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Top Gear fans livid as show pulled from BBC in yet another schedule shake-up

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TOP Gear fans have been left livid after the show was pulled from schedules in a shake-up.

The BBC motoring show typically airs Sunday evenings from 8pm on BBC One.

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The show is currently presented by Paddy McGuiness, Chris Harris and Freddie Flintoff[/caption]

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Viewers tuned in last night to discover the show had been axed from the schedule[/caption]

It’s presented by Paddy McGuiness, Chris Harris and Freddie Flintoff.

However viewers tuned in last night to realise the show had been axed from its timeslot.

It’s due to the Beeb adjusting its schedules for live coverage of the FIFA World Cup.

Clearly unhappy by the changes, fans took to social media to vent their frustration.


“Why no top gear tonight, what the F,” said one.

Another posted: “I forgot top gear wasn’t on because of the World Cup.”

“When is #TopGear on again?” tweeted a third confused viewer.

While a fourth said: “No @BBC_TopGear because of shitty #footballWorldCup2022 #wtf how is watching men run around in shorts kicking a ball appealing #boring.”

Fans don’t need to wait long for a Top Gear fix as the show is to air a repeated episode this evening at 7pm on BBC Three.

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The BBC programme remembered Sue Baker who died recently at the age of 75 after a battle with motor neurone disease.

Following the credits, a photograph of Sue flashed on the screen in a racing car where she wore a helmet that bore her name.

A message below read: “In memory of Sue Baker. 1947-2022.”

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Top Gear didn’t air as the BBC has been adjusting its schedules for live coverage of the FIFA World Cup[/caption]

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Clearly unhappy by the changes, fans took to social media to vent their frustration[/caption]

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