Moon Landing Live
BBC Earth (DStv 184)
July 1969. America made history and sent the first humans to the moon.
Two documentaries retell this extraordinary moment in history and allow you to experience the moon landing, live in your living rooms.
Episode 1 relives the drama of the launch, while Episode 2 focuses on the nail-biting landing.
Moon Landing also reveals how close the mission came to failing: Neil Armstrong was forced to take over manual control, and landed with just 30 seconds of fuel to spare.
NASA footage and international broadcasts from the time bring history bursting back into life.
Man vs Shark
Nat Geo Wild (DStv 182 / StarSat 221)
One man. One shark. No cages.
That's been Jeremiah Sullivan's lifelong mission for mankind since first jumping in the water with the oceans most infamous predators 50 years ago.
The picture above is of him, testing out his new "shark-bite-proof" suit, which clearly works since he still has his arm. It takes all kinds, really.