New on SABC1 In September 2008
New on SABC1 this month - September 2008:

A Place Called Home 2
Premiere date: Wednesday, 3 September 2008 at 20h30
Number of episodes: 26
Duration: 30 minutes.

Previously scheduled to premiere on Wednesday, 30 July 2008, A PLace Called Home 2 makes it's debut tonight instead.

TVSA's A Place Called Home Mini-Site.

So You Think You Can Dance SA - Results Show
Premiere date: Tuesday, 9 September 2008 at 19h00
Rebroadcast time: Wednesdays at 14h30
Number of episodes: 8
Duration: 30 minutes

SYTYCD SA's Results Show - features the results from each Saturday's Live show.

TVSA's So YouThink You Can Dance Mini-Site.

Tshisa 2

Premiere date: Tuesday, 9 September 2008 at 20h30
Number of episodes: 26
Duration: 30 minutes


Tshisa returns for it's second season.

Lead Season 2 cast:

Ayanda -  Zukisa Matola
Bafana -  Bongani Masondo
Baksteen -  Innocent Masuku
Lindiwe - Thandy Matlaila
Precious - Mbali Mlotshwa
Bheki - Melusi Yeni

New cast to Season 2

Pushy -  Lerato Moloi
Latoya - Miranda Mokhele
Sly  - Andile Mbatha
Sosha  - Mzwandile Nikane

Find out more about the show on TVSA's Tshisa Season 1 Show Page.

Winx Club 2
Premiere date: Wednesday, 10 September 2008 at 16h30
Number of episodes: 26
Duration: 30 minutes

The teen girls of Winx Club continue their adventures in a second season.

The Unit
Premiere date: Monday, 15 September 2008 at 22h00
Number of episodes: 23
Duration: 1 hour


The Unit 2 sees the return of the super-secret Unit of U.S. Special Forces who undertake missions around the world.

Headed up by Jonas "Snake Doctor" Blane, their missions are ordered by the president and their existence is never ackowledged.

In the first season Bob Brown joined the Unit as they set out to rescue an airliner filled with European businessmen. While Bob threw himself into his missions, his wife Kim struggled with how much control the Unit has over her own personal life.

In Season 2 some new characters join the cast and the Unit's adventures include missions to Pakistan, Bulgaria, Russia and Korea.

Cast: Regina Tayor, Dennis Haysbert, Max Martini, Scott Foley, Audrey Anderson, Abby Brammell, Robert Patrick, Demore Barnes, Michael Irby, Alyssa Shafer. Written by David Mamet.

Jam Alley 21
Premiere date: Friday, 26 September 2008 at 18h30

Jam Alley continues for another season.

Dreaming The New
Premiere date: Tuesday, 9 September 2008 at 21h00
Number of episodes: 4
Duration: 1 hour

Dreaming The New is a four-part documentary series that focuses on art, history and culture.

Documentaries in the line-up:

Dreaming The New: Amagugu
On: Tuesday, 9 September 2008 at 21h00


As we reflect on our history and our own lives, we draw strength from men and women who have dared to dream, dared to fight and dared to live. We draw courage and strength from the people around us within our communities, churches and families.

Fatima Dike and Nico Pooka are just a few of the many who, through their contribution to arts and culture, have changed the lives of people around them.

Amagugu follows the stories of these artists whose lives started as a blank canvas and turned into a Picasso.


Dreaming The New: The Nature Of Creativity
On: Tuesday, 16 September 2008 at 21h00


The Nature of Creativity follows three South African visual Artists - Mthunzi Ndimande, Danelle Janse van Rensburg and Nthabiseng Montshiwa as they reveal the nature of their creativity, their thoughts on education, on curating exhibitions, public art, and most importantly, the love of art itself.

The three artists enroll in an Addict Creative Lab workshop, and then decide to collaborate on an art piece to brand South Africa. The documentary traces their progress, the development of the piece in its different stages and the rush to finish on time. What is the pressure of collaboration? How does it affect an artist’s process?

Will their artwork be accepted by the Addict Creative lab for their next publication? Will it be exhibited? Will their concept of South Africa be enough to take them to the World Creative Forum?


Dreaming The New: Life Is Art
On: Tuesday, 30 September 2008 at 21h00


Life is Art takes viewers into the world of award-winning theatre director Mpumelelo Paul Grootboom. Paul’s art reflects the broad canvas of our country, forgoing the “rainbow-nation” picture perfect story and focusing on real people with real issues.

*Please note: no available info for the third episode on 23 September.


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