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DStv viewers across Africa can expect some exciting viewing this weekend and beyond. Here are some highlights Blood, Sweat and T-Shirts (Premiere): Shopping for a bargain has become a national obsession in the UK, and fashion has never been cheaper. But would our passion for throwaway fashion be so strong if we knew where the clothes really came from? In Blood, Sweat and T-Shirts, six young fashion fanatics swap shopping for the backstreets of India to live and work like the people who make the clothes they wear. On this journey of discovery, the six experience every level of the clothing business. They start at a multi-million pound factory that makes clothes for some of the biggest brands on the UK high street. But they discover that working on one of the thirty-strong production lines is a tough challenge. Discipline is strict and rules cannot be broken. Targets and quotas must be met, and those that don’t make the grade get demoted from stitching to lower status, less well-paid jobs, such as ironing and buttoning. DStv audiences can tune into BBC Knowledge from Monday 13 February at 21:00 CAT to watch how the style-conscious young visitors respond to learning the truth about the fashion business. Unthinkable: A psychological thriller centered around a black-ops interrogator and an FBI agent who press a suspect terrorist into divulging the location of three nuclear weapons sets to detonate in the United States. DStv audiences can tune into M-Net West on Thursday 16 February to watch this thriller starring Samuel L. Jackson, Carrie-Anne Moss and Michael Sheen. The Wedding Planner: Mary Fiore (Jennifer Lopez) runs a successful business as a wedding planner – she can calm the couple down, select the perfect flowers and turn any situation into the romantic moment which the bride has always dreamed. But when it comes to her own life, the incurably single Mary could do with some help. Then a chance encounter leads her to Steve (Matthew McConaughey), who appears to be the man of her dreams – except for the fact that he’s engaged to one of her biggest clients, Fran (Bridgette Wilson-Sampras). As Mary plans the elaborate wedding and begins to spend more time with Steve, she slowly and unwillingly begins to fall in love with him. It is directed by Adam Shankman and stars Jennifer Lopez, Matthew McConaughey and Bridgette Wilson-Sampras. Watch it on Tuesday 14 February at 14:25 CAT. Ross Kemp on Gangs: Jamaica: Ross Kemp returns to investigate the most notorious gangs on the planet. This first episode of the third season finds him in Kingston, Jamaica which is also known as the ‘murder capital of the world’. Watch it on Thursday 16 February at 22:30 CAT. E! Special: Kelly Osbourne: In this 30-minute special, the daughter of Ozzy Osbourne spills about her unconventional upbringing, her struggles with addiction and her journey to find her own inner rock star. Kelly Osbourne has prevailed through all manner of family drama (mom’s cancer, dad’s near fatal car accident, brother’s rehab stint), and made inroads into everything from music to film, TV and now fashion.  As co-host of E!’s Fashion Police and the newest face of Material Girl (Madonna and daughter Lourdes’ clothing collection), Kelly Osbourne is on the verge of unveiling her personal fashion line and finally coming into her own. Catch it on Thursday 16 February at 22:00 CAT.   Who Do You Think You Are? (Premiere): This inspiring and informative reality series takes viewers on a personal journey into the pasts of well–known celebrities, sharing their emotion and surprise as they uncover the stories that lie at the heart of their family history. DStv audiences can tune in to Zone Reality on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 February at 19:00 CAT to watch as each episode follows an iconic celebrity, be they from the world of sport, art or literature, as he or she uncovers stories of heroism, tragedy, love and sometimes betrayal. As the famous participants travel the world discovering their ancestry, the show takes viewers back in time to see how history has shaped the world around us. In this latest series JK Rowling and others are among the famous faces to trace back their roots and uncover stories of their families past which ultimately help them understand more about themselves. In the second episode, JK Rowling makes a rare television appearance and sets out to investigate her French roots. She has always been intrigued by her Mother’s French ancestry, but knows very little about it.]]>

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