‘Nobody has asked!’ James May’s TV doubts as Jeremy Clarkson has new show recommissioned

James May on 'losing his temper' while making 'Oh Cook!' show

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James May, 58, stepped out of his comfort zone to put his culinary skills to the test for his new cooking series. The 58-year-old attempted to cook a variety of different dishes, with each episode focusing on a particular cuisine or meal.

Speaking to press including Express.co.uk, the car enthusiast said he is yet to know if there will be a second series.

“Nobody has asked for a second series of Oh Cook!, that’s the first thing I should probably tell you,” he began when asked about other dishes he’d like to do.

He added: “In our list of things we’d like to try, one of them was making a Haggis from scratch.”

James said he enjoyed the Scottish favourite with a poached egg and would love to find new ways of putting a “twist” on it.

The presenter previously admitted his new challenge was harder than he thought and got “bad-tempered” during the process.

At the time, he said: “I do get bad tempered with the crew, because I have said this with everybody, when you’re doing a cooking programme, it’s very different from doing a programme about, say the history of cars, or reassembling a telephone and explaining how it works, because I know about that and most people don’t really know about.

“But when you’re with a film crew, some of whom are very, very keen amateur cooks, everybody’s an expert and you’re just working in front of this massive advisory committee.

“All of them are waiting to go, ‘Nah, you’ve done it wrong’.”

The ex Top Gear host went on to tell the Daily Star that getting angry in front of the production crew is what he “disliked” about the experience.

While he is yet to have a new series recommissioned, he will be back on screens with Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond for new episodes of The Grand Tour later this month.

Viewers will see the trio heading to the Outer Hebrides for one of their toughest challenges yet in Scotland.

Elsewhere, Jeremy announced that his new show Clarkson’s Farm will be back for another series.

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The popular series sees the presenter getting to grips with farming on his Diddly Squat Farm, with the help of his co-star Kaleb Cooper.

Fans called for Amazon to recommission the series after Jeremy revealed there were no plans.

Taking to Twitter last week, he confirmed a new series will be happening.

He revealed: “Following the success of the first series, I am delighted to say that there will be a second series of Clarkson’s Farm.”

Eager fans went on to quiz the presenter on when the new episodes will be back on screens.

He replied: “Not soon. It’ll take a year to film it. That’s how farming works.”

The host bought his Diddly Squat Farm 12 years ago and has since opened his own farm shop.

The Grand Tour’s Scotland special will be available on Amazon Prime on July 30.

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