Factual Highlights on DStv Compact Plus in October

Highlights

True crime, spooky stories with William Shatner & Lance Reddick, and more on DStv Compact Plus this October

Factual Highlights on DStv Compact Plus in October

Do you feel something walking over your grave? It could be one of the eerie new true-crime series coming to DStv Compact this October. Botched star Dr. Terry Dubrow brings us tales of doctors who kill, while former prosecutor Nancy Grace puts her own spin on crime. From killer siblings, to Scottish slaughter, these seven series will give fans something to stay up with at night.

If you like it spooky but don’t fancy the blood, William Shatner is back with more tales of the UnXplained, Lance Reddick returns to read another page from America’s Book of Secrets, and Curiosity Channel’s (DStv channel 185) The Beasts of Halloween looks at animals in a different light.

If by now you need the light on, DStv Compact Plus has something special. Aside from three new WWI and WWII documentaries, there’s a different perspective on the UK in armed conflict in Al Murray: Why Do The English Win Every War? 

And to whisk you away from it all, we have two very different travel men: Richard Ayoade and Riaan Manser. There’s a look at life aboard the ISS that was actually filmed by astronauts, and Gordon Ramsay is here to bring us all back to earth with his Ultimate Cookery Course.

Happy viewing!

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