Damn what a pickle the BBC is in: Jeremy Clarkson suspended by BBC: Top Gear episode cancelled following with producer - People - News - The Independent Jeremy Clarkson may have presented his final edition of Top Gear after the BBC dramatically suspended the controversial presenter following an altercation with a producer. The incident is believed to relate to a single punch thrown by Clarkson at a male producer during a dispute last week. The remaining three Top Gear episodes in the current series have now been postponed. Both Clarkson and the BBC have agree to make no further comment about the circumstances surrounding the suspension. Two further remaining episodes have also been “postponed” pending further investigations. As the news broke Clarkson joked on Twitter with his Top Gear co-stars about what the BBC would replace the show with. After James May suggested the film 633 Squadron, Clarkson said: “No, no, no. Where Eagles Dare. Much better.” Richard Hammond meanwhile suggested Last of the Summer Wine, telling his colleagues that no one would notice the difference. “Job done,” he said. It is the latest in a string of incidents surrounding the outspoken presenter. Clarkson was already on a final warning from the BBC following accusations of racism. Danny Cohen, the BBC’s director of television, who had previously warned Clarkson that “no one person is bigger than the BBC”, is believed to have ordered the suspension, after receiving reports of the incident.