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  • Title: TV Go Home
  • Author: Charlie Brooker Zeppotron Com
  • ISBN: 9781841156750
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • TV Go Home is a Britain comedy magazine a spoof of both television and TV listings magazines such as the Radio Times Its humour attracts over 150,000 readers a month an audience that is constantly growing This book is that website multiplied by eight and presented in a handy, portable paper and inkward edition Based on the website, TV Go Home is a spoof listiTV Go Home is a Britain comedy magazine a spoof of both television and TV listings magazines such as the Radio Times Its humour attracts over 150,000 readers a month an audience that is constantly growing This book is that website multiplied by eight and presented in a handy, portable paper and inkward edition Based on the website, TV Go Home is a spoof listings magazine that does for the Radio Times what The Onion did for newspapers Savage, satirical, surreal, and frequently incredibly stupid, this book should make you laugh out loud.

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    About “Charlie Brooker Zeppotron Com

    1. Charlie Brooker Zeppotron Com says:

      Charlton Charlie Brooker is a British journalist, comic writer and broadcaster His style of humour is savage and profane, with surreal elements and a consistent satirical pessimism He presents TV shows Screenwipe, Gameswipe and Newswipe, wrote a review column for The Guardian newspaper, and is one of four creative directors of comedy production company Zeppotron His five part horror drama Dead Set for E4 earned him a nomination for a BAFTA and he is also the host of the Channel 4 comedy panel show You Have Been Watching Brooker won Columnist of the Year at the 2009 British Press Awards for his column, and the Best Newcomer at the British Comedy Awards 2009.



    2 thoughts on “TV Go Home

    1. I got this the first time this was published, and was my introduction to the mind of Charlie Brooker, something I'll be forever grateful for. A good book to dip in and out of, just about every page had something that made me laugh, even the small print on the back cover.

    2. The book which launched Charlie Brooker into a star (and eventually into the knickers of Konnie Huq).Witty, rude and irrelevant: I still don't think Brooker has done anything better than this. The fake TV listings are laugh out loud funny. Best of all is the genesis of Nathan barley which would later become a TV show in collaboration with Chris Morris.Charlie Brooker nailed the hipster culture before it even became a thing. How very hipsterish.

    3. Ace, ace and ace again. "Hilltop Brasshead Bergerac" is a personal favourite. This will probably be utterly incomprehensible if you weren't brought up on a strict diet of the BBC's listing mag Radio Times though.

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