This incredible, Academy Award winning film features adventurer, poet, and world champion skier Yuichiro Miura as he and his climbing team face the most challenging climb in the world -- an ascent up Mt. Everest. They faced an icefall that claimed 6 lives, still considered the worst natural disaster accident in Himalayan history.
Best of British Television - Bringing you cutting-edge British comedies, reality shows, documentaries, lifestyle programs, talk shows and exciting content from across the pond. BOB TV boasts an eclectic selection of British programming, updated regularly with new formats and your favorite stars.
The Most Dangerous Ways To School- Facing the most extreme conditions, the children in this series must march, climb or swim their way to school. In doing so, they fear neither brutal cold nor dangerous terrain. They must conquer floods and face wild animals. And yet they have only one goal in sight: a better life. But the path towards this goal is a breath-taking mixture of adventure and danger. These children have the most spectacular and most dangerous way to school in the world: sometimes the most beautiful as well...
Joe Robinet shows the realities of being out in the bush, whether it be an overnighter in the woods, or an extended, 10-day fly in canoe/fishing trip. We'll see his failures, as well as his accomplishments, in an effort to show you who he really is: just a regular Canadian guy who enjoys spending time outdoors.
Big Cat Rescue is one of the largest accredited sanctuaries in the world dedicated to abused and abandoned big cats. They are home to about 80+ lions, tigers, bobcats, cougars and other species most of whom have been abandoned, abused, orphaned, saved from being turned into fur coats, or retired from performing acts.
We are dedicated to bring high-class documentaries to you with the latest camera equipment used by well-known filmmakers working for famous production studios. You will see fascinating shots from the deep seas and up in the air, capturing great stories and pictures from everything our beautiful and interesting planet has to offer. Enjoy stories about nature, wildlife, culture, people, history and more.
Garrett McNamara is an international big wave explorer known for discovering and pioneering the biggest wave in the world at Nazaré, Portugal. He is the 8-times Guinness World Record holder for the largest wave ever surfed, part of the only team to have ever surfed waves generated by a 300ft calving glacier in Alaska, and the only foreigner to receive the Vasco de Gama Medal of Honor from the Portuguese Navy for his contribution to Portugal.
Imagine prisons so tough that even the hardest gang bosses and murderers learn the meaning of fear. This extraordinary series offers intimate portraits of crime and punishment set within the gates, walls, barred windows and cells of the world's toughest maximum security prisons. From Bolivia to Bulgaria, Dallas to Arizona, viewers meet hardened criminals with stories that shake them to the core.
Eleven years ago Kenneth Young received four life sentences. He was 15 years old. The United States is the only country in the world that routinely condemns children to die in prison. This is the story of one of those children, now a young man, seeking a second chance in Florida – one of the most punitive states in the country.
Cristiano Ronaldo has been described as the “perfect footballer”, for his leadership on the field; his power running, and his uncanny ability to “find the back of the net”. Off-field he is the ultimate marketing machine,loved by young and old, male and female football fans. This program looks at the achievements of Manchester United’s famous midfielder, as well as the scandals that threatened to derail his brilliant career
Global phenomenon, fashion icon, multi-millionaire– these are only some of the labels given to one of the best soccer players of all time, David Beckham. Such is his fame that the average bystander will be able to tell you who he plays for,who he’s married to, and the names of his children in chronological order! Remarkably though, he hasn’t let his status go to his head. He recognizes that he is a role model to his young fans, and keeps it real by never refusing to sign an autograph.
From an early age, David Beckham wanted to be a soccer player and not just any soccer player - he wanted to play for Manchester United and become a leading name in the sport. By the young age of 28, he'd become one of the most well-known names around the world, worn the coveted 'No 7' shirt in the most successful United squad ever, captained the England team in a World Cup tournament and signed a multi-million pound deal with another major name in soccer, Real Madrid. This is an extraordinary story of success which includes rare footage both on and off the pitch....this is The Rise and Rise of David Beckham.
Just one decade after apartheid ended, South Africawon the right to host the 2010 World Cup.The announcement turned the dreams of the Rainbow Nation into a reality, becoming the first African country to host thebiggest single sport event in the world.This comprehensive documentary leaves no stone unturned as it investigates South Africa’s incredible journey to hostthe World Cup
Brazil has gifted the football world with names like Ronaldinho, Pele and Ronaldo, but during the last decade one player has emerged, with a name no one is likely to forget in a hurry!Sixty-eight million Euros was the transfer fee paid by Real Madrid to secure the services of Riccardo Isaacson Del Sato Lete, or Kaka, from former team AC Milan. The attacking midfielder has been likened to Brazilian greats in just his first few years playing for the premier league, with his pace and creativity exciting football fans everywhere.
From the days when his father would take him to watch Formula One greats Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost, Lewis Hamilton dreamed of joining the ranks of his racing heroes. This he eventually did; becoming the youngest driver to ever pilot a F1 car, in 2007.Hamilton grew up in Hartfordshire, in the United Kingdom, where at the age of 7 he started racing radio-controlled cars for fun. He soon moved onto the more challenging Go-Karts; then Formula 3 cars, in which he won the British Championship. Hamilton was never shy of his talent. He approached McLaren boss Ron Dennis at the age of ten and told him he was one day going to drive a McLaren. Ron replied, “Wait nine years and I’ll see what I can do”
We Are United: an unauthorized story on Manchester United will take viewers on a rollercoaster ride through the peaks and troughs of the Man U story – from the second division struggles of the 1920s and the Post-War glory days of Matt Busby’s reign to the heart-rending tragedy of the Munich Air Disaster and the long haul back to the top with the help of Bobby Charlton and the sport’s first superstar, George Best
Officially labeled 'The greatest driver Formula One has ever seen', Schumacher has redefined this elite sport through his ability, dedication, media presence and appeal. The first German to ever win the Formula One World Championship, Michael Schumacher is revered and single-handedly credited with popularizing this sport in his country and beyond.This is an objective look at Schumacher's journey, and the ongoing impact of his contribution to Formula One.
Muhammad Ali the boxer was also an Olympic Gold medalist and the first to win the linear heavyweight title three times. Muhammad Ali the star was a jive-talking showman who had reporters eating out of his hands, always wondering what he was going to say next. Muhammad Ali the humanitarian gave cause to his countrymen to find their place in the world. Ali grew up in Louisville, Kentucky as Cassius Clay Jr, and started boxing at an early age. Working on his fitness he’d run beside the school bus rather than catch it, and spar under an old cedar tree in his front yard. He took up boxing so that he would be ready if he ever caught up with the thieves who stole a treasured bicycle. But boxing became so much more to him than just a way to get revenge or defend himself.