"I said, ‘My mother’s just died. Please leave me alone.’ But they wouldn’t," says Clarkson
Ruffling the Establishment is just the reputation the show needs - especially if that means riling George Osborne as he prepares a fuel tax hike
Filming in Whitehall is hardly Top Gear’s most provocative stunt – anything short of a diplomatic incident is lightweight in comparison to the Clarkson days
'Britain on its own has little influence on the world stage'
Compromised Camembert, kamikaze lampshades, and now chunks of plastic in Mars bars – one man's scandal is another man's business opportunity, making 'crisis PR' a burgeoning sector. Emma Ledger speaks to those who hold it all together when thing fall – quite literally – apart
Clarkson left Top Gear after punching producer Oisin Tymon
From new presenters and expected airdates right through to how it'll fare against Clarkson's rival TV show
'Transgender issues are driving me nuts,' says presenter
The world is not all bad; among smoe of the most horrific atrocities seen since the Second World War, there having been major feats including the first female bishop and water found on Mars
In March the BBC confirmed they would not be renewing Clarkson's contract on Top Gear
The helicopter reportedly had to make the 15-minute journey four times to fetch cigarettes
'Proof we are spending the money on the screen...'
Clarkson and James May ‘got a little drunk’ before a performance in South Africa
'We'd happily work long and late, trying to find a unicorn, a Talbot Samba and a cat that looked like Kylie Minogue if that's what Jeremy wanted'
The show is said to have a budget of £4 million per episode
The former Top Gear host refers back to the time when he was 'un-busy' after BBC chose not to renew his contract