The word nature is derived from the Latin term “natura” literally translated as birth. The all encompassing definition of nature is the natural, physical or material world or universe. Nature is the phenomenon that accompanies the physical world. On a larger scale it varies from subatomic to the cosmic. Nature may also refer to the general realm of various types of living plants and animals, and in some cases to the processes associated with inanimate objects such as the weather.

In other contexts, the variation of the word “nature”, such as “natural” is commonly used to describe the opposite of unnatural, supernatural or synthetic. Today the term is commonly associated with geology and wildlife.

In order for us to be able to study the natural occurrences and its elements, we have devised a categorization according to the properties of those elements. The primary categories are Earth, atmosphere, climate and weather, water, ecosystems, life, matter and energy. Every prime category has an internal division into specific areas, e.g. water is categorized into oceans, lakes, rivers, ponds and streams.

The documentaries and video materials compiled in this category are concerned with the above mentioned occurrences and other various natural phenomena.

Witness the efforts of an environmental activist, who risked his wellbeing and confronted the law, to save one little part of our planet`s lungs. The documentary “Among Giants” follows the story of this brave man and his incredible mission.

See what happens when humans abandon their habitat and all that is left behind are manmade structures. The ecosystem of that place begins the slow process of recovery and the entire flora and fauna can flourish without human interference. The city of Chernobyl has, accidentally, become such a place.

Discover how the Earth, as we know it today, came to exist. From the lifeless rocky surface encircled with boiling lava to the living and breathing green paradise with the abundance of life. The dramatic story of how the Earth was made is still going on.

The expedition lead by Paul Rose goes into the depths of the world`s oceans. See what extraordinary discoveries they made and enjoy the beautiful flora and fauna of the ocean.

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David Attenborough’s First Life
David Attenborough’s First Life

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In the fifty years that Sir David Attenborough has been broadcasting, he has travelled far and wide to document the living world in all its glory. In this series, David Attenborough’s First Life, he completes his journey by travelling back in time, to the roots of the Tree of Life, in search of the very first animals to exist.Attenborough has an interesting point to start with his journey none other than his own native childhood home in Leicester, which helped him further by discovering a fossil and that became a turning point in the evolution of complex life. Attenborough continued his journey to fog bound coastline of Newfoundland and the Australian outback, there he unearths the earliest forms of animal life to exist on Earth.His journey further to Canada Rocky Mountains helped him to get more knowledge about the animal diversity. But all these findings became less important when he travelled through North Africa, the rain forests of Australia and the east coast of Scotland, because it gave him a deeper idea about how these animals were successful in invading the ocean, not only that, land and air too.State of the art technology and photo-realistic visual effects help bring to life these wonderful and bizarre creatures. These creatures, from the first animal form that moved to the first mouths that ate, have developed tools and traits to enable them, including us, to survive to this day.

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The Oldest Place On Earth
The Oldest Place On Earth

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This documentary gives us a unique opportunity to visit one of the oldest places on Earth. This is also one of the most intact places on Earth, a vast forest that stretches in the south of Venezuela. It is here, along the border with Brazil, that a great Guayana Massif lies and according to the legends this is the home to the gods of the Great Savanna.There is a tribe inhabiting this wonderful place, living in harmony with the surrounding nature. They adapted to this lifestyle and this amazing place is their home. This forest, though very beautiful, also has its dangerous side. The wilderness is very much alive and quite unforgiving. There are a number of different tribes that dwell in these parts. Their culture is almost as old as their habitat. Discover a unique lifestyle, a culture that is nothing like we have seen so far and have a chance to explore the untainted wilderness, where all life lives in harmony.If you enjoyed this documentary and would like to watch more nature videos, click here.

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The Amazing World
The Amazing World

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This documentary is concerned with the everyday activities of the human population. It is filmed in an experimental fashion throughout 152 different locations in the world. They include Indonesia, Ecuador, France, Turkey, Iran, Hong Kong, Kuwait, Poland, Israel, Thailand, Argentina, India, Brazil, Japan, Tanzania, Egypt, Australia, Kenya and China.You will have a chance to see the footage taken at the concentration camps Tuol Sleng in Cambodia and Auschwitz in Poland. Today they represent monuments to the people that lost their lives in these camps. These camps are turned into museums with a number of related artifacts on display including some of the bones from the victims and a pile of sculls.The director of this documentary, Ron Fricke, is trying to portray the cultural diversity on our planet by comparing the natural and technological worlds in coexistence, mixing that with the portraits of the Yakuza tattoos along with the ones that the Native Australian tribes have.Enjoy the nature footage in this extraordinary documentary and have a chance to see the pace of the modern society, the architectural achievements, city life and ruins of the ancient temples, all in one amazing film.If you want to watch more exploration documentaries, click here.

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Killer Whales in Captivity
Killer Whales in Captivity

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This documentary was directed by Gabriela Cowperthwaite. The premiere was at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival on January 19th in 2013. The story is focused on the orca held by SeaWorld, called Tilikum, and the controversy revolving around the killer whales in captivity.This particular orca is involved in the deaths of three people, including the death of Tilikums` trainer Dawn Brancheau. Allegedly, the reason for the attack on the trainer was the fact that she had her hair tied to a ponytail. It was after the death of Dawn Brancheau, that Cowperthwaite began working on the documentary, expressing her doubts about the reasons for the attacks. She states that there has to be more to this story. She examines the behavior of the orcas in captivity and compares the lifespan of the ones living in wilderness to the ones that are living in captivity. The documentary also contains an interview with the Sea World trainer, John Hargrove. He describes his experiences with the orcas in captivity, including the ones he had with Tilikum. Watch this documentary and discover the behavioral patterns in captivated animals. The aggression that they display is rooted in the inability to live freely and the effects of the captivity are obvious. For more wildlife documentaries, click here.

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Endangered Wild Animals: Elephants and Orangutans
Endangered Wild Animals: Elephants and Orangutans

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This documentary is concerned with the poaching of elephants and orangutans. The story takes us on an incredible journey into the wild. From the rainforest of Borneo, to the savannas of Kenya, this film will give you a chance to see the difficult task of saving, rehabilitating and eventually releasing these wild animals. The director of this documentary is David Lickley and the writing and production credits go to Drew Fellman. The distribution in the US was done by Warner Bros along with IMAX Pictures. The documentary narration was done by Morgan Freeman. The release date was on April 8th in 2011. The film received a number of positive critics and was awarded with the Genesis Award for Best Documentary Feature from The Humane Society of the United States in 2012. This heartwarming documentary will give you a chance to see some of the most beautiful places on Earth and witness the shocking consequences of poaching. Fortunately, there is a group of people concerned with the issue at hand, and are more than willing to do something about it.If you enjoyed this documentary and would like to see more, click here.

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The Glacier
The Glacier

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This documentary is intended to raise awareness of the effects of the ongoing climate changes. The film director Jeff Orlowski collaborated on this project with the James Balog, a photographer who specializes in nature photography. Their cooperation resulted in this documentary, released on November 16th, 2012 in the US. You will have a chance to see the calving of a glacier in a, longest of its kind, footage with the duration of over 75 minutes. The filmed glacier is Jakobshavn, located in Greenland. It took more than two weeks in order to film 7.4 cubic kilometers of ice which chipped off a glacier. It is believed that this type of a glacier was responsible for the sinking of the Titanic. Watch this extraordinary documentary and enjoy the icy wilderness. Also you will have a chance to educate yourself about the climate and the ongoing processes on Earth which have the impact on the environment. If you enjoyed this documentary and want to watch similar videos, click here.

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The Journey To The Top Of Lhakpa Ri
The Journey To The Top Of Lhakpa Ri

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Blindsight is a documentary directed by Lucy Walker and produced by Sybil Robson Orr for Robson Entertainment. It premiered at 2006 Toronto International Film Festival in the category Real to Reel.Set against the breathtaking backdrop of the Himalayas, the documentary follows six Tibetan teenagers on their 23,000 foot long journey to climb the top of the Lhakpa Ri Mountain in the shadow of Mount Everest. A dangerous journey soon becomes a seemingly impossible challenge made all the more remarkable by the fact that the teenagers are blind. Despite the obstacles, they manage to climb higher than they have ever been before, with the help from the famous blind mountain climber Erik Weihenmayer and a blind German social worker Sabriye Tenberken.

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Future of the Earth
Future of the Earth

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The biological and geological future of the Earth can be extrapolated based upon the estimated effects of several long-term influences. These include the chemistry at the Earth's surface, the rate of cooling of the planet's interior, the gravitational interactions with other objects in the Solar System, and a steady increase in the Sun's luminosity. Over time intervals of hundreds of millions of years, random celestial events pose a global risk to the biosphere. This documentary takes you 100 million years into the future and gives you a possible scenario of what Earth might look like. The Earth, as we know it today, is gone. The climate has changed and the continents merged into a single land mass. This is not a documentary about the potential disastrous event that could wipe out all life on Earth. It is a glimpse into the future of the Earth that is shaped by the nature in the course of many millions of years.

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The Extinction of Life on Earth
The Extinction of Life on Earth

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In biology and ecology, extinction is the end of an organism or of a group of organisms (taxon), normally a species. The moment of extinction is generally considered to be the death of the last individual of the species, although the capacity to breed and recover may have been lost before this point.Mass extinctions are relatively rare events; however, isolated extinctions are quite common. Only recently have extinctions been recorded and scientists have become alarmed at the high rates of recent extinctions. Most species that become extinct are never scientifically documented. Some scientists estimate that up to half of presently existing species may become extinct by 2100.Watch this documentary and learn about the potential scenario in which all life could be wiped out on planet Earth.

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Human Senses
Human Senses

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Almost everyone has experienced a moment a faint fragrance brings back memories of a moment lost in time so hit back to the forefront of their minds.Often we have forgotten the entire event, but is aware of our mind presented clearly unfathomable in some inaccessible corner of the brain, ready for instant retrieval.Nigel Marven goes in search of unpleasant odors and more attractive, is to discover why they are great to see some things, but sometimes miss what is before our eyes, the biological reasons why humans eat a wide range of food, raw ducks rotten eggs a sweaty blue cheese, shows that when it comes to our sense of human touch are like elephants, keeps track of the sounds they produce more powerful emotional impact about us and joins stunt coordinator Marc Cass for a dramatic unity and experience as the organs of balance, let us know how we’re being a jerk around and even upside down.Specialty real human beings is to check each other. We are very good at it, we do it without even being aware of it. With the help of the latest eye-tracking technology and scientists from the University of Sussex, committed volunteers are what your eyes really catch up. We are also very experienced in measuring the depth and distance. Nigel discover how the best players in baseball to manage the monitoring of a ball coming toward them at high speed. This ability is an extreme example of the basic hand / eye coordination that we all acquire as we grow.

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Bizarre Breeding – Weird Nature Documentary
Bizarre Breeding – Weird Nature Documentary

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An unusual and intriguing look into strange breeding behaviors in the world around us. This thirty minute long documentary goes through some of the most unbelievable breeding acts on both land and in water.

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Life Of The Cold Blooded
Life Of The Cold Blooded

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This is the last of the David Attenborough series of documentaries about the natural world and this sequel leaves us with the hope that, eventually,there will be more of these amazing documentaries made. Once again, Attenborough delivers, in his own distinctive manner, a view of the surrounding world in his own characteristic way. His style has been described as gentle and discreet. This documentary looks at reptiles and amphibians, bringing into focus a number of creatures of all shapes and sizes. Throughout the episodes that comprise the series, the filmmakers delve into the life and deeds of their subjects with a very impressive camera work, which bring to our screens the things that were simply never seen before. At the time of the screening of this documentary, David Attenborough was 81. However he was still involved with the BBC, through assistance in the Natural History Unit and involvement in the projects Nature's Great Events, Life and Frozen Planet as a narrator.Watch this, state of the art, documentary and enjoy the wildlife at its best.

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The World’s Biggest Cave
The World’s Biggest Cave

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There’s a jungle in Vietnam gigantic cavern. A skyscraper would fit well. Listen to the author Mark Jenkins and Boyd Matson National Geographic talking about what might be considered the world’s largest cave, the 2.5-mile Doong Hang Son mountain cave or river, along the border with Vietnam and Laos. Is the world’s largest cave? More than three times the height of Niagara Falls, most Vietnam Mountain River Cave has remained untouched by man until now. Featuring vintage, NGC reveals for the first time in history, striking evidence that this could be the largest cave in the world. Together with renowned expedition leader Howard Limbert, Darryl Granger cave geologist discovered the formula of how the cave was so big.

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The Private Life of Plants
The Private Life of Plants

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The series uses time-lapse sequences extensively to provide knowledge that would otherwise be nearly impossible. Plants live in a different time scale, and although his life is very complex and often surprising, most of it is invisible to humans unless events that happen for months or even years are shown in seconds. Like many traditional wildlife documentaries, which makes almost no use of computer animation. The series also discusses fungi, but as noted, they do not belong to the realm of plants.The mechanisms of evolution are taught transparently, showing the advantages of different types of plant behavior in action.Adaptations are often complex, as is evident that the environment to which plants must adapt not only understands the soil, water and climate, but also from other plants, fungi, insects and other animals and even humans . The series shows that the strategies of cooperation are often much more effective than predators, as they often lead to prey developing methods of self defense – from plants growing spikes to insects learning to recognize the mime . However, humans can avoid all these rules of nature, so Attenborough concludes with a call to preserve plants, for the sake of self-preservation.

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Baraka
Baraka

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The name of a Sufi word that translates roughly as the breath of life or a blessing, Baraka Ron Fricke’s impressive follow-up non-verbal documentary film Koyaanisqatsi Godfrey Reggio. Fricke was cinematographer and collaborator on Reggio’s film, Baraka and struck out on his own to polish and expand the photographic techniques used on Koyaanisqatsi.The result is a tour de force in 70 mm film directed meditation (Fricke’s own description) shot in 24 countries on six continents in a 14-month period that unites religious ritual, the phenomena of nature and man own destructive powers into a web of moving images. Fricke of the camera ranges, in meditative slow motion or bewildering time period, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, Ryoan-Ji temple in Kyoto, Lake Natron in Tanzania, burning oil fields in Kuwait.The smoldering precipice of an active volcano, a busy subway terminal, tribal celebrations of the Masai in Kenya, chanting monks in the monastery Dip Tse Chok Ling … and so on, through locales throughout the world. To run the time-lapse film-sequences, Fricke had a special camera built that combined time-lapse photography with perfectly controlled movements

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Supersense
Supersense

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You are starting a journey to a world of senses other than your own… We experience life through the five main senses, but even these are better developed in some animals known. Smell your way across an ocean as salmon do. See through the eyes of various aspects of a fly, which is a human hand when he is about to attack. Amazing effects reveal the secrets of animal perception.Episode 1: The Sixth Sense The animals use their senses of human beings who are unaware. Sensitivity to electromagnetic fields of the earth, or time pressure, can be used to aid navigation. Some animals can predict earthquakes. Predators to put these non-lethal ways to use: a shark in the homes of the electricity of the body of its prey, the vampire bats detect infrared radiation from the blood, a rattlesnake and see a picture of the warmth of his victim.Episode 2: The sense view A vulture can detect a carcass from a great distance, four-eyed fish can see above and below the water at the same time, a fly’s multifaceted eye sees a world very different from a human eye, while other insects can see ultraviolet light. And the Lions have an area of the retina that, in fact empathize with their prey.Episode 3: The sense of sound The human ear is limited in scope and are deaf to record a conversation or the elephant under pitched squealing mice. Whales use sound to communicate over hundreds of miles of ocean, while the spiders while listening to the beating of wings of the dam and the kangaroo rat has a sensitive ear can hear strike rattlesnake – and avoid . Birds, in turn, use sound to detect changes in climate and as an aid to navigation. Episode 4: Super Scents The smell is very useful in hunting, protection of a species, mating … and navigation. Petrels use it to find fish in the open sea, springbok issue a “warning” the smell of the herd as an indicator of a predator, salamanders, females inject their aphrodisiac, and epic journey of a salmon in the sea to spawn and die is achieved through their sense of smell.Episode 5: timing Courtship, egg laying, hibernation … The cycles of the earth, moon and sun are the rhythms that govern life. The perception of all animals of time varies according to your heart rate.A shrew lives 30 times faster than an elephant, so the time seems to pass more slowly. Also shown is a rare eruption of 17 years of U.S. cricket.Episode 6: Making Sense The end of the film shows how each animal has a unique view of the world derives from a combination of different senses.The mind creates mental maps of navigational skills, which can also be affected by genetic programming. Other super-senses are the result of the need to hunt or avoid being eaten. The mind decides what skills you need to survive.

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Grizzly Man
Grizzly Man

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For 13 years, Timothy Treadwell spent his summers on the peninsula of Alaska, living among the wild bears in the last five years, recording his life there. His winters were spent visiting elementary schools and making appearances on television, in an effort to educate people about the status of the animals he loved. This continued until October 5, 2003, when Treadwell and his girlfriend were attacked and killed by a bear.Using images of Treadwell, as well as interviews with friends, family and local authorities, the director Werner Herzog crafts a fascinating documentary about his favorite themes: obsession, madness, and man’s place in nature. Herzog, who plays an active role in the film, identifies with Treadwell, even though their world views are at opposite ends of the spectrum.Addressing the camera, Treadwell, who had no formal training with animals, he saw himself as a “kind warrior” who was there to protect the bears from poachers, developers and others who would do them harm. But others saw him as a deluded crackpot, suffering at least from a naivete about her role in the lives of bears. (When waxes poetic Treadwell on a pile of fresh bear dung, it is difficult not to agree with them) … (Barnes & Noble)

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40 Years on Track
40 Years on Track

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"In 1972, the International Railway Union celebrated their 50th anniversary. To mark this jubilee, they created InterRail, a rail pass that allowed travellers to explore Europe freely for the period of 30 days. What started as a mere travel product, became in a new way for European youngsters to not only discover the continent they live in but also interchange with other peoples and cultures, playing also an important role in Europe’s unification and even the resolution of conflicts like the cold war or the Youguslav wars.Filmed in 20 countries, with the testimonials of more than a dozen travelers from different nationalities, this documentary illustrates the impact of the InterRail phenomenon in Europe in the past 40 years."

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A Different Pitch
A Different Pitch

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"A Different Pitch is a documentary film giving a moving and poignant insight into the effect was has on generations.Filmmaker Doug Aubrey follows football coach Scotty Lee undertake a voyage to Kosovo, a country scarred by NATO’s war and inter-ethnic hatred and find a football dream even in the midst of the on-going Balkan war, subtly reminding that Football, the people’s game, is not just a way of life, but can actually help save lives."

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A Life in Japan
A Life in Japan

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"Ever wondered how a life in Japan might be? 19 foreigners share their personal experiences, likes and dislikes. See the country through the eyes of, mostly western, foreign residents, who have lived in Japan between a few months and several decades."

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How to Kill a Human Being
How to Kill a Human Being

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Former Conservative MP, Michael Portillo pushes his body to the brink of death in an investigation into the science of execution.As the American Supreme Court examines whether the lethal injection is causing prisoners to die in unnecessary pain Michael sets out to find a solution which is fundamentally humane. To do this, he examines the primary methods of execution available today, and he discovers why convicts could catch on fire in the electric chair, learns how simple it is to mess up a hanging and inhales a poisonous gas to experience first-hand the terror of the gas chamber.Armed with some startling evidence Michael considers a completely new approach. Will it be the answer? There is only one way of finding out – to experience it himself.

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National Geographic When Aliens Attack
National Geographic When Aliens Attack

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At some point of our lives we considered the life on other planets rather than earth. Every person has a different view and theories about their appearance, behaviour or abilities. But what if that life stood against us? Would we be able to win this extraordinary war? Do we even stand a chance? There's alot of unanswered questions which bother even the greatest planet minds. 'National Geographic – When Aliens Attack' is a documentary created in 2011 with intentions of answering these questions. One thing to remember is that these speculations are just theories created by greatest minds. None of us knows the truth and what's behind outer space life.

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We've picked our top ten Premier League goals from Thierry Henry in the wake of the Arsenal legend's retirement. Do you agree with our choice? For more match action, highlights and training videos, make sure you become a digital member and sign up to Arsenal Player. It's FREE and is the Home of the Game: http://po.st/YTArsenalPlayer Subscribe to the Official Arsenal YouTube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/Arsenal Follow us on Facebook: http://po.st/facebookyt Follow us on Twitter: http://po.st/twitteryt Follow us on Instagram: http://po.st/instagramyt Follow us on Soundcloud: http://po.st/soundcloudyt This is the Official YouTube channel for Arsenal Football Club. This channel will aim to showcase the personality of Arsenal Football Club and give fans more of an insight into what it's like to be at this fantastic club. This channel will look behind the scenes and get closer to the likes of Lukas Podolski, Theo Walcott, Wojciech Szczesny, Jack Wilshere, Mikel Arteta, Olivier Giroud, Santi Cazorla and more. ABOUT ARSENAL FC Arsenal Football Club were formed in 1886. They have amassed 13 League titles, 11 FA Cups and many other major trophies since then. Their greatest players include: Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp, Tony Adams, Ian Wright, Robert Pires, Liam Brady, Cliff Bastin and Charlie George.

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