Jeremy Clarksons new TV show

Col555

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I’m a bit late to the party, with my first comment on Clarksons farm having only watched the first 2 chapters . Loving it so far, yeah some of its exaggerated and very clarkson for tv, but it can only be a good thing for the public re-engaging with farming in general.
It’s maybe already been mentioned, but my only criticism so far is that they’ve edited in young lamb bleats whilst he was moving a flock of grown shearlings, and again at the abattoir. Why would they do that?🤷🏻‍♂️
 
I’m a bit late to the party, with my first comment on Clarksons farm having only watched the first 2 chapters . Loving it so far, yeah some of its exaggerated and very clarkson for tv, but it can only be a good thing for the public re-engaging with farming in general.
It’s maybe already been mentioned, but my only criticism so far is that they’ve edited in young lamb bleats whilst he was moving a flock of grown shearlings, and again at the abattoir. Why would they do that?🤷🏻‍♂️

Because that’s how it’s done in tv land. A shot of quietly grazing livestock must always be dubbed over with appropriate mooing or bleating. It appears to be in the rules.
 

ashmore

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I’m a bit late to the party, with my first comment on Clarksons farm having only watched the first 2 chapters . Loving it so far, yeah some of its exaggerated and very clarkson for tv, but it can only be a good thing for the public re-engaging with farming in general.
It’s maybe already been mentioned, but my only criticism so far is that they’ve edited in young lamb bleats whilst he was moving a flock of grown shearlings, and again at the abattoir. Why would they do that?🤷🏻‍♂️
Along with the obligatory reversing bleeper and hissing hydraulic noise.
 

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