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DStv highlights - October 15, 2013

Published Oct 15, 2013


• Avengers Assemble, Disney XD, 19.30

Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Hulk, Hawkeye, Black Widow and Falcon must battle The Cabal, led by The Red Skull. The first double episode, The Ghost Protocol, sees Captain America apparently destroyed by Red Skull, so Iron Man reunites the team to avenge his friend and stop Red Skull’s army. But is he strong enough to lead? Red Skull steals Tony Stark’s armour and The Avengers must put aside their differences and stop him and Modok from destroying New York City.

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• Get It Done, The Home Channel, 19.30

A DIY show hosted by Peter du Bruyn and Annalien Grensemann. The team show you what materials you’ll need, how to use your power tools and tell you what mistakes to avoid and tricks to use. Plus, they will show you how to carry out household repair jobs.

• Weeds, M-Net, 22.00

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As the gang rushes the gunshot victim to the hospital, Shane chases after the shooter. Andy and Jill connect in an inappropriate setting, and Doug and Nancy connect in an even more inappropriate manner.

• Car Vs Wild, Discovery Channel, 22.30

Ex-British Special Forces operative Gary Humphrey and American car junkie Bill Wu are dropped into some of the world’s most remote landscapes, with a small red car. Their challenge: to drive and survive until they reach safety. But each location they land in has one thing in common – no one has ever taken a car there before. With no proper roads, no spare parts and only basic rations, they must rely on their wits and their wheels as they pit themselves against the clock, the land and each other. From the frozen peak of a volcano, to a dense rainforest, this pair must use whatever they can find to turn a regular car into an all-purpose, all-terrain vehicle.

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