THE Grand Tour, formerly known as Top Gear, crew are still driving forwards with their age-old schtick - but it's a lot of fun for fans.
In this second lockdown special, the trio dive into the bizarre world of French car culture.
"We set about in this show to answer an important question,” says Jeremy Clarkson. "What is the matter with the French?"
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Culture Secretary admits to breaching Netflix conditions
THE Culture Secretary has admitted she shares her Netflix password with four other households across the country.
DEALS TO BE EXTENDED
ARGYLE WILL TIE PLAYERS DOWN DURING SEASON
Eggbuckland Girls U15s team aiming for Cup Final success
TALENTED footballers from PlymCommunity outh's Eggbuckland College are preparing to triumph at the English Schools National Cup Final in Birmingham next week.
Teenager accused of US shootings faces court
THE white man accused of killing 10 black people at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York state, has appeared in court, standing silently during brief proceedings attended by some relatives of the victims after a grand jury indicted him.
No further party fines for Johnson
POLICE have told Boris Johnson he faces no further action over lockdown breaches, Downing Street said, after the Metropolitan Police concluded its 'Partygate' investigation with a total of 126 fines.
HMS Ardent memories preserved
FALKLANDS WAR veterans are commemorating the 40th anniversary of the sinking of HMS Ardent during the conflict on May 21, 1982.
Council says traffic delays are 'inevitable'
PLYMOUTH City Council has said there is 'no magic wand' to solve the traffic chaos seen in the city.
Tavistock C ladies cause a big upset against B team rivals
Hill Lane's Mike Harley, Phil Hore, Mike Smith and Kamran Khan and Yelverton's Chris Webber, Mike Shaw, Steve McCormick and Terry Leonard
Barker stars again as Gladiators keen their super home form going
CORNISHMEN Ben Barker and Chris ‘Bomber’ Harris were the stars of the show as the Plymouth Gladiators took on the Berwick Bandits, where a hard-fought 49-41 win for the home side saw them climb to third place in the Championship standings.
St Luke's joins forces with Help for Heroes
IMPROVED end-of-life care and support for veterans is the aim of a project between two charities.
Building with a sense of place
Work is underway on our newest Idea House, a contemporary, energy-efficient home that reflects its Rocky Mountain setting
Can Forensic Science Be Trusted?
The story of a forensic analyst in Ohio, whose findings in multiple cases have been called into question, reveals the systemic flaws in American crime labs.
ANGIE CUTS HER BROTHER DEAD!
From kinky kiss to shocking dis
JUST BETWEEN FRIENDS ALISON
IN THE NEW HULU SERIES CONVERSATIONS WITH FRIENDS, ALISON OLIVER AND HER COSTAR JOE ALWYN SPARK AN ONSCREEN CHEMISTRY TOO INTENSE TO IGNORE.
FOCUSING ON WHAT MATTERS MOMENT BY MOMENT
The Summer 2002 issue of S&H included this still-timely article
BARBRA STREISAND: What I've Learned at 80
THE PERFORMER OPENS UP ABOUT FAME, FAMILY & THE PERKS OF GROWING OLDER
BUSTER KEATON: THE TEARS - Behind the Laughs
THE COMIC ACTOR WENT INTO A FREE FALL AT THE HEIGHT OF HIS CAREER, BUT LOVE BECAME HIS SAFETY NET
Chapter 2: One Woman's Quest to Find Love or Something Like It
In the second installment of our spiciest series, resident dating columnist Zara Field* explores her newfound desires.
Exactly Where to Eat in Nashville's Legendary Food Scene
Sure, it's got great music, but the city's true flavor lives in its hot-chicken shacks, casual-cool eateries, and super chef-y restaurants. Welcome to your very detailed food-tour itinerary of the absolute best spots.
A Toast to Death & Co
The founders of Manhattan's iconic cocktail mecca break down the rules of mastering mixology