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    Quote Originally Posted by The previous linky
    Top Gear is the BBC's most successful programme. It is watched by an estimated 350 people worldwide every week, making it the world's most popular factual television programme, and generates huge profits for BBC Worldwide, the Corporation's commercial wing.
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    He went full MF on some producers ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dactylion View Post
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    Most BBC programmes get far less viewers than that.
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    Lefties gone mad I tell you.

    I'm more offended by David Cameron. Seriously.
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    Last few series of Top Gear have been very tired. Should have been 'rested' along with the p*** poor Dr Who years ago.

    Trouble is even a rubbish Top Gear episode is better than 90% of the BBC's output.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VectraMan View Post
    Indeed. You can't argue with success, even though the leftie ecomentalists at the BBC must hate it.
    Actually, Greenie Moonbat seems to have got a prediction right ...

    It is not just because of his celebration of everything brash and flash that Jeremy Clarkson has become the boy racer’s hero. He articulates, with a certain wit and with less equivocation than any other writer in this country, the doctrine that he should be permitted to swing his fist, whoever’s nose is in the way.
    It's not the carefully-stage-managed-to-coincide-with-the-latest-book-or-DVD faux controverises that environmentalists are not that keen on, actually ....

    Seriously, is anyone surprised? First item on the news seems a bit OTT, mind.
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    After listening to Harriet "Harperson" on LBC, Jeremy Clarkson is like a breath of fresh air.
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    God, all the bleeding hearts whining about how they like him and therefore it's not fair of the BBC to suspend him

    He punched somebody he works with. Of course he should be suspended over it, at the very least. In any normal workplace, he'd be sacked on the spot for that, and the police would probably be involved. The BBC are going bloody easy on him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickFitz View Post
    God, all the bleeding hearts whining about how they like him and therefore it's not fair of the BBC to suspend him

    He punched somebody he works with. Of course he should be suspended over it, at the very least. In any normal workplace, he'd be sacked on the spot for that, and the police would probably be involved. The BBC are going bloody easy on him.
    Ah. he punched somebody.

    did he really ?
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