Robert Alleyne lends a hand with a border collie that is aggressive toward men, while Lynne Davies tackles a pair of canines that are terrorising their neighbourhood. Plus Mic Martin comes to the aid of a family whose pet won't stop stealing balls.
A drive in a Formula one car for Richard Hammond , with a few tips from special guest Lewis Hamilton. Jeremy Clarkson and James May rampage through a historic vehicle collection attempting to find the first car with the control layout we know today and the Vauxhall VXR8 grunts around the test track. Plus a BMW that can drive itself and James Blunt is the star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
5/8. The team travel stateside to catch out members of the public, aiming to teach them how to become more vigilant. Jess makes off with a slot player's coin bucket, Alex and Paul hustle a group of lads out of their drinking money, and some tourists find themselves short of their luggage.
Concluding the two-part countdown of some memorable, yet highly irritating, moments in music, featuring such enthrallingly awful events as Joss Stone at the Brits in 2007, Brian May playing on the roof of Buckingham
Palace, and Bryan Ferry praising Nazi architecture.
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