Martial arts expert Chris Crudelli meets the ultimate masters of esoteric fighting techniques. He begins by challenging a group of builders to knock him down. 745 Chris faces female wrestlers in the UK, and learns how to fly in crouching tiger fashion as he experiences fighting as entertainment at a Taipei fight club and on a film set in Beijing.
A countdown of the most memorable yet irritating moments in pop music. Cringeworthy antics across the series include Bryan Ferry praising Nazi architecture, Brian May performing on the roof of Buckingham Palace,
Joss Stone presenting an award at the Brits and James Blunt leaving the army to pursue a musical career.
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