DStv highlights - June 20, 2012

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l 3 Men Go to Venice, Discovery World, 20.05

Comic trio Rory McGrath, Griff Rhys Jones and Dara O’Briain journey to Venice. There, they enter a gondola race, despite having had no training in the art of the gondolier. They explore the Adriatic and the Dalmatian coast. Highlights of this two-part series include them catching a lift on a military motor yacht, working alongside cadets on a naval sail training ship, familiarising themselves with Europe’s biggest nudist colony and taking part in the Moreska sword dance on the island of Korcula.

l The Rachel Zoe Project, Vuzu, 20.30

Rachel Zoe, Inc is growing exponentially, and so is Rachel’s family. With a baby on the way, Rodger looks for a bigger house, while Rachel sets her eyes on launching her new fashion line. After an Elle magazine photo shoot with her hubby, Rachel and Rodger jet off to a round of interviews for potential new junior stylists to replace Brad.

l Girl Fight, Crime & Investigation Network, 21.00

Inspired by a true story, this documentary tells the story of 16-year-old Haley Macklin (Jodelle Ferland) as she attempts to navigate high school and discovers getting “in” with the popular girls is harder than she expected. Haley thinks nothing of it when she criticises the seniors by posting a note about them on a social network site. But when she comes to one of the senior’s aid one day, they strike up an unexpected friendship and Haley soon becomes part of their crowd. Then the girls discover her online comments about them. Betrayed, they make her pay.

l Mythbusters Dirty Dozen, Discovery Channel, 21.25

Join Jamie, Adam, Kari, Grant and Tory as they revisit some of their favourite moments in this special. From exploding vehicles, wet and wild myths to zany locations, explore top mythbusting adventurers.

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