DStv highlights - February 14, 2014

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TO silent witness BBC/Steve Neaves The crime-fighting pathologists are back for a new season of the hit series, Silent Witness, on BBC Entertainment.

• Zone In: John Legend, Channel O, 19.00

John Legend emerged from being a behind-the-scenes songwriter into a bona fide star when he began releasing music as a solo artist. Now, a decade after his debut album Get Lifted was released, Legend continues to put out the hits with his fourth album, Love in the Future.


• Arrow, M-Net, 19.30

After recovering from a near-fatal overdose, Oliver has hallucinations about people from his past. Brother Blood captures Roy and uses him as a test subject for his new serum.


• Silent Witness, BBC Entertainment, 20.00

Follow a team of expert pathologists, including Dr Nikki Alexander and Professor Leo Dalton, as they investigate suspicious deaths. Jack Hodgson, a forensic scientist, joins Nikki as she investigates the murder of a pub landlady. Her husband Roly is the prime suspect, but inconsistencies lead Nikki to believe Roly is innocent.


• How We Made Our Millions, BBC Knowledge, 22.00

Peter Jones gains insight into the minds of successful and inspiring business people. Discussing their successes and failures, their strategies and techniques, Peter discovers what makes their business brains tick and whether there is a blueprint for success. On a behind-the-scenes tour of their companies and luxurious lifestyles, we find out what it takes to reach the top and what fun – or not – they have had along the way.

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