Since you've probably already forgotten what happened this year, Charlie Brooker's 2010 Wipe is here to fill in the blanks. From the Chilean miners to the General Election, from Sherlock to... See full summary »
Before we all plunge into the depths of January despair, it is time to put on your party hat and reflect on 2013 with Charlie Brooker's annual Christmas and New Year shindig. This is a ... See full summary »
Charlie Brooker takes a comedic look back at the hectic events of 2011 - a mad year of royal weddings, Gypsy Weddings, riots, phone-hacking and Desperate Scousewives. With contributions from Doug Stanhope, Adam Curtis and Brian Limond.
Charlie Brooker takes an irreverent look back at 2012. It was a busy year crammed full of Olympian events, including the jubilee, some elections, pussy riots, exposed regal flesh, The Valleys and also some actual Olympian events.
A few hours before the polls open, Charlie Brooker presents an irreverent look back at the 2015 general election campaign, mixing the big stories with the funniest and strangest moments ... See full summary »
Charlie Brooker sets his caustic sights on video games. Expect acerbic comment as he looks at the various genres, how they have changed since their early conception and how the media ... See full summary »
Dara O Briain,
This program is possibly one of the funniest program on television. Brooker bitingly analyses TV and (very occasionally) doles out praise. But mainly the fun comes from when he gets on obscure or dire programming and subjects it to his sarcasm. That's where the fun begins. He is the most sarcastic person that I've yet to see on television. He is so scathing that occasionally I actually gasp and laugh at his comments; practically a first for me: this man is that good.
Overall, one of the funniest programs on television. And one of the greatest cases for leaving in all the crap of it: let this man comment on it for evermore.
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