Thursday, 16 May 2019

If Food Is What You Crave Check Out Food Network On DStv Channel 175 To See What The Cooks Have Lined Up For You In The Kitchen

Burgers, Brew & 'Que
From Monday 8 July at 19:00
Michael Symon takes a road trip to taste the best classic dishes America has to offer, from mouth-watering burgers to tender barbecue, washed down with the best local beers and brews. In this culinary series he travels from one end of the country to another, starting off in New York for some Greek-style lamb band feta burgers and Italian-style smoky mozzarella and prosciutto, before heading West for the best BBQ and smoked dishes around. If it's meat and grilled or barbecued, Michael will try it, as this series tantalises the eyes and excites the taste buds!

Girl Meets Farm
From Thursday 25 July at 19:55
Cookbook author and food blogger Molly Yeh makes delicious dishes inspired by her Jewish and Chinese heritage in her farmhouse kitchen in the Midwest of America. In this culinary series she aims to bring some fresh and tasty multicultural cuisines to an area unfamiliar with them. Whether it's a unique take on brunch that combines shakshuka with feta, Brussels sprouts and bacon hash, or Chinese-inspired scallion pancakes with maple carrot slaw, Molly is sure to have a new, tasty dish that will give fresh ideas to cooks everywhere.

The Johnson Family Land On Real Time Africa's Screen In July 2019 Also Joining The Lineup Is Something Borrowed, Something New And Too Ugly For Love?

7 Little Johnstons
From Wednesday 17 July at 20:00
In some ways, the Johnstons are an average American family of seven, pursuing the American dream: They live and work in rural Georgia, and are transforming a fixer-upper into their dream home all by themselves. However, this is no ordinary family - they are the largest known family of little people in the world. All seven Johnstons have Achondroplasia Dwarfism, a genetic condition that affects their size. Dad, Trent, and mom, Amber, have a total of five kids under the age of 16: Jonah and Elizabeth, their biological kids, as well as three adopted children, Anna from Russia, Alex from South Korea, and Emma from China. Juggling the demands of a family of seven while living in your dream home that is being renovated because it's a fixer-upper is anything but easy, but the Johnstons are up for the challenge.

Too Ugly For Love?
From Thursday 11 July at 20:00
Finding love isn't always easy. Dating can be awkward and uncomfortable at the best of times. But what happens when you have to reveal you've got a hidden or embarrassing medical condition to a potential partner? In this emotional series, 12 singletons conditions face that dilemma. From alopecia to missing limbs, excessive sweating to colostomy bags, the brave daters are all outwardly attractive and eligible, but internally feel undesirable. The series follows the romantic hopefuls navigate the highs and lows, the awkwardness and embarrassment of dating as they grapple with just how much of themselves to reveal. And, some of these singletons have never before revealed their issue and are terrified at the prospect. They've all become skilled at concealing their condition, but deep down know that, if they want a shot at love, they'll need to open up.

Something Borrowed, Something New
From Tuesday 2 July at 21:00
It's one of the biggest decisions in a woman's life: what to wear on her wedding day! But, in this series, help is at hand! Designer Kelly Nishimoto and stylist Sam Saboura help a bride-to-be solve a classic bridal dilemma: does she wear a borrowed family heirloom filled with a sense of history, or does she go her own way in a brand-new gown? Wearing a family wedding dress can be a joy or it could be a bridal disaster! Kelly is on hand to customise it into something unique that the bride will love, while Sam tries to tempt the indecisive bride-to-be with a brand-new dress with a shopping trip to a bridal salon. From the tall bride whose prison guard mum has strong views on modesty, to Sarah, whose grandma's 1942 dress is now falling apart, every bride is faced with the ultimate sartorial dilemma. It's two dresses, one decision: will it be something borrowed or something new?

Investigation Discovery Africa Brings You More People Magazine Investigates In July 2019 Along With More Murder Mysteries

People Magazine Investigates: Cults
From Thursday 11 July at 22:00
The magnetic, dangerous world of cults has been making the headlines across the world over the years. In this powerful series, People Magazine explores the shocking stories of ordinary people who get caught up in a terrifying web of abuse, deception, and manipulation. How did Charles Manson entice dozens of young women to live with him in his commune in late 60s California; and how did he order his followers to commit a string of gruesome murders? What led 39 people to follow Heaven's Gate leader, Marshall Applewhite to their graves in 1997? This series examines these chilling cases and more, through the eyes of survivors who managed to escape and the People journalists who covered these harrowing stories.

Death In The Bayou: The Jennings 8
From Sunday 7 July at 21:00
Between 2005 and 2009, the bodies of eight young women were found dumped in and around the small town of Jennings, Louisiana. Although they all knew each other, and their bodies were discovered in very similar circumstances, local police refused to link the deaths. After more than 10 years, the cases are still unsolved, leaving the community haunted by the question: who killed the Jennings 8? Tired of waiting for justice, Brittany and Taylor Dubois, sisters of victim Whitnei Dubois, are on a mission to find the truth. As the stories of Whitnei and the other early victims unfold, friends and family members talk about their lives and their suspicious deaths, revealing a world of secrets and suspects beneath the surface of this small town, exploding to a surprising arrest.

The Wonderland Murders
From Monday 29 July at 21:00
Hidden amongst the rolling mountains and deep forests of the iconic Pacific Northwest sits a breeding ground for one of the deadliest terrains in the world. Known as a 'serial killer's playground', this land once dubbed "Wonderland" due to its grandeur and summer beauty, washes away into nine dreary months of rain that bring grey skies and a falling mist. And shrouded in fog are those who are driven to kill. This series follows the dedicated Portland homicide investigators who examine a series of mysterious, riveting and disturbing murder cases in the area. As a team, these investigators explore stories of mystery, obsession, and cold-blooded evil. Recreations, exclusive crime scene video and first-person interviews bring to life a haunting yet beautiful world where a heavy mist often shrouds its hidden horrors.

Diabolical: Deadly Love
From Friday 5 July at 22:00
There are some devious people who use their wits and wiles to manipulate, seduce and even try to get away with murder. This series recounts the chilling tales of murderous masterminds using their devious ways to carry out shocking murders. From the murder of police officer that at first appears to be a suicide, to the suspicious death of a woman in the middle of a crowded lake, investigators peel back the layers of each case to reveal the dark truth. Full of psychological suspense, these compelling, intrigue-driven mysteries feature all the twists and turns of a true-crime thriller - and at the heart of each case is a devastating plot devised by a cold-hearted killer.

The Waldrops Are Back In Sweet Home Sextuplets From July 2019 On TLC Africa With More Brides And Dresses In Say Yes To The Dress Lancashire

Sweet Home Sextuplets
From Monday 1 July at 21:00
Courtney and Eric Waldrop were high school sweethearts from Albertville, Alabama who already have a young son, Saylor, and twin boys, Bridge and Wales. This tight-knit family of five got the shock of their lives when Courtney became pregnant with sextuplets; if they thought three kids was a handful, this was taking their parenting skills to a whole new level! This heart-warming series re-joins the Waldrops' journey after the dramatic birth of the babies. How has life been for Courtney and Eric now that their brood has grown to nine kids in total?

Dr. Pimple Popper
From Saturday 13 July at 21:00
Dr. Sandra Lee, better known as Dr. Pimple Popper, sees all sorts of people who have various skin ailments. From blistering boils to mysterious bumps, she never knows what she will face on any given day and what she will need to help them fix her patients' problems. Upcoming cases include a young mum whose huge growth on her leg appeared after losing weight and appears to be getting bigger. Even worse, she has keloids all over her body and worries that removing it could leave a keloid scar. A brother and sister suffer from the painful skin condition: oozing bumps all over their bodies. And, a man who delivers RVs for a living feels the huge bump on his back is inhibiting his driving ability. Can Dr. Lee remove these unsightly lumps and bumps and transform these individuals' lives in the process?

Say Yes To The Dress Lancashire
From Sunday 28 July at 19:05
Super-stylist, Gok Wan, is an expert in dressing women, so ladies looking for the most important dress of their life couldn't be in safer hands! At the award-winning, family run Ava Rose Hamilton bridal boutique in the heart of the countryside in Lancashire, England, Gok is on hand with the dedicated and passionate consultants to help nervous brides to find the perfect wedding gown. But, if the dream dress doesn't exist Gok will work with the team to create it! Every appointment has its own challenges and Gok will stop at nothing to overcome them. From the bride who dreads seeing her body in a big white dress to the straight-talking entourage who all think they know best, there's drama and emotion at every appointment! Whatever the story, Gok's mission is to make every bride feel incredible.

Brand New Series Did I Mention Invention? Debuts Later In July On Discovery Family Africa

Did I Mention Invention?
From Wednesday 24 July at 20:10
Host Alie Ward reveals fascinating stories of invention and introduces everyday innovators in this inspiring series. In each episode, Alie presents reports of human ingenuity from around the US - and beyond. From the man who invented the digital camera to examining how facial recognition is helping shopping, this is a voyage of discovery. In a quest for the most exciting minds, the series meets innovators young and old, finding out what it takes to bring their vision to life, and reveals little-known facts about the history and process of invention and innovation.

Strange Evidence
From Wednesday 10 July at 21:00
Worldwide, six billion cameras are watching us; on the street, at work, and in our homes. Sometimes, they capture things that seem impossible, that defy the laws of physics. In this series, experts carry out analysis of these unusual events to decipher whether these clips really defy explanation, or can science explain the inexplicable? From a girl seemingly thrown into the air as she walks along a pavement to a slab of meat that appears to be twitching on its own, scientists examine video footage to discover the truth behind some of the world's most bizarre and mysterious occurrences ever recorded on camera

Naked And Afraid XL And Guardians Of The Glades Debuts In July 2019 On Discovery Channel Africa

Naked and Afraid XL
From Tuesday 9 July at 20:00
In one of the most difficult group survival challenges on the planet, 12 elite survivalists take on the brutal conditions of the South China Sea in the hope of lasting 40 days on land and on sea. They must decide if they are stronger together or split into smaller groups, and with varied skills and personalities, will their differences divide them? To succeed they'll need to master the environment, push the limits of human endurance, and survive each other in one of the most remote areas on earth. And, two all-star survivalists take on an even more extreme challenge of 60 days, beginning in the jungles of the Philippines.

Masters of Disaster
From Thursday 18 July at 21:00
These days, pretty much everyone is heavily dependent on modern technology. From mobile phones to food processors, every aspect of day-to-day life is catered for with a high-tech gadget that most of us take for granted. But, in the event of Doomsday, what would happen if all this technology we rely upon is gone? A group of innovative engineers and workmen in Chattanooga, Tennesse, led by mechanic and survivalist Beau Boruff are not taking any chances. In this series, these guys source vintage pieces, restore them to full working order and sell them to grateful Doomsday preppers, hopefully making a tidy profit in the process.

Building Off The Grid
From Saturday 6 July at 17:15
For some, the idea of living in an unspoilt wilderness 'off the grid', stripped of the trappings of modern life, is a wonderful dream. But building in these places where access to contemporary materials is limited and without a support network can be much more difficult. This series follows plucky people across the USA who are inspired to build in the middle of nowhere and escape the pressures of living in a city. In Ohio, two brothers rush to build a high-end vacation home in only four months in the middle of a cattle ranch. And, in the Appalachian Mountains, a man wants to surprise his wife with an eco-friendly holiday home far from the crowds. Will they be able to cope with the unpredictable elements of Mother Nature in pursuit of building their dream, unplugged from the modern world?

Guardians Of The Glades
From Wednesday 24 July at 21:00
For people born poor and without many options like Dusty Crum, life can be hard. But if there's a will there's a way, and he learned from his father how to make do with what they had and to make a lot from a little. When a business opportunity came his way to hunt invasive snakes in the Everglades, he took it with both hands. In this entertaining series, Dusty and his ragtag band of hunters do battle with these slithering monsters in bug-infested, alligator-ridden swamps. They may not have professional training or much in the way of equipment, but they make up for that with courage and determination!

Always Entertaining Kids Being It's Forte, DStv Has Added PBS Kids A New Education Based Entertainment Channel, Offering The Opportunity For Children To Explore New Ideas And New Worlds. From May 22nd To August 22nd, On Channel 313 On All Our Packages By MultiChoice Ethiopia

Its only temporary so MultiChoice could be testing out the content again if all goes well it could come back or stay after August 22nd since it is a 3 month pop-up channel.
The PBS content expires at the end of May a few days before the pop-up channel arrives. So don't be surprised if there was some announcement that it would be a permanent addition to DStv later in 2019.