I've got a new pair of trainers. That's the only difference in my life since I started working for Amazon.
The Amazon lot are perfectly reasonable, level-headed people who just want to make TV programmes. I don't think they are the enemy of the BBC or the other way round. It's not a war; these things can coexist. We can have Amazon and Netflix and the BBC and BT Sport, and people can make choices. That's what modern life is all about.
I'm quite happy to laugh at Argentina's obsession with ham and cheese, but not, you know, delicate bits of their history.
I hope we're not barred from Argentina - I'd quite like to go back for another ham and cheese sandwich.
A lot of television assumes the viewer is a bit daft, and I don't think they are.
I think the astute viewer can recognise I am the proper bloke, because I have a toolbox and can put things back together, and I can quote W. B. Yeats and Alfred Lord Tennyson.
I'm not beholden to anyone. I'm not waiting for a pension or a carriage clock.
I woke up one morning and realised that one of the problems with being a middle-aged man - of being a man in general - is the tyranny of fashion.
'Normal bloke' is my style.
Richard Hammond is a reasonably fit bloke who looks after himself. Me and Jeremy aren't.
I don't like to think I am a celebrity; I am just a bloke on the telly.
I'm in favour of the old roles being blurred. The old division at school where the boys did metalwork and woodwork and the girls did needlework and domestic science is awful, really - and I'm glad it's gone.
There's a lot of politics in television and a lot of in-fighting and all that sort of stuff, but in the end, we are purveyors of entertainment. Viewers are not really bogged down in who's doing what and who hates who and who's doing best in the ratings. They watch television to be entertained.
Look - think very hard about the car you want. Then buy that one, brand new.
The bicycle might just be the greatest of all inventions. It empowers the human machine, and with no input beyond perhaps a trendy isotonic health drink in a brightly coloured bottle at an inflated price.
I'm not a big film buff; I like watching films, but I tend to forget them.
It's fairly well known that we all hate each other to some extent. 'Top Gear' has worked because of a combination of camaraderie and mutual dislike. That's actually the magic.
I'd quite like to film in Central Park. I think we have asked, but we're not allowed to.
I'm not soppy-romantic. I don't buy Valentine's cards or any of that cheesy crap.
I'm conflicted because I like being in deserts. I find them sort of cleansing, but there's another part of me that hates dust. And I particularly hate dust in cars, so it's a huge conflict going on there.