Rating Exactly How ‘Yer Da’ The First Episode of ‘The Grand Tour’ Is
I got up at 7am to watch 'The Grand Tour' and if you don't read this I want my money back.
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Robot Wars Is Coming Back And Here’s Why You Should Be Really Fucking Excited
We know what you’re thinking: “Is Robot Wars really a sport?” The answer is: yes, it’s a sport for robots, and we won’t hear a single word to the contrary.
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Why 2016 Is the Year of the Hard-Done-By British Bloke
They have been largely ignored for half a decade, but during the lead up to the EU referendum they've finally threatened to seize control.
The New 'Top Gear': Reasonably Slick and Perfectly Dull
I embodied your dad to review the Clarkson-less car show.
Amazon Drone Delivery Is Actually Happening
Actual footage of a working Prime Air unmanned aircraft appears with a monologue from Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson.
Explaining the TFI Friday Reunion to Anyone Under 25
From the inexplicable appearance of the Archbishop of York to the return of Shaun Ryder.
Why We Should Care About the Future of the BBC
Our new Minister for Culture thinks the TV licence fee is "worse than a poll tax" and it's generating fear throughout the BBC. "There's a feeling that it's the end," said an in-house producer we spoke to.
The VICE Guide to Mental Health
Being Mindful of the Language Surrounding Mental Health Isn't 'PC Gone Mad' – It's Basic Humanity
Considering the tabloid headlines surrounding Andreas Lubitz's depression, how far have we really come since <i>the Sun's</i> infamous "Bonkers Bruno" splash in the way we publicly acknowledge mental illness?
Your Dad’s Gone Rogue: Guido Fawkes Bloggers Drive a Tank to the BBC to 'Save Clarkson'
This is one of the most embarrassing days in Britain's history.
Jeremy Clarkson Is the UK's Only Real Rock Star
He might be a dick, but that's more than you say for anyone in Clean Bandit.
Jeremy Clarkson and the War on British Dads
Your dad is tired. He's stuck in a future that doesn't want him. Everything he likes is lame, everything he does is boring, everything he says is problematic. All he wants is to live inside Jeremy Clarkson's brain.
Remembering Holy Moly – by the Man Who Started It
The celebrity gossip site Holy Moly closed yesterday, after 13 years faithful service. Jamie East, its founder, reminisces on a pre-libel law internet, nearly losing his house and thumb fighting with Alex Reid.