DStv highlights - June 11, 2012

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l Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives, Food Network, 16.25

Host Guy Fieri takes a cross-country road trip to visit some of America’s classic “greasy spoon” restaurants that have been doing it right for decades. Today they’re booming again – being run by a new generation of owners and serving delicious home-made food to baby boomers and a slew of younger fans, too.

l Say Yes to the Dress – Bridesmaids, Discovery TLC, 19.20

Prepare for more dress dramas and disagreements in the second series. Bride Meghan argues with her selfish maid of honour when she refuses to wear the same dress as the other bridesmaids. Bride Lanae’s hunt for a modest bridesmaid dress becomes a major drama when she falls in love with a sexy V-neck dress that reduces her horrified mother to tears. Plus, finding dresses to flatter one bride’s non-traditional wedding party, including her drag queen “bridesman”, becomes a challenge for consultant Brandon.

l Basketball Wives LA, Vuzu, 19.30

There’s trouble in paradise as tempers flare and the ladies decide to call Jackie out on what they believe she’s been saying behind their backs. Will the friction put an early end to the ladies’ vacation in Hawaii?

l Luther, BBC Entertainment, 20.00

Devastated by the murder of his wife, John Luther returns to policing in the new serious and serial unit. Headed by former police complaints officer Martin Schenk, it is Luther’s chance for a fresh start.

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