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India's Glam Diva:BIG CBS Love, Sunday, 8 p.m.
India's Glam Diva:BIG CBS Love, Sunday, 8 p.m.

(TLC, Monday, 8 p.m.)

Experience and enjoy new cultures, exotic places and get to meet different people in this programme.

Join host Ian Wright who tries to find out what it is like to be in a foreign country, by meeting people who share their experiences as residents of that particular country.

In each episode, Ian meets a family, group or an institution.

Dual Survival

(Discovery Channel, Saturday, 10 p.m.)

Meet two adventure loving travellers, Dave Canterbury and Cody Lundin, as they take on some of the most unforgiving terrains on the planet to demonstrate in their own way how the right skills and creative thinking can keep one alive.

Man, Woman, Wild

(Discovery Channel, Sunday, 9 p.m.)

This new season throws tougher challenges to survival expert Mykel Hawke and his TV journalist wife Ruth. The couple braves raging forest fires, find their way out from the Amazon's flooded jungles, face off against black bears and put their marriage to the ultimate test. Will they survive?

India: Wild Encounters

(Animal Planet, Sunday, 8 p.m.)

In this 52-week special line-up, get an uncensored tour of the untamed jungles of India. Enjoy an exclusive series of never-seen-before wild encounters and witness the enthralling and complex wild side of India.

India's Glam Diva

(BIG CBS Love, Sunday, 8 p.m.)

The final two contenders for India's Most Glamorous Diva title are the fiery Vidya Balan and the classy Priyanka Chopra. While Vidya is riding high on the success on The Dirty Picture and Kahaani, Priyanka has proved that she can punch villains with gusto in Don 2. The winner will be selected on the basis of public voting and the opinion of a jury comprising fashion designer-social activist Shaina NC, dancer-choreographer Shiamak Davar and film critic Rajeev Masand. Watch it!


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