Mic Martin squares up to a spoilt chihuahua whose cute looks belie its fearsome fighting ability. Dog behaviourist Robert Alleyne wrangles with two uncontrollable bull terrier crosses and their owners, while Lynne Davies comes face to face with Sky, a great dane with an attitude problem.
Celebrating 40 years of British Leyland as Jeremy Clarkson , Richard Hammond and James May put three of their cars through their paces. Meanwhile, the Aston Martin DBS takes to the test track and Jennifer Saunders is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
The ego-massaged world of popstardom produces daily embarassment. Here is a countdown of regrettable yet amusing moments, including Bryan Ferry praising Nazi architecture and Brian May spraying guitar solos from the roof of Buckingham Palace.
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