DStv highlights - October 3, 2012

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l Cruise Today, Travel Channel, 18.00

This month Chris Serle samples life on board the L’Austral in the Adriatic. Gareth Davis soaks up the wonders of Barcelona and Cheryl Baker explores the lesser known Asian cities of Da Nang and Hoi An.

l The Ellen DeGeneres Show, M-Net Series, 18.30

The comedic host is back, hosting Britney Spears, Simon Cowell, Kate Hudson, Clint Eastwood, Selena Gomez and Pattie Mallette (Justin Bieber’s mom). Also, the Dave Matthews Band, No Doubt, Green Day, The Killers and Carly Rae Jepsen are among the performers on the bill.

l FBI Files, Crime & Investigation Network, 19.45

In Lincoln County, Nebraska, a fugitive drug dealer shoots and wounds two troopers. A manhunt connects the fugitive to a murder in western Nebraska. A chance sighting leads FBI agents to a second confrontation with the killer, who is more determined than ever to escape the law.

l American Chopper: Senior vs Junior, Discovery HD Showcase, 21.50

For the Teutuls, what was once a family business is now a family feud. While Paul sr builds his world-famous custom bikes at OCC, his son Junior runs his competing bike business, Paul Jr Designs, just down the road. Though the lawsuit is behind them, the rivalry is as raw as ever. This season, OCC works on a build for a hybrid seed company and rushes to complete the bike for US Biker Law; while PJD works on a bike for Cepheid, a medical tech company. Tempers flare at OCC when Jason is offended by Senior’s design critiques, resulting in a mangled bike.

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