Some thirteen years after they made a TV star of Derren Brown, Channel 4 have given a new series to another exciting magician, Ben Earl.
Including some teases of what series five will include.
I popped into the Channel 4 press conference this morning. Mostly for the free breakfast. But also to see what they were up to in the next few months. Which got me wondering exactly what the Daily Mail would say …
“Already shaping up to be more imaginative, outrageous and brilliantly intriguing than the first.”
Q&A panel features Brooker, Hayley Atwell, Be Right Back director Owen Harris and executive producer Annabel Jones.
We all leave ghosts in the machine. I’m doing it now.
The return of Charlie Brooker’s digital age satire is nigh.
The information generation’s Twilight Zone.
@richjohnston Wilson Wilson is trying to warn you. Please check today’s email. They know EVERYTHING. #Utopia — C4 Utopia (@C4Utopia) January 15, 2013 Okay that freaked me out. A special YouTube message from Faisal of Four Lions. Okay, okay, it’s …
Mary Talbot and Bryan Talbot appeared on Britain’s Channel 4 News tonight to talk about their Costa Award-winning graphic novel Dotter Of Her Father’s Eyes, being the daughter of a writer and also defending the very medium itself… The summary …
Charlie Brooker hates you. He hates everyone. He hates everything. From his early games journalism to his TV Go Home parody, he has poured his bile on the populace, not so much with a bucket but with a sick-sewage sprinkler …
The Snowman and the Snowdog go for walkies in the air.
To feature the return of classic characters.
Brown is going to convince a member of the public that the world has ended. For our entertainment.
Stormy weather. Overalls. Surly yoots.
Skins writer gets romantic with new Channel 4 drama about the world of modern dating and Abi Morgan heads to The Dark Side of the Internet.