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Nature’s Keepers

Discovery HD World, Sunday, 9 p.m.

From East Africa’s savannahs to Alska’s tundra, Eart is a gigantic trove of self sustaining treasures. But these natural wonders are under siege and in desperate need of protection. Nature’s Keepers takes its viewers on an exhilarating journey across five continents to Earth’s last paradises. Witness these spectacular landscapes and meet the passionate individuals who have dedicated their lives to the preservation of ecosystems that are under threat.

Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows

HBO, Sunday, 9 p.m.

A criminal mastermind without a conscience, Professor Moriarty is Holmes’ worst nightmare — a man who uses his incredible intellect for evil purposes. When the crown prince of Austria dies and Inspector Lestrade rules the death a suicide, Holmes steps back to see the big picture. But little does Holmes realise that Professor Moriarty is about to commit a crime that will shock the entire world, and that solving it may be the death of him. Starring Robert Downey Jr., Jude Law and Jared Harris.

Wildest Africa

Animal Planet, Tuesday, 8 p.m.

Wildest Africa is a celebration of Africa’s most spectacular locations, showcasing the full African experience. The show jouneys from the cradle of human civilisation to the most awe-inspiring natural wonders of the world by going on safari to see the continent’s Big Five . Wildest Africa discovers their secret locations, their cultural and wildlife issues, as well as how the natural wonders they live in are being threatened and what is being done to overcome these environmental pressures.

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