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A BBC spokeswoman said: "The One Show apologised at the end of the show to viewers who may have been offended by Jeremy Clarkson's comments." She declined to comment further.
Clarkson was appearing on the BBC show to promote his new DVD, Clarkson: Powered Up.
"I mean how dare they go on strike when they have these gilt-edged pensions that are going to be guaranteed, while the rest of us have to work for a living." While some members of the audience laughed, the presenters, Matt Baker and Alex Jones, were clearly left stunned and embarassed by his comments as they shifted uncomfortably in their seats.
Later he added: "'I do sometimes use the train to come to London but it always stops in Reading.
So I’m on his twitter seeing what he’s saying about it and everything and go to his likes.
I see he liked a video from some porn star (I’m not familiar with her work) where she’s getting piped down.
It represents the percentage of professional critic reviews that are positive for a given film or television show.How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?Europe has been a place of battles and political intrigue for centuries.Criticising striking public sector workers today is like sieg-heiling at Last Night of the Proms." At the end of the show, the presenters issued an on-air apology for Clarkson’s “exaggerated” comic talents and “strong views”."Although we enjoy Jeremy's views, which he sometimes exaggerates for comical effect, we are seriously sorry if his comments about deaths on the railways has upset anyone," he said.
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