The ex Top Gear host’s longtime girlfriend Lisa Hogan, 49, also joins him on the show to help out at Diddly Squat Farm.
Jeremy Clarkson is also set to launch new toiletries and fragrance line ‘Grubby Farmer’, according to The Mirror.
The journalist hopes to roll out his array of fragrances once a trademark application is approved.
It is being considered by the UK’s Intellectual Property Office, with the application including aftershave, shaving creams, anti-wrinkle items and perfume.
Read the full interview in this week’s Radio Times – out now.