BBC probe hears Jeremy Clarkson's evidence over 'fracas'
Jeremy Clarkson and producer Oisin Tymon are believed to have now given their evidence to the BBC's inquiry into the Top Gear "fracas".
It is thought the hit TV show's co-presenter, who is currently suspended, and producer have both now talked to the inquiry.
Clarkson was suspended after allegedly punching Tymon during a row over a hot meal at a hotel.
Senior BBC executive Ken MacQuarrie has been tasked with sorting out what happened during the incident, which has become a huge embarrassment for the corporation, but a date for the conclusion of the inquiry is not yet known.
Spokesmen for the BBC, Tymon and Clarkson declined to comment.