The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards
1Magic (DStv 103)
03h00 (live) and 20h30
The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards ceremony will be held at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles.
It will recognise the best recordings, compositions and artists of the eligibility year, running from 1 September, 2019, to 31 August, 2020.
Trevor Noah will host the ceremony this year.
Beyoncé received the most nominations with nine, followed by Lipa, Roddy Ricch and Taylor Swift with six each.
Moonchild Sanelly Woza
MTV (DStv 130)
A show with the exclusive VIP pass into the crazy world of musician and fashion guru in the making, Moonchild Sanelly.
The 10-part series will reveal the real person behind the star's larger than life persona.
Get to see her as a mother, girlfriend, artist and creative as she takes us on a personal journey of how she got to where she is today.
The show will give an intimate look into the life of Sanelly as she pursues her business interests and growing music career all the while navigating personal, romantic and family relationships.
Sanelly won't hold back on the show as we see her explore her sexuality and romantic life.
She reveals the business side behind her music and we meet the team who are supporting her to realise her global dream.
As a single mom, Sanelly will share how she navigates motherhood as her child's sole provider.
Nigella: Cook, Eat, Repeat
BBC Lifestyle (DStv 174)
In this series Nigella will share the rhythms and rituals of her kitchen through a multitude of delicious new recipes that make the most of her favourite ingredients.
Nigella gets to the heart of how food is woven into our everyday lives and the connection it provides.
Along the way, she'll offer up mouth-watering dishes that range from the indulgent chocolate peanut butter cake, to the rich luxurious crab mac'n'cheese, and the life-affirming fear free fish stew - all beautifully shot to bring a weekly serving of comfort and cheer into our lives.
During the series, Nigella will spend time explaining where she finds inspiration for her recipes, from delving into her collection of vintage cookbooks to exchanges of ideas on social media.
In the series premiere: Nigella starts with her take on the bhorta, a dish of fried and mashed vegetables favoured in the Indian subcontinent, to which she introduces a very British - but very familiar - ingredient.
The surprises don't stop there.
After creating a warm, spicy and aromatic dish of lamb shanks with wide noodles, Nigella turns her attention to very ripe bananas, which she uses to make a gloriously rich and gooey chocolate tahini pudding.
She then goes on to create a warming curry with a surprising ingredient.
Curiosity Channel (DStv 185)
Documentary, Science, Technology
What role will the moon play in man's next attempts to conquer space?
Chapter 1: A Matter of Gravity
Where and how are we going into space post Space Shuttle?
Further travel in space is inhibited by the challenges of gravity wells and the science and cost of developing vehicles that can transcend them.
How can the moon possibly help with this problem and move space exploration to the next level?
Chapter 2: Water - The Big Question
Right now, we know there is water on the Moon. But how much water? Is water largely at the poles?
These are strategic knowledge gaps that scientists are working to fill in, and a resource prospector robot will be launched to the moon in the 2020s to look for the presence of water.
Chapter 3: From Outpost to Colony
The US efforts to colonise the Moon will follow the lunar exploration roadmap, laid out with events taking place over decades. Other countries have plans as well.
How will robots be deployed to work on the Moon? At what stage will people inhabit the environment? What minerals will be harvested?
Chapter 4: Surviving... and Thriving?
Lunar days are about 14 Earth days long, and when night comes, temperatures plummet.
But there are other issues to deal with as well.
For instance, how can we overcome the moon's lack of atmosphere, difficult terrain with abrasive particles, and the effects of cosmic background radiation?
Midsomer Murders 14
BBC Brit (DStv 120)
Drama, Police Procedural
Barnaby and Jones fight more crime in the beautiful but deadly villages and valleys of Midsomer, in four new episodes of Midsomer Murders.
New age druids, spring fayres, a nunnery and a bird-watching society are the unusual backdrops for murder and mayhem as the peaceful countryside once again becomes disrupted by chaos and police investigation.
Neil Dudgeon returns as DCI John Barnaby with Jason Hughes as DS Ben Jones.
Tamzin Malleson (Teachers, Bodies) joins the cast as no-nonsense new pathologist Dr Kate Wilding, with Fiona Dolman as Barnaby's wife, Sarah, the head teacher at Causton Comprehensive School.
In the Season 14 premiere, "Death in the Slow Lane": New DCI John Barnaby arrives in Midsomer and is bemused by the quaint villages and their quirky residents.
But when a local DJ is crushed to death at a traditional girls' boarding school, he soon discovers that murder and deception are never far away.
As the death toll rises, could Barnaby's first case also be his last?
The Lost Pirate Kingdom
Netflix South Africa
10h00 (all episodes)
Docu-Drama, Documentary Series, History
The real-life pirates of the Caribbean violently plunder the world's riches and form a surprisingly egalitarian republic in this documentary series.
Filthy House SOS
Lifetime (DStv 131)
Cleaning duo Jon and Brennan are staying over at some of Britain's filthiest and most cluttered homes to teach the homeowners how it should be done.
Believing they can transform any house or flat in just three days, these cleaners are going to sleep where they work to bring the grubbiest and grimiest homes back to life.
With clutter, filth, insects and other shocking discoveries to battle, Jon and Brennan hope that restoring order and hygiene to out of control properties can help turn around the lives of the desperate people who live there.
It's an SOS mission to give homeowners a fresh start on cleaning and to equip them with the tools needed to keep up a tidy home... but it's not going to be easy.
Dr. K's Exotic Animal ER 7
Nat Geo Wild (DStv 182 / StarSat 221)
On Dr. K's Exotic Animal ER, the cases and cures are as wild and unexpected as the animals that come through the door.
Dr. Susan Kelleher owns and operates one of the busiest exotic animal care practices in South Florida.
Along with her skilled and dedicated staff, she treats a dynamic array of patients ranging from goats to monkeys, birds, rabbits, pigs, fish and every imaginable animal in between.
On the Season 7 premiere, "Monkey See, Monkey Boo-Boo": Xenon, an eight-month-old fennec fox, is not able to put any weight on her swollen front leg and Dr. T suspects Xenon has a broken wrist.
Jack, a 15-year-old blue and gold macaw, broke his femur after a fall at home.
Monkey, the two-and-a-half-year-old bush baby, is new to his family and has been self-mutilating his tail and needs Dr. K's help.
Marshmallow, a one-year old dwarf hamster, is the smallest patient of the day, having trouble breathing.
Donal's Super Food in Minutes
BBC Lifestyle (DStv 174)
Donal Skehan is the thinking chef's chef and in this series he shows us how to create quick, easy, delicious meals inspired by global cuisine and bursting with flavour.
Admired by renowned chefs like Nigella Lawson and Jamie Oliver for his creative, innovative approach to cooking, Donal focuses on everyday cooking, using 10 ingredients or less and never spending more than 30 minutes on a meal.
With an emphasis on ease, health and flavour he uses pared-back kitchen skills and utensils and focuses on real-life cooking.
From one-pan suppers to superfood twists on takeaway classics, and even challenging himself to make something tasty in five minutes or less in each episode, this is a cooking show for people with real kitchens and real lives.
Curiosity Channel (DStv 185)
Nature, Documentary Series
Through micro, infrared and slow-motion photography, get an insight into the way plants move, strategize and even talk to each other.
Episode 1: Colonizing Plants
Plants survive and thrive by using different skills than humans.
Take a look at how they adapt to their environments, co-opt insects to help them out and manage to survive in extreme climates and terrain.
Episode 2: Talking Plants
Plants are able to communicate with each other in ways we are only now beginning to understand.
Some plants can differentiate between roots of their "family" and roots of other kinds of plants when they touch underground.
See how plants "talk" to each other and find out what they talk about.
Episode 3: Power of Plants
How have some plants managed to live 5000 years?
They are masters of photosynthesis and have survived on trips into space. In fact, there are now "plantimals".
Perhaps it is time we learned more from plants about our world and how to live in it as partners.