DStv highlights - November 21, 2012

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• Home by Novogratz, The Home Channel, 19.30

Nine-time NBA All Star, Boston Celtic Paul Pierce, asks Cortney and Robert to take what used to be an old storage room at his high school alma mater, Inglewood High, and transform it into a state-of-the-art student athlete lounge as part of his Truth on Health foundation to help fight childhood obesity.

• Drop Dead Diva, M-Net Series, 19.30

As Grayson asks for help planning his wedding, Jane (Brooke Elliott) joins Kim on a malpractice lawsuit on behalf of a model who died while getting breast implants. Teri’s (Margaret Cho) fire-fighter boyfriend is sued by a woman who was injured when he saved her from a burning building.

• Dynamo: Magician Impossible, Discovery Channel, 20.30

Described as the most exciting British magician for a generation, the 28-year-old Dynamo’s back, taking his magic to the streets and incorporating incredible illusions and amazing sleight of hand. In the first episode he visits the World Poker Tour in Venice and reveals how fame has changed his life. Later, Dynamo travels to Rio where he puts on a show on Copacabana beach. He then travels to LA where he walks down the side of the famous LA Times building.

• Plain Jane, MTV, 21.20

A reality series that transforms women from the inside out to reveal a new woman. With the help of British fashion expert Louise Roe, each Plain Jane will have a head-to-toe style transformation, including a new wardrobe and confidence-building exercises. Then the ex-Plain Jane will surprise her unsuspecting crush and reveal her true feelings.

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