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RICHARD HAMMOND'S WILD WEATHER (9WEIGHING clouds on TV is apparently a thing now. So even though Richard pictured, thinks he's breaking new ground here, as he dangles a bucket off a helicopter, he was beaten to the punch by Operation Cloud Lab back in the summer.

RICHARD HAMMOND'S WILD WEATHER (9pm BBC1) clouds on TV is apparently a thing now. So even though Richard Hammond, pictured, thinks he's breaking new ground here, as he dangles a bucket off a helicopter, he was beaten to the punch by Operation Cloud Lab back in the summer.

No matter. There's plenty of other very cool stuff going on as he o matter. There's plenty of other very cool stuff going on as he investigates water in all its shapeshifting forms. In the second show of his latest series, Richard also finds out how to make a home-made cloud, why snow is slow but avalanches are fast, and, in the most excitingly geeky experiment of all, he tests whether hail is stronger than ice.

Exploring water's destructive power, Richard even finds a way to wreck a car using the stuff. I guess you can take the presenter out of Top Gear, but you can't take the Top Gear out of the presenter.

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Date:Dec 8, 2014
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