A seven-part tour of the world of martial arts, to discover how they are influenced by their home countries´ cultures and history.

Subtitles: en
Episode 4 Aug, 22 2017 02:54 pm
Wing chun Wing chun is a traditional Chinese martial art from southern China. It became better-known outside the country in the 20th century thanks to the popularity of the actor Bruce Lee, one of whose masters was the legendary Yip Man. Directed by: Narinderpal Singh Chandok (season 4, France, 2016)
Episode 5 Aug, 29 2017 02:57 pm
Highland wrestling A medieval sport, Scottish wrestling was very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries. The first to touch the ground with any body part other than the feet loses. This sport was also practiced by some Vikings. Directed by: Narinderpal Singh Chandok (season 4, France, 2016)
Episode 6 Sep, 05 2017 02:50 pm
Coreeda wrestling in Australia A combination of wrestling and traditional dance, coreeda is a martial art based on aboriginal fighting techniques. It was developed to help the aborigines defend themselves without using weapons. It is based on the movements of the kangaroo. Directed by: Narinderpal Singh Chandok (season 4, France, 2016)