Planet Sport - Destination Rio

Sinopsis

Planet Sport - Destination Rio is a daily 30 min show produced during the 2014 Fifa World Cup by our team of journalists based in Rio.

Episodios

  • Destination Rio! Programme 30, 14 July

    Destination Rio! Programme 30, 14 July

    14/07/2014 Duración: 1758h00s

    Today's programme comes from the Copacabana beach as we look back at Germany's win over Argentina in the final. We speak to fans of both teams, and talk to Brazil supporters about a World Cup that started with so much hope for them but ended with their team in crisis. Also we look back at our most memorable moments of the 2014 World Cup.

  • Destination Rio! Programme 29, 12 July

    Destination Rio! Programme 29, 12 July

    11/07/2014 Duración: 1771h00s

    Today we preview the World Cup final and hear from fans of both teams. English Premier League fan Andy Bloss gives us his views on how the Premier League stars fared at the World Cup. With Neymar out of tournament with a fractured vertebra, another Brazil star Kaka tells us how he had a similar injury back in 2000. And we visit a project that aims to build lives of young people through Futsal.

  • Destination Rio! Programme 28, 11 July

    Destination Rio! Programme 28, 11 July

    10/07/2014 Duración: 1791h00s

    On today's show, as Brazil play the Netherlands in the third-place play-off on Saturday, we ask if we really need a game that many think is meaningless. We hear about the scenes of celebration in Argentina after their semi-final win over the Netherlands. We speak to Ethiopia fans who have travelled all way here to Brazil even though Ethiopia didn't qualify. And we find out about samba music and give it a go.

  • Destination Rio! Programme 27, 10 July

    Destination Rio! Programme 27, 10 July

    10/07/2014 Duración: 1786h00s

    Today we look back at the second semi-final, as Argentina win on penalties, and we have more reaction to Brazil's shock 7-1 defeat to Germany on Tuesday. With Brazil and 29 other nations now knocked out of the World Cup we look at the issue of coping with disappointment and hear from Brazil great Kaka. Plus, we try out the popular beach activity of stand up paddling.

  • Destination Rio! Programme 26, 09 July

    Destination Rio! Programme 26, 09 July

    09/07/2014 Duración: 1762h00s

    Today we look back at the first semi-final, as Germany thrash Brazil 7-1. We ask what makes a great captain, and get the views of former Brazil captain Lucio. Legendary BBC commentator John Motson takes us through his World Cup memories, and we talk to fans about their impressions of the city of Rio.

  • Destination Rio! Programme 25, 08 July

    Destination Rio! Programme 25, 08 July

    08/07/2014 Duración: 1777h00s

    Today we look ahead to the second semi-final between Argentina and the Netherlands, we speak to fans from both teams and ask if Lionel Messi can carry Argentina single-handedly. Former English Premier League referee Bob Hamer answers questions on refereeing and explains how the officials will be chosen for Sunday's final. And we look at serious crime among young people in Rio as we visit a maximum-security prison.

  • Destination Rio! Programme 24, 07 July

    Destination Rio! Programme 24, 07 July

    07/07/2014 Duración: 1753h00s

    Today we look ahead to the first semi-final between Brazil and Germany, and hear from fans of losing quarter-finalists Belgium and Costa Rica. We find out about a special support service for travelling German fans who may need help, and we go on a hike into the rainforest, taking in some great views and looking for some South American wildlife.

  • Destination Rio! Programme 22, 04 July

    Destination Rio! Programme 22, 04 July

    04/07/2014 Duración: 1732h00s

    Today's show come to you from the Christ the Redeemer statue. As well as taking in the stunning views, we ask whether we really need the offside rule. And we find out about the origins of the classic Bossa Nova song The Girl From Ipanema.

  • Destination Rio! Programme 21, 03 July

    Destination Rio! Programme 21, 03 July

    03/07/2014 Duración: 1779h00s

    Today, as we are down to the last eight now, we ask who will win the World Cup. We hear from fans and give our own analysis. We visit a project led by a former professional footballer to help children at risk of sex trafficking, drug abuse and violence. And we see how things have changed from the 1950 World Cup held in Brazil and the 2014 edition.

  • Destination Rio! Programme 20, 02 July

    Destination Rio! Programme 20, 02 July

    02/07/2014 Duración: 1802h00s

    Today, we look back at Tuesday's games as Argentina and Belgium went through to the last eight after games that went to extra time. We assess the overall performance of the African continent – two teams made to the second round, but none to the quarter-finals. And we find out about a project that has helped over 1400 homeless drug addicts in the city of Sao Paulo.

  • Destination Rio! Programme 19, 01 July

    Destination Rio! Programme 19, 01 July

    01/07/2014 Duración: 1787h00s

    Today, we look back at Monday's games as France and Germany go through to the last eight in two exciting games. Former English Premier League referee Bob Hamer comments on the controversial penalty won by Arjen Robben in the Netherlands win over Mexico on Sunday. We ask whether there's any alternative to penalty shoot-outs as a way of deciding knockout games, and we look at a very disturbing aspect of the World Cup – sexual exploitation of children.

  • Destination Rio! Programme 18, 30 June

    Destination Rio! Programme 18, 30 June

    30/06/2014 Duración: 1770h00s

    Today, we look back at Sunday's dramatic games as the Netherlands and Costa Rica go through to the quarter-finals. We re-live the experience of attending Saturday's match at the Maracana between Colombia and Uruguay. USA fans tell us how they are enjoying being at the World Cup, and we have an amazing story of faith from former Ivory Coast captain Cyrille Domoraud,

  • Destination Rio! Programme 17, 28 June

    Destination Rio! Programme 17, 28 June

    27/06/2014 Duración: 1755h00s

    Today, we look ahead to the second round games and hear from fans from Chile, Colombia and Nigeria. We visit Rio's most iconic landmark, the Christ the Redeemer statue, and we ask why we are getting so many goals at this World Cup.

  • Destination Rio! Programme 16, 27 June

    Destination Rio! Programme 16, 27 June

    27/06/2014 Duración: 1773h00s

    Today, with Uruguay striker Luis Suarez receiving a four-month ban for biting an opponent, we ask if it is important for football players to be good role models. We look back Thursday's games, as Algeria and USA made it to the second round. We speak to our correspondent in Argentina to find out about the expectations there, and we go dancing to some traditional Brazilian music.

  • Destination Rio! Programme 15, 26 June

    Destination Rio! Programme 15, 26 June

    26/06/2014 Duración: 1779h00s

    Today we look back Wednesday's games, as Nigeria and Switzerland made it to the second round. We ask whether Lionel Messi must win the World Cup to rank alongside Pele and Maradona as a true all-time legend, and we sample a traditional Brazilian meal.

  • Destination Rio! Programme 14, 25 June

    Destination Rio! Programme 14, 25 June

    25/06/2014 Duración: 1749h00s

    Today we look back Tuesday's games, as Uruguay striker Luis Suarez is at the centre of a massive controversy after being accused of biting an opponent. We speak to former English Premier League referee Bob Hamer. We also talk about Greece's dramatic late win against Ivory Coast , we speak to USA captain Clint Dempsey, and we join in the fun and spend time with confident fans from Brazil, Chile and Mexico as they party on!

  • Destination Rio! Programme 13, 24 June

    Destination Rio! Programme 13, 24 June

    24/06/2014 Duración: 1785h00s

    Steve Vickers presents today's show from Rio.

  • Destination Rio! Programme 12, 23 June

    Destination Rio! Programme 12, 23 June

    23/06/2014 Duración: 1771h00s

    Steve Vickers and team presents programme 12 from Rio during the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

  • Destination Rio! Programme 11, 21 June

    Destination Rio! Programme 11, 21 June

    21/06/2014 Duración: 1739h00s

    Today we ask if it's unpatriotic for players to switch nationality or if it's just a part of modern football. Diego Costa played in two friendlies for Brazil last year, but he is now in the Spain squad. We find out more about the Cariocas, the residents of Rio and look at what makes them tick. And we speak to fans from Australia, the USA and the Netherlands.

  • Destination Rio! Programme 10, 20 June

    Destination Rio! Programme 10, 20 June

    20/06/2014 Duración: 1751h00s

    Today we ask what's wrong with the England team after defeats to Italy and Uruguay have left England with only a slim chance of qualifying for the second round of the World Cup. We hear from one of 3000 Ivory Coast fans who have travelled to Brazil, and we sample Brazil's world-famous coffee at a very distinguished coffee shop.

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