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Richard Hammond Comes Under Fire From Viewers For Gay Ice Cream Joke On 'The Grand Tour'


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‘The Grand Tour’ presenter Richard Hammond has come under fire from viewers, after describing ice cream as a food only for gay people during the latest episode of the Amazon Prime series.

Richard HammondRichard Hammond’s bizarre ice cream comment has angered ‘The Grand Tour’ viewers

Hammond’s bizarre comment came during a segment where he chatted with fellow presenters Jeremy Clarkson and James May about a Rolls Royce, in front of a live studio audience.

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Jeremy Clarkson Claims He Was Barred From Flight By Airport Worker


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Jeremy Clarkson has claimed he was barred from boarding a flight in Stuttgart, Germany by an angry airport worker.

Speaking to The Sun, ‘The Grand Tour’ host claimed an Argentinian airport employee shouted at him “I’m from Argentina so f*** you!”, as he prevented him and co-hosts Richard Hammond and James May from boarding.

However a spokesman for Stuttgart Airport disputed Clarkson’s version of events and said the host had missed several calls for his flight and that the employee in question is Spanish, not Argentinian.

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Amazon Prepares To Launch 'The Grand Tour' With Crashed Cars In London And Berlin


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Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May’s long-awaited new show ‘The Grand Tour’ finally hits Amazon Prime this Friday.

To promote the show’s launch, the streaming service are continuing the trio’s tradition of pulling stunts, by leaving ‘crashed’ cars in London and Berlin.

First Trailer For Jeremy Clarkson's 'The Grand Tour' Released


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There’s just over a month to go until Jeremy Clarkson’s long-awaited ‘The Grand Tour’ finally makes its debut, and the public has now gotten its first proper taste of the new motoring series with a brand new trailer.

Opening in a drizzly car park at a British racetrack, the 94-second clip features a broken arm, tanks blowing up vans and Clarkson trying to lead a camel up a ramp.

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Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond And James May Appear On James Corden's Show


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As the former presenters of ‘Top Gear’ they were probably one of Britain’s most famous entertainment exports, but now Jeremy Clarkson and his colleagues Richard Hammond and James May have appeared on James Corden’s ‘Late Late Show’ in the US ahead of their new series ‘The Grand Tour’.

The trio are launching their massively anticipated new motoring series ‘The Grand Tour’ on Amazon Prime in just over a month’s time.

Ahead of the grand unveiling, they appeared in a ‘Carpool Karaoke’-style segment on the late night chat show where they raced cars around a desert track, and answered questions from their fellow Brit James Corden.

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Jeremy Clarkson's 'The Grand Tour' Launch Date Revealed


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The much-anticipated new motoring show from Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May finally has a release date. The first episode of ‘The Grand Tour’ will be made available on Amazon Prime from November 18th.

The new show’s maiden episode will be 70 minutes in length, and will partly be filmed in California next month, with one section of the episode already shot in Johannesburg in South Africa.

New episodes of ‘The Grand Tour’ will then be released every Friday for 12 weeks. Revealing the launch date, Amazon has uploaded a 30-second teaser trailer to YouTube.

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Accidental Wedding Crasher Jeremy Clarkson Ends Up In The Middle Of Danny Dyer's Big Day


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Of all the hotels Jeremy Clarkson could have checked in to for a quiet weekend in Hampshire, he picked the one where Danny Dyer was hosting his wedding bash. The presenter accidentally found himself in the middle of Dyer’s all-night wedding party over the weekend, at the five-star Chewton Glen hotel in Hampshire.

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According to The Sun, Jeremy was just looking to relax during a break from his hectic filming schedule for ‘The Grand Tour’ and was stunned to find himself in the middle of Dyer’s wedding to longtime girlfriend Jo Mas.

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Former BBC Director General Says Jeremy Clarkson Shouldn't Have Been Sacked


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Former BBC Director General Mark Thompson has said that the BBC should not have sacked Jeremy Clarkson, because he was someone they could not afford to lose. While Thompson admitted Clarkson often rubs people the wrong way, he said that the presenter attracted viewers to the BBC who didn't find anything else for them on the station.

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Speaking to The Sunday Times Thompson said: “Clarkson can be a deeply objectionable individual, and I say that as a friend. I don’t think people should punch their colleagues. It’s hard to keep them if they do."

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Jeremy Clarkson Is Nervous About Filming 'The Grand Tour'


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He’s filmed in front of a live audience thousands of times in his career, but former ‘Top Gear’ host Jeremy Clarkson has admitted he’s nervous about the recording of his new Amazon motoring series ‘The Grand Tour’. Clarkson will be fronting the show with his former ‘Top Gear’ colleagues James May and Richard Hammond and filming was scheduled to being in South Africa on Friday.

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Wiring in his weekly column for The Sun, Clarkson said: "We've done it hundreds of times. It should be easy. I should be relaxed. But tomorrow, in a field just outside Johannesburg, James May, Richard Hammond and I will record the first studio segment for our new show, 'The Grand Tour'. And I don’t mind telling you. I’m crapping myself.”

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James May And Jeremy Clarkson Reportedly "Chuffed" At Chris Evans' Departure From 'Top Gear'


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Former ‘Top Gear’ presenters Jeremy Clarkson and James May are said to be rather pleased that the beleaguered Chris Evans announced his departure from the re-vamped BBC show earlier this week, with the latter saying he was “very chuffed” at Evans’ failure.

May and Clarkson, along with co-presenter Richard Hammond, have been filming an episode of their upcoming Amazon Prime show ‘The Grand Tour’ in the northern Italian city this week. On Monday, Evans resigned as presenter of the new ‘Top Gear’ after it flopped in the ratings, and the two ex-presenters are reportedly having a laugh about it when told.

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Jeremy Clarkson's New Amazon Prime Show 'The Grand Tour' Coming To The UK


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After the low ratings suffered by the re-vamped ‘Top Gear’ over the last six weeks, that have already claimed one career casualty in the shape of Chris Evans, attention is now turning to the long-awaited rival Amazon Prime series fronted by Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May.

Following last month’s announcement that their show ‘The Grand Tour’ would be kicking off in the South African city of Johannesburg, Amazon Prime has announced that the programme would be filming in the UK at some point.

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Jeremy Clarkson And James May Finally Agree On One Thing - Staying In The EU


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Former Top Gear presenters Jeremy Clarkson and James May were known for their difference of opinion on the motoring show but the pair have come together for one thing and admitted it may the only thing they have ever agreed on: the UK remaining in the EU.

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The duo gave Prime Minister David Cameron a guide around their TV production company which is in the final stages of perfecting their new Amazon Prime show, The Grand Tour, which will also include former Top Gear presenter Richard Hammond.

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Is A Video Of Jeremy Clarkson Assembling A Box More Entertaining Than The New 'Top Gear'?


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Jeremy Clarkson’s new Amazon Prime series which will rival ‘Top Gear’ hasn't even premiered yet, but the host has found another way of stealing the spotlight from Chris Evans. On Twitter Clarkson has shared a video of himself trying to assemble a cardboard DHL box, which according to fans was more entertaining to watch than the new ‘Top Gear’.

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Jeremy Clarkson's New Amazon Prime Show Finally Has A Name - And It Isn't 'Gear Knobs'


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After many months of agonising, the new Amazon Prime motoring show fronted by former ‘Top Gear’ presenters Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May finally has a name – ‘The Grand Tour’.

On Wednesday afternoon (May 11th), Clarkson wrote on Twitter: “Start the smoke. We have a name”. The title was then revealed, apparently a reference to their intention to host each episode in a different city across the world and the copious number of filming locations already used - including northern Africa, Barbados, Portugal and London.

“So, the Grand Tour (GT for short) will come from a tent, which we will put up in a different location every week. Your town?” another tweet read soon afterwards.

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Chris Evans Calls Jeremy Clarkson's 'Top Gear' Sacking Bizarre


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‘Top Gear’ host Chris Evans has described the sacking of his predecessor Jeremy Clarkson as ‘bizarre’. Clarkson was fired from the BBC show last year, after a ‘fracas’ in which he punched producer Oisin Tymon, but Evans said he’s surprised that it was that incident which ended his ‘Top Gear’ run.

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"What is fascinating is that he went for what he went for, considering what had gone on before,” Evans told GQ. If you look at the chronology of controversy of 'Top Gear' over the last five or six years, it is bizarre that he went for losing his rag over his dinner when there had been international incidents before that…”

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Jeremy Clarkson Details Woes Of Naming New Amazon Prime Series


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Jeremy Clarkson has revealed he's spent thousands of pounds consulting lawyers while trying to come up with a name for his new Amazon Prime series and he’s still no closer to finding a title. Writing in his column for the Sunday Times, Clarkson said most of his suggestions have been ruled out by legal advisors who say they have already been trademarked.

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“I spend at least six hours a day in my office — which is insured and smoke-free and resplendent with potted plants — sucking creatively on a corporate Biro as I wait for the daily 3pm ‘Anything yet?’ phone call from Amazon in Los Angeles,” he wrote.

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Jeremy Clarkson Shares Epic Throwback Pic With James May And Richard Hammond


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Jeremy Clarkson has posted an epic throwback picture, showing just how much he and co-presenters James May and Richard Hammond have changed over the past few decades. The trio, who are still working on a name for their upcoming Amazon Prime show, sported some dodgy haircuts and made some questionable fashion choices back in the 80s, but fans can decide which one came out looking the worst.

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Jeremy Clarkson, James May And Richard Hammond Still Can't Find A Name For New Amazon Prime Show


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Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond have released their first promo video for their new Amazon Prime show, which still doesn't have a name. In the video the trio are seen trying desperately to brainstorm a title, so they can stop calling it ‘Currently Unnamed TV Show’.

Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond The former ‘Top Gear’ presenters are having trouble naming their new TV show.

Filmed ‘somewhere in London’ the promo shows the three presenters sitting together and offering up some ideas for what the show could be titled. "It's been months - we still have no name. Well how long can we keep calling it 'currently unnamed TV show’?" Clarkson says.

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Publicity Stunt Or Real Danger? Jeremy Clarkson Shares Picture Of Bloodied Face After Filming For New Series


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Jeremy Clarkson took to twitter on Friday (April 1st) to share a shocking image of his blackened and bloodied face, after filming a dangerous new stunt for his upcoming Amazon Prime series. But some fans questioned the authenticity of Clarkson’s pic and wondered if it was all just a publicity stunt.

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Chris Evans Describes Former 'Top Gear' Hosts As Zippy, Bungle And George


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New ‘Top Gear’ presenter Chris Evans has hit out at the show’s former hosts, Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond, labelling them ‘Zippy, Bungle and George’. Evans did not say which of the former hosts was each ‘Rainbow’ character, but it seems the battle lines have been drawn between Evans' 'Top Gear' and the trio's new Amazon show.

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Writing in his Mail on Sunday column Evans said: “Today I will be mostly on my travels again, this time going to Venice with That Car Show,” (via The Daily Star). "Good title, don’t you think? For a car show.”

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Jeremy Clarkson Says He Still Holds A Grudge Against BBC Executive


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Former ‘Top Gear’ host Jeremy Clarkson has said he still holds a grudge against the BBC, a year on from his sacking. Speaking to The Times, Clarkson singled out former director of television Danny Cohen, saying the two repeatedly clashed, even over the death of the presenter’s mother.

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“Danny and I were, and I suspect will remain for ever, very far apart on every single thing," Clarkson said. “Normally you could find some common ground with somebody but I think Danny and I could probably get on perfectly well so long as we absolutely never had to think about each other for the rest of time.”

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Jeremy Clarkson Posts Picture Of Car "Accident" While Filming Amazon Show In Barbados


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Fans of Jeremy Clarkson’s reign on ‘Top Gear’ can be assured that the new Amazon Prime show will be as excessively silly as ever, after the presenter posted photographic evidence of a car wreck he was involved in during filming in Barbados.

The disgraced former BBC presenter, who was sacked after the legendary ‘fracas’ with a producer which occurred almost exactly a year ago on the last series of ‘Top Gear’, admitted that he wrote off one of the cars he was driving while shooting the new big-budget Amazon Prime series on the Caribbean island with trusty colleagues Richard Hammond and James May.

Jeremy Clarkson Issues Apology To Former 'Top Gear' Producer


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Jeremy Clarkson has issued an apology to former ‘Top Gear’ producer Oisin Tymon, after settling a £100,000 racial discrimination and personal injury claim. Clarkson is said to have punched Tymon and left him with a bloody lip after an altercation at a hotel in North Yorkshire during the filming of ‘Top Gear’ last March.

Jeremy ClarksonJeremy Clarkson has issued an apology to former ‘Top Gear’ producer Oisin Tymon.

In a statement issued through his lawyers Slater & Gordon, Clarkson said: "I would like to say sorry, once again, to Oisin Tymon for the incident and its regrettable aftermath. I want to reiterate that none of this was in any way his fault.”

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James May Says BBC Was "Harsh" To Broadcast 'Top Gear' Best Of Episodes


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Former ‘Top Gear’ presenter James May has criticised the BBC for broadcasting two ‘best of’ episodes over the Christmas period, just as new presenter Chris Evans is struggling to revive the motoring show without its star presenters later this year.

May, who will be unveiling the new, as yet untitled show alongside Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond on Amazon Prime later in 2016, spoke to the Radio Times about his thoughts on the revived ‘Top Gear’ when it returns this year. He described the decision to air the special compilation ‘Top Gear: From A to Z’ episodes as “harsh”.

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'Cigarettes And Gravy-Mix Delivered By Helicopter': Jeremy Clarkson's Diva Demands


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Jeremy Clarkson reportedly made some serious diva-style demands during a stay in Auckland, New Zealand. Accommodation manager Ed Coutts has spilled on some of the former ‘Top Gear’ host's outlandish requests, which included gravy-mix and cigarettes delivered by helicopter.

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Speaking to the New Zealand Heard, Coutts said that during one of Clarkson’s visits to Auckland's Waiheke Island, he sent a helicopter to Auckland for things like cigarettes, gravy-mix and even a Monopoly game when the local shops were closed.

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Chris Evans Confirms When 'Top Gear' Will Be Back On Our Screens


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New ‘Top Gear’ host Chris Evans has confirmed when the relaunched series will be back on the BBC. The presenter is currently filming for the new series, after landing the gig following the departure of Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond.

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Speaking on BBC show, 'Saturday Kitchen' with James Martin, Evans revealed that the show will return on May 5th, next year. The presenter also added that the team had "already started making the films" and that "the films are good".

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Jeremy Clarkson Is Back On The Beeb At Christmas


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There was one point in Jeremy Clarkson’s career where no one thought he would ever be de-throned from his top spot at the BBC. Fast forward a few months and a fracas later and Clarkson at the BBC seems more unlikely than Clarkson in a bad car.

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However, fans of the former Top Gear presenter will get a chance to see the lanky chap back on the Beeb as part of a Top Gear Christmas special - featuring all of the best bits from the show fronted by Clarkson, May and Hammond.

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Spot At Hotel Where Jeremy Clarkson Punched 'Top Gear' Producer Marked With Plaque


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The North Yorkshire hotel that played host to the infamous ‘fracas’ that ended Jeremy Clarkson’s career with ‘Top Gear’ and the BBC earlier this year has been given a commemorative plaque by one of its guests marking the brawl.

Simonstone Hall, which was ‘Top Gear’s base for a few days during filming of the last series back in March 2015, became the centre of a media storm when it emerged that Clarkson had punched Oisin Tymon, one of the show’s producers, after an argument about the lack of hot food at the end of a day of filming escalated into a loud barrage of abuse and then violence from the presenter.

Clarkson was then suspended, and later dropped, by the BBC as an internal investigation concluded that his behaviour warranted his contract not being renewed upon expiry, and as of May the 55 year old was free to go elsewhere.

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James May Reckons The Revived 'Top Gear' Will Be A "Credible Rival" To Amazon Show


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Though he’s just commenced filming the much-talked about Amazon Prime series along with Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond, former ‘Top Gear’ co-presenter James May reckons that whatever the BBC comes up with in their absence will be a “credible rival” for their own show.

The 52 year old former BBC presenter, who along with Hammond followed Clarkson out of the door at the network after the latter was sacked following the infamous ‘fracas’ in March, appeared on ITV’s ‘This Morning’ and said that he wasn’t concerned about the competition from their former employers, according to the Mirror.

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Jeremy Clarkson And BBC Being Sued By 'Top Gear' Producer For Racial Discrimination And Personal Injury


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The producer assaulted by Jeremy Clarkson in the now-infamous fracas that led to the presenter’s expulsion from ‘Top Gear’ is suing the BBC and Clarkson himself for more than £100,000 for racial discrimination and personal injury.

Lawyers for Oisin Tymon, the 36 year old Irish producer punched by Clarkson during the incident, attended the Central London Employment Tribunal on Friday (November 13th) in a preliminary hearing alongside legal representatives for the network. Clarkson, who is setting up his own motoring show with former ‘Top Gear’ colleagues Richard Hammond and James May, was not required to attend.

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Jeremy Clarkson - Jeremy Clarkson outside ITV Studios - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 1st October 2015

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Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May - 'Clarkson, Hammond & May Live' at the Allphones Arena in Sydney at Allphones Arena - Sydney, Australia - Saturday 25th July 2015

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Jeremy Clarkson - Jeremy Clarkson out and about in Notting Hill - London, United Kingdom - Monday 6th July 2015

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Jeremy Clarkson - Jeremy Clarkson out and about walking in Mayfair - London, United Kingdom - Monday 29th June 2015

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Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, James May Close To Netflix Deal


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Richard Hammond and James May are to reject a £4 million from the BBC to return to Top Gear and will instead re-join Jeremy Clarkson for a new project at Netflix. A source claims the trio, along with executive producer Andy Wilman are "very close" to signing a big money deal with the streaming service.

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The trio have actually been in talks with several outlets including ITV though Netflix is believed to be the preferred destination for a brand new show, according to the Daily Mirror.

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Jeremy Clarkson To Return To Screens For First Time Since 'Top Gear' Sacking, On Channel 4's 'TFI Friday' Special


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Jeremy Clarkson is set to make his return to television nearly three months after he was sacked, on Chris Evans’ Channel 4 special ‘TFI Friday’ on June 12th. However, contrary to rumours doing the rounds, Evans is not making a film for ‘Top Gear’.

On Sunday, the radio DJ sparked a frenzy of speculation that he was to take over the vacant presenting spot on BBC2, after he told Tim Lovejoy on C4’s ‘Sunday Brunch’ that he was making a “secret ‘Top Gear’ film. However, the BBC confirmed on Monday (June 8th) that whatever Evans was up to, the ‘film’ hadn’t been commissioned by them.

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Jeremy Clarkson - 'Clarkson, Hammond & May Live' at the Motorpoint Arena Sheffield at Sheffield Arena - Sheffield, United Kingdom - Friday 5th June 2015

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Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond - 'Clarkson, Hammond & May Live' at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast at Odyssey Arena - Belfast, United Kingdom - Friday 22nd May 2015

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Jeremy Clarkson, Mark Hammond and Richard May - Clarkson, Hammond and May live, from the Odyssey Arena in Belfast - Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom - Friday 22nd May 2015

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Jeremy Clarkson - Jeremy Clarkson appears on the Chris Evans Breakfast Show to see off some of the drivers and cars on the '10 Go Mad in Monaco' trip. at BBC Portland Place - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 21st May 2015

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Jeremy Clarkson - Jeremy Clarkson arrives at the BBC Radio 2 studios - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 21st May 2015

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Jeremy Clarkson - A host of stars were snapped as they arrived to the 2015 Vanity Fair Party which was held at the Ivy Club in London, United Kingdom - Thursday 14th May 2015

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Jeremy Clarkson - Jeremy Clarkson out in West London - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 28th April 2015

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Jeremy Clarkson To Return To The BBC, Says Head Of BBC Two


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Kim Shillinglaw, the head of BBC Two and BBC Four who has the task of replacing Jeremy Clarkson on Top Gear, says the former host has not been banned by the corporation and could return. 

Jeremy ClarksonJeremy Clarkson could return to the BBC, according to a top boss at the corporation

Clarkson was sacked by the BBC after assaulting Top Gear producer Oisin Tymon over a row over catering.

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Jeremy Clarkson - Jeremy Clarkson lunges his luggage trolley at photographers at Heathrow Airport, after returning from Istanbul - London, United Kingdom - Monday 20th April 2015

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Jeremy Clarkson - Jeremy Clarkson seen outy in London - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 14th April 2015

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Shots of the now former Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson as he arrived home not looking too happy after the BBC announced they had sacked him in London, United Kingdom - Thursday 26th March 2015

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Jeremy Clarkson Sacked By BBC, Chris Evans Denies 'Top Gear' Rumours


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Jeremy Clarkson's contract will not be renewed by the BBC after the presenter was involved in a fracas with a producer of the motoring show Top Gear. 

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The results of the internal inquiry will be officially announced on Wednesday though director general Tony Hall is understood to have come to the conclusion that he has "little alternative" but to end Clarkson's hitherto untouchable reign at the corporation.

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Shots of currently suspended BBC Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson as he goes for a bike ride out and about in London, United Kingdom - Monday 23rd March 2015

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Frankie Boyle Likens Jeremy Clarkson To A "Tumour" That "Needs To Be Removed"


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Frankie Boyle is the latest celebrity to lay into Jeremy Clarkson, calling him a “tumour” and saying he “needs to be removed” at the Edinburgh International Television Festival.

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He said that Clarkson “comes from a very bad place and the reason he's tolerated is that he's recognised by people in power … in fact he's a friend of [David] Cameron's,” according to the The Guardian. He added: “He's in there like a f***ing growth and he should be removed because he's horrible. Sack him because he's a cultural tumour.”

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Frankie Boyle Calls On BBC To Sack "Culture Tumour" Jeremy Clarkson


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It was always going to be a typically irrelevant performance, but even the most fervent fans of Frankie Boyle may have been caught off-guard by the veracity of his takedown of the right-wing media and its associates during a talk at the Guardian Edinburgh International Television Festival.

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The Glaswegian comic went on the attack from the get-go, tackling the subject of Jeremy Clarkson and his apology for mumbling the N-word during a Top Gear recording.

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Jeremy Clarkson Racism: So What Happens Now?


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The most pointless announcement in the history of the Internet was made yesterday when Ofcom said Jeremy Clarkson had purposely used a racist epithet to describe another human being. Everyone knows the Top Gear presenter says those things.

Jeremy ClarksonJeremy Clarkson: officially said racist stuff, according to Ofcom

“That is a proud moment ... but ... there is a slope on it.” Hammond said: “You are right ... [pointing] ... it is definitely higher on that side,” he exclaimed to his little partner in (racially offensive language) crime. But what exactly happens to the BBC stalwart now?

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Ofcom Condemns Clarkson And Top Gear Over Racial Slur


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The BBC has come under fire after it was ruled that Jeremy Clarkson “deliberately” used racist terminology during ‘Top Gear’’s Burma special.

Broadcast in March this year, the presenter along with his co-hosts Richard Hammond and James May were set a challenge to build a bridge over the River Kwai in order to reach Thailand.

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Clarkson and Top Gear are in hot water with media regulator Ofcom

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Jeremy Clarkson's Chequered History With Not Saying Racist Things


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One Google search for “Jeremy Clarkson racist” will throw up 917,000 results. And there’s a reason for that. The controversial BBC presenter has had more than his fair share of chances when it comes to blurting out bigoted comments, the latest being the whole “eeny, meeny, miny, moe catch a n-word by his toe” debacle.

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But it’s okay; he didn’t mean to say the n-word. He tried not to say it, but he just couldn’t stop it sounding like he maybe didn’t not say it. Sort of. The BBC doesn’t care either, reportedly handing him a new contract worth loads of money that’ll keep him hosting Top Gear with his mates, who also like to say incredibly racist things and get away with it, too.

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Racism? What Racism? Jeremy Clarkson Negotiating Mammoth £12m BBC Deal


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The BBC seems to have an inexplicable soft spot for Jeremy Clarkson, the man many consider to be guilty of multiple racist remarks. It’s almost impossible to write a non-bias story on the man, especially when he’s being rewarded for years of translucent bigotry with a shiny new, £12m contract from the BBC, the U.K’s non-bias, tax-funded, license fee-demanding broadcaster.

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The new deal, according to The Sunday People’s source, is “being worked on right now” and would keep Clarkson in the driving seat at Top Gear until 2018. “There is no question of Jeremy’s deal not being renewed,” added this source. “The top executives want him signed up as soon as possible. We are all very excited that Top Gear as we know it will be with us for three more years from 2015.”

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BBC DJ David Lowe Sacked Over 'N-Word' While Jeremy Clarkson Lives On


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Local BBC Radio DJ David Lowe has lost his job after he inadvertently played a song that contained the ‘n-word’. He said he was unaware that a 1932 version of ‘The Sun Has Got His Hat On’ included the racist epithet. Meanwhile, Jeremy Clarkson still has his job at the BBC, despite recently having to apologise for using the same word – whether he meant to or not, bizarrely.

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"I offered to apologise or to fall on my sword," explained Devon DJ Lowe. "Unfortunately the BBC decided on the latter option. I don't have any quarrels with any of my colleagues. It's the system of political correctness which has turned this into a rather badly-handled affair. I think we're all too ready to bow to political correctness. One feels one is following a verbal tightrope, even in casual conversation."

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BBC DJ Dave Lowe Loses Job For Playing Racist Song - Err, Jeremy Clarkson?


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A veteran BBC local radio DJ has been sacked for playing a song from 1932 that contained the n-word. Devon DJ David Lowe, 68, said he was unaware that an old version of The Sun Has Got His Hat On included the word and called it an "innocent mistake."

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He said BBC bosses declined his idea of an on-air apology and he was forced to leave. The BBC said it accepted that the situation could have been handled better and offered Mr Lowe his job back - he declined.

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Jeremy Clarkson Reportedly Facing Divorce As Ex Wife Weighs In


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Things are only getting worse for ‘Top Gear’ presenter Jeremy Clarkson, who is now reportedly facing the end of his 21 year marriage in the wake of racism allegations.

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Frances Clarkson is reportedly planning to divorce the controversial presenter after she was spotted on holiday in Majorca supposedly “toasting the end of her marriage.”

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'Top Gear' Presenter Jeremy Clarkson To Divorce Wife Of 21 Years


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Jeremy Clarkson’s wife, Frances, is allegedly divorcing him after 21 years of marriage. This is the latest blow for the Top Gear presenter, who recently came under fire after supposedly using the ’N-word’ on camera. He has vehemently denied use of the word.

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The couple are said to have been going through a rough patch for a while now, perhaps in response to allegations that Clarkson has indulged in numerous adulterous relationships. They have been living separately for three years now, despite trying to make the marriage work.

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Jeremy Clarkson Says Racist Remark Was "Entirely Innocent"


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Jeremy Clarkson has come forward and claimed his recent racial slur was "entirely innocent."

The 54 year-old TV presenter was caught using the N-word in a clip that was published by The Mirror.

Clarkson appears to recite the beginning of the children's nursery rhyme, "Eeeny, meeny, miny, moe," before appearing to mumble, "catch a ni--er by his toe."

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How Many Accusations Of Racism Can Jeremy Clarkson Get Away With?


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You have to be very careful when talking about stars and their alleged racism. But Jeremy Clarkson has been accused of being racist so many times; one begins to wonder how long the BBC is going to put up with it. The latest has seen the controversial presenter deny using the word “nigger”.

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Full disclosure: we thought about starring the word out, but we’re not calling anyone it, and we don’t condone the use of it. By starring the word out, you put it in someone else’s head without actually saying it. So in the interest of clarity, Jeremy Clarkson is accused of saying the word, and denies it on Twitter. His mates are backing him too.

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So, Did Jeremy Clarkson Use The N-Word, Or Not?


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Jeremy Clarkson is under fire again after the Daily Mirror accused him of using the word "nigger" in previously unbroadcast footage from his BBC programme Top Gear. The presenter strongly denies the allegations. In footage published on the newspaper's website, Clarkson appears to recite the beginning of  the children's nursery rhyme, "Eeeny, meeny, miny, moe." before appearing to mumble, "Catch a nigger by his toe."

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The BBC has launched an urgent investigation into the allegations, with Clarkson's job believed to be on the line.

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Another Offensive Jeremy Clarkson Remark, To Join These Other Offensive Jeremy Clarkson Remarks


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He’s at it again! Jeremy Clarkson is back to his old offensive tricks, this time he’s been called out for referring to an Asian man as a ‘slope’. During an episode of Clarkson’s successful BBC show Top Gear, the presenter made the joke regarding a bridge in Thailand, as well as a local Asian man who was crossing the bridge. The word ‘slope’ is considered an ethnic slur and Clarkson’s use of it has resulted in a public outcry from viewers in response to his racist remark.

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It’s not the first time that Clarkson has been called out for insulting someone or another. The presenter seems to lack an internal filter. Here’s just a few examples of past Clarkson-isms.

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Top Gear Producer Sorry For Jeremy Clarkson's Burma Remarks


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The executive producer of Top Gear has expressed regret for a remark made by Jeremy Clarkson during the show's Burma special in March. The presenter used the word "slope" as an Asian man crossed a newly built bridge over the River Kwai in Thailand.

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Producer Andy Wilman said it had been a "joke referencing both the build quality of the bridge and the local Asian man who was crossing it," adding, "We regret any offence caused."

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Piers Morgan And Jeremy Clarkson To Fight In Ring After Twitter Spat?


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Piers Morgan and Jeremy Clarkson - probably two of Britain's most polarising television personalities - have engaged in yet another Twitter spat. Of course by polarising we mean hated and by Twitter spat we mean THE MOTHER OF ALL TWITTER SPATS.

In a recent column for the Dail Mail, Morgan described the moment Top Gear presenter Clarkson interrupted a conversation he was having with Justin Timberlake, Samuel L Jackson and Pharell Williams at the GQ Men of the Year awards. It went like this:

"Evening, Clarkson,' I chuckled.

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Benedict Cumberbatch Punches Jeremy Clarkson On 'Top Gear' (Sort Of)


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Benedict Cumberbatch has only gone and done what millions of Britons have longed to do for years. Nope, it's not star in a Star Trek reboot. It's not play Sherlock Holmes. It is, of course, give Jeremy Clarkson a great big punch to the gut.

Ok, so he didn't quite do that, though the British actor gave the presenter a stage combat demonstration during an interview for Top Gear, which aired on BBC Two last night (July 14, 2013).

When Cumberbatch joked how he couldn't do Clarkson's job - after smashing up his Mini - the presenter responding by admitting he could never be an actor, "I've no idea how to fly a spaceship or punch anyone. Or act."

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Jeremy Clarkson And Danny Baker's Great Album Showdown Turns Into Snoredown


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Showdown or snoozefest? It was an odd match up by BBC4 to pit Danny Baker with Jeremy Clarkson in an attempt to fight their way through some of the greatest albums ever made. Whilst Baker has the sort of indie reputation that makes him a darling for these sort of things, Top Gear presenter Clarkson isn’t really known for a sharp ear and a perceptive critique – not when it comes to music anyway. Surely there was going to be a bit of a lack of chemistry.

And so it proved. There was no showdown at all, just a rather tedious procession of Clarkson – as well as other guests, including Blur producer Stephen Street and music critic Kate Mossman – gave their opinions, unchallenged by Baker. Don’t get us wrong, Danny Baker is a most righteous fellow, but he didn’t bring that side of him to the table last night (February 5, 2013). The whole point of the program was to see which 12 albums would make it into the probably not that prestigious Showdown Dozen. Clarkson’s choice of Supetramp’s Crime Of The Century managed to cruise into the dozen, whilst Baker’s love of Frank Zappa saw two of his albums included.

All in all though? A disappointing show, with The Guardian concurring, writing “Where was the promised showdown? Having talked up the idea of the LP era as a heated debate between stoned music nerds over which was the best Led Zep track (Since I've Been Loving You, since you asked) or whether the Beatles were better than the Stones (definitely not),Danny Baker presided over one of the most polite discussions in television history.” Quite.

How IPlayer Is Taking Over The On-Demand World, One Tablet At A Time


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2012 saw iPlayer's requests for viewing jump enormously, by 300,000,000 views. Throughout 2012 year it received 2.32 billion requests for both televison and radio programming services, but over one quarter of those were for phones or tablets, the BBC reports.

The big hitter for the year was the Olympic ceremony as the most requested item, garnering 3.3 million requests. Not too far behind was the 2.8million requests for the banterous car magazine show, Top Gear, from Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May. 

Continuing a trend that has developed since its conception 5 years ago, December was the most popular month for the on-demand service, but got a 23% rise in requests on 2011, which is an impressive leap. The season's most popular shows on iPlayer were Doctor Who, EastEnders and Miranda. 

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Jeremy Clarkson Set For Huge Windfall In Top Gear Deal


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Top Gear presenters Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond have signed a new deal, ensuring Top Gear’s future for the next three years. The deal is likely to involve a huge windfall for Clarkson in particular, with BBC Worldwide now taking full control of his lucrative company ‘Bedder 6’

Clarkson has become the highest paid BBC star, earning over £3 million in the year to March 2012 – reports The Guardian – and his company Bedder 6 made £15.2 million in pre-tax profits in the year to March 2011. The firm generated income from Top Gear live shows, DVDs and international promotion of the brand. The business is worth anywhere between £50 million and £100 million, though the details of the BBC’s takeover are unknown. Under the new Top Gear deal, May and Hammond will get a share of the show’s commercial revenue in return for promoting the show around the world – essentially, making them even richer. In July of this year, it emerged that Clarkson’s income from Top Gear rose from £900,000 to nearly £3 million in the year.

Of the new deal, a BBC Worldwide spokesman said, “BBC Worldwide has agreed new commercial deals with Jeremy, James, Richard and Andy to secure Top Gear's international future for another three years.”


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Essentially a love story about a boy and his car, Eric Bana documents his life-long romance with his 1970s muscle car in this warm, enjoyable film.

Although more energy and humour might have made it more engaging.

Since growing up in suburban Melbourne, two things in Eric's life haven't changed: his mates and his car. He bought the Ford Falcon as a teen and rebuilt it over the years with his pals Tony, Jack and Temps, eventually racing it in the Targa Tasmania five-day rally in 1996. Now the plan is to have one last race and, after completely rebuilding it again, they head back to Tasmania. But the event forces Eric to look at what he really feels about the car.

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Clarkson Apologises For 'One-eyed' Gordon Brown Jibe


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Jeremy Clarkson has apologised for calling prime minister Gordon Brown a "one-eyed Scottish idiot".

The 48-year-old made the comment while promoting the stage version of his BBC2 show – Top Gear Live – in Australia.

At a press conference the Top Gear host compared Mr Brown to his Australian counterpart, prime minister Kevin Rudd.

"It's the first time I've ever seen a world leader [Mr Rudd] admit we really are in deep s**t. He looked genuinely terrified," he said.

"Poor man - he's actually seen the books. We have this one-eyed Scottish idiot who keeps telling us everything's fine and he's saved the world and we know he's lying, but he's smooth at telling us."

In a statement issued on Saturday, Clarkson said: ""In the heat of the moment I made a remark about the Prime Minister's personal appearance for which, upon reflection, I apologise."

Mr Brown lost the sight in one of his eyes in a rugby accident as a teenager. He still suffers problems with his sight despite months in hospital.

Labour's Gordon Banks, MP for Ochil and South Perthshire, said Clarkson's remarks were "unforgivable".

Scottish Labour leader Iain Gray said: "Such a comment is really a reflection on Jeremy Clarkson and speaks for itself.

"Most people here are proud that the prime minister is a Scot and believe him to be the right person to get the UK through this global economic crisis."

And Liberal Democrat culture spokesman Iain Smith added: "Unfortunately, this is the level of maturity and political comment that people have come to expect from Mr Clarkson."

This afternoon Clarkson released an apology for this remarks, saying: "In the heat of the moment I made a remark about the prime minister's physical appearanece for which, upon reflection, I apologise."

The BBC, as a result, have said that no further action will be taken against the presenter.

It is not the first time Clarkson has courted controversy. Last year he drew hundreds of complaints after joking about lorry drivers killing prostitutes.

He has also previously boasted about speeding at 186mph and said accused a Malaysian-made car of being built by leaf-wearing jungle dwellers.

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Jeremy Clarkson

Date of birth

11th April, 1960

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