DStv highlights - September 2, 2014

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TO under the dome Barbie (Mike Vogel) and the other characters try to get to the bottom of whats going on in their town in Under the Dome.

• Wild Yellowstone: She Wolf, Nat Geo Wild, 18.00

A wolf lives to hunt. Red meat is their life-blood, and the alpha must provide. But this is not a story about an alpha male: it’s a biopic about one female wolf. We trace her against-the-odds rise to the extraordinary position of leader of her pack. The She-Wolf was one of the most famous wolves to have roamed Yellowstone. And she created one of the its most legendary wolf packs. Sadly, she was shot by a hunter. But she left behind a thriving family and an enduring legacy.

• Under the Dome, M-Net, 20.30

Joe, Norrie, Angie and Junior see white spots all over the barn, which are supposed to link up the constellations they created. Junior tries again to seduce Angie, but she says a relationship will never happen.

• Best Gardens, The Home Channel, 21.30

Best Gardens brings to life the heart and soul of everything outdoors. From sprawling country estates to urban courtyards in compact spaces, viewers will get an up-close look at some of the most inspiring outdoor spaces around.

• Shark Girl, Animal Planet, 22.50

Follows Madison Stewart, who has a passion for a creature of the deep that strikes fear in the hearts of most people: sharks. She has been face-to-face with every kind of shark around the world, but at an early age knew that if sharks are endangered, so is their habitat. So Madison gave up the carefree life of other teens, and armed with a video camera, set out to fight the ignorance that surrounds these misunderstood creatures.

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