DStv highlights - January 14, 2013

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to Brad Pitt . Brad Pitt is amazing as the title character in Joe Black.

• Meet Joe Black, M-Net Movies Romance, 17.15

Brad Pitt plays death and how it visits a man and gives him a few days to come to terms with his imminent passing. Anthony Hopkins also stars in this nail-biting romantic thriller.


• How To Live With Your Parents For The Rest of Your Life, Vuzu, 18.30

A single and uptight divorced mother, Polly, moves back in with her parents, Elaine and Max, upon leaving her husband. Polly’s folks are laid-back, despite Elaine not raising her well because she mumbled inappropriate things to her when she was growing up. But the return does not go as smooth as Polly had hoped as she has to deal not only with her parents and their lifestyle, but also with a best friend whom she almost dated and an ex-husband who wants her back as she prepares to restart her life.


• Our Perfect Wedding (Season 2), Mzansi Wethu, 19.00

Kgothatso will finally marry the girl he met in a school uniform. He had to wait a few years before asking for her hand in marriage, but he always knew she was the one.

Great British Bake Off Masterclass, BBC Lifestyle, 20.00

In these three episodes, Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry take over the Bake Off tent to show how technical challenges should be done. They tackle treacle tarts, rum babas, creme caramels and Paul’s infamous eight-strand plaited loaf. They reveal the secrets of chocolate tea cakes, jam doughnuts and fondant fancies, and make flat breads and wellingtons. Mary and Paul go through every step of their recipes to show common pitfalls and prove that everyone can give baking a go if they follow their advice.

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