Zoe Williams writing at The Guardian on Top Gear calls for an “eco-feminist Top Gear,” “What would my Top Gear look like? Cool cars. Some cars that were not cool. Intelligent people saying things that were not facile. A vision for the future; a vision that baffled belief, a little like Tomorrow’s World, except, you know, just around the corner. Realistically, possibly, about to happen tomorrow.” And more than likely, one that no one watch because eco-feminists like Ms. Williams aren’t interesting and funny the way
Brian James May, Richard Hammond and Jeremy Clarkson are.
The BBC, true to its lefist eco-feminist roots has responded with this ad for the new Top Gear: