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For more than a century, two football clubs have been fighting: FC Barcelona and Espanyol. This sporting rivalry conveys all the tensions of the Catalan history. Eric Cantona take us in the history of two rival identities.
Manchester United
Part of the Series: ICONS: Big Star Profiles
Outside of the United States and Canada, soccer is called football and one of the most popular, and successful, football clubs in the world is the English Premier League powerhouse, Manchester United. Man U has come a long, long way since its humble beginnings as a works' team for the…
Looking for Milan
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In Milan, industrial, financial and fashion capital of Italy, 2 clubs have been fighting for more than a century - Rossoneri vs. Nerazzuro. Through the football lense , discover Milan with Eric Cantona.
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July 2014: 20TH FOOTBALL WORLD CUP In Rio de Janeiro, 4 football clubs share the Brazialians' hearts. Flamengo, Fluminense, Vasco de Gama and Botafogo: for more than a century, these 4 mythical clubs have been fighting and tearing each other apart in various tournaments to win and pile up titles.…
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Eric Cantona goes back in time along eight episodes in order to focus on the legend of the most important Football Clubs in the world.
With Olive Groves In The Aegean: Greeks & Turks
Part of the Series: Olive Route Collection
In 1923 when Mustafa Kemal Ataturk rebuilt modern Turkey on the ashes of the Ottoman Empire, the Treaty of Lausanne ordered that all Muslims of Turkish decent who were living in Greece be exchanged with any Greek Christians living in Asia Minor. This population exchange of nearly two million people…
In A League Of Their Own
IN A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN follows the fortunes of the first all-Aboriginal Australian Rules football team to enter a mainstream AFL-affiliated competition, through their first bone-jarring season. After 30 years of running their own competition on a remote island community north of Darwin, the Tiwi Bombers have finally been…
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Except for the Dardanelles/Gallipoli campaigns, the extensive combat operations in the Middle East during World War I have been largely overlooked in documentary programs. Given the historical significance of the Ottoman Empire's demise in 1918, and the ongoing importance of Middle Eastern oil reserves to Western economies, a close study…
Looking for Athenes
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"The mother of all battles", "The Derby of all Eternal Enemies" and today "The Civil War"... The rivality between the Olympiakos and the Panathinaikos of Athens reflects the situation of Greece. Eric Cantona goes back in time to focus on those legends of Greek football.
1683 Vienna—The Great Ottoman Siege
The Ottoman campaign to capture Vienna was one of the largest and most significant in Ottoman history. Study the background of the siege and the military technology and strategy on both sides. Follow the unfolding engagement and the pivotal role of the Polish-Lithuanian armies, and grasp how Vienna marked a…
Selim the Grim - 1512
Investigate the achievements of this most fearsome and pivotal of Ottoman rulers. Learn how Selim vanquished the threatening Safavid Empire after violently wresting power from his father. Track his dramatic expansionist policy, tripling the Ottoman territories in less than a decade, and his defeat of the Egyptian Mamluks, becoming the…
Paul - A Young South African Boy Dreams of Being a Surfer
Screened at 15 international film festivals, winning two awards, this eye-opening short documentary follows a 12-year-old aspiring surfer from a poverty-stricken township outside of Capetown, South-Africa. Paul dreams of becoming a surfer but this isn't easy for township boys. There is no transportation to the beach and no money for…