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Clarkson hopes to ‘appear on BBC all a time’

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Clarkson pronounced he didn’t consider a BBC should have to exhibit talent salaries

Former Top Gear horde Jeremy Clarkson, whose new Amazon uncover launches after this month, says he still hopes to “appear on a BBC all a time”.

Clarkson left a BBC’s renouned Top Gear uncover underneath a cloud in 2015 after punching writer Oisin Tymon.

He said: “I was never sacked from a BBC, they only didn’t replenish my agreement on Top Gear.”

Speaking to a Radio Times, he added: “I haven’t left. I’ve only finished QI and Have we Got News for You.”

But he pronounced he was enjoying one aspect of operative with Amazon on new uncover The Grand Tour that he didn’t knowledge during a BBC.

“The unequivocally large disproportion between Amazon and a BBC is when we finish a film on The Grand Tour, Amazon ring us adult and squeak, ‘It’s brilliant, we adore it!’… You never got that from a BBC.”

However, in a apart interview, Clarkson praised a BBC for a approach it nurtured talent.

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The Grand Tour reunites Clarkson with Hammond and May

He pronounced it is a “brilliant organization for vouchsafing we grow”.

“Everything we know about creation radio we learnt from a BBC,” he said.

“How prolonged were we left-handed around on BBC Two? Three or 4 years we suppose? Awful. (We made) terrible mistakes and nobody was unequivocally examination and afterwards after Richard Hammond went upside down, everybody started to watch.

“By afterwards a uncover had got utterly good. So (the BBC) is really good during vouchsafing a uncover rise and grow, until it becomes a masterpiece that is Autumnwatch now.”

He added: “The Beeb was tremendous. They were bloody good people.”

Salaries revealed

He also shielded a house over talent salaries.

He described a new Royal Charter as “disgusting” for perfectionist all BBC employees who acquire some-more than £150,000 contingency exhibit their salaries.

“Nobody talks about their earnings. You only don’t do it,” pronounced Clarkson.

“I consider if you’re going to put somebody in a government position using a BBC, for example, Tony Hall, we would assume and wish he is able of determining who gets paid what, and he doesn’t have to explain it to each singular Tom, Dick and Harry in a country.”

The Grand Tour reunites Clarkson with his ex-Top Gear colleagues James May, Richard Hammond and writer Andy Wilman.

It launches on 18 Nov on Amazon Prime.

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