When "Top Gear" is repeated on other, commercial channels, then yes, there are advert breaks.
By coincidence, I happened to notice this on their UK site, yesterday evening:
2 years (minimum) from date of delivery, 5 years in Scotland and 6 years in the rest of the UK"
For goodness sake, I wish whoever wrote that would learn written English. Also, it's "videos", "photos", and so on.
There is this global media obsession with referring to Mars as "The Red Planet". It is really irritating.
Mars has a name, just like all the other planets in our solar system: Its name is "Mars". So use it, and respect the planet and its name.
It's so irritating and "media lovvie". Also, the planet it not really "red" at all. It's brown. It belongs in exactly the same category as media types referring to scientists as "boffins". It's RUDE and DISRESPECTFUL.
I wish the media would shed this ridiculous obsession with ignoring the name of the planet MARS.
Most public domain software is free, at least at first glance.