0.0 00 A documentary about the final years of Queen front man Freddie Mercury. The sad and premature death of Freddie Mercury in 1991 took from the world probably the finest performer of all-time. He must certainly be ranked alongside . Freddie Mercury: Documentary Freddie Mercury, considered one of the greatest rock singers of all […]
0.0 00 Bodybuilding demands absolute discipline in every aspect of an athlete’s life. But when does it go too far? Ripped: Inside Women’s Bodybuilding follows two female bodybuilders as they train for a national competition, stretching both their physical and emotional limits.
0.0 00 What does it take to become the greatest bodybuilder in the world? And what happens when you fall short of that goal? This is the inside story of bodybuilding legend Kai Greene’s first attempt to win the Mr. Olympia title.
0.0 00 No one thinks of Canada as a nation of gun nuts, but collectively, Canadians own over 10 million guns and this number keeps growing. Canada has been ranked 6th best country overall for gun owners by Guns & Ammo Magazine. There’s a new type of gun owner emerging — 20 years ago you […]
0.0 00 Competitive eating is recognised in the USA and Japan as a sport of champions; gastronomic gladiators skilled in the ancient arts of Kung-food and Pie-kwan-do. In Britain the sport is virtually unheard of, but finally a British challenger is found who has the guts for glory to take on the greatest global gurgitators, […]
0.0 00 It is difficult to understand what drives professional, wealthy and successful men to physically fight each other, but ‘white collar boxing’ now has a swelling of followers on both sides of the Atlantic. Shocking and brutal, Blood And Money delves into the male psyche to determine what drives some of the world’s richest […]
0.0 00 A subculture exists throughout contemporary suburban Britain that many find hard to comprehend: educated teenagers regularly gather in ‘Federations’ to inflict terrible wounds on one another. This ‘sport,’ originally based on professional wrestling, contains all the ritual and commentary of a WWE bout, but the fighters use a bewildering and quite terrifying array […]
0.0 00 At the Adriatic coast, Galeb Nikacevic discovers who, how and why is involved in blast fishing in Montenegro. When Alfred Nobel discovered dynamite in 1867, he probably did not even imagine that generations of fishermen in Montenegro would illegally fish with explosives, calling themselves Nobelties. Although blast fishing is illegal for its damage […]