&B. The latin lover holds the record for producing 24 No 1 Spanish-language singles on the Billboard’s Hot Latin Tracks and has sold 60 million albums worldwide. Since 1995, he has not stopped with successful hits such as Hero, Do You Know and I Like It, featuring Pitbull, among others.

• Globe Trekker, Travel Channel, 20.00

Zay Harding leads the way as he tries to visit five remote islands in the Pacific. His first stop, the tiny island of Ebeye, has attracted thousands from the nearby Marshall Islands, drawn by the chance of working at the US military base on Kwajalein. Now it is so overcrowded, Zay has to watch the local baseball team playing in the only open space on Ebeye big enough for the game – the rubbish dump. Megan McCormick travels through the spectacular heartland of Japan before arriving at its second city, Osaka. With treks to Burma, India and the Andes all part of the journey, Globe Trekker continues to beat a path few others follow.

• Two and a Half Men, M-Net, 20.00

Another year of bachelorhood brought many new adventures for room-mates Walden Schmidt and Alan Harper. After his girlfriend turned down his marriage proposal, Walden was thrown back into the dating world in a serious way. He got invited to a threesome with Alan and his girlfriend.

• CSI, M-Net, 21.30

The CSI team investigates the death of a homeless man who had a huge winning streak at a small casino.

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