James May’s not on Twitter, but if he was, it would doubtless be something like this interview he just did via his publisher Hodder Books.
@TopGearBabe asked James if there are any achievable dreams left, to which he replied: “Oh god, yes. I’d like to go to the Moon and I’d like to be able to make a risotto.”
And @beckstar2 wanted to know what book James would take to a desert island, and James – in typical style – said that it would have to be: “The Haynes Manual for the Honda CB 754.”
Which, to us, seems like a very frustrating choice indeed.
So anyway, mosey on over to Hodder’s Twitter page to see what else James had to say, and follow us on Twitter too.
All this has really done though is to increase our appetite for James to start his own Twitter page – what do you think?
And don’t forget the second episode of James May’s Toy Stories is on BBC Two at 8pm tonight, in which he attempts to build a Plasticine garden and enter it in the Chelsea Flower Show.