DStv highlights - August 27, 2012

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l Shark Attack Experiment, Nat Geo Wild, 18.00

This series broadcasts from some of the world’s most shark-infested waters off the coast of SA. A team of free-divers and conservationists put their safety on the line to separate shark attack myths from realities, in the hope of protecting these largely misunderstood creatures, which are also being driven to extinction by overfishing.

l Choccywoccydoodah, BBC Lifestyle, 20.00

Season two of the series following the Brighton cake shop of the same name and its team of quirky chocolatiers, as they create masterpieces that are out of this world. Each episode sees boss Christine and her maverick team build bespoke creations for an extraordinary range of people. In this series, the team create a gift for TV host Paul O’Grady, while Tom has his work cut out for him when he has to create 17 made-to-order cakes in just five days.

l Ru Paul’s Drag Race, Vuzu, 21.30

The dolls get physical as they produce their own inspirational workout videos directed by fitness guru Susan Powter. RuPaul and Powter are joined by guest judge La Toya Jackson.

l The Comedy Central Roast of Joan Rivers, Comedy Central, DStv Channel 122, 21:45

Comedy legend Joan Rivers is roasted by a host of celebrities including Carl Reiner, Gilbert Gottfried, Tom Arnold, Robin Quivers, Greg Giraldo and Jeff Ross. Donald Trump and Don Rickles make pre-taped appearances while Melissa Rivers leaps out of the audience to roast her own mother.

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