DStv highlights - March 6, 2014

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• Stripped Down, Channel O, 17.00

African artists record their songs, acoustic style, to deliver stripped down versions of their hits. No doubt this is set to be one of the highlight shows on Channel O this year – and best of all, there is a new episode every week.


• Tosh.O, Comedy Central, 20.55

Viewers can look forward to more razor-sharp humour and biting commentary from comedian Daniel Tosh. The weekly topical series will delve into more aspects of the internet, from the absolutely absurd to the incredibly ingenious. Each episode includes a cewebrity profile and even more of the web’s notorious cewebrities will receive a second chance to redeem themselves from the embarrassment with which they have become synonymous in their very own web redemptions.


• Big Rich Texas, Style, 21.15

Whitney and Booger continue to plan for the birth of their first child. Although proud, Bonnie becomes tense at the thought of becoming a grandmother and makes an effort to prove that she still has it. When this affects the baby shower, however, Whitney is almost at breaking point. Their relationship is stretched even further when Whitney bonds with Booger’s mom, causing Bonnie to become jealous. After finding out she might not be able to have an epidural, Whitney looks for natural options for childbirth, but will she endure the pains of motherhood?


• NCIS: Los Angeles, M-Net, 21.30

While in Afghanistan, Kensi and Granger join the team on a joint case when a federal agent in LA tied to hawala, an ancient system of money transfer, is murdered.

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