Jeremy Clarkson has seen rather more of the world than most. He has, as they say, been around a bit. And as a result, he's got one or two things to tell us about how it all works - and being Jeremy Clarkson he's not about to voice them quietly, humbly and without great dollops of humour.
In 'The World According to Jeremy Clarkson', he reveals why is it that:
- too much science is bad for our health
- '70's rock music is nothing to be ashamed of
- hunting foxes while drunk and wearing night-lights is neither big nor clever
- we must work harder to get rid of cricket he likes the Germans (well, sometimes)
With a strong dose of common sense that is rarely, if ever, found inside the M25, Clarkson hilariously attacks the the pompus, the ridiculous, the absurd and the downright idiodic ideas, people and institutions that we all have to put up with at home and abroad, whilst also celebrating the eccentric, the clever and the sheer bloody brilliant.