Jeremy Clarkson has issued an apology to 'Top Gear' producer Oisin Tymon, after settling a £100,000 claim over the now infamous
While the exchanges might seem harmless, they are indicative of an ingrained attitude that Irish people are fair game for mocking and stereotypical slurs. The drunken Irish, the stupid, backwards Irish, the bog Irish with accents so thick you can barely understand them.
His was the star around which the show orbited. James May was the brains, Richard Hammond was the sidekick, the production and editing teams were among the best in the world, but the show needed a Peter Pan.
Sacked ‘Top Gear’ presenter Jeremy Clarkson has urged his fans to leave BBC producer Oisin Tymon alone. READ MORE: Jeremy
‘Top Gear’ producer Oisin Tymon has revealed that he won’t be pressing charges against Jeremy Clarkson. READ MORE: Jeremy
Following the BBC's decision not to renew Jeremy Clarkson's contract after his 'fracas' with a producer, many people on the
The man had to go to A&E because he has blood running down his face, yet people are threatening to do worse to him just because
Mr Tymon said: "I've worked on Top Gear for almost a decade, a programme I love. Over that time Jeremy and I had a positive
Jeremy Clarkson's future at Top Gear hangs in the balance... He told the Radio Times: “You would be taking the fire out of