TV highlights: September 26 – October 2

2010-09-25 10:26

Sunday, 26 September 2010

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

Harry begins to learn more about Lord Voldemort’s dark past in the sixth Potter film. Only for the fans, ­luckily there are one or two.


The citizens of London must grapple with one of the greatest environmental crises in British history, and the possible obliteration of the city itself. Starring ­Robert Carlyle.

Monday, 27 September 2010

Survivor: Micronesia

It’s the final! Hopefully this time around the guy that presses play at the SABC does so in the correct order.

Cleared for Disaster
National Geographic

US Air Flight #1493 is on its final approach ... the pilots configure for landing, but within seconds of touching down, the aircraft erupts in flames ...What happened?

Tuesday, 28 September 2010


Returning for a new season; Nancy must run after Pilar’s death but not everyone is keen to give up everything and live as a nomad. What will Nancy do?

So You Think You Can  Dance

America is searching for the next best dancer, as they go to major states looking for a pop-locking, ballet dancing, toe-kicking dancer.

wednesday, 29 September 2010

Ty’s Great British ­Adventure
BBC Lifestyle

US TV star Ty Pennington returns to England and this time around he visits Portheads, a community that is rallying against the closing down of their pool.

Late night news with Loyiso
8pm continues to sizzle with its new local line up. This time around, comedian Loyiso Gola is in the hot seat as host of this satirical talk show. We can’t wait!

Thursday, 30 September 2010

Post Impact

When a comet unexpectedly crashes into the Earth, it triggers a series of natural disasters and plunges most of the Northern Hemisphere into a new Ice Age, kind of like the animated film but not as fun.

Match Point

A former tennis pro falls for a femme-fatal type who ­happens to be dating his friend and soon-to-be brother-in-law. It’s incestuous to the extreme.

Friday, 1 October 2010

Anger Management

Adam Sandler co-stars with Jack Nicholson as a businessman who is wrongfully sentenced to anger management classes with a somewhat controversial coach.


You know you love this stuff! The often hilarious, slapstick slice of American Pie has viewers tuning in every week as contestants make their way through a ridiculous maize.

Saturday, 2 October 2010

Real Goboza

Catch the all new Real Goboza with none other than Phat Joe, as he makes a return to the small screen ... hopefully with no Caster Semenya jokes this time, Joe?

Last Holiday

Queen Latifah stars in this feel-good comedy; playing a terminally ill woman who decides to give it all up and take her last holiday in ­Europe where she learns a few things about herself.

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