Discovery Channel open to more DStv subscribers this month

The documentary 'Why We Hate' will premiere this Sunday on Discovery (DStv 121). (Photo supplied: DStv)
The documentary 'Why We Hate' will premiere this Sunday on Discovery (DStv 121). (Photo supplied: DStv)

Cape Town – DStv Compact and Compact Plus subscribers are in for a big treat this month as Discovery Channel (DStv 121) has an open window allowing them to access the channel.

The open window for the premium channel will run from Friday, 11 October until Sunday, 17 November.

According to a statement released by the company customers on other packages will enjoy content such as Gold Rush and Street Outlaws, and an special premiere of the Alex Gibney and Steven Spielberg series, Why We Hate, which premieres on Sunday, 13 October at 22:00.

The six-part series examines how hate has shaped our history.

Through interviews with journalists, historians and cutting-edge researchers in the fields of psychology, biology and neuroscience, the series aims to identify this vicious sentiment in our daily lives and how we can go about stopping its effects from spreading.


(Click here to watch it on Facebook)

"We believe that the success of Discovery Channel is due to the variety of programming offered, combining real-life entertainment content that speaks to both younger and older audiences. We are thrilled that more of our viewers on DStv will be able to watch our landmark documentary series Why We Hate amongst our other flagship shows on air this month" said Henry Windridge, Head of Brand for the Middle East and Africa.

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Compiled by Leandra Engelbrecht. 



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