Jeremy Clarkson has given us an insight into what life’s like for him when he’s not being berated by Kaleb for every mistake he does down on Diddly Squat Farmer.
The TV presenter went farmer has recommended a London gangster drama saying it is one of the best programmes he has seen in years (obviously hasn’t watched the second series of Clarkson’s Farm).
Taking to Twitter the Yorkshire-born man said: “Just seen the best TV show in years – A TOWN CALLED MALICE – you must watch this weekend on sky – it’s brilliant!”
The programme follows the fictional Lord family and their associates as they battle to stop being wiped out by rival gangs whilst also avoiding the coppers.
The series is an eight-part drama on Sky made by Nick Love and is set in the 1980s. The Love family, who once ruled south-east London, faces competition from other gangs.
The show A Town Called Malice, which is the title of one of The Jam’s hits, also features Paul Weller in a cameo role, which seems very fitting considering the era.
The series has been praised for its 80s setting and soundtrack which will transport you back to the 80s with a sprinkling of nostalgia as we follow the goings-on of the Lord family.
The series features the likes of Jack Rowan, Tahirah Sharif, Martha Plimpton and Eliza Butterworth, amongst others playing the Lord family.