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Born: 16 Jan, 1963
TV Series Starring James May
James May: Our Man in... Japan
James May embarks on a remarkable journey across Japan, from its icy north to its balmy south. He'll see the sights, meet the locals, and eat the noodles in a bid to truly understand the Land of the Rising Sun.
James May: Oh Cook!
A unique perspective on kitchen creations from someone who can't really cook. Based on James May's book "Oh Cook!: 60 Easy Recipes That Any Idiot Can Make," the show sees May making pasta, curry and cake recipes, with each episode featuring three dishes.
James May's Big Trouble in Model Britain
Two-part documentary, introduced and narrated by model train enthusiast James May, that follows a year inside Hornby Hobbies - an iconic British toymaker on the brink of collapse. But this is no ordinary business series - this is a series about model train and plane obsessives, both inside and outside the company, all of whom desperately need the company to survive.
The Grand Tour
The show features short films shot in different locations around the globe and the studio audience portion also takes place at a different location around the world every week. The pre-recorded studio sections of the program are filmed in front of a live audience, all housed within a giant tent.
James May: The Reassembler
When we look around our homes, sheds and garages we see an array of household objects that with one click of a button or twist of a knob will spring to life, and - most of the time - do exactly what we want them to. But how on earth do these objects work?
To find out, James May (fuelled by endless cups of tea) heads into his workshop with thousands of little pieces to assemble some of our most beloved and recognisable objects from scratch to see what it actually takes to get them to work.
Building Cars Live
Buckle up for an incredible journey into the fascinating secret world of the car factory, which will see BBC Two getting under the bonnet of the UK car industry.
James May, Kate Humble and Ant Anstead are live behind the scenes at one of the biggest and busiest car factories in the country - the MINI Plant in Oxford. Over two nights they'll reveal the science, engineering and people that keep us all on the road and see a car built from start to finish in a little over 24 hours.
James May's Man Lab
This TV show sees James attempting to redeem the reputation of the modern man by teaching them skills that were cherished by their forefathers.
James May's Toy Stories
This is a documentary TV show that features James May bringing favorite toys of past eras into light with life-size large-scale endeavors. In each episode, May delves into the history of the featured toy and announces the grandiose building plans for the day.
Oz and James Drink to Britain
Wine expert Oz Clarke and Top Gear presenter James May travel across Britain in a Rolls Royce, on a quest to discover the array of drinks on offer across the country.
James May's Big Ideas
Top Gear presenter, James May, is back with a new series, in which he looks at three different and distinct future concepts about engineering and technology. The series consists of three programmes, each of which looks at a specific idea close to James' heart, but with the 21st century firmly in mind.
Jeremy, Richard and James talk about everything car-related. From new cars to how they're fueled, this show has it all.
From season 23, the presenters are Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc.
Comic Relief is an operating British charity, founded in 1985 by the comedy scriptwriter Richard Curtis and comedian Lenny Henry in response to famine in Ethiopia. The highlight of Comic Relief's appeal is Red Nose Day, a biennial telethon held in March, alternating with sister project Sport Relief.