This week's audience figures: 6.4m - a 28% share.
Audience figures: 7.2m - a 30.2% share.
Audience figures: 6.5 million - a 26.9% share of the audience.
This week's audience figures: 6.1 million, a 27% share of the audience.
Episode figures for this episode: 5.7 million veiwers, a 25% audience share.
The audience figure for this week's show was 6.2 million viewers. A 27% share.
The audience figures for this episode were 7.1 million - a 30.4% share, with a peak audience of 7.8 million viewers. These figures confirmed Top Gear as the most watched programme of British television on Sunday 21st June 2009.
Based on exchange rates from shortly after this episode aired on 12th December 2008, the 15 million Vietnamese Dong which each presenter received was worth approximately £590, €655, or $858.
6.1 million people watched this episode, a 22.7% share of the viewing audience.
In this episode, Jeremy presumed that the Gaydon Motor Museum [actually called the Heritage Motor Centre] had a preserved Morris Marina as part of its collection. The museum does in fact have a Marina - a 1974 SRV model. True to the low expectations of the Top Gear presenters, the car is unusable due to the fact that its brakes were dismantled and it has had its nose cone damaged.
6.6 million viewers [25.1% audience share] watched this episode, reaching a peak audience figure of 7.3 million.
This week's audience figures: 6.7 million, with a peak of peak of 7.2 million - 23.2% of the TV audience.
Greenham Common is a former airbase used by both the RAF (1941-1946) and latterly, by the United States Airforce (1968-1992). In 1981, a group of peace protesters called Women for Life on Earth began a protest at the base... they were unhappy with the British Government's decision to allow Cruise missiles to be based there.
The number of protesters grew and a permanent camp was set up. The protesters - mainly women - became known as the Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp. In 1984 the women were evicted from the land they occupied, but returned and the camp remained at Greenham Common until 2000. The missiles were removed in 1991. Greenham Common has been used for civilian purposes since 1993.
7 million viewers - a 24.5% audience share - watched this episode. The audience peaked at 7.5 million.
Top Gear was once again the most popular programme on BBC2. 6.6 million people watched this episode with the audience peaking at 7.4 million - a 23.3% share of the TV audience.
6.5 million - a 22.6% share of the audience, watched this episode of Top Gear. The audience peaked at 7 million (23.8% share).
Top Gear continues to be BBC2's most watched programme. 6.9 million viewers (23.9% of the audience) watched the programme. The audience peaked at 7.5 million viewers.
This series of Top Gear started with good viewing figures. 7 million people watched the show (peaking at 7.6 million), which was a 24.8% share of the available audience.
An audience of 5 million - a 23% share - watched this, the final episode of the current series.
The audience figures for this week's programme were 6.1 million - a 26% share.