Is Clarkson’s farm scripted? Kaleb Cooper on ‘genuine anger’ at Jeremy Clarkson

Clarkson's Farm: Jeremy Clarkson stars in Amazon Prime trailer

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Clarkson’s Farm has been airing on Amazon Prime Video and the insightful series follows Jeremy Clarkson on his 1,000-acre plot in The Cotswolds. The documentary series features some uplifting characters, including farm manager, Kaleb Cooper. Kaleb has since spoken out about whether the show is scripted. 

Is Clarkson’s Farm scripted?

Clarkson’s Farm has gone down a huge hit with fans since it started airing on Prime Video and they have praised the former Top Gear star for his latest venture. 

The series saw Clarkson take on many different roles as he made the bold decision to start running the Diddly Squat Farm in Chipping Norton himself. 

Thankfully, he had a number of helping hands including land agent Charlie Ireland, head of security Gerald Cooper and shepherdess Ellen Helliwell. 

He is also great friends with his young farm manager, Kaleb Cooper, who has become one of the breakout stars of the show. 

Kaleb spoke on BBC Radio Oxford about the genuine banter and arguments between himself and The Grand Tour star. 

Speaking to David Prever he said: “None of that is scripted, I keep getting questions saying that must be scripted but no, actually, I was genuinely really angry that day when he messed up the tramlines. 

“If you have watched the show you see that I slam the door that hard, near enough all the cameras that are on there, the little GoPros, fell off. 

“I didn’t speak to him for about three days after.”

He is known for not being afraid to put Jeremy in his place and he said he saw him more as a friend and boss than anything else. 

In the series, Kaleb lashed out at Clarkson who had made a shortcut whilst setting out tramlines on the farm. 

 

Kaleb had said his lines were “as straight as a roundabout” and he was visibly frustrated. 

Some fans had wondered whether parts of the show were scripted, but Kaleb reassured viewers the exchanges were genuine. 

At the end of the series, Clarkson was considering whether he should pack his bags and head back to London. 

Kaleb interjected with “yes”, suggesting his boss should head back to the city, but the quip was laughed off. 

The farm manager explained how it took years to teach someone how to drill a field and he had invested lots of time in teaching Clarkson. 

He said: “I taught him for about a day and I taught him specifically what to do and how to do it. 

“In his Yorkshireman mind he thought ‘I can save time here’ and go ‘I know, I can go round in lands’. 

“So instead of going up and down a field they do a big sweep and come back down another side so you don’t have to do three-point turns. 

“If you do that, you are not putting tramlines in the right place.”

Fans have praised Kaleb for being so passionate about his work and his hometown. 

They have hailed him a TV star and have gone as far as to say he deserves his own breakout show. 

One said on Reddit: “Honestly can’t recall the last time I saw someone on TV who genuinely couldn’t care less about being there.”

Another fan said on Twitter: “I love Clarkson’s Farm, Kaleb Cooper already has over 36,000 Instagram followers and a PR.”

A third added: “@JeremyClarkson @primevideouk Just finished the series Clarkson’s Farm – brilliant. The wit, insight to farming and Kaleb Cooper. Bring on a second series. #farming.”

Clarkson’s Farm is airing on Amazon Prime Video

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