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James Mays Toy Stories by James MayInspired by Jamess exploits, the book covers both the stories behind a number of classic toys and the adventures in summer 2009 as James and his helpers, children and adults of all ages, build and recreate a range of toys in a series of Top Gear style escapades. In six ambitious projects, he enlists the help of volunteers and schoolchildren to help him build a 1/1 scale model kit of a Supermarine Spitfire Mk I; creates the worlds longest Scalextric track at the historic Brooklands motor-racing circuit in Surrey; builds a full-size Lego house; enters a garden made entirely from Plasticine in the RHS Chelsea Flower Show; runs a Hornby train set along a 10-mile stretch of track from Barnstaple to Bideford and uses a giant Meccano bridge to span the 40ft Pier Head canal in Liverpool.
Each chapter includes details of how the projects were constructed, with diagrams, illustrations and informal photography taken during the filming. The book also features a history of the toys themselves, from true British roots to their international appeal today. Toy Stories also offers 12 simple but fun projects linked to these toys to carry out in your own home, accompanied by step-by-step instructions, illustrations and diagrams.
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He had previously presented the show for Series 41 of the Original format , replacing Clarkson, although was relegated to a print-only role from the second half of onwards. He also wrote a weekly column for The Daily Telegraph's motoring section. On Top Gear , his nickname was "Captain Slow", due to his 'careful', relaxed driving style. He became one of the very few in the world to have taken a Bugatti Veyron to its top speed of Due to perceived copyright restrictions, his nickname was modified to "Mr.
And when it comes to James May, we see a man who is quite frankly in stark contrast to the other two presenters that he works with. He is a much more measured and relaxed man to that of Clarkson and much less shouty than Hammond. He has his own very unique charm, and it has allowed him to flourish away from the main spotlight of Top Gear.
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James May moved around a lot during his childhood with his parents James and Kathleen, his two sisters and brother. Home life was very happy. During school he was a choirboy for Whiston Parish Church, and this love for music continued to college where he studied a Bachelor of Music at Pendle College of Lancaster University. He specialised in the piano and harpsichord but also plays the flute and saxophone. After college he worked in Chelsea as a records officer in a hospital, then worked in the civil service for a short time.
Jeremy Charles Robert Clarkson born 11 April  is an English broadcaster, journalist and writer who specialises in motoring. From a career as a local journalist in Northern England, Clarkson rose to public prominence as a presenter of the original format of Top Gear in Since the mids, he has become a recognised public personality, regularly appearing on British television presenting his own shows for BBC and appearing as a guest on other shows. As well as motoring, Clarkson has produced programmes and books on subjects such as history and engineering. In , he hosted the first series of Robot Wars , and from to he also hosted his own talk show, Clarkson. In , the BBC decided not to renew Clarkson's contract with the company after a dispute with a Top Gear producer while filming on location.
James Daniel May born 16 January  is an English television presenter and journalist. He is best known as a co-presenter of the motoring programme Top Gear alongside Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond from until As of he is a director of the production company W. May has presented other programmes on themes including science and technology, toys, wine culture, and the plight of manliness in modern times. He wrote a weekly column for The Daily Telegraph 's motoring section from to