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Top Gear, Series 10Closed Captioning

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You'd have thought by now that Top Gear has reached double figures things would calm down a bit and the presenters would start to act their age... Well you'd be wrong. Series 10 is as ambitious as ever, featuring some challenges that only the very brave — or the very stupid — would dare to undertake. For example, who in their right mind would attempt to cross the treacherous English Channel in a fleet of amphibious cars that are less seaworthy than the average church? You guessed it — Top Gear's three intrepid presenters Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May. Of course Top Gear is much more than just three grown men who should know better larking about. There's some serious car journalism in there too with exhaustive road tests of the latest models; man versus machine experiments and weekly power tests featuring the world's most exotic super cars.

Customer Reviews

A great series, unfortunately you only get to see half of it

Top Gear is one of my most favourite TV programmes of all time, and so I was ecstatic when these were uploaded onto iTunes. However, to my disappointment it has been the latest show to suffer from the cuts that Apple seem to enforce on everything that isn't absolutely brand new. Unlike the new series 12, which is the whole show (the time is about 1 hour for each episode) these have obviously been subjected to licensing cuts, as pretty much all of the episodes barely hit 50 minutes. Also, I have to complain about the picture quality. There's nothing really wrong with it, but it's obvious the BBC don't want it to be better than iPlayer quality, and so you're stuck with a measly 640x360 resolution. Put the proper show on, then I'll consider buying. Until then, stick to re-runs on BBC.

Why is there 10 mins chopped of each?

Its a fantastic tv show but it looks like they have been pulled of the Tv Channel DAVE. They lock about 10-15 mins off each Top Gear. I want to buy this but not 7/10 of it. I don't understand. Who has decided to cut some off? Why? For the price that is unfair. Top Gear is fantastic though and i strongly reccomend that you buy Season 12. They are FULL LENGTH too!

typical apple rip off

this programme was shown for free on BBC2 several times, it was also available on BBC iplayer for free. So how can anyone justify paying nearly 2 quid for it? i don't blame apple for this, they can't help themselves when it comes to ripping off consumers. But the BBC, you should know better than to have let Apple get their hands on it!!