DStv highlights - May 5, 2014

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TO gordon ramsay . Gordon Ramsay turns up the heat |in the kitchens of restaurateurs needing a wake up call in Ramsays Kitchen Nightmares.

• Sifun’ Ukwazi, Mzansi Wethu, 18.30

An energetic, insightful talk show that deals with real issues affecting real people. Every week, guests interact with the audience, discussing topics ranging from lifestyle and health to careers. Celebrities will also be brought in to talk about their work and share with the audience the highs and lows of the entertainment industry. Hosted by Linda Sibiya.

• Dream of Nene: The Wedding, Vuzu, 19.30

This new documentary series features the nuptials of former spouses Nene and Gregg Leakes. Fans got up close and personal with the couple during The Real Housewives of Atlanta, watching their happy marriage and devastating divorce. The Leakes are ready to tie the knot once again and Nene has grand plans for her over-the-top fantasy wedding.

• Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares, BBC Lifestyle, 20.00

Week by week, a struggling restaurant receives the Gordon Ramsay treatment. Gordon reveals home truths to the exhausted, emotional restaurant owner or manager and embarks upon his mission to turn things around.

• Last Resort, Sony Entertainment Television, 20.55

This military-themed drama series tracks the crew of a fictional US submarine ordered to launch nuclear ballistic missiles at Pakistan. Commanding officer Captain Marcus Chaplin (Andre Braugher) refuses to obey, making his vessel a target and he and his men de facto enemies of their own country. Armed with nukes, they must find a way to prove their innocence.

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