Who or what always puts a smile on your face?

Coming home after a week in London and finding the kids still up.

What are you reading at the moment?

The Sun.

Which author do you most admire?

For spinning a yarn, Tom Clancy in his early days; for breathtaking writing, Sebastian Faulks.

What's your earliest memory?

Peeling a hard-boiled egg at Manchester Airport.

What is your greatest fear?

That Tony Blair may have a point.

Jeremy Clarkson Q&A

What makes you angry? Piers Morgan, mostly

How would you like to be remembered?

I won't be remembered.

Have you even done something you've really regretted?


How do you spoil yourself?

I don't.

What's your favourite word/book?

Is this for TV Quick?

Who do you turn to in a crisis?

My chickens. Because only I can ever sort stuff out.

Jeremy Clarkson Q&A

Are you in love? Completely

What makes you angry?

Piers Morgan mostly.

Have you ever had any other jobs apart from writing?

I was a milkman once, for a day. And then I sold bears.

Are you in love?


What's your worst vice?

A f****** temper s*** head.

What are you proudest of?

Nothing yet.

Where do you write?

At home.

Where's your favourite city?

Saigon, Rome, Hong Kong, Biarritz, Milan and San Francisco are all great. But the winner is London, by an enormous margin.

When was the last time you cried?

My name is Jeremy. That makes me a man, and that means I don't snivel.

One wish; what would it be?

That the whole world would become one... and gang up on the Americans.

  • What Could Possibly Go Wrong. . .

  • What Could Possibly Go Wrong... is the sixth book in Jeremy Clarkson's bestselling The World According to Clarkson series.

    No one writes about cars like Jeremy Clarkson. While most correspondents are too buys diving straight into BHP, MPG and MPH, Jeremy appreciates that there are more important things to life. Don't worry, we'll get to the cars. Eventually. But first we should consider:

    · The case for invading France
    · The overwhelming appeal of a nice sit-down
    · The inconvenience of gin and tonic
    · Why clothes are no better than ice cream
    · Spot-welding with the Duchess of Kent
    · And why Denmark is the best place in the world

    Armed only with conviction, curiosity, enthusiasm and a stout pair of trousers, Jeremy hurtles around the world - along motorway, autoroute, freeway and autobahn - in search of answers to life's puzzles and ponderings without forethought or fear for his own safety. What, you have to ask, could possibly go wrong...
    Praise for Clarkson:

    'Brilliant... laugh-out-loud' Daily Telegraph

    'Outrageously funny... will have you in stitches' Time Out

    'Very funny . . . I cracked up laughing on the tube' Evening Standard

    Jeremy Clarkson began his career on the Rotherham Advertiser. Since then he has written for the Sun, theSunday Times, the Rochdale Observer, the Wolverhampton Express & Star, all of the Associated Kent Newspapers and Lincolnshire Life. Today he is the tallest person working in British television.

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