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The writer and broadcaster offers a satirical look at the latest news from politics, the media and the internet, casting a critical eye over trends in TV, cinema, computer games and social media. Charlie will be joined in the studio each week by guests and there will be regular contributions from American comedian Doug Stanhope.
|S01E01||Episode 1||31/01/2013||Charlie looks back over the week's news and what the internet had to say about it, Richard Osman and Susan Calman review Quentin Tarantino's knockabout slavery film Django Unchained, and Doug Stanhope explains to Britain exactly why America is so great.|
|S01E02||Episode 2||07/02/2013||Charlie reviews Sunday night period dramas Mr Selfridge, Ripper Street and Call the Midwife, takes a look at the week's headlines including the situation in Mali, and picks his way through the very worst that television advertising has to offer. Doug Stanhope casts his eye over America's healthcare system and its television doctors, while comedian Bob Mortimer and journalist Camilla Long review Hitchcock, the biopic starring Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren, and take a look at forthcoming first-person slasher Maniac.|
|S01E03||Episode 3||14/02/2013||Charlie casts his satirical eye over the stories which have been dominating the headlines, including the horsemeat scandal and same-sex marriage, and is joined by comedians Richard Herring and Tony Law to discuss dating shows Take Me Out, The Love Machine, Sing Date and The Choice. Plus a Valentine's Day poem from Tim Key, internet comments, terrible adverts, and cultural commentators Barry and Philomena take a look at Bruce Willis on The One Show and the discovery of Richard III.|
|S01E04||Episode 4||21/02/2013||It has been a busy week, with the pope's surprise resignation, the manhunt for an ex-Los Angeles policeman Christopher Dorner coming to an end, meteorites striking central Russia and the horsemeat scandal continuing to grow. Peep Show writer Jesse Armstrong and comedian Isy Suttie review the DVD release of Skyfall, the latest James Bond film, and Charlie looks at the way women are portayed by the tabloid press. Plus, media absorbists Barry and Philomena ponder the Wonders of Life, Tim Key reads a poem about asteroids and Doug Stanhope looks at the nasty characters on reality television.|
|S01E05||Episode 5||28/02/2013||In the news, Oscar Pistorius was judged by the world's press without actually going to trial yet, Hilary Mantel's comments about the Duchess of Cambridge caused outrage without anyone actually reading them and Sony unveiled the PlayStation 4 without showing anyone what it will actually look like. Charlie looks back at yet another thrilling night at the Brit Awards and casts his eye over two new cookery shows, Simon Cowell's Food Glorious Food and the American reality series The Taste. Plus, Philomena and Barry examine the popular internet dance meme The Harlem Shake, Doug Stanhope explains why he enjoys tasteless jokes on Twitter and Charlie is joined by some rather familiar-looking guests to review new film Cloud Atlas. All that, and a look at the advantages of painting a wall bright pink.|
|S01E06||Episode 6||07/03/2013||It's the final episode in the series, so if you've enjoyed the mix of jokes and reviews provided by Charlie Brooker and his guests, then why not watch the very best bits again in the compilation show. You lucky people.|
|S02E01||Episode 1||09/01/2014||Charlie Brooker and guests brighten the depressing post-Christmas gloom as they squeeze a little laughter from a comically absurd world. There are the usual mix of guests including Doug Stanhope and a few new surprises, which is why you really shouldn't miss it. So don't set your recording devices and just tune your eyeballs in instead.|
|S02E02||Episode 2||16/01/2014||Charlie Brooker takes a satirical look at the week, including Benefits Street and US snow.|
|S02E03||Episode 3||23/01/2014||This week, Charlie looks at political sex scandals on both sides of the English Channel and examines the unorthodox tastes of a couple on This Morning. There are also reviews of Scandinavian crime drama The Bridge and reality cookery series The Taste. Meanwhile, Limmy tries to work out which way to vote in the Scottish independence referendum, Jake Yapp compresses an episode of Sunday Brunch down to 99 seconds and American misanthrope Doug Stanhope bemoans the youth of today. Plus, in the latest episode of Moments of Wonder, professional ponderer Philomena Cunk explains the theory of evolution.|
|S02E04||Episode 4||30/01/2014||On the show this week, the latest exploits of young whippersnapper Justin Bieber, a look at winter sports reality series The Jump, so-called Twitter 'trolls' and some wet toilet paper. Plus, Jake Yapp squeezes an entire episode of Take Me Out down to 94 seconds, Doug Stanhope looks at Discovery Channel's Skywire Live and asks why nobody is interested in his own death-defying acts, and Philomena Cunk explores the world of computers and asks what videogamers did before they were invented.|
|S02E05||Episode 5||06/02/2014||Subjects on the agenda include gay rights and the Winter Olympics, Angry Birds becoming embroiled in the NSA spying row and Scarlett Johansson's controversial Super Bowl commercial. Plus, Limmy asks if Big Brother is watching him, while cupcake blogger and talking head Philomena Cunk explores another Moment of Wonder, this time looking at the world of money.|
|S02E06||Episode 6||13/02/2014||It's the final episode in the series for Charlie Brooker's Weekly Wipe, so if you've enjoyed the mix of contributors, jokes and reviews provided by Charlie Brooker and his guests then why not watch the very best bits again in the compilation show. You lucky people.|
|S00E01||2013 Wipe||28/12/2013||Before we all plunge into the depths of January despair, it is time to put on your party hat and reflect on 2013 with Charlie Brooker's annual Christmas and New Year shindig. This is a high-octane glance back at a year in which almost nothing happened - apart from meteors, edible horses, cyclists on steroids, insurgents in Mali, fake space monkeys, Splash!, Oscar Pistorius, the Pope resigning, a new Pope, Christopher Dormer, The One Show, Chris Huhne, Gogglebox, Bedtime Live, Thatcher's death, a Beiber backlash, Miley Cyrus, twerking, Dogging Tales, the Castro kidnappings, snooping, Snowden, a royal baby, Your Face Sounds Familiar, Egypt, Godfrey Bloom, the Damian McBride diaries, Diana (the film), GTA V, Sex Box, hurricanes, storms, Russell Brand on Newsnight and an American government shutdown. Joining Charlie to tackle the whole year in one hour will be an array of guests, which is why you do not want to miss it.|
|S00E02||2014 Wipe||30/12/2014||The writer and broadcaster takes a satirical look back at the events of the past year, casting his eye over the news, film, TV and social media. Among the stories he reflects on are the ice-bucket challenge craze, the rise and fall of Dapper laughs and the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. Featuring contributions by Diane Morgan, Al Campbell, Adam Curtis and Cassetteboy.|
|S00E03||Election Wipe||06/05/2015||As the nation prepares to take to the polling stations, Charlie Brooker's Election Wipe will bring viewers a summary of the good, the bad and the inevitable ugliness of the election campaign. In effect, Brooker will follow it so everyone else doesn't have to. From cringeworthy bacon-sandwich related fails to TV debate triumphs, Charlie will despair, digest and digress over it all. But he won't be doing it on his own. Alongside comedian Morgana Robinson, Weekly Wipe's Philomena Cunk and Barry Shitpeas will impart their unique perspective on the politics, propaganda and party plans the nation is set to have rammed down its throat.|
|S00E05||2016 Wipe||29/12/2016||Charlie Brooker looks back on the ups and downs of 2016. Helping Charlie to make sense of the year's news, TV and online phenomena is Philomena Cunk. In her most challenging interview yet, Philomena tries to understand what it is Professor Brian Cox is actually saying.|
|S00E06||Election Wipe||06/05/2015||As the nation prepares to take to the polling stations, Charlie Brooker's Election Wipe will bring viewers a summary of the good, the bad and the inevitable ugliness of the election campaign. In effect, Brooker will follow it so everyone else doesn't have to. From cringeworthy bacon-sandwich related fails to TV debate triumphs, Charlie will despair, digest and digress over it all. But he won't be doing it on his own. Alongside comedian Morgana Robinson, Weekly Wipe's Philomena Cunk and Barry Shitpeas will impart their unique perspective on the politics, propaganda and party plans the nation is set to have rammed down its throat.|
|S00E07||2015 Wipe||30/12/2015||Charlie Brooker is back for his annual review of the year to pick over the bones of 2015's news and cultural events. A year which saw the beginning of Corbyn-mania and a Tory majority and the end of Page Three and Cecil the Lion. Tackling the terrifying truth of the past 12 months as well as the more bizarre news stories, TV shows and general phenomena, Charlie's joined by brilliant guests including comedian Doug Stanhope and the ever insightful Philomena Cunk. It is basically like the Queen's speech but funnier, longer and contains adult humour.|