Steve's Speedshop

Steve's Speedshop

By Steve Berry
Informed yet informal chat for petrolheads of all persuasions with Steve Berry (ex-Top Gear).
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Allen Millyard is simply the most original and prolific one-man motorcycle manufacturer in the world.
Allen Millyard is simply the most original and prolific one-man motorcycle manufacturer in the world.
54:59
January 22, 2020
Lada chat...really?
On Steve’s Speedshop tonight there’s a Lada chat about Russian cars with Paul Scanlon from Croft Street Garage. Between the two of us we own three Ladas.
1:07:23
January 16, 2020
Introduced in 1972 the Kawasaki Z1 - codename New York Steak - had four cylinders, twin overhead camshafts, electric start and a top speed of 132mph
Introduced in 1972 the Kawasaki Z1 - codename New York Steak - had four cylinders, twin overhead camshafts, electric start and a top speed of 132mph. It was also one of the best-looking bikes in the history of motorcycling. This was the birth of the Superbike and tonight my guest of one of the world's acknowledged experts ( and an old mate) Dave Marsden of Z-Power
1:10:04
January 9, 2020
The iconic Lotus Carlton, the epic Honda CBX and the genius of the original Fiat Panda... seriously.
The iconic Lotus Carlton,  the epic Honda CBX and the genius of the original Fiat Panda... seriously. Tonight on Steve’s Speedshop
50:07
December 18, 2019
The past present and future of motoring with authors Jon Bentley and Peter Grimsdale
The past present and future of motoring with authors Jon Bentley and Peter Grimsdale
58:50
December 11, 2019
Ford Model T, Volkswagen Beetle and the Mini. The three most significant, innovate and influential cars in the history of motoring.
Ford Model T, Volkswagen Beetle and the Mini. The three most significant, innovate and influential cars in the history of motoring. But none is loved like the Mini, the brainchild of Sir Alec Issigonis perhaps the only real genius in the story of the UK car industry. The Mini celebrates its sixty birthday this year and we've devoted the whole show to the best big little car in the business. Joining me in the studio Andy Harrison from Acespeed Historic Motorsport
53:16
December 4, 2019
Ed Brown is a collector, restorer, racer
Ed Brown is a collector, restorer, racer, and rallying but above all, a car man. He’s my guest tonight on Speedshop
57:42
November 27, 2019
Lotus, Morgan, Caterham, Noble we're talking traditional British sports cars tonight
Lotus, Morgan, Caterham, Noble we're talking traditional British sports cars tonight with Jonathan Jarratt and we meet Larry Houghton a man who builds clever propellers, award-winning custom motorcycles and has just completed an amazing one-off single-seater, hot-rodded street racer
1:04:31
November 20, 2019
Mick Honest has owned hundreds of cars and has an opinion about each and every one of them
Mick Honest has owned hundreds of cars and has an opinion about each and every one of them. Find out what he thinks of the Land Rover experience, dual mass flywheels, and the Morris Minor. and why went buy a Bentley Continental and Aston Martin DB9 and came back with neither tonight on Speedshop.
55:05
November 13, 2019
3,000 miles in six days in a car that had been locked in a shed in Salford since 1962
3,000 miles in six days in a car that had been locked in a shed in Salford since 1962.. My guest is Guy Loveridge who accompanied me for every yard of what was a (fairly) epic adventure.
53:55
November 6, 2019
Lister Cars were phenomenally successful in fifties motor racing with drivers including Sir Stirling Moss.
Lister Cars were phenomenally successful in fifties motor racing with drivers including Sir Stirling Moss and indefatigable Archie Scott Brown, Lawrence Whittaker talks Lister now and then and we're joined by touring car legend, Jason Plato whose written a book called 'How Not To Be A Professional Racing Driver'
59:25
October 30, 2019
You'll know names like Norton, Indian and MV Agusta but do you know Fantic,Paton and Arch?
You'll know names like Norton, Indian and MV Agusta but do you know Fantic,Paton and Arch? We're at the opening of the new Krazy Horse store in Oxfordshire where you'll find all those names and more. And we go for a drive in French countryside in a 1965 Porsche 912 to talk GT40s, twin-engined 2CVs and using a battle tank to commute into central London with collector, racer and hotelier,  Martin Overington
1:01:19
October 23, 2019
Cars and Bikes
We're at Bicester Heritage Centre talking early Porsches with James Turner from Sports Purpose and our guest in the studio is the man, the legend Bonneville Bob57 years on British bikes and still riding.
1:00:34
October 16, 2019
In this episode, Steve talks electric bikes and it’s Minis, Miuras, and Micheal Cain
In this episode, Steve talks electric bikes and it’s Minis, Miuras, and Micheal Caine .......Steve celebrates the 50th anniversary of ‘The Italian Job’ with author and  filmmaker, Matt Field
1:02:01
October 9, 2019
In this episode Steve chats with two of Britain’s best shed-built carmakers
In this episode, Steve chats with John Hamer a fantastically talented metal fabricator who built a car with bits of scrap leftover from his day job and to Andy Saunders the UK’s most prolific creator of one-off vehicles.
1:04:06
October 2, 2019
Steve's Speedshop The return
Steve's Speedshop returns  for season 3 with a feature on a '63 VW  Beetle that's faster then a MacLaren F1 and, in the week that 'Framing John De Lorean' with Alec Baldwin as the charismatic car maker comes out on Blu Ray & DVD we've got a fascinating and revealing interview with the longest-serving employee of the DeLorean Motor Company, Barrie Willis.
57:55
September 25, 2019