Hammond Meets Moss
And this is why we got together, him and me. We sat down in a TV studio and just talked. We spoke about his career, we spoke about how he was hailed as the greatest driver of his generation and we spoke about brain injury. This is the first time I’ve ever talked about it in depth, about the struggle to get better, about what it means to be told you’ve damaged your brain and how the only thing you have with which to assess that damage is the very thing you have damaged. I found it cathartic and I think Sir Stirling, even though it’s forty years or so since his crash, found it useful too. He was honest, disarmingly so, about what it meant to him and how he set off on the long road to recovery. I hope it sheds some light on a kind of injury which, although sustained in a million different ways, affects a lot of people. We’re donating a pound from the sale of every DVD to the Herefordshire Headway Trust who work to help people in who find themselves in situations like Stirling and I found ourselves.
Top Gear Uncovered
I show you how to master the dark art of being a Top Gear host, and how to make your own Top Gear show. This DVD will change your life forever. Probably.
Richard Hammond’s BBC Top Gear Interactive Challenge
you’ll get to blow up a load of caravans- and possibly me as well – simply by pushing a button on your remote control. We’ve got Ferraris, we’ve got Aston Martins, we’ve got Lamborghinis, we’ve got The Stig; in fact we’ve got everything you’ve grown to know and love about me and those two other ridiculous blokes mucking about on your telly. So what more do you want? A unicorn? I hope you enjoy it. The game, I mean. Unicorns don’t exist.
Top Gear Apocalypse
It’s a burning question that’s on literally nobody’s mind, and I worked tirelessly with James May to give you all the answers in this brand new, incredibly cheerful Top Gear DVD embarking on a terrifying journey into the future. We show you how to drive to work in the perpetual darkness of a Nuclear Winter, how to make motorsport exciting when there’s only two racing drivers left alive, and, in a world where all cars are bristling with weapons, how to survive the savage, explosive fury of a Doomsday M.O.T test. And amongst all the nuclear carnage, we also tackle the ultimate petrolhead’s dilemma – what cars would you take for a final drive if there was only one barrel of petrol left on the planet? The explosions are huge, the cars are superb, so relax and enjoy. PS. This frightening vision of a post-nuclear world is backed up by top scientists, in case you think it’s us just cocking about.
Richard Hammond’s Top Gear Stunt Challenge
Best of all, whilst you’re playing along at home you get to control the action, so if you’ve ever fancied bungee jumping a caravan, blowing up a white van, or playing skittles with a powersliding car, this is the DVD for you.And when you’re bored of the whole thing you can always use the disc as an attractive drinks coaster or, if you’re a minicab driver, something to hang from your rear view mirror.
Richard Hammond’s Blast Lab Blow-Ups
Hang onto your seatbelts for a non-stop barrage of mind-boggling mayhem and totally wanton destruction! It will make children’s jaws drop, parents’ mouths gape in amazement and grandparents’ false teeth fall out completely! Blast Lab Blow-Ups also presents The Blastas, a unique awards ceremony celebrating the very best stunts and blazing explosions from the TV series including Best Destruction Of A Household Object in the Name of Science, Best Gravity-Defying Stunt and lots more.