DStv highlights - May 9, 2014

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TO midsomer . The backdrop of Midsomer Murders changes tonight as Chief Inspector John Barnaby (Neil Dudgeon) and Sergeant Nelson (Gwilym Lee) find themselves assisting two Danish cops with a murder in Copenhagen.

• Bounce, Mzansi Magic, 18.00

Presented by the charismatic SK, this is a dance show giving South Africans a chance to express themselves in any form or style of dance in a glitzy television studio “night club” setting.

• Turn-Up, Channel O, 19.00

A new weekly live music and interactive flagship show that is already finding a fan base across the continent. Beaming out of your favourite music channel, it highlights what’s happening on the continent, right now.

• Midsomer Murders, Universal Channel, 20.00

Chief Inspector John Barnaby (Neil Dudgeon) and his new sidekick, Sergeant Nelson (Gwilym Lee), find themselves ranging a little further afield as the series reaches its end and this most traditionally British of crime dramas crosses over with the new wave of Scandinavian noir. When a Midsomer businessman is poisoned by one of his own biscuits during a trip to Copenhagen, the Midsomer detectives must team up with two Danish cops who’ll be very familiar to viewers of Borgen and The Killing.

• The Bachelor, Vuzu, 20.30

The eight remaining bachelorettes join Juan Pablo on a visit to New Zealand, where six of them try out an extreme sport during a group date. Also, a one-on-one date involves a speedboat ride through the Tutukau Gorge. At the rose ceremony, the playing field is reduced to six.

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