DStv highlights - May 5, 2015
SNACK ATTACK, Zee World, 5.30pm
A snack is a treat between two meals. This is the idea behind this cooking show. Chef Ranveer Brar brings you interesting snack recipes that can easily be made at home. The recipes are quick and easy, yet delicious. Expect creative takes on traditional snacks like sandwiches and chili bites. Recipes such as the chicken and sweet coconut samoosa promise to tantalise your sweet and sour cravings. Since Indian ingredients can be complex and difficult to find, the ingredients have been renamed in such a way that viewers can easily source these at a local Indian store.
PROJECT RUNWAY, Vuzu, 7.30pm
Thirteen talented designers from past seasons return to the workroom for another shot at being the last designer standing on the runway. Featuring new host, model Carolyn Murphy, these designers will have to prove to judges Isaac Mizrahi and Georgina Chapman and mentor Joanna Coles, former editor-in-chief of Marie Claire, that they have what it takes to win.
DEADLY WOMEN, Investigation Discovery, 7.50pm
Each episode profiles four famous cases, with dramatised reconstructions bringing perpetrators and victims to life. Former FBI agent and profiler, Candice DeLong, and forensic pathologist, Dr Janis Amatuzio, offer a deeper insight into these crimes and the women who committed them. In this season, a mother locks up and tortures her daughter, a “helpful” neighbour quietly preys upon her community, and lesbian lovers kill and dispose of a stranger. Plus, a prostitute does away with several of her husbands, while another woman poisons her spouse for his life insurance.
CSI: CYBER, M-Net, 11.30pm
The agents investigate a murder where the victim’s electronic devices may hold all the answers.