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02 April 2017


00:00 Ladies in Love - A young songwriter from Vermont travels to New York City to sell a song to a popular singer.
 
01:30 The Curious Adventures of Mr.Wonderbird - A chimney sweep and his beloved shepherdess are aided by Wonderbird in their escape from a ruthless dictator.

03:00
Freedom- The Last Destination - The Mavi Marmara is a passenger vessel of Free Gaza Movement set sailed to Gaza in May 2010 in order to provide humanitarian aid for the Gazan people living under illegal Israeli embargo. The Mavi Marmara, gathered almost 600 volunteers from 37 countries representing people of different background, ethnicity, race, language and age, was brutally assaulted by Israel on May 31. Israel killed 9 humanitarian aid flotilla on international waters. This documentary is intended to mark in the history by telling what happened on the Freedom Flotilla from the words of eyewitnesses.

04:30 Entanglement, Space-Time Wormholes, and the Brain - We present an extraordinary breakthrough from String theory that explains the “spooky action-at-a-distance” nature of quantum entanglement, and ties this long-distance phenomenon directly to space-time wormholes—tunnels through space. We also present cutting-edge evidence that consciousness originates deep within the physical realm—in quantum gravity and superstring theory (unified field theory). Some scientists (e.g., Penrose) have made the radical proposal that consciousness originates from Planck-scale mechanisms rooted in quantum gravity. We explicitly conform this hypothesis using remarkable new findings from String theory and M-theory—“Holographic Duality.” We also show how these core, Planck-scale mechanics of consciousness relate to brain-scale cognitive functioning—i.e., how Consciousness enters the brain. We explain the key difference between content-free consciousness (Samadhi) and waking consciousness (awareness of content), and provide the key to experiencing both Samadhi and permanent Samadhi—Enlightenment.
 
04:00 Modern Slaves - Slavery is reflected in destructive mind-control in its modern form. Being treated like animals, traditional slaves were consciously aware of their being enslaved, while modern slaves are not only unaware of their slavery but they also worship their slave-holders like an idol.

04:30 Entangling Conscious Agents - Scientific investigations of consciousness that seek its biological basis typically assume that objects in space-time—such as neurons—exist even if unperceived, and have causal powers. I evaluate this assumption, using evolutionary games and genetic algorithms that study perceptual evolution, and find that it is almost surely false. Our perceptions of space-time and objects are a species-specific adaptation, not an insight into objective reality. In consequence, I propose a formal theory of consciousness—the theory of “conscious agents”—that takes consciousness to be fundamental, rather than derivative from objects in space-time. I use the theory of conscious agents to solve the combination problem of consciousness, both for the combination of subjects and of experiences. I show that entanglement follows as a consequence of the combination of conscious subjects. I then discuss the relationship of these findings to the account of entanglement given by quantum-Bayesian interpretations of quantum theory.
 
05:30 What Is Entanglement Anyway? - Entanglement or non-separability is the core idea of quantum theory. It is a simple idea: the universe is not a bunch of independent parts, but is rather one entity that evolves through time as one entity. That's it. The problem is that this means there's no such thing as causation. This is very hard to wrap your head around. Quantum theory is extraordinarily accurate, and our knowing quantum theory is why we have things like cell phones and computers. But what is quantum theory, really? Why is entanglement its primary prediction? This talk will explain what quantum theory is. I will show that quantum theory has nothing to do with tiny particles, wave-function collapse, or Schroedinger's cat. Quantum theory is about how observers obtain information about the world. It is, in particular, about how observers who have memories and use language obtain information about the world. It is, in other words, about how you and I interact with perfectly ordinary things like tables and chairs and each other. You will leave this talk with a new understanding of quantum theory, and a new appreciation for entanglement.
 
06:30 Talking Point with Steven Taylor - Talking Point with Steven Taylor is a weekly Talk Show by media personality Steven who chats to celebrities about their life.

07:00 Cooking with Cam - Chef and Food Presenter Cameron Boyle shows us how to cook various dishes to excellence.
 
07:30 The SciShow: Kids - Whether conducting experiments, researching new questions, or talking with experts, there's always something new to discover with SciShow Kids, no matter what your age!
 
08:00 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.
 
08:30 Beyond Today - Long after Jesus’ Second Coming, Satan will incite armies to go up against the peaceful villages of Israel. Learn more!
 
09:00 Cape Gospel Vibes - Gospel music from the community
 
09:30 Music and the Spoken Word - A music program of inspiring messages and music produced by Bonneville Communications with music performed by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir
 
10:00 Masimbonge- Lets Praise Him - Religious sermon.
 
10:30 The Apostolic Prophetic Bible Ministry - Our aim is to acquaint this generation with the original teachings of God’s Word showing the difference between the original apostolic prophetic teachings taking into consideration the Old and the New Testament the four gospels the book of Acts the letters to the churches and individuals right to the book of Revelation.
 
11:00 Tomorrow's World Tomorrow's World programme inspires Christian viewers to live their lives according to Christian ideals and continue walking in their faith.
 
11:30      Lewende Woord Church Services - Nevil Norden from Lewende Woord Church in Brummeria, Pretoria, would like to challenge you: "Can a nation return to the Lord?" Your answer determines your involvement.

12:30  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.
 
13:30       Rod Suskin's World - The Rod Suskin show deals with the astrology of all the latest news and events, your personal questions, and also explains key spiritual and astrological concepts in a logical way that is sensible but still spiritual, easy to understand and easy to explain to your friends and clients - or just point them to this channel.

14:00       RT - Worlds Apart - Russia Today's documentaries give a varied and unique view on different aspects of life worldwide. They expose outdated myths and stereotypes, reveal intriguing history and geography, showcase varied wildlife and exquisite cuisines, introduce you to vibrant nightlife and curious customs. Original footage of historical events and sharp analysis of contemporary politics will give you a deeper understanding of what made history take this or that turn. RT's documentaries go beyond the bare facts, thoroughly investigating the issues and giving the viewer a chance to see below the surface.

14:30 Hear Me Speak- An inspirational talk show programme for all the young, families, educators and policy makers with significant relevance to everyday lives discussing issues like human / sex trafficking, music, hiv/aids, relationships, fgm, gender, polygamy role models, ambition, sexual orinetation, racism, cultism/gangs, fame, traditons/cultures & many, many more.
 
15:00 Rainbow Cruise - A Exciting magazine show for your pleasure, so be sure not to miss out.
 
15:30 Kaapse Gospel - Kaapse Gospel is a TV music show, it is creating a platform and exposure for gospel artist, musicians and choirs in the Cape.
 
16:30 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.
 
17:30      Sowing and Reaping - Did you know your harvest is protected by your tithe? Join Gloria Copeland and Pastor George Pearsons today as they reveal more about the connection between sowing and reaping.
 
18:00 Workers World - Workers World focus on workers issues in the workplace and related labour issues.
 
19:00 Arduino- The Documentary - 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. See who are behind the wonder. See the people that sell it. Learn about it. Shot in New York, Madrid and Gijon.
 
19:30 Our City  - Our City: Matters is a show that tackles political,social,economic and environmental issues pertinent to the Western.
 
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 World in the Balance: China Rise Up - The world is a common name for the whole of human civilization, or for the planet Earth and all life upon it. In terms such as world map and world climate, world is used in the sense detached from human culture or civilization, referring to the planet Earth physically. In a philosophical context the term may refer to the whole of the physical Universe, or an ontological world, described by Martin Heidegger as world disclosure.
 
22:00 Between the Lines  - A weekly talk show which include politicians, academics, journalists, jurists and others who have a demonstrated ability to communicate important developments and ideas effectively to the South African public.
 
22:30 Creatures of Light - On a summer’s night, there’s nothing more magic than watching the soft glow of fireflies switching on and off. Few other life forms on land can light up the night, but in the dark depths of the oceans, it’s a different story: nearly 90% of all species shine from within. Whether it’s to scare off predators, fish for prey, or lure a mate, the language of light is everywhere in the ocean depths, and scientists are finally starting to decode it. NOVA and National Geographic take a dazzling dive to this hidden undersea world where most creatures flash, sparkle, shimmer, or simply glow. Join deep sea scientists who investigate these stunning displays and discover surprising ways to harness nature’s light—from tracking cancer cells to detecting pollution, lighting up cities, and even illuminating the inner workings of our brains.

23:30 The Internet Must Go - The docufiction short centers on John Wooley, a (fictional) market researcher who "has been dispatched to help the big Internet service providers sell their vision of a faster, cleaner Internet".[4] He embarks on the journey, believing he's doing something great and important. Over the course of his journey he interviews several people (notably non-fictional people whose business depends on net neutrality), who one by one help him to understand why his mission is misguided. Then he ventures to North Carolina where he interacts with (non-fictional) people who, stifled by a lack of broadband altogether, have attempted to build community broadband.[11] However, he finds that North Carolina now has barriers to building community broadband. While he interacts with those people, he ultimately has a change of heart, and decides to "leak" his research publicly to the internet, in favour of net neutrality.