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Clarkson’s Farm Shortlisted For Best TV And Streaming Documentary Series

Jeremy Clarkson’s farming show Clarkson’s Farm is competing against David Attenborough as the popular Amazon Prime Video show has been shortlisted for Best TV and streaming documentary series at the 2022 Broadcasting Press Guild Awards.

Clarkson’s Farm was met with huge praise from fans after its release last year. Viewers appreciated how it reflected the real world of farming and the challenges it brings. On top of this, it introduced viewers to a number of brilliant personalities that have been involved with The Grand Tour presenter’s farm such a farm manager Kaleb Cooper, the comedic Gerald Cooper (a personal favourite of mine), Cheerful Charlie, and Lisa Hogan.

Reviews from media outlets were high across the charts, and the public were equally as complimentary, so it’s no surprise that a second series was confirmed by Jeremy and Kaleb late last year. On top of this, it won Best Factual Show at the Broadcast Awards 2022.

Clarkson’s Farm has been shortlisted alongside Attenborough’s A Perfect Planet (BBC One), Grayson’s Art Club (Channel 4) and two BBC Two series – Life In Ten Pictures and Blair & Brown: The New Labour Revolution.