DStv highlights - July 18, 2014

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TO MANDELA PORTRAIT - Copy . Catch Nelson Mandela: Redrawn, a documentary that looks at the life of the global icon, going from his democratic rule back to his childhood.

• Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Vuzu, 19.30

Carlton hosts the ladies for a luncheon in her Gothic mansion. When Lisa shows up late, teasing about her suspect faint proves too much for her after being eliminated on Dancing with the Stars. Kyle upsets Carlton after probing about witchcraft, but Kyle goes on the defensive when Brandi prompts the ladies to talk about the tabloid accusations about Mauricio cheating.

• Nelson Mandela Redrawn, History, 20.30

Looks beyond the history and the fame to find more amazing truths about one of the world’s greatest statesmen. This intimate portrayal reaches into the soul of what made Nelson Mandela an icon.

• Botched Up Bodies, TLC Entertainment, 20.55

Follows some of Britain’s top plastic surgeons who correct cosmetic surgery disasters. With access to the renowned plastic surgery unit at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, the surgeons correct the catastrophes and give the victims the breasts, faces, teeth and tummies that they have always wanted.

• Real Husbands of Hollywood, Sony Max, 21.00

Follows comedian Kevin Hart and other married stars Nelly, Boris Kodjoe, Duane Martin and JB Smoove as they navigate their surreal celebrity lives in Hollywood. Part reality, part improvised comedy, part satire.

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