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VOICE OF AMERICA's weekday news program takes a closer look at the stories Africans are talking about from the Continent and from around the globe, highlighting what’s trending in news, health, sports and lifestyle.
Africa Everywhere explores the African/Caribbean immigrant influence in the United States.
Africa on a Plate is a series that incorporates cooking with travel and culture hosted by up and coming young chef, Lentswe Bhengu.
With in-depth access to some of the world’s most collectable artists, African Masters presents a unique and insightful view of contemporary African art.
Platinum-selling South African rapper iFani travels to China to learn how to cook from Chinese grandmothers. The adventure is a cultural learning experience, not just for iFani but for the Chinese people who unquestioningly embrace their unique visitor.
Untold stories in a fresh contemporary style. With journalists across Africa and a brand new BBC investigations unit we will generate high-impact TV documentaries that expose true stories viewers won’t want to miss. Plus, additional investigative content made for digital and social platforms to engage new younger audiences.
Life Clinic is a weekly factual entertainment show. BBC presenters from across Africa analyze African health, food and lifestyle trends. The latest medical and scientific research provides practical solutions and advice. Additional content for digital platforms brings to life insights around medicine and food while busting myths around health fads.
Smart Money is a weekly TV show that offers practical and inspirational advice through the stories of African entrepreneurs.
BBC Sport Africa brings the issues, the personalities, the buzz, the key moments and the trends in sport from across the continent featuring everyone from the most famous sports stars to rising stars and the fans themselves and viewers can share their own thoughts weekly on social media.
The She Word will explore the life experiences of women in today’s Africa and ask questions like: what is special about being an African woman? Is an African woman understated? How do we break down gender stereotypes? Can we celebrate the successes of female entrepreneurs in a way that will inspire others? Audiences will see stories told in person, through films or via live broadcasts with one aim - to spark debate and discussion.
A lively factual TV show for 10-16 year-olds. Snappy, creative and informative, this weekly show covers everything from news, sport, technology, current affairs and life hacks: all the things today’s kids care about. The program shares experiences and offers examples of inspirational young people making their mark on the world. In keeping with the tech savvy demographic, content for digital platforms will accompany the show.
CARE FOR COLOR is about self-love, self-care and self-knowledge through the lens of the African diaspora. While alluding to African origins, this docu-series tackles both trendy and age-old health, wellness and beauty secrets for people of all shades and colors.
Siba Mtongana is a South African celebrity chef known for her spunky style and creative cooking. In Cooking with Siba, she shares her best kept secrets and offers invaluable tips on how to create healthier takes on favorite recipes.
Based on true South African criminal investigations, the series takes us through crime scenes using interviews, dramatizations and archive footage to uncover the mysteries and expose the facts behind these tragic crimes.
Date My Family is a reality show where singles looking for love are sent on dates with the families of three potential dating partners. The singles must decide who to date based solely on the impressions they get from the potential families.
Pilani Bubu hosts Design For You, sharing creative inspiration for your home décor & design dreams.
This original series takes you around Africa to look at the businesses, people and places that shape the lives of the continent's vibrant citizens and businesses that defy Western expectations of Africa.
America was founded on the idea that all men are endowed with inalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, yet the country had nearly four million slaves. This is a story of slavery and a 250 year journey down Emancipation Road.
Beamed live from its stunning Cape Town studios on the west coast of Africa, the Expresso morning show serves up a fresh blend of international culture and lifestyle on a daily basis.
World Television Premiere – Three successful black siblings from Harlem discover their heritage while searching for clues about their long-lost grandfather, Samuel Lowe.
Our reality series that captures the exciting adventures and fun-filled experiences of first-time travelers to Africa.
Twenty years after the horrific genocide in Rwanda, an extraordinary program is underway that brings perpetrators and victims together for the first time, leading to inspirational stories of confession, hope, reconciliation, and forgiveness.
This series follow Matthew Rugamba, a young Rwandan fashion designer, as he builds his start-up fashion line in his homeland.
This action-packed local crime series features two cops, Shoes and Chilli. One infiltrates an infamous crime family while the other is being coerced into withholding evidence. When their two cases collide, their bond of brotherhood is put to the test.
Join the adventures of heroic 9-year-old Jabu who explores the jungle helping animals in need – but watch out for naughty Van the Vulture! Set to a vibrant afro pop soundtrack, Jabu introduces families to Africa’s colorful animals and exotic locations.
Set in a fictional high-security female prison, this series brings maximum drama delivered by authentic characters. Their fascinating pasts will hold you enthralled as they unravel to reveal the paths that led them into prison and behind locked gates.
Raising children is hard, especially when you're born in Nigeria living in London. The Adebanjo’s just want to instill old fashioned African values on their British-born kids, but it’s not easy in an English household shared by extended family members.
African fusion meets Lifestyles of the Hip and Fabulous in this stylish, modern cooking show hosted by Nigerian food blogger Minjiba Cookey.
Director Jon Brewer (B.B. King: The Life of Riley) defragments the history of blues music and the plight of the people in America's deep south, bringing the story of blues to life with interviews, musical performances and sweeping landscapes featuring Morgan Freeman, Chuck Berry, Bill Wyman, B.B. King and Carlos Santana.
This weekly series puts a spotlight on the best films African Cinema has to offer by screening a variety of top quality movies from Africa and the Diaspora.
An up close and personal look at the inspirations that drive the music of talented artists from Africa and the diaspora.
Get an insider's perspective of Africa’s most fascinating areas, exploring towns and cities from the inside out with people who have personal ties, showing us their world – the way they know it.
Three competing design duos battle it out in the name of great design. With less than 2 weeks to complete each room challenge, the pressure is on to impress a panel of industry professionals who choose the next big name in South African interior design.
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N*Gen (pronounced “Engine”) is a science show for young learners. It is STEM focused (disciplines of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) and includes exciting animations, fun experiments, as well as tips for healthy living.
Join travel, fashion and seafood enthusiast Stephanie Harris-Uyidi as she explores exotic locations where she creates unique pescatarian meals using local seafood and ingredients. Stephanie also offers fashion advice as she shops along the way.
The Africa Channel partnered with Vanichi Magazine for a 10-part, fashion forward series that celebrates African designers and asks the question, “What If Movie Icons Wore African Fashion?”
Exploring new beginnings in every shade.
Sol returns to Zenzele after his time in prison. His return creates themes of toxic masculinity and the root causes of gender-based violence. Meanwhile Reggie, Bongi and Ipeleng’s lives collide with new characters and coming to terms with adulthood.
Two sisters learn the village Chief needs help. One sister takes a short cut, the other takes the proper way and helps. In the end, respect and obedience carry great reward. Pula discovers the Magic Cellar and the wonders of stories read from books.
The Man Cave hosts show us a good time in different cities around the world while giving female viewers an inside look into the sort of things that men discuss in The Man Cave.
The Wild is a soap opera that features a five-star game lodge. Here three families struggle to co-exist as locals, staff and guests, all who like to indulge in fine dining, expensive champagne, game drives and unbelievable drama.
This isn’t your typical better or best list! These are great things we thought were worth doing, tasting, and seeing in exotic locations throughout Africa and the Caribbean.
Celebrity "experts" are called upon to rate weddings. The dress should be to die for, the food world class, the décor divine and the entertainment a blast. Couples from all backgrounds allow their special day to be judged by The Wedding Bashers.
A fast-paced plunge into the world's most fascinating destinations seen through the eyes of two diverse and intrinsically competitive best buddies from South Africa with no plan, no itinerary and only 48 hours to see, taste and experience the adventure.
In this adventure-filled travel series, you’ll either be packing your bags to replicate Nate’s exploits or settling further back in your couch to experience Africa and the world vicariously through our host.
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