Weekend Witness - - Racing -

TWENTY sea­sons down the line, and as riv­et­ing as ever is the around-theworld travel show The Amaz­ing Race, which can be seen on Sony En­ter­tain­ment Tele­vi­sion (DStv chan­nel 127) at 7.35 pm to­mor­row night (March 31). Eleven teams, con­sist­ing of two mem­bers, start from Cal­i­for­nia and trek 65 000 km to the grand prize. As al­ways, the teams are made up of eclec­tic and colour­ful characters, in­clud­ing a former Big Brother con­tes­tant, mar­ried cir­cus clowns, a Ma­jor League soc­cer player, a pro­fes­sional golfer, twins and a com­bat pi­lot. Other high­lights this week­end: • Beauty and the Beast – M-Net, to­day at 7.30 pm: When Cather­ine Chan­dler ( Kristin Kreuk, Smal­lville) was a teenager, she was saved from the men who killed her mother. Years later, she meets the man who saved her, Vin­cent Keller (Jay Ryan, Terra Nova) — and he has a ter­ri­fy­ing se­cret. • Ad­ven­tures of Mer­lin – M-Net Se­ries (DStv chan­nel 114), to­day at 8.30 pm: In sea­son five, Camelot is at the height of its golden age. With Queen Guinev- ere and the Knights of the Round Ta­ble at his side, Arthur has never felt stronger. But when the forces of fate cast a shadow over Camelot, Arthur must face his dark­est fears. • Strictly Come Danc­ing – BBC En­ter­tain­ment (DStv chan­nel 120), 8 pm and 10 pm to­mor­row: Sir Bruce Forsyth and his co-host Tess Daly present the sparkling semi-fi­nal of the ever-pop­u­lar celebrity danc­ing com­pe­ti­tion. The celebrity con­tes­tants and their pro­fes­sional part­ners will have to per­form a ball­room or a Latin-Amer­i­can dance.

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