The World According To Clarkson (audiobook) (Digital Audiobook)
Audiobook: 36 tracks (MP3, 56 kbps, 44,1 kHz) | 125 kb/s | 250 Mb
The World According To Clarkson is a book of Jeremy Clarkson's columns he wrote while working for the Sunday Times. They ran from 7 January 2001 until 14 December 2003. The topics were varied, each one usually based on either a big or trivial news story from the week. About eight were written as Clarkson travelled around Europe. The book is a number one Sunday Times Million copies bestseller.
Clarkson discussed a wide variety of topics, usually taking a cynical approach. A selection of chapter titles include:
* Another Day's Holiday? Please, Give Me a Break.
* Men are a Lost Cause, and We're Proud of It.
* Gee Whiz Guys, But the White House is Small.
* Forget the Euro, Just Give Us a Single Socket.
* America, Twinned with the Fatherland.
* A Weekend in Paris, the City of Daylight Robbery.
* They Speak the Language of Death in Basque Country.
* The More We're Told the Less We Know.
* Why Have an Argument? Let's Say It with Fists.
* A Murderous Fox Has Made Me Shoot David Beckham.
* The Nit-picking Twitchers Out to Ground Britain.
* The music he listened to when he was younger.
* Ivan the Terrible is One Hell of a Holidaymaker.
* Save the Turtles: Put Adverts on Their Shells.
* If Only My Garden Grew As Well As the Hair in My Ears.
* Men, You Have Nothing to FEAR But Acronyms.
* Eureka, I've Discovered a Cure for Science.
All of these articles are written with humour but often with some serious undertone.
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