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Between The Lines

Thursday at 21:00

Between The Lines is a public affairs talk show hosted by John Matisson. Guests include government leaders, academics, politicians and international figures in the news. John Matisson engages guests in a lively discussion focusing on current topics.

Business Beat
Mondays at 19:30 

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Learn tricks on how to be highly successful, regardless of your industry with Business Beat Mondays at 19:30 on #CapeTownTV.


Andy Guitar
Tuesdays at 14:30

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Andy Crowley offers online guitar lessons inlcuding song tutorials, a beginner's course, help with strumming and answers to common questions from learning guitarists. Interested in playing guitar, Watch Andy Guitar, Tuesday at 14:30. 


Sci Show
Friday at 15:30

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Sci Show explores the unexpected. Hank, Micheal, and Olivia delve into the scientific subjects that defy our expectations and make us even more curious!






 



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Cape Town TV is available free-to-air in Cape Town and across South Africa and Lesotho on DStv. The channel receives around three million views each month.
 
 
 
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Homegrown Content

Hype It Up

Thursday and Friday at 16H00

Catch the latest in Cape music plus dance, DJs and entertainment news on Hype It Up!. Presenters Ras and Thuli bring you live performances with local musos on Fridays and a special Reggae report.


Cape Rugby

Wednesday at 21:00

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Local Personality JP Naude engages his panel of rugby experts weekly to look at WP Club Rugby, including interviews and highlights. Watch tonight at 21:00.

Proe

Saturday at 13:30

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Chef Abidah takes you on a Cape Malay dish journey, including fish as well as stews, roasts and spicy curries.

Workers World

Sunday at 18:00

 

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Workers World, The Show that ensures all employers follow the law in all workplaces. Follow the discussion Sunday at 18:00 on Cape Town TV.




 

Tune Into Cape Town

 

To tune your TV set to pick up CTV, use the remote control unit to open up the Menu of the set.

  1. Go to the Setup menu.
  2. Do a channel scan – the TV set will automatically scan all of the channels it receives. This will take a few minutes.
  3. When the channel scan is completed the set should display all of the channels available – you will then be able to switch between channels using the channel buttons on the remote control or on the set itself.
  4. If you still have problems picking up the channel, call Sentech on 021 525 3601 for assistance.
  5. The transmission is from Sentech's Tygerberg mast, so your outdoor aerial should point to Tygerberg mountain.
If you are a DSTV subscriber, tune in to channel 263. You'll find it on the Easy View, Access, Family, Compact, Extra & Premium packages.

 

 Hot Docs

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Engaging Documentaries

 Monday to Thursday at 22H00

See your world from an alternative point of view. Watch informative and compelling documentaries every evening from 22:00 and widen your perspective.

 

Help us to serve you

CTV comes to viewers free of charge - but it costs millions of rands per year to run this non-profit, community channel. We need YOUR support to stay on air and provide you with great programming and good picture and sound quality.  


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Community Television

Cape Town TV recognises the importance for Capetonians to have access to local programming, and particularly information that meet the needs and interests of the community.
 

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Cape Town TV 

Cape Town TV is uniquely positioned to inform, empower and inspire. We embrace the opportunity to create conversation and mobilise action to address some of Cape Town's most critical issues.
 


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Fun Facts About Cape Town
 

1. Cape Town was appointed the best place in the world to visit by the New York Times in 2014.
2. Afrikaans is the most widely spoken language in the Western cape.
3. The Castle of Good Hope once had a sea view. (Source: Cape Town Magazine)

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