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In the second part of the African special, Jeremy, James and Richard travel through Rwanda and Tanzania. After a perilous river crossing and many punctures, their adventure reaches a dramatic climax as they race against each other, on foot, to claim the glory of discovering the true source of the River Nile.moreless
Can you go motor racing for less than it costs to play golf? A question no badly dressed person has ever asked. This week, Jeremy, James and Richard see if you can go motor racing for less than it costs to play golf.
Richard is on track duty this week with the new twin-turbo, V8-powered BMW M5 and James drives a Ferrari 250 GT California. Kimi Raikkonen is the F1 Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. Slash is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
Jeremy, James and Richard are in Uganda to discover the definitive source of the River Nile. In the past many explorers have claimed to have done just that, but were unlikely to have done it in three estate cars bought for no more than £1,500.
Jeremy, James and Richard take part in Britcar 24 - a 24-endurance race at Silverstone. James travels to Budapest to race the new Fiat 500 against boys on BMXs and Stig takes the Ascari A10 around the Top Gear track for a Power Lap.
Keith Allen is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The lads are in Lillehammer for their version of the Winter Olympics. So expect amongst other things: car ice-hockey with Suzuki Swifts, Jeremy trying to drive the new Jaguar XK around the ice rink faster than a speed skater and Stig riding a snowmobile down the ski-jump. James and Jeremy compete against each other in a biathlon using an Audi Q7 and a Volvo XC90, with the loser having to eat yellow snow.
There's also a spectacular attempt to send a rocket-powered Mini down the ski-jump.
Richard, James and Jeremy are set a challenge to buy a working Porsche for a maximum of £1,500. Richard buys a 924 (the one with the van engine) for £750, James a 944 for £900 and Jeremy - predictably a 928S for £1,500. They are then set a series of challenges to see who has bought the best car.
Jeremy also drives the new Golf GTI and described it as a sensation (even though it weighs the same as "South Africa").
A Mini is featured in Restoration Rip-Off and Billy Baxter, a blind man, tries to set a faster time in the Liana than Richard Whiteley and Terry Wogan.
Cliff Richard is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy drives the Mazda RX8. James drives the new Fiat Panda and is quite surprised when it doesn't fall to bits. Richard looks at some modern classics: the Volkswagen Corrado VR6 and the Mercedes 190E 2.5 16 Cosworth.
An 11-year-old diesel Toyota Hilux is tested for its durability by Jeremy. He drives in into a wall, a tree and through a shed. It's left in the Severn Estuary - home to the second biggest tide in the world - hit with a wrecking ball, dropped and set on fire. They even drop a caravan on top of it, but still it works.
Sadly, the same treatment wasn't given to this week's Star in a Reasonably Priced Car - Simon Cowell.
Jeremy, James and the little one return for a 14th series of political incorrectness and exotic, automotive indulgence. In this opening episode, the boys travel to Romania with an Aston Martin DBS Volante, a Ferrari California and a Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder to find the Transfagarasan Highway; a road built by the former Romanian dictator, Nicolae Ceausescu.
James drives the BMW 760i and Mercedes S63 AMG, whilst Eric Bana drives the Lacetti around the track.
New time: 9pm on Sunday, BBC2 and BBC HD.
James and Richard are once again trying to beat Jeremy in another of their now famous races. This time, the race is on to see who will be the first to get from Alba in northern Italy, to the NatWest Tower in London. James and Richard are in a light aircraft piloted by James - Jeremy has to make-do with a Bugatti Veyron.
Yet another new Porsche - this time it's the Carrera 911 4 - a four-wheel drive Porsche. James, with help from the Stig, finds out if it is faster than the rear-wheel drive 911 using a track set up inside the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff as part of a special stage of the British leg of the World Rally championship.
Former F1 and Indycar World Champion Nigel Mansell gets the chance to set a fast lap in the Liana.
The boys travel to Africa with a mission (or two): they must each buy a car – but not a 4x4 – for no more than £1,500. They must then drive (the cars) across fairly unforgiving terrain in Botswana - including the Makgadikgadi salt pans, without being drowned in the rivers, or eaten by the wildlife.moreless
Richard races Volkswagen's latest version of the Touareg 4x4 against some snowmobilers in Sweden. James returns to Ehra-Lessien in Germany to try and break his own speed record, set in a Bugatti Veyron, in the new Bugatti Veyron Super Sport. Jeremy pays tribute to Ayrton Senna and Lewis Hamilton drives Senna's 1988 McLaren MP4/4.
Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz are the rather large Hollywood Stars in a Reasonably Priced Car. Yes, they really are.
The long wait is over. The boys are back. And it's straight down to supercar business with Richard driving the £800,000 Pagani Huayra. James, rather appropriately, is in a Bentley. Rather inappropriately, he's in a Continental GT Speed and he takes it rallying. Meanwhile, Jeremy, the word's tallest motoring Journalist, has built the world's smallest car.
Damian Lewis is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
This week, the challenge is to try and buy a 'decent' mid-engined supercar for under £10,000. Richard drives the Marcos TSO GT2 and there's a race through Lisbon between a car and a mountain bike.
Dame Ellen MacArthur is this week's Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
They're back and it's business as usual with Jeremy testing Sweden's entry in the supercar market, the Koenigsegg CCX and Stig doing his best to kill himself in it. James drives the new Honda Civic and Richard is relegated to driving a most embarrassing convertible: the Nissan micra C+C - a pink Nissan micra C+C.
The Renault Espace is turned into the world's first convertible people carrier by having its roof sawn off. A car wash catches fire and Top Gear Dog makes a début appearance.
Finally, the new Reasonably Priced Car - a Chevrolet Lacetti gets its baptism of fire in a ménage à sept.
Have you ever wondered which would win in a race between a Typhoon jet fighter and a Bugatti Veyron driven by Richard? Neither have I, but someone at Top Gear has, so it should be a giggle. As should the self-parking Lexus LS600h - a demonstration of which could well end in more headlines. The new Lamborghini Reventón - the new limited-edition model based on the Murciélago LP640 - will also be in the studio.
James drives the new Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead and Jeremy gets to play with the new Ferrari Fiorano 599 GTB. He also drives something much smaller and less sophisticated... this doesn't mean he will be getting a piggy back from Richard, he'll be driving something called the Peel P50.
Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy went to meet his maker, Richard nearly went to meet his maker and James exhibited a level of daring not yet seen from everyone's favourite long-haired gentleman.
Jeremy, James and Richard look at the latest range of off-road toys, including quad bikes, hovercrafts and buggies. James travels to Dubai to test the fastest four-door saloon in the world - the Bentley Flying Spur. Richard travels to Iceland to see if a jeep can drive across a lake and Jeremy compares the BMW 5 Series diesel to the petrol version - in Woking.
Davina McCall is this week's Star in a Reasonably Priced Car and F1 driver Mark Webber is the F1 Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
More amphibious fun with the TG3 as they attempt to cross the Channel to France in their amphibious vehicles from series 8 [episode 3]. Richard has a new redesigned 'Dampervan' and Jeremy's 'Toybota' is replaced by a 'Nissank'.
Jeremy drives the Audi R8 on the track, while Richard prefers the Porsche Carrera 2S. These will most likely be the only vehicles not to sink this week.
Jools Holland is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
A challenge is set to see which is fastest: a rock climber or an Audi RS4. The new Porsche Cayman S is reviewed and as part of a feature on the history of British Racing Green, Richard drives a Vanwall - a recreation of the 1958 car that won the 1958 world championship.
James and Richard turn their attention to radio-controlled cars and there's a rather special Vauxhall Astra VXR in the studio, but why is it worth £60,000?
The boys are off on a continental road trip to visit the Millau Viaduct in France. To make the journey more pleasant, each of them has chosen to travel in their favourite supercar. Richard drives a Pagani Zonda, James drives a Ferrari F430 and Jeremy drives his own Ford GT.
Jeremy also drives the 'air-hostess orange' Focus ST on the track.moreless
There is a BMW frenzy on the Isle of Man. The boys drive the new M3 CSL and some BMW classics: the M1 - BMW's one-and-only mid-engined car to date - the M5 Series 2 and the classic M3.
Also on the Isle of Man, three sporty convertibles are driven and the lads squabble over which is the best: the BMW Z4 championed by Richard, the Porsche Boxster by James and the Honda S2000 by Jeremy.
The new Stig is introduced and Stephen Fry is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Another epic race pits the car against public transport. Richard and James travel by aeroplane and train in an attempt to beat Jeremy, who is driving a Ferrari 612 Scaglietti to their destination at Verbier in Switzerland.
In Lillehammer, Richard and James are having another race with the help of the Norwegian Olympic Bobsleigh team: Richard tries to race down the bobsleigh track at Lillehammer, faster than James can travel down the road that runs along side the bobsleigh track. James is in a Mitsubishi Evo rally car driven by Henning Solberg.
Stig gets to take a F1 Renault around the track and old racing cars compete with modern road cars to see how fast they are. Eddie Izzard is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The boys travel to Spain in an attempt to ease the country's struggling economy. How they think think they can do this driving the Ferrari 458, Audi R8 V10 and the McLaren MP4-12C spyders, turning a Madrid town into a street circuit, drag racing on an abandoned runway and cruising the mountain roads is anyone's guess.
Benedict Cumberbatch is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
Another day, another Porsche, but will Jeremy be able to tell the difference between this new 911 Turbo and the old one? He also drives the Brabus S Biturbo Mercedes SL, which has a staggering 730bhp. James and Richard try to turn a Reliant Robin into a space shuttle. One small step for a small man etc...
Simon Pegg is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
James drives the Maserati Quattroporte in Sicily, whilst Jeremy empties the fuel tank of the new Ford GT40 on the track... in Woking. Richard marks the passing of the only decent engine Rover ever built - the Rover V8 - with a race, at Snetterton, in a V8-powered Rover SD1.
A Skoda Fabia VRS with a diesel engine races a petrol-powered Mini Cooper S around the track; there's a exclusive look at the new Mercedes CLS and a Boeing 747 is used to see how far its engines can blow a Mondeo and a Citroën 2CV. Science in action...
Martin Clunes is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Ferrari's latest beast is the 458 Italia and Jeremy drives it on the track. As a consequence, this week's programme might contains shouts of 'power!' and some dribbling.
On a gentler note, each of the boys has a budget of £5,000 with which to buy an old British sports car. They then set off on a nostalgic roadtrip from Norfolk - the home of Lotus - via the former Jensen factory in the Midlands to Blackpool, where TVR used to build its cars.
Jeff Goldblum is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Broadcast times: BBC2 9:30pm, BBC HD 11:00pm.
Jeremy drives the new Kia Cee'd. Not in a fast lap around the track, but in a proper road test. If, indeed, a proper test includes Hollywood 'royalty', a rock legend, some eels and James May...
As a consequence of finishing last in the race to the Mexican border in Episode 2, Richard tests the Mastretta MXT. A Mexican car. In Mexico. How hard can that be?
Lewis Hamilton is the F1 Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
Jeremy attempts to drive the new Jaguar XJ faster that the Earth rotates [that's a maximum speed of 1,038 mph - 1,670 km/h]. At sunset he will set off from Land's End - the most westerly point in the British Isles - and try to arrive in the most easterly point - Lowestoft, before sunrise. James travels to the U.S. to drive NASA's latest exploration vehicle, whilst Richard pulls the plum job of driving two supercars from the 1980s: the Porsche 959 and the Ferrari F40.
Baron Prescott of Kingston upon Hull is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. No, seriously, he is.
Jeremy, James and Richard are challenged to buy a working car for a maximum price of £100. An Audi, a Volvo and a Rover(!) are bought and put though a series of challenges.
Richard drives 'the car the bad guy always drove' - the Dodge Charger, whilst the Porsche GT3 RS and the Ferrari 360 CS square up to each other on the track.
Jordan is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy, James and Richard race each other using a bike, a boat and a car to find the fastest way across London. The Stig drives the 'potato baking' Caparo T1 on the track in an attempt to beat the long-standing fastest time set by the Koenigsegg.
After the excitement of commuting across London, Richard regains the will to live by racing an Aston Martin V8 Vantage Roadster against a man on roller-skates... with rockets strapped to his back.
Simon Cowell - a man who is liked by some people - is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The 50th birthday of the Jaguar E-Type is marked, by Jeremy, in typically brash style. The BMW 1M is on the track and James gets to play with Olympic gold medallist Amy Williams... and a Mini rally car. Jeremy drives the Eagle Speedster, whilst Richard travels to South Africa to play with the Marauder; something even bigger, louder and more destructive than Jeremy.
Alice Cooper is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The Bentley Continental GT is taken for a leisurely drive through Devon by Jeremy. Meanwhile, James drives the new Subaru Legacy. Richard tries not to drown himself when he is dropped into a huge water tank whilst sitting behind the wheel of a Vauxhall Carlton. This is done as an experiment to show what can happen should you drive your car into water.
Stig races the new Saab 95 against a Royal Navy Harrier and Rob Brydon is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The car most likely to be modified, the Citroën C2, is driven by Jeremy. He also drives the Vauxhall Monaro - sideways, mostly. Richard drives two new cars: the Renault Mégane CC and the Peugeot 307 CC... and hates both of them.
James tries to succeed where Jeremy failed by trying to kill the Toyota Hilux, by placing it on top of a tower block that is due to be demolished. Can it survive the 240 foot drop as the tower block collapses?
Sanjeev Bhaskar is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Richard drives the Alfa Romeo 4C in the pleasant surrounding of Lake Como in Italy. Things take an unpleasant turn when Jeremy arrives and challenges him to a race against a quad bike. As well as annoying Richard, Jeremy is in Belgium to drive the 900bhp electric, turbocharged McLaren P1 around Spa-Francochamps.
James has been deployed to Camp Bastion, in Afghanistan, to play with/look at Military vehicles.
Tom Hiddleston is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
James drives the Hy-Wire, a hydrogen-powered concept car. Jeremy tries the new Volvo S60 R - claimed by Volvo to be a rival for the BMW M3. He also drives the new Vauxhall Signum - from the back seat using a hoe and string. Richard drives/rides the Carver, a three-wheeled tilting bike from Holland.
Graeme Le Saux argues the case for the Audi Quattro as the greatest car of all time and Patrick Stewart is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy, James and Richard embark on a road trip in three small cars to Ukraine. Jeremy has chosen to make the journey in a Volkswagen Up!, Richard drives the Ford Fiesta and James - realising a long-held ambition - drives the Dacia Sandero. During their visit they travel to the Crimean Peninsula and the even more infamous Chernobyl.
Meanwhile, back at the Top Gear test track, Jeremy drives the Zenvo ST1 - a Danish supercar.
James Blunt is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
An improbable race can only mean one thing - Top Gear is back. This race is from King's Cross station in London, to the bar of the Balmoral hotel in Edinburgh, using three different modes of transport. Jeremy will travel on the Peppercorn A1; a modern replica built to the exact specifications of the original Peppercorn A1. James drives the exquisite Jaguar XK120 and Richard rides the Vincent Black Shadow motorcycle.
On the track, Jeremy drives the Lotus Evora and the Stig drives the Ferrari FXX.
The challenge this week is to buy a coupé that is not a Porsche for a maximum price of £1,500. Richard buys a BMW 635i, Jeremy a Mitsubishi Starion and James bought a "grandfather clock". Or the Jaguar XJS as it was better-known.
Jeremy drives the new supercar from Maserati, the MC12 and Jack Dee is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
It's an epic age-old rivalry: Britain versus Germany - but this time it's serious. Germany's equivalent of Top Gear - D Motor - is up against dear old Blighty's magnificent original in a series of challenges. Battle commences in Belgium.
Richard drives the Gumpert Apollo and James drives two cars made by Mitsuoka: the Galue and the Orochi. In the studio, Mazda's new racing car, the Furai and the Crossbow, made by KTM.
Jay Kay is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car and he has Simon Cowell's fastest lap time in his sights.
Former F1 World Champion Damon Hill sets a time in the Liana as a Racing Driver in a Reasonably Priced Car. The Aston Martin DB5 and Jaguar E-Type are compared. The snipers of the Irish Guards try to shoot Jeremy as he drives the new Mercedes SLK and the new Porsche Boxster 2 around a deserted village.
James drives the Murano - Nissan's latest 4x4. Richard travels to Italy to drive the Maserati Gran Sport around the Maserati test track. Whilst there, he will see how close he can get to a lap-time set by Gabrielle Tarquini, the Maserati test driver.moreless
The boys are in Italy to test (or play with) three high performance hatchbacks: the Renaultsport Clio 200 Cup, Citroën DS3 Racing and Fiat 500C Abarth. After winding their way through various Italian towns, they find themselves on the streets of Monte Carlo during the grand prix week-end.
On the track, James drives the Aston Martin Virage and Ross Noble is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy drives the Volkswagen Phaeton, a car designed to compete with Mercedes and BMW. Richard drives the TVR350c... alongside a Harrier Jump Jet. The Stig takes the TVR and the Noble around the track to see which car is the fastest after Richard and Jeremy can't separate them using the ancient art of Top Trumps.
James drives the enormous Cadillac Sixteen prototype; Jeremy drives the Range Rover 580s which has been tuned by Overfinch and Richard finds Britain's fastest disabled driver.
Alan Davies is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Richard drives the new 218mph, £400,000 Pagani Zonda Roadster in Switzerland - one of only 40 versions of the car that will be built. He compares it to the Wally 118 - a £14 million pound boat made carbon fibre.
There's a game of Caravan Conkers between Richard and James; they also spend 24 hours in a Smart car. This is because the makers described the interior of the car as 'lounge concept'. Unable to leave the car, they spend the night parked in the Screaming Woods in Pluckley, the 'most haunted village in England'. The village 'boasts' 12 ghosts including the Highwayman, the Screaming Man and a monk.
Jeremy drives the new Aston Martin Vanquish S and the Ferrari 575 with a little help from Steve Coogan.
This week's programme marks the 40th anniversary of Lamborghini. To celebrate the occasion, Richard drives the Miura, Jay Kay drives his Miura; James drives the Countach LP400 S - something he's waited 20 years to do - and Jeremy drives the Gallardo.
In complete contrast - Minis. Four of them to be precise, all tuned by different companies: Hartge, Digi-tec, BBR and the BMW works are driven by Richard to see which is the best.
Rich Hall is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Richard drives Renault's 2006 F1 car around the Stowe circuit at Silverstone. The Vauxhall VXR8 is tested on the track and there's a BMW that can drive itself.
James Blunt is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. Oh, there's some bloke called Lewis Hamilton, too.
Richard takes part in the Pamplona Bull Run and drives the Lamborghini Murcielago Roadster. Jeremy drives the Ford F150 Lightning pick-up truck which, inexplicably, is the world's best-selling car and describes it as the worst car he has ever driven.
James put his degree in music to fine use by trying to re-create the Top Gear theme tune using car engines.
Richard tries a bit of drifting in the Monaro with the D1 drifting team.
In Albania, the boys drive the Rolls-Royce Ghost, Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG and a Bentley Mulsanne. Well, they drive two of those cars... On the track, Jeremy drives the Ford Focus RS500, the Impreza Cosworth STi and the Volvo C30 PPC.
Jonathan Ross is the Star in the Reasonably Priced Car.
This week there's a review of 2002 and a report on off-roading. Two German cars - the MTM Bimoto [based on an Audi TT] and the AS One - try to set the fastest lap on the track. Jeremy compares the new Range Rover with the Toyota Land Cruiser, Jeep Cherokee and the BMW X5, by going pheasant shooting. He also drives the original Lotus Esprit and the TVR T350C.
Richard delves into the fastest faith again.
The boys find themselves in Iraq - this can only go well... their challenge is to drive to Bethlehem, presumably, without getting killed or making the region even more unstable. The topography suggests 4x4s are the best vehicles to use, but the boys, being they way they are, think a Mazda MX5, BMW Z3 and a Fiat Barchetta will suffice.moreless
The latest of Top Gear's epic races takes place in Japan. Jeremy is driving the Nissan GT-R, while James and Richard travel on Japan's famous Shinkansen - aka the Bullet train. On the Top Gear track, the Alfa Romeo 8C is driven by Jeremy and the Stig.
Fiona Bruce and Kate Silverton are the Star(s)in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Did Communists ever build a good car? A question literally several people have asked - ever. To find out, Jeremy and James go to the former American airbase at Greenham Common, in England, to drive some of the best examples still working... just.
Richard drives the Veritas RS3 - the latest sports car to come from Germany and the Caterham R500. Meanwhile Jeremy gives the humble Ford Fiesta a rather thorough going-over with the help of the Royal Marines.
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Which is the better car? The Aston Martin V8 Vantage, the Porsche 911 Carrera S or the new BMW M6? To find out, the boys take all three cars to the Isle of Man and test them on the island's country roads, where there is no speed limit [unlike in the built up areas of the island].
Richard drives the Ascari KZ1 - a British-made supercar - to see if it is worthy of entry to the exclusive 'super car club'. Actor Trevor Eve is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jason Dawe looks at a used Golf, Jeremy test drives his own car - a Mercedes SL55 AMG - and the Renault Vel Satis. Richard drives the new BMW Z4 Roadster. The grannies return... this time to see who can master the 'art' of handbrake parking. The Cool Wall is unveiled and Tara Palmer-Tomkinson is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
Stig gets to play with the new Bentley Continental Supersports, whilst Jeremy enters the exciting and sometimes topsy-turvy world of the three-wheeled Reliant Robin. James drives a Toyota Hilux up a volcano in Iceland - yes, that volcano - and Richard says goodbye to the reasonably-priced Lacetti. He and Jeremy then host a 'star-studded' barbecue to introduce the new Reasonably Priced Car: a Kia Cee'd, affectionately known as the cee - apostrophe - dee.moreless
Richard Hammond pays tribute to the cars used by Britain's most suave MI6 agent - Bond - James Bond. From the Citroen 2CV, driven in For Your Eyes Only, to the iconic Aston Martin DB5 from Goldfinger.
Which is the quickest mode of transport to get you from Wembley stadium in London to the San Siro stadium in Milan? Jeremy believes it's the car - specifically the Shelby Mustang GT500 - and 'the other two' believe the European rail network will do the job. This sounds very much like one of Top Gear's famous races. And indeed it is.
Back home, on the track, Jeremy slides, spins and shouts 'power!' (probably) at the Toyota GT86 and Amy Macdonald is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
There's a rather British feel to this week's episode. Jeremy drives the new Jaguar F-Type along some of the country's finest, most scenic roads. Richard drives the new Range Rover Sport in Cheshire (its natural habitat) and James drives an updated version of one of Britain's most iconic vehicles - the new 'Bus for London', which boasts a turbo-diesel generator and electric motor.
In a grand finale, Jeremy, James and Richard meet on the Mall, outside Buckingham Palace, to celebrate the British motor industry.
Mark Webber is the F1 Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
Richard travels to Italy to drive two Lamborghinis: the Aventador Roadster and the limited edition and not very inexpensive £2 million Sesto Elemento. Jeremy and James get the far less exciting task of testing the Mazda CX-5 and Volkeswagen Tiguan crossovers. There are caravans involved, too... James also drives a modern recreation of the Porsche 911.
Steven Tyler is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
Jeremy, James and Richard continue their journey through Burma in the three lorries they bought, unseen, on the Internet. This week they travel through civil war-ravaged Shan State, which is usually closed to Western TV crews, to Thailand as they attempt to complete their ambitious challenge to build a bridge over the River Kwai.moreless
This week: 'driver's cars', the BMW M5 faces the challenge of its rivals; a Lada Riva 1.5E gets a make-over from Lotus and who is Britain's fastest van man?
Also featured are the Audi RS6, the Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG, the new Maserati Coupé and a selection of super-minis: the Ford Fiesta, Citroën C3, Honda Jazz, Nissan Micra and MG ZR.
Sir Michael Gambon is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy and Richard see who can buy the best-value second-hand cars for the same price as the cheapest car available in Britain - the Nissan Pixo - priced at £6995.
The McLaren MP4-12C is on the track, where Jeremy compares it to the Ferrari 458 Italia and James May is in Death Valley with the Range Rover Evoque to test its durability as a 4x4, and in Las Vegas to test its chauffeuring credentials.
Sebastian Vettel is the F1 Star in the Reasonably Priced Car.
This week, Jeremy, James and Richard attempt to make train travel better by replacing the locomotive and carriages with cars and caravans.
On the track, Jeremy compares the Jaguar XKR-S and an updated version of the Nissan GT-R
Rowan Atkinson is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Richard drives the new Ford Focus and compares it to its rivals. Pink Floyd's drummer, Nick Mason, lends Jeremy his new Ferrari F60 Enzo in return for a subtle plug for his new book. There's a race between a grumpy teen on an all-terrain board and a Mitsubishi Evo7 Group N rally car - and a Bowler Wildcat just for good measure. Ben Collins drives the cars.
Jeremy compares super cars from the 1980s with their modern counterparts to see if the more modern up-to-date cars really are better. The Pagani Zonda, Porsche Carrera GT, Ferrari Enzo are the modern super cars and the throw-backs are the Jaguar XJ220, McLaren F1 and the Ferrari F40.
Geri Halliwell is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The boys return and get straight down to business with a road-trip through Italy in a McLaren MP4-12C, a Noble M600 and a Lamborghini Aventador. Starting in the southern town of Nardo, they head to Imola, via Rome, taking in a series of challenges along the way.
will.i.am is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
White vans: a cultural icon of modern Britain, carriers of goods, fat men and England flags. The lads duly pay homage to this iconic vehicle this week when they get behind the wheel of their own vans to find out which is the best to drive, the easiest to steal and the fastest. All will be revealed and more as they become bona-fide roadies for The Who. This should save the band from smashing their instruments themselves...
Richard gets to drive the new Noble M15 and the Rolls Royce 101 EX concept car is in the studio. Ray Winstone is the Cockney in a Reasonably Priced Car. Jenson Button also tries his luck around the track in the Liana. Will he manage to complete the lap? He should do as the Liana is undoubtedly more reliable than the Lucky Strike Honda.
The boys are in the market for second-hand convertibles - each costing no more than £2,000, but they end up buying the same model car: the BMW 325i. On the track, Jeremy drives the Pagani Zonda R.
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are the Stars in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Eco-cars feature his week including an LPG-powered Bristol and Ford's Th!nk, which, driven by the Stig, races against the less-than-sporty Jason. Richard Burns drives the Peugeot RC - a diesel sports car and Richard Hammond tests the Saab 93 2.0T by driving to work, following Government guidelines on how to commute in an eco-friendly manner.
Jason takes five supercars to a school to see which one the children like best. The search for the fastest faith begins with six men of God(s) driving a Subaru STI Racing car, one of whom is the Bishop of Lewes.
The boys' propensity to be ambitious but rubbish means the possibility of electrocution looms large this week as Jeremy, James and Richard attempt to build their own electric car.
On the track, the American Corvette ZR1 tries its best to compete with the German Audi R8 V10.
Michael Sheen is this week's Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Don't forget the new time: 9pm on BBC2 and BBC HD.
Snow. Just one flake of it needs to fall on Britain and the whole country grinds to a halt. The boys have decided to find a solution to this national embarrassment and head to Norway which, unlike Britain, can cope with a flurry of snow flakes. On the track, Jeremy compares the new Audi RS 5 to the BMW M3.
Amber Heard is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The Radical SR3 races an aeroplane around the track. The Renault Espace and the new Subaru Forrester 2.0 XT also feature.
The Volkswagen Golf R32, Ford Focus RS, Seat Leon Cupra R and the Honda Civic Type R - all hot hatchbacks - compete to see which car is the best.
Stig drives a stripped-out Jaguar XJ12 to see just how fast the old warhorse can move.
Gordon Ramsay is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The 655bhp Koenigsegg records the fastest straight-line speed on the Top Gear track, but can it set the fastest lap time? A Renault Megane is crash-tested and there's the first look at the new Aston Martin V8 Vantage.
While Jeremy drives the Hummer H2, Richard drives the Talon Riot Control Vehicle through a Portacabin. Stuart Hall extols the virtues of the Rolls Royce Silver Cloud and Neil Morrissey is this week's Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
If you thought Britain's Pensioners needed a car designed especially for them, it's unlikely that you would think Jeremy and Richard were the men for the job. However, someone did think the Pensioners of Britain needed such a car. And it probably was Jeremy and Richard because tonight, that's exactly what they do with the help of some brave members of the elderly community.
James May, 50, drives the new Range Rover around London and in Nevada, wher he competes against the TerraMax: an unmanned truck controlled by computers.
James McAvoy, 33, is the star in the Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
The lads take three convertibles to Iceland - the land of 'geological lunacy'. Specifically, they are the Chrysler Crossfire, Nissan 350Z and the Audi TT.
The Ferrari F430 finally makes an appearance at the Top Gear test track in Berlinetta and Spyder form. In the studio, there is a Citroën C2 hatchback, which has had more than £100,000 lavished on it.
Sir Tim Rice is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The lads try to play golf - the game which pervades exclusivity and stupid trousers - whilst testing three coupés in the £20,000 - £ 25,000 price range: the Audi TT, the Alfa Romeo Brera and the Mazda RX-8.
James, in an attempt to bury his Captain Slow persona, attempts to take the Bugatti Veryron up to its maximum speed of 253 mph (407km/h) at Ehra-Lessien - Volkswagen's private test track.
Hugh Grant is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Richard takes the new Mustang on a road trip along Britain's straightest road to Lincoln. The Prius, a supposedly eco-friendly vehicle, is driven by Jeremy who thinks that a diesel Lupo will actually do more miles per gallon - 75mpg - compared to the 45mpg of the Prius.
The Lamborghini Murcielago is up against the Mitsubishi EVO VIII and the Top Gear Awards are announced.
Roger Daltrey is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Top Gear returns and already the Police are involved. The boys are each given £1,000 to buy a car, which they must then convert for use as a police car. Unlike a real police car, there won't be several hundred metres of forms to fill in if they get a bit dented and they most likely will get dented.
There are some helpful tips on how to drive economically and to demonstrate this, there is a race involving a Ferrari 599, an Aston Martin DBS, a Mercedes McLaren SLR, a Lamborghini Murcielago and an Audi R8.
Jeremy starts the sideways, power-shouting, tyre-shredding fun by driving the Ferrari 430 Scuderia, which was postponed from the last series after a journalist crashed it. James introduces a new member to the Top Gear team.
Justin Lee Collins and Alan Carr are the Star(s) in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy, James and Richard drive the Aston Martin Rapide, Porsche Panamera Turbo and the Maserati Quattroporte GTS; four-seater cars from manufacturers more famous for their two-door cars.
Richard also drives the Chevrolet Camaro SS and Mercedes E63 AMG. Formula 1 driver Rubens Barrichello is the latest F1 driver to try his luck in the Reasonably Priced Car and Rupert Grint is the (not an F1) Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Richard drives the iconic Jaguar MKII, which was the first car to have disc brakes. It had a badge on the back to warn drivers that it stopped quickly! There's a look at possible Jaguars of the future with the R Coupe concept car, whilst James drives the C Type Jaguar. Jeremy drives the Aston Martin DB7 GT and the Jaguar XKRR.
A.A. Gill champions the London taxi as the greatest car of all time and bumbling Boris Johnson is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The Toyota Aygo takes on the VW Fox. Not on the road, but on the football pitch. Jeremy takes the new Citroën C6 racing at Towcester and the Prodrive P2 supercar gets a thrash around the track.
Captain Slow is given a lesson in fast driving by three-times Formula 1 world champion Sir Jackie Stewart (who apparently isn't a woman).
Sir Michael Gambon is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
A new Ford Mondeo or a used luxury car of yesteryear? Jeremy and James demonstrate which is the wisest choice when they compare their own luxury cars: a Mercedes 600 Grosse and a Rolls-Royce Corniche Coupe respectively - bought for the price of the standard family Ford.
Jeremy drives the Nissan GT-R - again - around Japan's Fuji circuit. Stig drives the GT-R around the Top Gear track to set a fast lap.
Whilst Jeremy and James busy themselves with their cars, Richard indulges in a spot of fox hunting - Top Gear style.
Peter Jones and Theo Paphitis are the Star(s) in a Reasonably Priced Car. Although 'stars' is maybe stretching it a bit.moreless
The boys pay a visit to Donington Park to drive the Morgan Three Wheeler, KTM X-Bow and the Caterham R500. A Bentley with an aircraft engine? Sounds like a (noisy) job for Jeremy...
Alex James is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Mobility scooters - we have all seen them and secretly wanted to have a go on one. Jeremy James and Richard feel the same, so this week they take possession of three scooters and they do, of course, modify them...
Ferrari's four-wheel-drive FF and the revised Bentley Continental GT play in the snow, meanwhile, in Florida, James drives the Fisker Karma and plays with AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson.
Michael Fassbender is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
Jeremy puts the 4-door Mercedes CLS to the test and Stig takes the AMG Mercedes CLS around the Top Gear track for a power lap. James likes the Honda Element, but it will not be sold in the U.K. Richard and James play 5-a-side Aygo football and the new Range Rover Sport goes head-to-head with a Challenger II tank.
In response to a protest by environmentalists who broke into the factory where Range Rovers are built and chained themselves to the production line, Jeremy, James and Richard stage their own protest at the Hammersmith bus depot in London.
James Nesbitt is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
David Soul is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car and tries to break as many Liana's as possible. He manages an impressive tally of two. Richard drives the Lexus SC430 and Jeremy drives the Volkswagen Touareg and wonders if it is really worth £50,000.
A Jaguar XJS gets a little power boost from a nitrous kit and James drives the Perodua Kelisa. Jeremy drives the BMW Z8 Alpina.
Jeremy and James travel to Beijing to cast their eyes over the rapidly expanding Chinese motor industry. Whilst there they encounter Stig's boisterous Chinese cousin...
Richard is in Texas where he drives the pace car at a NASCAR race at the Texas Speedway. Back at the Top Gear test track, Jeremy drives the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Roadster.
Matt LeBlanc is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
James and Jeremy pay tribute to Swedish car maker Saab. Richard, in a Skoda rally car, races a rocket-propelled 'flying' man and Jeremy compares the Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale and the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Black Series.
Matt Smith is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
James finds out if it is possible to parachute into a moving car. Jeremy drives the new Jaguar X Type estate and Richard and James test a range of cabriolets: the Mini Cabrio, Vauxhall Tigra, Mercedes SLK and the Audi S4 on the Isle of Lewis and Harris - the place in the U.K. with the lowest number of cabriolet owners per-head.
Some "simple, soft top sports cars" are also driven by Richard: the Mercedes SL600, Mazda MX5 and the Fiat Barchetta.
Sir Ranulph Fiennes is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
As usual the boys are squabbling about cars. This time they can't agree on which British car is the best. Jeremy says it's the Noble M12GTO, Richard can't see past the Morgan Plus 8 and James, in a moment of utter madness, makes the case for the Rover 75.
Back on planet Earth, well, South Africa, Richard drives the new Mercedes McLaren SLR and the Porsche Ceyenne gets the benefit of Jeremy's scorn and delight. He also drives the MG SV, a £70,000 car built to compete with Porsche - don't laugh.
Boffins, Brian Sewell, Colin Pilinger and Heinz Wolf, try a 'burn-out' and Rory Bremner is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy drives the new Rolls Royce and there's a nostalgic look at the Rover P5, including one owned by the Queen. Jamie Oliver tries his luck in the Liana as the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. He also tries to prepare a salad in his camper van, whilst being driven around the track by the Stig.
On the track, politicians representing the main political parties, as well as some less well-established parties, try to become the fastest political party behind the wheel of an MG ZR rally car.
Are you a 'proper petrolhead'? The gospel according to Clarkson says you are not if you haven't owned an Alfa Romeo. So this week the lads are each given £1,000 to buy an Alfa Romeo, which will then be put through a series of challenges.
The Bentley Brooklands gets the Clarkson treatment on the track and James Corden and Rob Brydon are the Star(s) in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy, James and Richard are back in the United States. And this time there's no redneck baiting. Instead, they travel from North Carolina to New York - where the locals are well-known for their tolerance... On their last American road trip, the boys drove cars bought for $1,000. This time they get to travel in a little more style with the Ferrari 458 Italia, Mercedes Benz AMG SLS and Porsche 911 GT3.
The Director of Trainspotting and Slumdog Millionaire, Danny Boyle, is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The Ariel Atom, with a V8 engine, 900 bhp per tonne and a 0 - 60mph time under 2.3 seconds, is driven on the track by... James. Will it reach 60mph? Richard plays with a Porsche - again. This time, the new 911 Turbo S Cabriolet, which he races against a VW Beetle. A race with a Top Gear twist... Jeremy drives a practical car that you can afford - the Skoda Yeti, and puts it through some rather unusual tests...
John Bishop is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The Porsche Cayenne Turbo S is tested in Cyprus against of all things, a Red Devil - a member of the R.A.F.'s freefall parachute display team. With the help of an interior designer, Jeremy gives the Mercedes S Class a make-over with a rather unusual 'retro-look'.
The new S Class is tested, the BMW Z4M shows what it can do on the Top Gear track as does the Koenigsegg CCX - this time with a new 'Top Gear' rear wing designed not to kill the Stig.
Ewan McGregor is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy finally shows concern for the environment by suggesting a replacement for 4x4s. Well, sort of… he compares the 507bhp AMG Mercedes E Class estate with the BMW M5 Touring - which only has 500 bhp. Richard and James try their hands at a new motor sport - Motorhome Racing. In the studio, Jeremy has a £750,000 motor home called the Performance.
The new Honda Civic Type R is tested and driven by the Stig. James drives the Alpha Romeo 159 and 'rugger bugger' Lawrence Dallaglio is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy, James and Richard are each given a budget of £3,000 to buy, at auction, a car built before 1982. They then drive to Majorca to take part in a Regularity Time Trial Rally.
Jeremy, with the help of a dinosaur, drives the new BMW Z4 and the Nissan 370Z GT.
AC/DC singer, Brian Johnson is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy drives the Citroën Berlingo Mulitspace; Richard tries to find out if it is possible to drive so fast that you can not be 'seen' by a speed camera. The Pagani Zonda and Lamborghini Murcielago are the first cars to show what they can do on the new Top Gear track.
The Ford GT40 concept is in the studio; Richard tests he new Mazda 6 and a Volvo 740 which runs on vegetable oil is featured.
Harry Enfield is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Finland has produced some of the finest drivers in both Formula 1 and rallying. James travels to the country and meets Mika Häkkinen to try to find out why this is so. Richard travels farther afield - to Japan - to drive the Toyota iReal which is not so much a car, as a chair with wheels.
This week's challenge is to try and make a second-hand car lap the track faster than a Mitsubishi 300. The (second-hand) car in question is the distinctively unsporty Renault Avantime.
Jeremy finds a new use for a V8 engine; he thinks it will provide a suitable amount of power for a food blender.
Benefiting from the suspension of Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, Top Gear gives Mark Wahlberg a place to plug stuff and a go in the Reasonably Priced Car.
The 40th birthday of the Ferrari Daytona is celebrated in true Top Gear style with a race along the Riviera from Portofino in Italy, to St. Tropez in France. Richard, driving the Daytona, will race James who is in the world's fastest production diesel powerboat, the romantically named XSR48.
Grand Designs presenter Kevin McCloud is this week's Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy, driving a Mitsubishi EVO 7 which has a 'colourful' former owner, is on the run from the British Army. Understandably, they want to shoot at him with an array of interesting live ordinance.
James and Richard race against a stamp, an envelope and the Royal Mail to see which can travel the length of Britain most quickly: the Porsche Panamera or a letter.
On the track, Jeremy and Richard compare and squabble over the Ford Focus RS and the Renault Mégane R26.R.
Olympic gold medal winning sprinter Usain Bolt, is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car, although he would probably be quicker to run.
Jeremy drives the Ford Focus RS and compares it with its rivals - the Honda Civic Type-R and Subaru Impreza WRX. He also drives the Noble M12 GTO, a new British supercar. Jason gives advice on buying a used BMW M3 and Richard drives the Subaru Forrester and a MkII Escort. Also, how many motor bikes can be jumped by a double decker bus?
Jamiroquai front-man, Cat in the Hat and Space Cowboy, Jay Kay is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
This week the boys are in the western United States. Travelling from Las Vegas to Los Angeles via Palm Springs, they make their journey in three front-engined supercars: the Lexus LFA, Dodge Viper and the Aston Martin Vanquish. The trip involves a race against the police and a dash to the Mexican border, where the last man to arrive faces a 'terrifying' penalty.
Mick Fleetwood is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
Jeremy races a Toyota Corolla against James, in an America's Cup AC 45 yacht, along the coastline of New Zealand's North Island. Richard gets the sensible job of reviewing three hot hatchbacks: the Renaultsport Clio 200, Peugeot 208 GTI and the Ford Fiesta ST.
To celebrate the arrival of a new reasonably priced car, Jeremy and Richard host one of their delightful barbecues.moreless
Richard is in Abu Dhabi to drive the 886 bhp Porsche 918 Spyder around the Yas Marina F1 circuit. Stig also drives the Porsche and the McLaren P1 around the Top Gear track: if he can set a faster lap time for the Porsche, Jeremy has promised to change his name to Jennifer.
Speaking of Jennifer - 'he' drives the seventh generation Volkswagen Golf GTI and the BMW M135i. Meanwhile, in an unexpected move, Jeremy/Jennifer and James create a public information film to promote safer cycling, which they present to members of Westminster Council and former cyclist Chris Boardman, who won the gold medal for the Individual Pursuit at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona.
Aaron Paul is the Star (apparently) in the Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
A Westfield XTR2 tries to beat the lap time set by the Pagani Zonda and a gang (what is the collective noun for grannies?) of grannies see who can do the best doughnuts [a 360 degree spin in a car] in a Honda S2000.
Two car designers compile a short-list of the best-looking cars of all time. The cars are the Citroen DS, Lamborghini Miura SV and the Porsche 928.moreless
Cars from the "colonies": the Vauxhall Monaro VXR from Australia and the Chrysler 300C from the United States take on the Jaguar S Type R on the beach at Pendine Sands in south Wales. Back at the Top Gear track, Jeremy is trying to tell the difference between the old Porsche 911 Carrera and the new Porsche 911 Carrera S.
That could be the least of Jeremy's worries, in the last series after looking at the prototype of the new Astra, he said he would eat his own hair if the car actually looked like the prototype when it was launched. With a guest appearance from chef Antony Worrall Thompson in the studio, things aren't looking good for Jeremy.
There's also time to destroy an ice-cream van and some bouncy castles and Bill Bailey is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy and Damon Hill compare the Aston Martin Vanquish with the revised Ferrari 575M; Jason looks at the Nissan Skyline and there's a look at James Bond's Aston Martin. Jeremy interviews rally driver Richard Burns and Richard Hammond compares the Ford Mondeo to similarly-priced German models.
Steve Coogan is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Richard drives the Maybach - a £280,000 rival to the Rolls Royce. Jeremy drives the Mercedes S 600 and the Bentley Arnage T. At the lower end of the car market, the lads, with the help of their very own Q - or Ed China as his friends call him, turn a Rover 820i into a budget James Bond car for £500. Jason looks at the Peugeot 206 as a second-hand buy.
Jonathan Ross is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy drives the 730bhp, V12-powered Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. Richard is in charge of cocking about this week as he finds a novel way of discovering the world's best taxi and James has the run of the recently closed Television Centre with a motorbike and two Parkour enthusiasts. There's also a look at the BAC Mono; a single-seater, road legal sports car.
Ron Howard in the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
In recent years, parts of Britain have become prone to flooding. While Government dithers on how to protect vulnerable areas, Jeremy, James and Richard offer a transport solution for vulnerable areas by building a car that can turn into a hovercraft, which they then demonstrate on the River Avon.
Jeremy is on the track with two variants of the Mercedes SLS AMG: the 622bhp Black Series and the 740bhp Electric Drive, which is powered by four electric motors.
Hugh Jackman is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
In a foreign field, there will forever be three Englishmen falling over and bickering. Anyway, Jeremy, James and Richard embark on a journey across Burma in three less than perfect lorries. Their mission: to build a bridge over the River Kwai.
A battery-powered supercar? Such a thing does exist - it's called a Tesla and Jeremy drives it on the track. James also forsakes the petrol engine this week to drive the hydrogen-powered Honda Clarity in California.
Richard celebrates the 50th year of British Touring Cars and Sir Tom Jones is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy, James and Richard are tasked with demolishing a row of derelict houses more quickly than the demolition experts. This, perhaps, explains why the trio have chosen to use military hardware as their weapons of mass demolition. On the track, Jeremy drives the Lotus T125 and an updated version of the Jensen Interceptor.
Bob Geldof is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The Touring Superleggera Disco Volante. No, it's not an Italian dance troupe - it's a car. It's based on the Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione and Jeremy has packed his disco trousers and headed to Italy to drive it.
Richard is in Dubai to play in the sand with the six-wheel-drive Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6x6 - one of only two in existence. Meanwhile, James also finds himself in 'foreign' territory - he's on the Top Gear track, driving three Caterhams: the Seven 160, the supercharged Seven 620R and the Aero Seven concept.
Jack Whitehall is the Star Made Famous by his Dad who is an Agent in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
It's a brave move to remake The Sweeney. It's even braver to let Jeremy and Richard help choreograph a car chase scene. That's going to go well...
James drives the Vauxhall Corsa VXR Nurburgring. He also gives his thoughts (waffles on for a day) on the updated Fiat Panda.
Ryan Reynolds is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
The Ashes were won convincingly and are safely back where they belong in England. This crushing defeat has not deterred our Aussie friends from competing against us. Oh no. Now the Top Gear Australia boys are taking on our very own brave Blighty boys in a series of automotive challenges. On the track, Jeremy drives the Ferrari 590 GTO.
Boris Becker is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Jeremy and James pay a visit to Lincoln in electric cars: the Nissan Leaf and the Peugeot iOn. Jeremy drives the new Lamborghini Aventador and Richard spends the day with a rally team; the members of which are all ex-military amputees.
Louis Walsh is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
As they advance in years, Jeremy, James and Richard come over all nostalgic for the hot hatchbacks of their youth. To prove the pocket rockets of yesteryear were better than the present days versions, they take a Volkswagen Golf GTI, Ford Fiesta XR2i and a Vauxhall Nova SR1 (?!?) on a road trip, which concludes at an army training ground in Wales. Expect gunfire.
Hugh Bonneville is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.moreless
A budget of £1,500, a rear-wheel drive coupé and some French ice. Undoubtedly a Top Gear challenge equally as daft as any which has gone before. Jeremy drives the new 500bhp Jaguar XFR.
Sienna Miller is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
This week, Jeremy, James and Richard are curating an exhibition of motoring-related art at the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (in, not surprisingly, Middlesbrough). This exhibition includes work created by the three presenters. On the track, Jeremy drives the new Noble M600.
Jenson Button is the Formula 1 World Champion in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Broadcast time, 8pm on BBC 2 & BBC HD.
The boys travel to the former jewel in the former crown for tiffin and tea. On a less important note, they embark on a trade mission to help boost trading links between India and Great Britain. In order to travel cross this vast country, the boys have a budget of £7,000 to buy three British cars that won't fall apart or drown in their own puddles of oil. Rule Britannia!moreless