The Immortals

Documentary series featuring the careers of the greatest sports men and women of all time.

Boxing's Best

Boxing's Best

Muhammed Ali, Manny Pacquaio, and Sugar Ray Robinson are just some of the greatest boxing icons of all time.

Legacies, Genes, and Heroes

Legacies, Genes, and Heroes

Sir Alex Ferguson’s extraordinary legacy at Manchester United. And the father and son who brought glory to Germany. Plus, Brazil’s 1970 World Cup hero.

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Fantastic Footballers

Fantastic Footballers

Football’s ultimate greats must include Cristiano Ronaldo, French king of football Michel Platini, Italy’s Fabio Cannavaro, and Russia’s glorious goalkeeper Lev Yashin.

Bolt, Vault, and Shot Put

Bolt, Vault, and Shot Put

Usain Bolt is known as one of the greatest track and field athletes in history. Plus, two pole vaulting legends and New Zealand’s own Valerie Adams.

Maradona, Eusebio, and Best

Maradona, Eusebio, and Best

Diego Maradona, Argentina’s greatest footballer. The king of Portuguese football, Eusebio, and Northern Ireland’s troubled superstar, George Best.

Making the Greatest

Making the Greatest

The making of the greatest of them all, Lionel Messi’s extraordinary rise plus the Dutch double act that ruled world football and Hungary’s scoring machine Ferenc Puskas.

Golfing Greats

Golfing Greats

Golf has turned out many stars over the years, including Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson, and Annika Sorenstam.

Cruyff, Cantona, and Baggio

Cruyff, Cantona, and Baggio

Johan Cruyff changed football forever. Controversy followed Eric Cantona but the Frenchman’s legacy at Manchester United lives on. And Robert Baggio, who’s played at three World Cups.

Pele, Buffon, and Di Stefano

Pele, Buffon, and Di Stefano

Brazil’s champion footballer Pele, plus Italy’s ageless goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon. Then, the king of Real Madrid – Afredo Di Stefano.

Zidane, Ronaldo, and Moore

Zidane, Ronaldo, and Moore

From the streets of Marseille to World Cup hero, Zinedine Zidane rose from the ashes. Brazil’s Ronaldo is one of the greatest strikers in history. And Bobby Moore’s legacy is set in stone.