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18 September 2017

00:00 Hype it Up! - Your guide to everything in entertainment.
 
01:00 Making A Killing - The film looks into gun tragedies that include unintentional shootings, domestic violence, suicides, mass shootings and trafficking - and what we can do to put an end to this profit-driven crisis.
 
03:00 Cape Rugby - Local personality JP Naude engages his panel of rugby experts weekly to look at WP Club Rugby, including interviews and highlights, logs results and fixtures.

04:00 Arduino  - Arduino the documentary is a look at the story of the open-source hardware board that now artists, engineers, students use to build many things.

04:30 Vigilance: The Heart of Buddhism - Evening talk in Winnipeg on the essence of Buddhist practice, 'appamāda' or 'vigilance'.

05:30 NACTV - Music is an integral part of worship and life in the New Apostolic church where members participate in church music activities through singing and playing of instruments. The NACTV hour on Cape TV is a selection from traditional church music and large sacred works to secular classical and contemporary music. Join Tracey Lange every Sunday evening for the best the New Apostolic church has to offer.
 
06:30 The Faith Show - An inspiring daily sermon.
 
07:00 Hype it Up! - Your guide to everything in entertainment.
 
08:00 A Walk with Mel -   A Walk with Mel is a mini series that covers interviews with Entertainers in Cape Town South Africa, it ranges from Interviews with Dancers, MC's, DJ's, Graffiti Artists, Actors etc.
 
08:30 Rainbow Cruise -   A Exciting magazine show for your pleasure, so be sure not to miss out.
 
09:00 Eat Well Be Happy - Debra Stark of Debra's Natural Gourmet prepares three healthy and delicious soup recipes with a tossed green salad.
 
09:30 The Garage - The premise of the show is to teach woodworking to the viewer, and to make it accessible economically, and technically.
 
10:00      Plain Talks - A Talk show Introduced for Ordinary People from Mitchell's Plain, sharing in their struggles & successes among the all round Poverty and Violence.
 
10:30      The Faizal Sayed Show - A weekly Talk Show by host Faizal Sayed, discussing a variety of matters with guest.
 
11:00 Philipi TV Hour  - Your essential guide to everything the Philipi community has to offer.

12:00 Al Jazeera International News - The Award-winning international news and documentaries channel. With over 70 bureaus in six continents, the channel is increasingly being recognized as the leader in global current affairs for today's global village.
 
13:00      Democracy Now - Independent, award-winning news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez
 
14:00 China Hour - CHINA HOUR is a lifestyle magazine show that tackles various topics on South African-Chinese lifestyle. It features people, events, sports, fashion, food and other interesting items that cater not only to Chinese viewers but to the rest of diverse South Africa and Chinese Culture enthusiasts as well.
 
15:00 Raggs - Raggs is a live action and animated musical preschool television series. It's a rock n’ roll story of five canine characters and their wisecracking pet cat.

15:30 Kids in The Kitchen
- What can we do together in the fight against childhood obesity? Let’s start by involving kids and their parents in a hands-on environment that actually focuses on preparing healthy foods.
 
16:00 Ek Se - EKSE is Cape Town TV's kwaai and funky new youth show, it's TV made for you by content provided by you! Dit het iets vir almal. Made up of a variety of interviews, music videos, short films, location inserts en nog baie! Tune into EKSE, weekdays from 16:00 to 17:00 only on CTV.
 
17:00 The Garage - The premise of the show is to teach woodworking to the viewer, and to make it accessible economically, and technically.
 
17:30 The Faith Show - An inspiring daily sermon.
  
18:00 Our City - This genre-defying programme is a unique blend community news (civic journalism), arts, culture & events coverage, documentary inserts and social activism delivered through studio-based conversations, live outside broadcasts and electronic news gathering.
 
18:30 TED - TED is a non-profit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. It started out in 1984 as a conference bringing together people from three worlds: Technology, Entertainment, Design. Since then its scope has become ever broader.
 
19:00 Mind Your Language - Barry Evans plays a put-upon language teacher who tries to make a living by teaching English to immigrants.
 
19:30 Earth Frontline - We confront the effects of human presence on our environment, looking at the crises which we face from issues like climate change, fracking & water scarcity.
 
20:00 Al Jazeera International News - The Award-winning international news and documentaries channel. With over 70 bureaus in six continents, the channel is increasingly being recognized as the leader in global current affairs for today's global village.
 
21:00      Albert Einstein: How I See the World - Documentary on physicist Albert Einstein which chronicles the experiences that led him to become a great advocate for world peace.
 
22:00      My Skin Could Kill Me - Powerful documentary following four remarkable girls suffering from the life-threatening and incurable genetic skin condition known as Harlequin Ichthyosis.

23:00      Britain's Sex Gangs - Journalist Tazeen Ahmad investigates street grooming and hears from community leaders who say enough is enough and demand action on the issue.
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