Richard Hammond Confirms Dangerous ‘Grand Tour’ Accidents Are All Real | This Morning

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Confined to the UK by Covid, one of telly’s most iconic trios embark on a ‘lochdown’ Grand Tour special in Scotland. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May career around the Highlands in 1970’s American cars to try and figure out why they never took off in the UK. But of course, not everything goes smoothly! Richard joins us to tell us why things always seem to go wrong when he meets up with Jeremy and James, how he managed to capsize a boat in the Hebridean Sea and what he thinks of Jeremy’s recent foray into farming.

Broadcast on 28/07/21

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