DStv highlights - February 28, 2014

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Through The Wormhole with Morgan Freeman, Discovery HD, 17.00

The series asks mankind’s most vexing questions, digging deep into the workings of the mind and searching through the complexities of the universe. Topics explored include “Is there a God Particle?” which feeds into the research on the quest to find the Higgs boson. Other questions include “How do aliens think?” and “Is reality real?”. Relying on experts and out-of-the-box thinkers, season four delves into groundbreaking research, combining spectacular visual effects with informative hypotheses, and examines each subject to give new knowledge about some of science’s age-old questions.


Zone-In: Mi Casa, Channel O, 19.00

Jika was one of the songs of last year – and proof of Mi Casa’s ability to create hit songs with a flair matched by few others. Tune in to see the videos that made them stars.


World’s Wildest Police Videos, Sony Max, DStv Channel 128, 19.05

Witness some of the scariest real-life footage that will shock you as police pursue criminals in extraordinary conditions. The cases are dangerous, but generally everyone involved leaves unscathed. Not for the faint-hearted.


Surveillance Oz, Crime and Investigation Network, 21.00

A stranger attempting to resuscitate a baby in a supermarket in Perth is caught on camera. Thieves break into a Brisbane store but leave behind their DNA. A truck fire in a tunnel soon becomes a deadly situation.

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