DStv highlights - January 24, 2013

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• Top Shot, History, 21.25

We once again take aim at legendary tales of marksmanship. From Annie Oakley to William Tell, the show taps into amazing feats of sharp-shooting, where teams and individuals shoot it out for a $100 000 prize package. Contenders face challenges inspired by real events, from medieval crossbow contests to Wild West gun fights to modern sniper missions.

• Real Housewives of Beverley Hills, Vuzu, 19.30

Lisa holds a charity event at her restaurant and the ladies attend to show their support. Camille, however, is still dealing with the fallout between her and Kyle. Taylor also holds a big event – a Roaring Twenties party. It’s the first time Camille and Kyle are face to face since the last blow-up and everyone is anxious to see if they can put the past behind them.

• Candice Tells All, The Home Channel, 20.00

When an urban-centric couple regrets their move to the suburbs, they hire Candice to inject some city sophistication into their bland suburban home. Faced with a 1980s kitschy, comfy family room complete with stucco ceilings and bad stencilling, Candice gets to work creating a contemporary chic lounge-like setting.

• Moneyball, M-Net Movies Drama & Romance, 20.30

The true story of the general manager of a baseball team. Billy Beane employed never-before-used tactics to put together a winning team on a tight budget.

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