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British motoring magazine and factual television programme, designed as a relaunched version of the original 1977 show of the same name by Jeremy Clarkson and Andy Wilman for the BBC, and premiered on 20 October 2002. Wikipedia

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  • The Grand Tour

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  • Broadcast in the United Kingdom on BBC Two during 2002, consisting of ten episodes that were aired between 20 October and 29 December. The first to feature Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond as the main hosts of the programme, a role they would both maintain until the twenty-second series, and the only series to feature Jason Dawe as their co-presenter before he was replaced in the second series. Wikipedia

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  • Top Gear (series 16)

    Broadcast in the United Kingdom on BBC Two during 2011, consisting of six episodes that were aired between 23 January and 27 February. Agreement in his contract that forbid him disclosing his role as "The Stig" with the publication of his autobiography, The Man in the White Suit, in August 2010. Wikipedia

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  • Broadcast in the United Kingdom on BBC Two during 2020, consisting of six episodes between 26 January and 1 March; the series' studio segments were filmed prior to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK. Preceded by a feature-length special, the first since 2015, involving a road trip by the presenters across Nepal, titled "Nepal Special", that was aired on 29 December 2019. Wikipedia

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  • Top Gear (series 22)

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  • Often the focus of criticism. The criticism has ranged from minor viewer complaints to serious complaints where broadcasting watchdogs such as Ofcom have been involved. Wikipedia

  • Broadcast in the United Kingdom on BBC Two during 2003, consisting of ten episodes between 11 May and 20 July; a compilation episode, titled "Best of Top Gear", was broadcast after the series concluded on 27 July, featuring the best moments of the previous two series. Following the first series, the programme saw a changing the hosting line-up, with motoring enthusiast Jason Dawe being axed and replaced by James May, who had previously worked on a series of the original 1977 programme of the same name. Wikipedia

  • Broadcast in the United Kingdom on BBC Two during 2007, consisting of six episodes that were aired between 28 January and 4 March. Delayed after Richard Hammond was involved in an accident in September 2006 while producing a film regarding a dragster racer. Wikipedia

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  • Top Gear (series 13)

    Broadcast in the United Kingdom on BBC Two during 2009, consisting of seven episodes that were aired between 21 June and 2 August. As a publicity stunt, the series also had Michael Schumacher disguise himself as "The Stig", primarily due to the fact that a car they reviewed could not be driven by anyone but Schumacher for a timed lap of the programme's test track. Wikipedia

  • Broadcast in the United Kingdom on BBC Two during 2003, consisting of nine episodes between 26 October and 28 December; a compilation episode featuring the best moments of the series, titled "Best of Top Gear", was aired on 4 January 2004. This series saw the departure of Perry McCarthy as "Stig", with the role taken over by Ben Collins as a new "Stig". Wikipedia

  • Top Gear (series 17)

    Broadcast in the United Kingdom on BBC Two during 2011, consisting of six episodes that were aired between 26 June and 31 July. This series' highlights included the presenters making their own trains with cars and caravans, and using second-hand military vehicles to demolish houses. Wikipedia

  • Top Gear Winter Olympics

    Full-length, special edition episode for BBC motoring programme Top Gear, and is the first in a series of full-length specials for the show. Aired on 12 February 2006, with a repeat of the episode being aired a week later on 19 February. Wikipedia

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  • The song has featured in the BBC television show Top Gear, and in 2005 it was voted as "The Greatest Driving Song Ever" by the series' viewers.Queen (band)-Wikipedia
  • In 2009, Doctor Who was voted the 3rd greatest show of the 2000s by Channel 4, behind Top Gear and The Apprentice.Doctor Who-Wikipedia
  • On a 2003 appearance on Top Gear, he set a lap time of 1 minutes and 50 seconds on the "Star in a Reasonably Priced Car" feature.Patrick Stewart-Wikipedia
  • Its most popular programme at the moment is Top Gear.BBC Two-Wikipedia
  • It was filmed at the Top Gear aerodrome studio in Surrey on Sunday, 11 March 2007, although it bore little resemblance to the usual Top of the Pops format.Top of the Pops-Wikipedia
  • In November 2009, the MiMA art gallery was used by the presenters of Top Gear as part of a challenge.Middlesbrough-Wikipedia

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