Sacha Baron Cohen's comedy character returns in a new show featuring behind-the-scenes footage from Borat 2.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie starred in the 2005 big screen action film, which is being reimagined for Amazon Prime.
We go behind the scenes with the The Great Escapists and The Grand Tour presenter.
The Borat star explains how they pulled off that hotel room scene with the former New York mayor.
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The comedy actor is reprising his role as the fictional Kazakh journalist in an upcoming Amazon Prime sequel.
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He and co-presenters Jeremy Clarkson and James May have sparked controversy on a number of occasions with their remarks.
A series of protests have been planned across the world for Prime Day, an annual 48-hour consumer sale on Amazon’s website. Workers in the US, the UK and Germany have said they are protesting working conditions in the Amazon warehouses which organise and ship millions of products bought online every day. In another protest in New York, protest group La Resistenia are using Prime Day to bring attention to how Amazon Web Services (AWS) are allegedly being used by ICE (US immigration) to run their systems. Amazon rang up total sales of $235bn (£188bn) of online sales last year. CEO Jeff Bezos is the wealthiest man in the world.