There was a national outcry in 2015 when the BBC announced that they were parting ways with Jeremy Clarkson.
However, one thing was clear; he was never going to be away from our screens for long...During his time on Top Gear, Jeremy Clarkson established himself not only as a motoring aficionado but also an unlikely political commentator with a knack for telling us how it is (and putting his foot in it).
However, his 'gaffes' only made the nation love him more.
Whilst the Beeb tried to revive Top Gear after the departure of Clarkson, May and Hammond with an all-star line-up including Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc, something just wasn't right.
They soon learned to their cost that there's no one quite like Clarkson.
From scandals over 'feckless Mexicans' and infamous punch-ups to his escapades on The Grand Tour, this is the true story of his extraordinary life and career.
This entertaining and fully up-to-date biography charts Clarkson's rise and fall (and rise again) along with the uncensored views and hilarious anecdotes that have made him a national treasure.
- Format: Paperback
- Publisher: John Blake Publishing Ltd
- Publication Date: 01/06/2017
- Category: Television
- ISBN: 9781786062246
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