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Jeremy Clarkson and James May join us for Breakfast

Duration:
2 hours, 59 minutes
First broadcast:
Thursday 29 November 2012

Top Gear twosome Jeremy Clarkson and James May make a pit stop for breakfast!

They'll be giving their take on the good, the bad and the ugly in the car world following the launch of their new DVD, 'The Worst Car in the History of the World'. Is yours in the list?!

King of Cars Clarkson shot to TV fame when he began presenting Top Gear in 1988. 26 years and a new format later, Clarkson continues to showcase his automobile appreciation on screen and in column inches.

'Captain Slow', aka James May, first appeared on Top Gear in 1999, and in their latest adventure has joined JC to the North of England. Here, they reveal some of the worst cars ever manufactured, comparing them to some of the more alluring autos they come across along the way.

Join the gang for motors, mochas and munchies!

Music Played

22 items
  • Image for Kaiser Chiefs

    Kaiser Chiefs Ruby

    (CD Single), B-Unique

  • Image for Olly Murs

    Olly Murs Troublemaker

    (CD Single), Epic, 1

  • Image for Bing Crosby

    Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra Well Did You Evah!

    High Society Soundtrack, Capitol

  • Image for Madness

    Madness It Must Be Love

    The 80's Love Album (Various Artists, Virgin

  • Image for The Rembrandts

    The Rembrandts I'll Be There For You

    The Love Songs Album (Various), Universal

  • Image for James

    James Sit Down

    True Brit (Various Artists), Polygram Tv

  • Image for Booker T. & The MG’s

    Booker T. & The MG’s Soul Limbo

    Cafe Latino (Various Artists), Telstar

  • Image for Deacon Blue

    Deacon Blue The Outsiders

    (CD Single), Edsel, 6

  • Image for Various Artists

    Various Artists Perfect Day

    The Best 90's Album In The World...Ev, Virgin

  • Image for Four Tops

    Four Tops Walk Away Renee

    The Four Tops - The Singles Collectio, Polygram Tv

  • Image for Bruno Mars

    Bruno Mars Locked Out Of Heaven

    (CD Single), Atlantic, 1

  • Image for The Supremes

    The Supremes Baby Love

    Diana Ross & The Supremes - 40 Motown, Polygram Tv

  • Image for Ramones

    Ramones Baby I Love You

    The Ramones - End Of The Century, Sire

  • Image for Badfinger

    Badfinger Come & Get It

    Magic Christian Music By Badfinger, Apple

  • Image for Status Quo

    Status Quo Rockin' All Over The World

    Whatever You Want - V.Best Of Status, Polygram Tv

  • Image for Jeff Lynne

    Jeff Lynne Mercy Mercy

    Long Wave, Frontiers Records, 4

  • Image for The Temptations

    The Temptations Get Ready

    Dancing In The Street (Various Artis, Universal Music Tv

  • Image for Sly & The Family Stone

    Sly & The Family Stone Everyday People

    The Woodstock Generation (Various), Nectar

  • Image for Genesis

    Genesis I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)

    Genesis - Turn It On Again, Virgin

  • Image for Steely Dan

    Steely Dan Rikki Don't Lose That Number

    A Decade Of Steely Dan, MCA

  • Image for Massive Attack

    Massive Attack Unfinished Sympathy

    Music Of The Millennium (Various), Universal Music Tv

  • Image for Snow Patrol

    Snow Patrol Chasing Cars

    (CD Single), Fiction

  • Pause for Thought

    From Baroness Julia Neuberger, Senior Rabbi at the West London Synagogue.

    This last Tuesday, there was a short ceremony to dedicate a multifaith Room of Prayer in the House of Lords, which I was honoured to take part in, alongside two Christian colleagues, and one Muslim. The room is not very large, but it has amazing lit glass art work in calming blues and cream, as well as washing facilities and a screen for dividing men and women for those who need it. It’s there for members of both Houses of Parliament, and for any staff who want to use it. And it has a profound sense of calm about it- calm which tends to be in very short supply in the political maelstrom that is the Westminster village.

    It’s lovely that it’s happened at all, with the Speakers of both Houses there to wish it well. But what’s even more important is that it is the culmination of a long period of reflection and design, the result of honest talking and considerable soul searching. Interfaith dialogue is easy enough- you can say quite a lot about how Jews, or Christians, or Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs or Buddhists, view concepts of immortality, or sin, for instance. What’s much harder- as in all areas of life- is to work with people with whom you differ considerably towards building something important together. Talking can help bring understanding. But working together on a project produces a much stronger bond- you’ve had to negotiate, persuade, accept compromise, and be proud of the shared result. It bodes well that Parliament has taken the lead in designing the Room of Prayer, funding it, rejoicing in it, dedicating it…. That demonstrates that doing things together, in a multifaith way, is how our society now operates, and how it should operate, too, even when it’s less than easy, because it’s the tough stuff that brings the rewards.

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