DStv highlights - February 11, 2014

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TO rachel khoo 2 tv Des Willie/BBC Worldwide Dont miss Rachel Khoos Kitchen Notebook: London on BBC Lifestyle tonight.

Wild Scotland: The Western Isles, Nat Geo Wild, 18.00

Filmed over a year, Scotland’s Hebridean islands are the stage of rock and water that offer aunrivalled dramatic scenes of contrasting natural forces. From violent winter storms thrashing volcanic rock to golden summer evenings on sandy beaches, this is the story of the ebb and flow of nature at its most powerful.


Two Broke Girls, M-Net, 18.00

After Han e-mails photos of a stripper’s face to his mom in Korea with the claim that she is his girlfriend, he begs Max and Caroline to find the woman and convince her to play his girlfriend when his mother visits.


Rachel Khoo’s Kitchen Notebook: London, BBC Lifestyle, 21.00

Cook and food writer Rachel Khoo returns to London and meets people who share her passion for all things delicious, uncovering new trends and the colourful diversity of the capital’s cooking; sketching, snapping pictures and recording what she discovers in her notebook along the way to inspire new dishes in her own kitchen.


Out There Season, Vuzu, 22.00

Meet Chad Stevens – a 15-year-old existing in the small town of Holford. He’s a loner, until he meets fellow outcast Chris. Chris hates Holford and plans to escape, so he enlists Chad to help. When Chad faints in class after seeing a diagram of the female reproductive system, Chris decides to get Chad more comfortable with the female form. They hear about an adult photo shoot near town and embark on a quest to find it.

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