'A bit of good-natured sparring is great for everybody'
James May responds to the controversy caused by pictures showing Matt LeBlanc performing wheelspins near the war monument
Or in the fall, for those in the US
Filming is scheduled to begin next Wednesday with more announcements coming in due course
'The band is back together and it feels brilliant.'
Chris Evans has said he is "terrified" by his new job
Despite the infamous 'fracas' that suspended filming on the BBC Two show, Top Gear still stands to win at the awards ceremony
Jeremy Clarkson and his Top Gear colleagues have previously got into trouble for executing outlandish stunts. But despite being blamed by disgruntled motorists for shutting down a Dutch motorway yesterday the programme-makers had nothing to do with the drama.
Jeremy Clarkson may have dented the reputation of Top Gear in Australia after saying to a group of photographers gathered in Sydney harbour: “You can take them out of England but you can’t take the convict out of them.”
Yet again, the outspoken presenter and columnist is in trouble. This isn't an equal playing field: disabled people don't get the chance to insult the able bodied.
Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson breached BBC guidelines by comparing a Japanese car to people with growths on their faces.
TV watchdog Ofcom has launched an investigation into Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson's comments about striking public sector workers.
Three days have passed since Jeremy Clarkson demanded the public execution of more than two million public sector workers – almost one 20th of the UK's entire adult population – in front of an even wider audience of their grief-stricken spouses and children.
Jeremy Clarkson today apologised for saying striking workers "should be shot".
One of the more unusual snippets of information from the Leveson Inquiry has been that NOTW whistleblower Paul McMullan and Michael Gove were at college together...