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Charlie Brooker's Weekly Wipe

BBC Two comedy satirising the week. 15 episodes (3 series), 2013 - 2015. Stars Charlie Brooker, Al Campbell, Diane Morgan, Morgana Robinson and others.

Press Clippings

BBC Two orders Charlie Brooker election special

Charlie Brooker will return to BBC Two in the run-up to the May General Election with a new Wipe special focusing on the political campaign.

British Comedy Guide, 24th March 2015

Charlie Brooker's Weekly Wipe, Series 3 review

Charlie Brooker's Weekly Wipe may just be the smoothest comedy programme on television. It is also one of the bleakest satirical programmes I have ever seen, but I am well and truly addicted.

Becca Moody, Moody Comedy, 14th March 2015

Charlie Brooker interview

We recently caught up with him and couldn't resist also asking about the future of his Channel 4 drama series Black Mirror and the possibility of a Brooker book...

Huw Fullerton, Radio Times, 29th January 2015

Brooker is back behind his desk, swapping the techno-dystopias of Black Mirror for the equally unsettling current affairs scene. Joining him to strip-search and generally humiliate the week's events will be Cassetteboy and Jake Yapp, along with very confused media commentator Philomena Cunk. And in case you think it'll be a challenge mining laughs from ever-bleaker headlines, Brooker's end-of-2014 Wipe proved that even when the news is gloomy, the way the media breaks it to us will always be ripe for mockery.

Rachel Aroesti, The Guardian, 29th January 2015

Philomena Cunk's favourite TV

The cultural critic and Charlie Brooker's mate on her love of The One Show and why they should make SuperSteptoe And Superson.

Jason Hazeley & Joel Morris, The Guardian, 28th January 2015

Charlie Brooker interview

Never one to mince his words, Charlie Brooker returns with a new instalment of satirical show Weekly Wipe.

Kate Samuelson, Hull Daily Mail, 28th January 2015

Charlie Booker interview

He's the sharp-tongued satirist who has made a living out of lampooning everything from Benefits Street to Katie Hopkins, but Charlie Brooker's viewing habits might surprise his fans.

This is Gloucestershire, 24th January 2015

Charlie Brooker's Weekly Wipe gets another series

BBC Two has ordered another series of Charlie Brooker's Weekly Wipe, and another round-up of the year from him, Charlie Brooker's 2014 Wipe.

British Comedy Guide, 13th November 2014

Review: Weekly Wipe - It's not just comedy

You might love Charlie Brooker, you might loathe him, but the fact is he and his show are really quite remarkable, because it really takes apart the horrendous products of modern television and really hits home the issue of shoddy mainstream journalism, something that many of us let easily slip by.

Alexander Leivesley, The Huffington Post, 4th February 2014

Charlie Brooker carries on his brilliantly on-point review of the week with help from trusty pals such as curious-yet-clueless Philomena Cunk and one-man Vine machine Limmy. Expect cutting takedowns of all the week's daftness, from political blunders to shocking soap opera storylines, all delivered with Brooker's trademark vitriol.

The Guardian, 25th January 2014