Soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo made one young fan's day on Monday, after the boy was seen on Iranian television crying because he couldn't meet the athlete. The boy, named Adriyan, had been left in tears earlier in the day when he did not get to meet Ronaldo despite staying at the same hotel as his team, Saudi Arabia's Al-Nassr.
As the 2023 Women's World Cup kicks off in New Zealand, we take a look back at the struggle between FIFA and national broadcasters over TV rights. With FIFA reportedly aiming for $300 million in global media rights, broadcasters were reluctant to meet its price demands, leading to fears of a media blackout.
Fubar is a spy-action comedy laced with a unique twist on family dynamics in the workplace. In his television debut, Schwarzenegger felt the role of Luke was fitting for him given his past roles in films like 'True Lies' where he plays secret agent Harry Tasker.
We look at the media reaction to Jerry Springer's death, as one newspaper describes him as "TV's master of trash". In other news: BBC Chairman Richard Sharp's job could be on the line, as an investigation into his appointment is due to be published this Friday. Also, young girls in India are dreaming of becoming cricket's next big superstar. Finally, we bring you the story of Dillon Reeves, whose quick thinking saved the day in Michigan!
3 Dec 2022
The 2022 Soccer World Cup in Qatar is hugely controversial. The allegations range from corruption in the awarding of the tournament to Qatar to harsh criticism of the host nation for its human rights record, and its World Cup carbon emissions.