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Top Gear 2021 episodes from Series 30 and when to watch on TV and online

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Top Gear's new 2021 series has arrived - here's all about the show's 30th series.

The show is back on BBC One with Freddie Flintoff, Chris Harris and Paddy McGuinness

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Highlights from the new series include Extreme E vs Jetpack, Lamborghini Sián and concrete 'water skiing'.

Plus: new GR Yaris, Ferrari Roma, Dads' cars and Bond Car buying guide - which sees Paddy driving in a black-and-white tuxedo and declaring himself "shaken and very stirred".

Watch Top Gear on TV and online

Top Gear 2021's new series started on Sunday, 14 March at 8PM on BBC One.

The series has four episodes which will air weekly on Sunday nights.

You can watch on TV and online via the BBC iPlayer.

Top Gear 2021 episodes

Top Gear's 30th series will have four episodes.

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Episode 1 - 14 March

Freddie, Chris and Paddy head to the Lake District for an emotional reunion with their own dads' old cars. Elsewhere, Chris heads out on the track to test Lamborghini's most powerful car ever, the hybrid Sian.

Episode 2 - 21 March

The team try out some of James Bond’s greatest cars, including the legendary Aston Martin DB5. Freddie and an Extreme E race car take on a man with a jet pack, while Chris and Paddy test a new Ferrari against a very old Alfa.

Episode 3 - 28 March

Freddie, Chris and Paddy head out on an icy expedition across the wild Scottish Highlands in the new Land Rover Defender, Mercedes G-Wagen and Ariel Nomad. Which will prove itself the ultimate off-roader?

Episode 4 - 4 April

Freddie, Chris and Paddy confront the male mid-life crisis by buying the perfect sports cars for ‘gentlemen of a certain age’. Back at the track, Chris tests out the raucous new Toyota GR Yaris hot hatch.

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You can watch episodes in full via the BBC iPlayer here.

The past six series are currently available with 46 episodes in total to watch online.

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