Charlie Brooker

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    How Videogames Changed the World (2013)

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    How Videogames Changed the World (2013)

    From Pong to Grand Theft Auto, Charlie Brooker delves into the history of videogames and pulls out a selection of its most significant titles. From Atari to Angry Birds, How Videogames Changed the World explores how interactive entertainment evolved from a penny arcade diversion into a medium that some believe is art, and shows how it is changing the way we work, communicate and, of course, play. Joined by Jonathan Ross, Dara O’Briain and gaming legends like Will Wright and John Romero, Brooker looks at how videogames have become the most progressive art form of the last 40 years. This humorous and insightful tour will surprise and entertain the uninitiated and dedicated gamers alike.

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    How TV Ruined Your Life

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    How TV Ruined Your Life

    How TV Ruined Your Life is a six-episode BBC Two television series written and presented by Charlie Brooker. Charlie Brooker, whose earlier TV-related programmes include How to Watch Television, Charlie Brooker’s Screenwipe and You Have Been Watching, examines how the medium has bent reality to fit its own ends. Produced by Zeppotron, the series aired its first episode in January 2011.

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    You Have Been Watching

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    You Have Been Watching

    You Have Been Watching is a British comedy panel game presented by Charlie Brooker, produced by Zeppotron for Channel 4 and filmed at BBC Television Centre and Riverside Studios in London. It first aired on 7 July 2009, for a weekly eight-episode run. The show’s title is a reference to sitcoms written by David Croft such as Dad’s Army, ‘Allo ‘Allo!, Are You Being Served? and It Ain’t Half Hot Mum which ended with the caption “You have been watching”, which was then followed by the cast list.

    A second series of the show began on 15 April 2010 and ended prematurely by a week due to the Cumbria shootings; the final episode having been postponed because it is a crime special. The crime special was eventually broadcast on 4 August 2010, albeit airing on E4 rather than Channel 4.

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    Charlie Brooker's 2016 Wipe (2016)

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    Charlie Brooker’s 2016 Wipe (2016)

    Charlie Brooker’s 2016 Wipe 2016 TV Movie

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    The Big Fat Quiz of the Year

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    The Big Fat Quiz of the Year

    The Big Fat Quiz of the Year is an annual British television programme broadcast in the last or first week of the year on Channel 4. Essentially, the show is a comedy panel game in the style of a pub quiz. Three teams, of two celebrities each, are asked questions relating to the events of the year just gone by, which they write answers to on an electronic board in front of them. At the end of each round, they then display their answers, scoring a point for each correct one. The first edition was broadcast in December 2004. There has been another at the end of each year since, as well as a special edition in November 2007 for Channel 4’s 25th anniversary celebrations and three special editions in September 2012, themed to celebrate Channel 4’s three decades. A second set of “decades” editions screened in September 2013. Repeats can usually be found days later on Channel 4’s sister-channel E4 and/or 4seven. Stand-up comedian Jimmy Carr has been the host and quizmaster of each edition to date. Channel 4 has made full episodes of The Big Fat Quiz of the Year available to view on 4oD.

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    10 O'Clock Live

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    10 O’Clock Live

    10 O’Clock Live is a British comedy/news television programme presented by Charlie Brooker, Jimmy Carr, Lauren Laverne and David Mitchell.

    The programme was commissioned following the success of Channel 4’s Alternative Election Night, fronted by the same four presenters, in May 2010. The first series appeared in 2011, with two subsequent series broadcast in 2012 and 2013.

    The song “Bernie” by the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion is used for the show’s theme.

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    Charlie Brooker's Screenwipe

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    Charlie Brooker’s Screenwipe

    Charlie Brooker’s Screenwipe is a British television review programme created and presented by Charlie Brooker and broadcast on BBC Four. The programme contains reviews of current shows, as well as stories and commentary on how television is produced.

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    Charlie Brooker's Gameswipe

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    Charlie Brooker’s Gameswipe

    Charlie Brooker’s Gameswipe was a special one-off British, video game culture show by Charlie Brooker, aired in September 2009 during the BBC’s Technology season. Following on from Brooker’s Screenwipe and Newswipe, Gameswipe featured reviews of various video games and consoles as well as an insight into the video game industry.

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