DStv highlights - May 2, 2014

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• House Doctor, The Home Channel, 19.00

Ann Maurice and Alistair Appleton look back at some of the most memorable transformations she’s made in the series, turning hard-to-sell homes into hot property.


• The Bachelor, Vuzu, 20.30

Juan Pablo and the 11 remaining women head to Vietnam, where they embark on a bamboo boat ride, harvest herbs and share a meal with a traditional Vietnamese family. Meanwhile, one-on-one dates include a visit to the city of Hoi An and a trip to Marble Mountain. Eight women are selected to continue at the rose ceremony.


• Undercover Boss Canada, BBC Knowledge, 21.00

Chief executives from 10 of Canada’s biggest corporations stealthily join the ranks of their own unsuspecting workforce. Each episode features a prominent executive who goes incognito among their frontline employees. The executive is given a disguise and a back story while the staff believe they are training a new recruit. Working alongside their employees, each undercover boss discovers more about the effects their decisions have on others, the perception of the company, and the unsung heroes of their workforce, learning more about how to apply what they have gained from the experience.


• Game of Thrones, M-Net, 21.30

In the frenzied aftermath of the royal wedding, Tyrion gets a visit from a loyal subject, but wonders if anyone in his family will help him out of his current predicament. Meanwhile, Tywin offers to work for the common good with a presumed enemy.

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