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Written by Shows Editor from the blog New Shows and Seasons on 14 Mar 2019
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Taraji P. Henson Tour of South Africa

Channel: FOX (DStv 125 / StarSat 131)
TX Time: 19h30
Genre: Special

Taraji P. Henson Tour of South Africa

Taraji visits South Africa on a press tour to promote the latest season of Empire.

This documentary special follows her as she visits some tourist attractions, chats to local media and takes part in activities across Gauteng.

The featurette ends at a VIP event at Steyn City under the "#BlackEmpirement" theme, currently used to promote the new season of Empire, which returns from hiatus later tonight (see below).
 

Diagnosis on Demand? The Computer Will See You Now

Channel: BBC Earth (DStv 184)
TX Time: 19h00
Genre: Documentary, Technology

Diagnosis on Demand? The Computer Will See You Now

Artificial Intelligence is starting to transform healthcare beyond recognition. The vision for tech companies is to get AI computers to diagnose diseases as well as a human doctor, which could ultimately result in accessible, more affordable, better healthcare for almost everyone.

In a world with a chronic shortage of doctors, but where even the very poor own mobile phones, it could be truly revolutionary. And in Britain, advances in AI are already radically changing how some of us see our GPs.

Dr Hannah Fry (pictured) uncovers the controversial inside story of this revolution in healthcare, with privileged behind-the-scenes access to tech companies leading the way in healthcare innovation.
 

My Extreme Excess Skin 2

Channel: Real Time (DStv 155)
TX Time: 20h00
Genre: Reality

My Extreme Excess Skin 2

Julie was overweight her whole life, but found herself morbidly obese after having four kids. She underwent gastric bypass surgery which jumpstarted her weight loss, but she is now hiding under pounds of excess skin, causing her to shy away from intimacy with her husband and not allowing her to fully bond with her children.

31-year old Andrew spent a year losing an amazing 230 of his almost 500 pounds through diet an exercise alone. But as much as he tried filling out his skin with muscles, he has been left with a "sack" of skin around his torso.

He dreams of being able to do outdoor activities with his wife and daughter without fear of people staring at his skin, and ultimately wants to have the physique to participate in a natural body-building competition.
 

Mysteries at the Museum 15

Channel: Travel Channel (DStv 179)
TX Time: 19h55
Genre: Reality

Mysteries at the Museum 15

Don Wildman is on a mission to find the strangest and most curious remnants of the past currently on display around America. Through interviews, archival footage and recreations, Don illuminates the hidden treasures at the heart of history's most incredible triumphs, sensational crimes and bizarre encounters.

This season, Don delves into the stories of a bizarre gift sent to the White House, a series of secretive skeletons found in closets, and an Italian chef who single-handedly saved the cheese industry from demise.

Who knows what else will be unearthed?
 

Empire 5 resumes

Channel: FOX (DStv 125 / StarSat 131)
TX Time: 19h55
Genre: Drama

Empire 5 resumes

Season 5 returns from hiatus with Episode 10, "My Fault is Past".

With the control of Empire within reach again, the Lyons must pull out all the stops to prove Lucious and Becky's innocence in the datamining scandal.

Meanwhile, Cookie struggles with Lucious' past and Jeff Kingsley's place in it, Jamal and Kai try to figure out where they stand and a mystery begins to unravel.

TVSA Show Page: Empire 5

 

Actors in this post: Taraji P. Henson

Shows in this post: Empire

Channels in this post: FOX Africa, BBC Earth, Real Time, Travel Channel



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