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Our Favourite Top Gear Christmas Specials

On the 29 December, you can see out the decade with a brand-new Top Gear Christmas special. The new episode is promised to be “epic and gruelling” and a must-see for the holiday season. It follows the presenters as they set out on one of their “toughest road trips away” across Nepal’s capital Kathmandu, to the Forbidden City of Lo Manthang. If there’s anything that will add purpose to the awkward five days between Christmas and New Year, it should be this. But will it be as good as the festive episodes that came before? This week, we’re looking at some of our favourite Top Gear Christmas Specials of all time.

Vietnam Special,

The minute episode first aired in but is still just as entertaining 11 years on. Across the Oracle team, this special stood out by a mile. The episode follows Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May on their journey to Vietnam. However, it’s not as easy as it seems, as all three of them had to find something to drive there in for 15 million dong, which is equivalent to around £!

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Bolivia Special,

This episode was rated an impressive out of 10 on IMDB and “took TopGear to a whole new level”. The trio take a mile journey from the Amazon Rainforest to the Pacific Ocean in a second-hand Bolivian four-wheel-drive. Luckily for you, if you missed it back in , or just want to watch it again, it’s on Dave on Friday 27th. A perfect way to get in the mood for the special!

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Middle East Special,

Clarkson, Hammond and May set off on another road trip, but this time, they’re in sports cars on a journey across the Middle East to Jerusalem. How festive! The trio refer to themselves in the episode as the ‘Three Wise Men’ as they take the same route that we know so well from the Nativity. But instead of gold, frankincense and myrrh, they come bearing “gold, shampoo and a Nintendo DS”. Close enough!

India Special,

“I’m not paying £13 quid”. This is the infamous Clarkson quote from this episode which is now a frequently used meme &#; for this reason alone, it would be rude not to feature it in our list! The special takes the trio to India in three old British cars in a bid to “boost the economy by embarking on a trade mission”. The three travel around India promoting Great Britain with three quintessentially British products, which has “distinctly mixed results”.

 

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Top Gear: Middle East Special

2nd episode of the sixteenth series of Top Gear

Top Gear: Middle East Special (or Top Gear: Nativity Special)[1][2] is a minute-long extended episode of Top Gear series The film predates the Syrian Civil War and involves a 1,mile (1,&#;km) road-trip from Erbil International Airport in Iraqi Kurdistan to Bethlehem, nominally recreating the journey of the Three Wise Men.[3] Their journey takes them across the Middle East via southern Turkey, the cities of Aleppo, Palmyra and Damascus in Syria, then Jerash in Jordan and finally the Mount of Olives.[4][5][6] The journey includes visiting an abandoned theme park,[7] and a stop at Ein Gev on the Sea of Galilee.[8]

Because it was a BBC production the Top Gear film crew were prevented from crossing the Iran–Iraq border.[9] During filming in Syria, presenter James May suffered a concussion having been knocked over by a tow rope,[3][10] and was collected from hospital by Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond who were wearing burqas as a disguise.[11] The film crew encountered food poisoning, landmines, and border controls.[12] May was greeted by locals using his name in Iraq and Syria.[13] Whilst crossing Syria the presenters discovered they were extremely popular and well known.[14]

The cars purchased with a budget of £3, each have number plates from the country of Georgia.[5] Clarkson is driving a Mazda MX-5, Hammond a Fiat Barchetta Riviera and May a BMW Z3.[5] The team arrives sitting in their vehicles inside a Russian Cargo aeroplane which opens the cargo door prior to landing and performs a go-around, before the starting location is revealed as Iraq.[5]

Experiments were made on bulletproofing the car doors.[15] During the trip the cars were decorated in a Bedouin-style,[16] with survival equipment, and one car with bull bars and a large hookah.[16] Hammond's car was fitted with a car stereo that played songs by Genesis non-stop, and was transformed to give the appearance of a nomadic tent.[15] May's BMW was camouflaged using inspiration from the Afrika Corps,[17] and Clarkson's Mazda received a Technicolour Dreamcoat-style paint scheme.[18] During a NASCAR-style rally race at a Roman circus, the Gladiator soundtrack is played along with music from Ben-Hur.[19] Clarkson narrates the words "Peace on Earth, and Goodwill to all men" from the Annunciation to the shepherds as the team are seen passing the Israeli West Bank barrier.[20] The episode ends with the presenters finding a miniature version of The Stig, complete with racing overalls and helmet.[21] The presenters' gifts are a gold-relief medallion, a shampoo bottle called "Frankincense" and a Nintendo DS in-lieu of myrrh.[5]

Along with the Top Gear: East Coast Road Trip it was one of two specials produced in [22] It was broadcast in the United Kingdom on 26 December and watched by million viewers on BBC Two plus , viewers on BBC HD.[23] The following-day repeat had a 7-day total of million viewers on BBC Two, plus , on BBC HD.[24] By the end of December , it had been viewed million times on the BBC iPlayer.[25] It was scheduled for broadcast in Australia on 8 February on Channel Nine,[26] and watched by , viewers.[27] The adventure was included in the "Top Gear – The Great Adventures 1–4" DVD box set released in [28]

Planning for the episode began in January ,[29] with the concept of the Baby Stig added later as a plot device to introduce a new Stig following the departure of Ben Collins.[30] The Top Gearconvoy included support vehicles for camera crews and the production team,[31] plus a medic and a private security team.[32] Filming took place during October , with the convoy negotiating the Sheikh Hussein Bridge border crossing from Jordan to Israel on 19 October [29][33][31] Subsequent filming took place in Nazareth with the crew departing via Highway 6.[34] The Kurdistan UK Friendship Association, RUS Aviation (suppliers of the Ilyushin Il cargo plane), and the Syrian Automobile club are thanked in the credits.[35]

After the screening of the episode the three main cars joined the World of Top Gear exhibition in the collection of the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu in England.[17][36][37] The cars were exhibited again at the ExCeL London conference centre for Top Gear Live in November [38][39] Unpainted HO scale and TT scale models were made available for 3D printing.[40]

For the Middle East Special the BBC Trust's Editorial Standards Committee reviewed two rejected appeals in June ,[41] two in July [42] and one in October ,[43] noting in all instances that they were "satisfied that the decision not to proceed with the appeal was correct."[41][42][43]

At the time, The Daily Telegraph described it as "one of the best [Top Gear] specials yet."[22] In the Swiss magazine Watson (de) included the Middle East Special on their top-eighteen best Top Gear moments describing it as the best Christmas Special of all time.[44] In , Clarkson described the Middle East Special as the best of the adventures to watch.[45]

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Specials, originally,were episodes of Top Gear in which the show's three presenters at the time, Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond, head to an international location for a road trip. These specials differed from regular episodes insofar that they were longer than the standard sixty minute episodes; the Top Gear studio is only used at the beginning of the episodes and there are no power tests or SIARPC segments. Generally, these specials aired at Christmas time during each Winter series.

Though often disputed, there were eleven specials broadcast over nine separate years, the first one being the Winter Olympics Special which aired in as the finale for Series 7. This special was different from the others as it did not feature a road trip, with the first of the familiarly-formatted specials being the USA Special in The show's final special, the Patagonia Special, aired in , as a prelude to Top Gear's twenty-second series. Typically, the specials were one-off episodes but later the format changed - in the Africa, Burma, and Patagonia Specials, which were broadcast in two parts.

Special episodes were revived in the presenters' successive show, The Grand Tour, with a two-part special set in Namibia, entitled The Beach (Buggy) Boys, having aired in late December A second special, set in Colombia, originally intended to air in between Series 2 and Series 3, ended up as two-parter episodes for the latter, increasing its episode total to Prior to that, a "mini-special" set in Mozambique, served as the finale to the second series due to Hammond's accident and Clarkson's near-fatal bout of pneumonia. A third special set in Mongolia aired during the third season. The fourth season, which marks a departure from the usual studio based show, kicked off with a special set in South East Asia where the trio crossed the Mekong River. A special set in Madagascar, was released on 18th December almost an year after the first episode of season four came out.

After the format and host changes, Specials did not return for the Chris Evans format as well as the Matt LeBlanc format. from -

Before the twenty-seventh season finale of Top Gear, it was announced that a one-off Christmas special would air in The special was filmed in September , along with some of the show's forthcoming twenty-eighth series.

Top Gear ( - ) Specials

Title Season (Episode) Year of Airing Countries Visited
Winter Olympics Special7 Norway
USA Special9 (3) United States of America
Polar SpecialNone Canada
Botswana Special10 (4) Botswana
Vietnam Special12 (8) Vietnam
Bolivia Special14 (6) Bolivia, Chile
Middle East Special16 Iraq, Turkey, Syria, Jordan, Israel
India Special18 India
Africa Special19 (6 and 7) Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania
Burma Special21 (6 and 7) Myanmar (Burma), Thailand
Patagonia Special22 Argentina, Chile

The Grand Tour Specials

Title Season (Episode) Year of Airing Countries Visited
The Beach (Buggy) Boys1 (7 and 8) Namibia, Angola
Feed the World2 (11) Mozambique

Colombia Special

3 (2 and 3) Colombia
Survival of the Fattest3&#;(13) Mongolia
Seamen4&#;(1) Vietnam, Cambodia
A Massive Hunt4&#;(2)

Madagascar, France (Reunion Island)

Lochdown4&#;(3) Scotland
Untitled UK Special(TBC) England, Wales
Untitled/Unfilmed Russia SpecialTBC TBC Russia

Top Gear ( - Present) Specials

Title Season (Episode) Year of Airing Countries Visited
Nepal Special28 Nepal
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  1. Polar Special

    It's the ultimate test of man against machine - or should that be dog against machine - as the Top Gear team set out on one of their most ambitious and arduous challenges ever. Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond take part in an epic land race starting in the town of Resolute, Northern Canada, finishing miles later at the Magnetic North Pole.

    It's the ultimate test of man against machine - or should that be dog against machine - as the Top Gear team set out on one of their most ambitious and arduous challenges ever. Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond take part in an epic land race starting in the town of Resolute, Northern Canada, finishing miles later at the Magnetic North Pole.

  2. The Botswana Special

    In a Top Gear special, the team travel to Africa where they are challenged to buy a second hand car costing no more than £1, and in no way designed to go off road and drive across the wilds of Botswana. Along the way they must negotiate salt pans, rivers and reserves full of animals while facing sweltering heat and suffocating dust.

    In a Top Gear special, the team travel to Africa where they are challenged to buy a second hand car costing no more than £1, and in no way designed to go off road and drive across the wilds of Botswana. Along the way they must negotiate salt pans, rivers and reserves full of animals while facing sweltering heat and suffocating dust.

  3. The Vietnam Special

    In this Top Gear Special, Jeremy, Richard and James travel to Vietnam and are told to traverse the entire length of the country in just eight days, thereby achieving what the American military failed to do in ten years. But first they must each buy some suitable transport for the trip and, despite having several million Dong in their pockets, this proves to be rather less money than they thought, especially in one of the most expensive car markets in the world.

    In this Top Gear Special, Jeremy, Richard and James travel to Vietnam and are told to traverse the entire length of the country in just eight days, thereby achieving what the American military failed to do in ten years. But first they must each buy some suitable transport for the trip and, despite having several million Dong in their pockets, this proves to be rather less money than they thought, especially in one of the most expensive car markets in the world.

  4. Winter Olympics Special

    The team travel to Norway where they attempt Olympic events - in cars. A rocket-powered mini is fired off a ski jump, Jeremy and James tackle the biathlon with 4x4s, Richard stages a game of car ice hockey, and the new Jaguar XK races a speed skater.

    The team travel to Norway where they attempt Olympic events - in cars. A rocket-powered mini is fired off a ski jump, Jeremy and James tackle the biathlon with 4x4s, Richard stages a game of car ice hockey, and the new Jaguar XK races a speed skater.

  5. US Road Trip Special

    Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond travel to Florida in order to prove that a fly-drive holiday would be more fun if you bought a car instead of renting one. Having picked up some wheels for no more than $1, each, the boys embark on an epic road trip to find out who got the best deal, encountering heat, flies and some very angry locals along the way.

    Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond travel to Florida in order to prove that a fly-drive holiday would be more fun if you bought a car instead of renting one. Having picked up some wheels for no more than $1, each, the boys embark on an epic road trip to find out who got the best deal, encountering heat, flies and some very angry locals along the way.

  6. The Bolivia Special

    Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are dropped deep in the Bolivian rain forest armed only with three shabby 4x4s which they bought from the local small ads for a maximum of £ a piece. What follows is set to be their most extraordinary journey to date as they attempt to drive from the heart of Bolivia to the coast of Chile, encountering local drug lords, the debilitating effects of high altitude and the terrifying sheer drops of the infamous Death Road along the way. But before all that, they've got to escape from the deep, dark centre of the rain forest in what is without doubt the toughest and most unmissable challenge Top Gear has ever faced.

    Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are dropped deep in the Bolivian rain forest armed only with three shabby 4x4s which they bought from the local small ads for a maximum of £ a piece. What follows is set to be their most extraordinary journey to date as they attempt to drive from the heart of Bolivia to the coast of Chile, encountering local drug lords, the debilitating effects of high altitude and the terrifying sheer drops of the infamous Death Road along the way. But before all that, they've got to escape from the deep, dark centre of the rain forest in what is without doubt the toughest and most unmissable challenge Top Gear has ever faced.

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