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LSF 2014 - There's no place like home

As wanky as it sounds, and it does sound wanky – as a writer it’s sometimes difficult to feel understood.

But seriously (yeah, seriously wanky!) I have spent many years mulling, writing, mulling, procrastinating and maybe some more writing and a lot of it has been for free until recently. 1,496 more words

OPINION: GamerGate, and why I hate "Gamers".

Arrr Gamergate. I might as well weigh in here as it seems as good a topic to have my first opinion piece on. So let’s go to the beginning and see what it is all about? 1,764 more words

Anita Sarkeesian

Thanks Charlie Brooker...

A few years ago I realised, sadly, that Charlie Brooker has had an indelible impact on my life. It’s not that there’s anything wrong with Mr Brooker, but I’d just hoped that I would have a slightly more socially acceptable role model. 281 more words


Charlie Brooker's Latest Offering

Charlie Brooker’s latest piece for The Guardian is brilliant, so happy that he is still contributing to this paper!

In this article, Brooker attacks gig attendees who spend their whole evening watching live music via their phones. 32 more words

Points Of Interest

Charlie Brooker on Internet Hyperbole + Kate Bush

I love Kate Bush – she added some flair and emotion to my otherwise dull childhood. It’s hard to describe her music without going into full-on hyperbole: ‘cosmic’, ‘mind-expanding’, or plainly ‘awesome’. 354 more words

Not China

What Happened to Charlie Brooker?

Charlie Brooker. You may know him off the telly-box as the front man for the largely successful satirical review show of other things broadcast on said telly-box. 612 more words

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Jon Hamm, Oona Chaplin, Rafe Spall Board C4's Mind-Bending 'Black Mirror' Christmas Special

Extending his relationship with British television, Jon Hamm will co-star in a feature-length special of International Emmy-winning satirical drama Black Mirror. Rafe Spall and Oona Chaplin are also joining Hamm in the special to air at Christmas on the UK’s Channel 4. 278 more words