BBC Defends ‘Top Gear’ Following Criticism Of Filming Near The Cenotaph | TV News
Top Gear bosses have once again had to do damage control for the show, defending it after it was criticised for filming scenes near the Cenotaph. Host Matt LeBlanc was seen driving around Westminster as shooting took place for the new series due to air in May, paparazzi snapping images of the shooting.
A spokesman for the show said the images made it look like filming took place closer than it did, explaining that shooting took place circa 40 metres away from the war memorial commenting:
“The filming took place a respectful distance away from the Cenotaph and it was all agreed with Westminster council in advance.”
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