Strictly Come Dancing 17
BBC Brit (DStv 120)
To kick off the new season, Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman hosted an exclusive UK premiere and rolled out the red carpet to welcome the celebrity class of 2019.
The pairings this year are:
Veteran broadcaster Anneka Rice and Kevin Clifton
Former England Lionesses' football captain Alex Scott and Neil Jones
Soapie actress Catherine Tyldesley and SA pro Johannes Radebe
Comedian Chris Ramsey and Karen Hauer
BBC Radio 1 presenter Dev Griffin and Dianne Buswell
Former England goalkeeper David James and Nadiya Bychkova
EastEnders soapie actress Emma Barton and Anton Du Beke
Viscountess Emma Weymouth and Aljaz Skorjanec
Olympian gold medallist rower James Cracknell and Luba Mushtuk
Soapie actor Kelvin Fletcher and SA pro Oti Mabuse
CBBC children's presenter Karim Zeroual and Amy Dowden
RuPaul judge Michelle Visage and Giovanni Pernice
BBC sports presenter Mike Bushell and Katya Jones
Social media star Saffron Barker and AJ Pritchard
Paralympian Will Bayley and Janette Manrara
Judges Bruno Tonioli, Craig Revel Horwood and Shirley Ballas return to the panel and will be casting their expert judgement every week.
This year, they will be joined by new judge Motsi Mabuse, originally from Pretoria, who has been a judge on the German version of the show since 2011.
How We Got to Now with Steven Johnson
Da Vinci Learning (StarSat 308)
Documentary Series, History, Science, Technology
Innovation expert Steven Johnson charts the twists and turns of history, science, business and technology that have brought us to where we are today.
With a blend of location filming, imaginative graphics and stylish action sequences, the series untangles the web of ideas that made each of our 'modern miracles' possible.
Discover just how big a role sound has played in the world of medicine, how one man deliberately poisoned the water supply of 200,000 people but transformed the way we live today, and how the invention of the mirror gave rise to the greatest cultural movement of our time, the Renaissance.
Revealing the intense rivalries, astounding fortunes made and lost, terrible disappointments and moments of heroic achievement, it tells the stories of the unlikely people whose passion for problem-solving led to astonishing practical solutions and inventions that changed the world.
kykNET & kie (DStv 145)
Documentary, Wildlife, Afrikaans
Afrikaans version of the award-winning documentary on the rhino poaching crisis featuring interviews with rangers, prosecutors, vets, orphan rehabilitators, activists, private rhino owners, forensic and police investigators.
Wildlife television presenter Bonné de Bod and filmmaker Susan Scott sold their homes, left their jobs, moved in with their mothers and gave up three years of their lives to make this film.
What started out as a six-month documentary film on the crisis turned into a passion project for the two award-winning filmmakers.
In addition to ploughing their own financial resources into the film, the two received grants and public funding to make the film.
Winning 23 awards and officially selected for 30 film festivals, this acclaimed film takes you on a rollercoaster ride between Africa and Asia.
These first time filmmakers embed themselves on the front-lines of the rhino poaching crisis where they are given exclusive access to the war unfolding.
Carving out six months for the project, the two women quickly find themselves immersed in a world far larger and more dangerous than they had imagined, only emerging from their odyssey four years later.
Tiny House Nation: Volume 2
Netflix South Africa
10h00 (all episodes)
Lifestyle, Reality Makeover, Reality
Tiny House Nation follows host John Weisbarth and renovation expert and tiny home innovative designer Zack Giffin as they travel across America showing off ingenious small spaces and the people who live in them.
Along the way, they help families design and construct their own mini dream homes, each no larger than 500 square feet.
From budget friendly to pricey, Tiny House Nation is not your typical design show, but one that proves size doesn't always matter - it's creativity that counts.