DStv’s School of Laughter is where the fun is at this week!
The more scientists study the human genome, the more extraordinary it appears, telling an immensely long and complicated history. Yet that’s just the blueprint. Searching For The Superhuman on Da Vinci (DStv channel 318) takes a look at the unlocked potential that could be the answer to stop aging, prevent disease and unleash the ultimate human experience.
In TheWishmas Tree on M-Net (DStv channel 101), we get a taste of Christmas again. Every year in the land of magic, this magical tree grows from a magical seed. Animals come from all over the world to write their wishes on brightly coloured leaves and place them high among the branches of the Wishmas tree.
Besties, Corn & Peg return to Nicktoons (DStv channel 308) for another lovely season. Corn, a Pegasus, is a natural born doer and willed herself to have a sunny disposition. Her best friend, Peg the unicorn, suffered an innocence lost to a precarious childhood. Yet their friendship has outlasted an orphanage, the foster care system, and even life itself. Corn & Peg has seen it all and they face any challenge together.
Classic John-Legend look alike, Arthur, is one of the most popular cartoons on PBS Kids (DStv channel 133). The series is based on a best-selling series of children's books about Arthur Reed, a curious 8-year-old who deals with life through humour.
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Searching For The Superhuman
There are 100 trillion bacteria in the human gut alone, only 10% (read: 1 trillion) of which have been identified. The microbiome is one of humanity’s biggest scientific breakthroughs of recent years. It has thrown open a whole new frontier of investigation and research into dysfunction and disease on the most microscopic scale – but with profound implications for mental and physical health.
Sunday, 7 March on Da Vinci (DStv Channel 318) at 22:00
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