Thu 02 Nov 2017, 10:34
It's happening guys, the year is coming to an end. And yeah, November looks like a pretty decent month - such that it calls for something special like a shot of tequila (if that's your thing) or thrilling documentaries on DStv.
Motive to Murder
What better way to kick off November than watch this new documentary Motive to Murder. Based on true stories, this show takes a psychological look into some of the real-life murder cases that have made headlines around the world: from crimes of passion and serial killers, to opportunistic slayings and mass shootings. Tune in from Friday 3 November at 20:50 CAT on Crime & Investigation, and lock in your Fridays after that.
Bill Cosby: An American Scandal
For a man who was so loved by many, Bill Cosby's scandal shook Hollywood and the whole world. Now it comes alive once again in this chilling documentary Bill Cosby: An American Scandal, which investigates the shocking embarrassment that is now Bill's life, also featuring exclusive interviews and insider details and the headlines from Cosby's past. Tune in to the premiere on Tuesday 7 November at 23:00 CAT on IDx (171).
For food lovers out there, your palate is about to get even richer. Join British chef Michel Roux on his adventurous cuisine quest as he explores Britain's hidden restaurants to learn their secrets and the ingredients behind their successes. From each he takes the inspiration to create a dish – start, main and pudding; creating a unique three course menu that he serves at the end of the programme to a crowd of locals who have booked into his summer long hidden Oast House restaurant. Tune in from Thursday 9 November at 20:00 on BBC Lifestyle (174) or stream it live on DStv Now.
I am Bolt
At only 31, Usain Bolt has achieved immeasurable success making him a legend of our time. He may be recently retired but this megastar is not going away anytime soon - his legacy is now documented in I Am Bolt, a biographical sports film that has received immense praise and features other great athletes like Neymar, Serena Williams, Pele, Asafa Powell, Yohane Blake among other notable personalities. You will never find a more star-studded cast; tune in to I Am Bolt on Saturday 11 November at 21:00 on BBC Brit (120). Stream I Am Bolt on DStv Now.
How To Adventure
What would you do if you were given a chance to travel the world? Okay, now you can with some help from world-renowned explorer and adventurer Riaan Manser. In this travel documentary series, Riaan is joined by celebrities as he takes us all on a journey across Africa - to the most extraordinary locations, some you've never even heard of. Tune in from Tuesday, 14 November at 21:00 CAT on Discovery Channel.
Patti Labelle’s Place
Award-winning artist Patti LaBelle gave us timeless hits like Lady Marmalade but did you know that she is also a star in the kitchen? Her cooking is so good that in 2015, her sweet potato pies sold out across America after a YouTube vlogger talked about it on his channel. Now you get to join her in the kitchen as she whips up something delicious in Patti LaBelle's Place. Catch it from Thursday 16 November at 20:00 CAT on Food Network (175).
Killer Women with Piers Morgan
This Twitter-happy, Arsenal-loving journalist meets and interviews women convicted of murder to find out what drove them to take such drastic steps. Catch Killer Women with Piers Morgan starting Friday 17 November at 21:00 on BBC Brit (120). Also stream Killer Women with Piers Morgan on DStv Now.
America has had its fair share of controversial court cases - the people v O.J. Simpson, the people v George Zimmerman, the people v Michael Jackson. Now you get to witness as the original jurors recount their experiences of America’s most controversial verdicts. This insightful true crime series re-examines infamous criminal trials. Tune in to the premiere on Thursday 23 November at 20:00 CAT on M-Net (102) or stream it on DStv Now.