Best Of Top Gear

7:30pm Thursday, September 27 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May set out to buy second hand convertibles and discover some of the unusual pitfalls to watch out for when picking up a used car bargain. Jeremy is also out on the test track in the insanely powerful Pagani Zonda R, whilst actors Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are the Stars in the Reasonably Priced Car.

7:30pm Thursday, September 20 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

In if-you-can’t-beat-them-join-them Top Gear, the boys take a break from blowing up caravans to go on holiday in one instead. Tonight they learn that there are some pretty weird car cultures out there. In America, some people fit hydraulic suspensions to their cars – making them as low to the ground as possible, so the vehicle can then be made to ‘jump’ about. But even more ridiculous is a group of Brits who attach a lump of plastic to their tow-bar on a Friday night, then drag it across the country to a large expanse of grass and sleep in it. Why would someone subject themselves to a painfully slow journey to sleep in a plastic box? This, it seems, is a question with no real answer. James, Richard and Jeremy certainly do not seem to enjoy their trip much. They do not like the humiliation of having to go to the toilet in a bucket filled with blue water. There is, however, some amusement to be gleaned from watching James crash while trying to do three-point turns.

7:30pm Thursday, September 13 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

In the encore screening of this Winter Olympics special, the Top Gear team attempt Olympic events… with cars. Watch the team as they attempt to fire a rocket-powered Mini off a ski jump and tackle the biathlon with the latest 4x4s.

7:30pm Thursday, September 6 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May star in a compilation of their finest moments from the last year featuring amazing challenges, spectacular stunts and a small amount of bickering. Plus The Stig attacks the track in a new sports car and it’s another chance to see a classic celebrity guest in the Reasonably Priced Car.

7:30pm Thursday, August 30 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

In this encore screening of Top Gear, the team go for a world first and turn a people carrier into a convertible. Clarkson goes mental in the new Koenigsegg, James enjoys a new Honda, and Richard doesn’t enjoy the Micra C+C… at all.

7:30pm Thursday, August 23 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May star in a compilation of their finest moments, featuring amazing challenges, spectacular stunts and a small amount of bickering. Plus The Stig attacks the track in a new sports car and there’s another chance to see a classic celebrity guest in the Reasonably Priced Car.

7:30pm Thursday, August 16 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Relive your favourite Top Gear antics with a selection of the best episodes! Join Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May as they mess around with motors in bizarre, extraordinary and hilarious scenarios. In this episode, Jeremy finds a novel way to drive the Vauxhall Signum, the team travel to Germany to test General Motors’ revolutionary Hy-wire concept car, and actor Patrick Stewart drives the reasonably priced car.

8:30pm Sunday, July 15 on Prime

Reality Series

In this encore screening of Top Gear, our presenters go for a world first and turn a people carrier into a convertible. Jeremy goes mental in the new Koenigsegg, James enjoys a new Honda, and Richard doesn’t enjoy the Micra C+C… at all.

8:30pm Sunday, July 8 on Prime

Reality Series

The Top Gear boys hit the USA for an epic road trip up the east coast comparing the Mercedes SLS, the Porsche 911 GT3 RS, and the Ferrari 458 Italia to find which one’s the world’s greatest sports car.

8:30pm Sunday, July 1 on Prime

Reality Series

On a Master-And-Commander meets Swallows-And-Amazons Top Gear, the presenters each set about creating their own amphibious vehicles. No one has produced an aquatic vehicle that has sold more than a couple of units. Most don’t even make it past the prototype stage. So, armed with their extensive experience of mechanical tinkering, who better to try to crack the boat/car formula than our intrepid presenters?