Year in the Wild

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Botswana's Wild Kingdom: Makgadikgadi: Animal Planet, Saturday, 10 p.m.
Botswana's Wild Kingdom: Makgadikgadi: Animal Planet, Saturday, 10 p.m.

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

The programme features the story of some of the greatest wildlife events taking place in our planet through the course of a year.

Each episode showcases incredible natural spectacles of unparalleled proportions alongside individual tales and the fate of distinct characters.

It is a rollercoaster ride of stories, captured in stunning high definition and skilfully put together to paint a colourful and exciting portrait of life on planet earth. Select locations and characters are visited throughout the year, threading a personal story through the entire series to represent the passage of time.

River Monster

(Animal Planet, Monday, 9 p.m.)

Biologist Jeremy Wade travels across the world to solve these freshwater mysteries, debunk myths, and track down harrowing tales. Join Jeremy in Alaska and explore his face-to-face encounters with mysterious, flesh-eating predators, gargantuan fish and other river monsters.

Criminal Minds

(STAR World, weekdays, 10 p.m.)

The series is about a team of FBI Behavioural Analysis Unit (BAU), an elite group of profilers, who analyse the nation's most dangerous criminal minds in an effort to anticipate their next step before they strike again. In this week's episode, the BAU hunts a stalker in San Diego who targets college students with the help of a local police officer. Meanwhile, the team comes under Strauss' scrutiny in the wake of the loss of Prentiss.


(STAR World, Saturdays, 9 p.m.)

When an orphaned girl comes to Terranova seeking asylum, Jim and Shannon are at odds if they can trust her. Elsewhere, Mira plots to reclaim a valued possession. Taylor begins to suspect there is a traitor in his midst and Reynolds admits his feelings for Maddy.



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