Facts, history, and mysteries on DStv, 17-23 September

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From storm chasers, to lost relics to sunken ships, DStv’s factual series are action-packed this week

Facts, history, and mysteries on DStv, 17-23 September

It’s an epic new week on DStv full of factual entertainment that will fill viewers’ think tanks to the brim with awesome facts and knowledge.

Estonia takes new technology down to the site of the MS Estonia, which sunk in 1994, in an attempt to clear up some controversy in the accounts of how and why it went down. Mystery hunters have more action in store as Detective Joe Kenda returns with a new true crime series, American Detective With Lt Joe Kenda, and a new season of Lost Relic Hunters will make you want to be your own version of Indian Jones. Still looking for adventure? Expect spectacular visuals and science in a new season of Storm Rising on National Geographic (DStv channel 181).

The 9/11 doccies continue with Revealed: The Hunt For Bin Laden airing on History (DStv channel 186), featuring high-ranking American officials talking about their role in capturing an international terrorist.

And four-part documentary The Vikings takes us inside history.

Looking for more factual entertainment? Get snack-sized info on DStv’s biggest shows, check out #OhSnack on the DStv YouTube Channel.

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