DStv highlights - February 28, 2013

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• Barry White, Mzansi Music, 19.00

Barry White first made his mark in the music business in the 1960s as a session musician. He hit it big in 1973 with a series of albums and singles emphasising lush orchestrations and elaborate production values, over which he laid down his big bass voice. We take a trip down memory lane with his sultry music.

• Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Vuzu, 19.30

To patch things up with Kyle, Camille invites her to a potentially awkward afternoon of tennis and swimming. Lisa’s house guest Cedric reveals a tragic past no one knew about, and Kyle throws an off-the-charts “white party” for Mauricio’s 40th birthday. It’s fun and games until Taylor’s problems with her husband Russell take centre-stage.

• James May’s Things You Need To Know, BBC Knowledge, 21.00

James May answers questions such as “how big was the Big Bang?”, “Is there life on Mars?” and “When will we be able to travel in time?” In episode one, James looks at the human body and realises it’s by far the most impressive vehicle he has come across. He learns why we catch colds, why we get hangovers and what we’l look like 1 000 years from now – and the answers will make you look at your body in a whole new light.

• Secret Location, The Home Channel, 21.00

Sunita is helping Jo and Marcus. They sold their home to find more space, but nearly a year on they’re still on the hunt. It’s up to Sunita to take them to new locations, but these two take their time to make decisions.

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