DStv highlights - March 17, 2014

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TO Bones INLSA Emily Deschanel as Dr Temperance Brennan,with David Boreanaz as FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth in the crime drama, Bones.

• Real Designing Women, The Home Channel, 19.00

Dee Dee gets her junior designers to implement “interior design online” as a way to lure clients. In Stamford, Jennifer acts as an adviser for a client/friend who is having a hard time making decisions on a renovation project. Lori’s client is detail-oriented and Lori tries to help her and her husband achieve the home they envision.


• Bakery Boss, Discovery TLC, 20.00

Cake Boss’s Buddy Valastro visits failing bakeries to revive once-healthy businesses. Whether it’s creating a new menu or updating the décor, Buddy hopes to transform their fortunes. In the pilot, a family-owned bakery in Frankfort, New York, is in danger of closing after more than 50 years. The shop used to have a variety of cakes and pastries on the menu, but now most of its revenue comes from bread – and there isn’t much dough in it. The family wants to pass down the business to the fourth generation, but unless the younger staff can match the dedication of their seniors, the future is bleak. Buddy will do all he can to bring business in, but will the elders learn to accept criticism of their products and working practices?


• Bones, Fox, 20.20

A procedural featuring Dr Temperance Brennan, a forensic anthropologist who works with FBI Agent Seeley Booth on murder investigations when the standard methods of identifying a body are useless. Brennan’s expertise lies in her ability to read clues left behind in the victims’ bones.


• Nashville, M-Net, 21.30

Lamar turns out to be an unexpected ally for Rayna, while Jolene tries to help when she sees Juliette struggling.

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