Richard Hammond has bounced back from his Mexican gaffe to make his first foray into web television this week with a new series that looks at technology topics such as "what weirdos did before the internet".
The new 20-part series, called Richard Hammond's Tech Head, marks the Top Gear co-presenter's first crack at online TV. To date his shows, which include Blast Lab and Total Wipeout, have all been TV productions for the BBC.
Hammond is to front a new series of five minute weekly episodes of Tech Head which promise to take an "irreverent look at everything form toasters to tanks". Topics will also include "how farmers use the most lethal technology kown to mankind".
The show will be available free-to-air via a dedicated YouTube channel and also on iTunes with the first episode,