Motorworld (1995–1996)

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Jeremy Clarkson travels the world presenting different countries car history and their motoring culture.

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Jeremy Clarkson travels the world presenting different countries car history and their motoring culture.

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5 January 1995 (UK)  »

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The time of the car
2 November 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

When Jeremy Clarkson first left Top Gear in the mid 1990s it was not the end of his association with motoring programmes.

Somewhere between those videos or DVDs he made for the Christmas market was this wry and intelligent look at automobiles around the world examining motoring culture and car history. The series was made for the BBC as he literally travels the world looking up the car scene and how it developed.

Jeremy Clarkson is a long way from the buffoonery and rent a gob opinions which he is now more famous for. In the first series he travelled to Japan, Iceland, Vietnam, India and Detroit, motor city itself.

You find how far you will not go in Tokyo city as they seem to have permanent congestion. In Detroit he got to chat with Bob Seger and ironically in the mid 1990s after a few lean years the city was more optimistic about the future as the car industry looked to be doing well.

The second series also featured the UK as Clarkson demonstrated how in the late 1960s/early 1970s, people in Britain started their engines in cold winter mornings before those Japanese cars arrived.

A fun and informative series.

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