The 2022 World Cup in Qatar is within reach. ARD, ZDF, and Netflix are taking a closer look at the matter and launching a quota-based attack before launching into the bay.
Dortmund – The 2022 World Cup kicks off in Qatar on Sunday (20 November) at 5pm, with the host country’s opening match against Ecuador. The criticism of the golf tournament is increasing day by day. Public broadcasters ARD and ZDF are currently showing documentaries about the most controversial tournament in football history. Netflix and podcasts are also involved.
2022 World Cup in Qatar – ARD and ZDF show documentaries about the scandalous tournament
Monday (November 14) will be ARD Theme Day for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. According to her own statements, the broadcaster starts the first week of the World Cup with a special day through the media. The focus is on former national player ThomasWärmelsberger.
Around The “ThomasWärmelsberger: Qatar – why only?” report begins. At 8:15 pm.. In the report, the former footballer learns why the World Cup is being held in a country that has nothing to do with football values.
The workers who worked and died on stadium construction sites are just as issue as women’s rights and the oppression of the LGBTQ community. It’s also about the supposed double standards of German politics (more news from celebrities and TV on RUHR24).
Around 21 hours Thomas Warmelsberger, who came out as gay in 2014, is a guest speaker “Hard but fair” With broker Frank Blasberg. Around 10:50pm follows “The Story in the First: World Cup of Lies – How FIFA Praises Qatar!” According to ARD, the film directed by Philip Sommer and Ramin Sina aims to examine and interrogate advertising messages from host country Qatar and FIFA.
Qatar 2022 World Cup: ARD runs full force for a full day on November 14
Around At 11:20 p.m. comes the real criminal satire “Infantino’s hairdresser – Leo Marchetti and the FIFA billions”. Comedian Uli Dietrich wrote the play while in front of the camera himself. In addition, there are other informative shows via podcast, radio or third-party programs on ARD Theme Day in Qatar:
- Weltspiegel podcast – three special editions at ARD Audiothek
- ARD Radio Research Sport: False promises for the 2022 World Cup? Women are still discriminated against (Bayerischer Rundfunk radio broadcasts
- Reporter opinion poll about the World Cup (Radio Bremen)
- Watch or boycott? Controversial World Cup (NRD Inforadio)
- 5.15pm on the first – Explosives (MDR) – contributions to Qatar Day
- 10:15 PM in Phoenix – “Unter den Linden” – Political debate on Qatar.
- Tagesschau24 – Discussing partners from current affairs and sports on the topic of Qatar
In the ZDF channel broadcast Thursday (10 November) at 1.30 am the documentary “Geheimsache Qatar”. Outside. Jochen Breyer and Julia Friedrich traveled to Qatar and were able to talk to various heroes. The focus is on the question of how Qatar managed to carry out this coup to bring the World Cup to the country. The According to the broadcaster, the documents will be available in the ZDF media library by Monday (November 14) Available.
On Thursday’s November 10 episode, Breyer and Fredericks told “Apocalypse and Filter Coffee” coordinator Mickey Besienherz that all but one of the clichés around the country have generally come true. Contrary to popular belief in Europe, Qatar has many football fans who love the game.
Other issues such as homophobia, misogyny, or the questionable treatment of workers from a Western perspective are more present than ever. The documentary “Geheimsache Qatar” has received good reviews from various media such as Süddeutsche Zeitung, watson.de and Spiegel.
Qatar 2022 World Cup: ZDF Documents Available in Media Library – Netflix also broadcasts its own show
Other media outlets have also dealt extensively with the Qatar 2022 World Cup. Since Wednesday, November 9, the highly praised documents have become like this. FIFA revealed on Netflix Back. Also one launched in August Seven-part podcast “Beyond Qatar – The Story of the World Cup Scandal”. From meinsportpodcast.de it has been favorably mentioned by many other media and podcasters.
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