DStv highlights - November 19, 2012

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TO PERCEPTION TV ABC STUDIOS PERCEPTION - It's mind over murder as an eccentric neuroscientist with a unique view of the world teams up with the FBI to crack difficult cases in the new drama series "Perception," premiering MONDAY, JULY 9 (10:00-11:00 p.m. ET/PT), on TNT. Emmy(R) and Screen Actors Guild Award(R) winner Eric McCormack stars in this fascinating series, along with Rachael Leigh Cook, Arjay Smith and Kelly Rowan. (ABC STUDIOS/DOUG HYUN) ERIC MCCORMACK

• 40th American Music Awards, Vuzu, 19.30

The American Music Awards is an annual American music awards show, created by Dick Clark in 1973 for ABC. Winners last year included Taylor Swift, Adele, Jennifer Lopez, Nicki Minaj and many more.

• Outback Truckers, Discovery Channel, 20.30

Meet Australia’s men and women who drive some of the largest, heaviest and least manoeuvrable road vehicles in the world on marathon runs along the toughest roads and loneliest highways. Putting their jobs and their lives on the line every time they get behind the wheel, the truckers endure harsh conditions, face the utmost danger and struggle with the many tough challenges such an extreme job can have on their professional and private life. Whether its fires, floods, wild animals or the threat of crashing, these drivers must battle against the odds to ensure every delivery is on time and undamaged.

• The Secret Millionaire, BBC Knowledge, 21.00

Each week, a millionaire leaves his or her luxury lifestyle behind to live undercover for 10 days in some of the most deprived parts of Britain. They must integrate into the community and work and volunteer with the locals in order to discover the people and projects they think would most benefit from their generosity. On the final day, their true identity is revealed.

• Perception, M-Net, 21.30

Pierce and Moretti race to find clues when a serial killer from 1986 begins killing again. They catch a break when they learn that one of the victims is actually alive.


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