The BBC has said it is “working through the implications” for the Top Gear Festival due to take place in Sydney next month following the sacking overnight of the show’s presenter Jeremy Clarkson.
The controversial Top Gear frontman was told by his employers that his contract would not be renewed following his attack on BBC producer Oisin Tymon which left him bleeding and seeking hospital treatment.
BBC News reveals the "new drama based on Grand Theft Auto" will come as part of a concerted effort to get the UK more interested in coding and technology.
Other aspects of the scheme include giving a million Micro Bits - stripped down computers similar to a Raspberry Pi - to students starting secondary school this year.
To promote its latest campaign, the American Egg Board decided to order up a side of bacon—Kevin Bacon to be exact.
In the ad called ‘To promote its latest campaign, the American Egg Board decided to order up a side of bacon—Kevin Bacon to be exact.
In the ad called ‘Wake up to Eggs with Bacon’, the American actor can be seen lying suggestively on a counter—flirting with a married woman as she prepares breakfast. And of course, various bacon puns were thrown into the mix. http://snip.ly/7PIn
One comment ... Top Gear is the best programme on the BBC, far ahead of the other purile, lefty bias rubbish. If the BBC want to suspend people for alledged fighting, they should think carefully about, football, rugby and Eastenders, etc"
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The lock-in has a long and fascinating history, its origins in Britain’s pubs emerging as a reaction to changes in licensing laws back in 1915. Fast forward a century, and lock-ins are no longer just found in pubs and bars – they’re used as marketing events, too.
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