DStv highlights - June 19, 2014

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TO 24 . Yvonne Strahovski as CIA field operative Kate Morgan in 24: Live Another Day.

• Battle: Teargas vs Skwatta Kamp, Channel O, 19.00

The first big single from Skwatta Kamp, Umoya, gave notice that Mzansi hip hop could be rooted at home, but make an impact across the continent. But Teargas have proved they are able to make hits time and time again with the likes of Wake Up and Paradise, among many others.

• 24: Live Another Day, M-Net, 19.30

As the hunt continues for Jack Bauer, the terror threat intensifies, much to the chagrin of the CIA and Kate Morgan. Across town, President James Heller prepares to address Parliament in an attempt to heal wounds with the British and preserve his legacy. Meanwhile, Margot, a home-grown British terrorist seeking to avenge her husband’s death, proves she is willing to make any sacrifice for her mission.

• Most Shocking, Sony Max, 20.00

This reality TV show assembles a selection of video clips designed to have even the most hardened cynics picking their jaws up off the floor. From high-speed police chases and outrageous criminal antics to freak accidents and acts of stupendous stupidity, these caught-on-camera gaffes will have you shouting “WTF!” and “OMG!” at your TV.

• Worst thing I Ever Bought, E!, 21.00

If you had an endless amount of cash, what would you spend it on? Many of Hollywood’s stars would buy something bizarre. Join a panel including model Amber Rose and reality star Snooki as they count down the best of the worst things money can buy. From stuffed horses to ghost hunting gear, discover some of the most ridiculous items the famous have spent their money on.

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