The tenth episode of BDO WorldHockey Monthly TV programme has been distributed to broadcasters and will be screened around the world over the next four weeks.
This month’s episode features a preview of the XVIII Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, a story on a documentary being made on the Dutch women’s team, along with a profile of German striker Christopher Zeller.
The programme is currently shown in more than 50 countries around the world and can be seen on www.worldhockey.tv free of charge in the coming days.
Episode 10 Highlights
News from Around the World featuring the announcement of the 2007 Champions Trophy hosts, Argentina’s four nation women’s tournament, an update of planning for the men’s BDO Hockey World Cup, and a look at Spain's tour to Australia
Feature – Commonwealth Games Preview, including interviews with Australian coaches Barry Dancer (Men) and Frank Murray (Women)
Feature – Dutch Documentary: Two Dutch filmmakers having being following the Netherlands women’s team around the world as they prepare for the Samsung Hockey World Cup in Madrid later this year
Sahara WorldHockey Team Rankings – Men and Women
Feature – Christopher Zeller (Germany)
Feature – Mike Mahood (Canada)
Coming up next month on World Hockey –The Wright Brothers: A feature on leading South African international umpires John and his brother Peter
Visit the BDO WorldHockey TV section of the website to see when the program will be shown in your region.
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