Jeremy Clarkson has issued some brutal suggestions to the new director-general of the BBC, Tim Davie. The Top Gear star said the broadcaster needs to realise "nobody watches" scheduled TV anymore.
That'd bring in a chunk of change
The 60-year-old spoke out in his latest column, urging them to think about peoples changing viewing habits.
The star previously fronted the hugely-successful BBC motoring series and now hosts The Grand Tour on streaming service Amazon Prime.
He claimed "poor old" Tim, 53, was "making all the right noises" as he gave him some cut-throat suggestions.
Jeremy started: "[He's] got to stop his populist tubthumping and start addressing the real problem with the BBC.
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Jeremy Clarkson has shared his advice to the BBC (Image: GETTY/WENN)
Jeremy Clarkson filming Amazon's The Grand Tour (Image: GETTY)
"The fact that everyone under the age of 200 is forced to pay for something they hardly ever watch."
The small screen favourite claimed they had attempted to target a younger audience, but said they were doing it all wrong.
He continued: "Oh sure, they've tried to make it 'yoof' friendly by putting stuff on 'apps' and speaking 'street' but what's the point of being down with the kids when the entire audience is sitting in a Shackletons wingback, wondering whether Werther's Original tasted better in the War?"
It was then that Jeremy detailed how he would tackle the dilema, starting with the airwaves.
Jeremy Clarkson gave BBC boss Tim Davie his advice (Image: GETTY)