DStv highlights - March 12, 2014

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• Guest Star: Lady Gaga, Trace Urban, 15.45

A documentary about pop star Lady Gaga. The songstress, producer, actress and designer has known success since 2008 thanks to her hits Just Dance and Poker Face. Nowadays, when she is not causing a sensation with her stunning outfits, she’s at the top of the charts. Her last single Applause, from her album Artpop, had more than 13.5 million views on YouTube in less than 48 hours.


• Ricardo & Friends, The Home Channel, 18.00

Ricardo’s aunt drops in unexpectedly with family. Using only ingredients in his fridge and pantry, Ricardo whips up a starter, a main course of asparagus risotto with fresh Parmesan bought in Little Italy, and an apple tarte tatin for dessert.


• Twisted, Vuzu, 20.30

Danny, Jo and Lacey take a road trip to Connecticut to search for clues in Regina’s murder, and Jo and Lacey quarrel en route.


• Don’t Drive Here, Discovery World, 22.00

Host Andrew Younghusband discovers the perils of driving in cities with the worst traffic in the world. Season one takes us to Delhi, Mexico City, Bangkok, Lima, Manila and Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia. Each episode features Andrew learning from the locals – taxi drivers, truckers, driving officials and the public –who show him how to navigate and survive in their distinctive traffic chaos.

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