How the fuck does broadcasting it days after the tragic murder of an Indian student (which may well have nothing to do with him being Indian) add insult to injury?
Does it add insult to injury to broadcast it on a day when no doubt some people were killed by cars as well?
Or are the Mail suggesting that it was Top Gear and Clarkson specifically who drove the guy to shoot this particular student?
Truly the Mail will leave no stone unturned and no desperate bandwagon un-jumped when it comes to generating FURY.
Glad to see that the Leveson enquiry has made them rethink their entire ethos and start the New Year as a shining example of good journalism......oh
I watched the special last night, and it certainly wasn't offensive or racist (compared to 73.2% of all Daily Mail stories).
It just wasn't particularly good. They seem to be going more and more down the heavily scripting and desperately contrived bum and poo gags (not that that's always a bad thing
I suspect they (the production company) are more concerned with cashing in on the brand than producing good television.
If they stuck to the high production values and great filming of previous specials (Botswana, Vietnam, US) and filmed the genuine experiences of three people who clearly do enjoy each others company, it would be so much better.
Instead, I wonder how many parents had to explain what a "muff" was this Christmas?
If I recall, its a particular type of British crumpet found only in certain parts of Oxfordshire and shared at dinner parties involving the Prime Minister, prominent tabloid editors and TV hosts - or am I remembering that wrong?