Screen Burn: Television With Its Face Torn Off

Screen Burn: Television With Its Face Torn Off

Charlie Brooker


'These days, staring at tv is like sitting at the back of Travis Bickle's taxicab, staring during the window at a global of relentless, churning shod...' merciless, acerbic, impassioned, gleeful, usually outrageous and continually hilarious, Charlie Brooker's reveal Burn collects the easiest of the much-loved mum or dad advisor columns into one easy-to-read-on-the-toilet package deal. chill out and roar as Brooker rips mercilessly into Simon Cowell, 'Big Brother', Trinny and Susannah, 'Casualty', Davina McCall, Michael Parkinson...and virtually every little thing else on tv. This booklet will make essentially someone chortle out loud. on the flip of the millennium, Charlie Brooker created the infamous site television move domestic. extra lately, he co-wrote Channel Four's Nathan Barley with Chris Morris. sooner than turn into the mother or father Guide's television critic, Brooker labored as a cartoonist, a journalist, and a television and radio presenter. "Charlie Brooker does not a lot opt for the jugular as decapitate his ambitions altogether." (Jim Shelley, day-by-day Mirror). "He watches these items so we do not have to. Bless him for that." (Graham). "Father Ted." (Linehan). "This belongs on everyone's bookshelf. With an immense highlight pointing at it." (Julie Burchill). "The funniest newspaper columnist within the world." (Racing Post).

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