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Charlie Brooker's Year Wipe

BBC Two and BBC Four comedy hosted by Charlie Brooker. 7 episodes (7 series), 2010 - 2016. Stars Charlie Brooker, Al Campbell, Diane Morgan, Doug Stanhope and Adam Curtis.

Charlie Brooker's 2011 Wipe

Charlie Brooker takes a comedic look back at the hectic events of 2011 - a mad year of royal weddings, Gypsy Weddings, riots, phone-hacking and Desperate Scousewives. With contributions from Doug Stanhope, Adam Curtis and Brian Limond.

Broadcast details

Date
Friday 30th December 2011
Time
10:30pm
Channel
BBC Four
Length
60 minutes

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    Cast & crew

    Regular cast
    Charlie Brooker Host / Presenter
    Al Campbell Barry Shitpeas
    Doug Stanhope Self
    Adam Curtis Narrator
    Guest cast
    Brian Limond Self
    Susie Boniface (as Susi Boniface) Self
    Writing team
    Charlie Brooker Writer
    Jason Hazeley Writer (Additional Material)
    Joel Morris Writer (Additional Material)
    Alan Connor Writer (Additional Material)
    Ben Caudell Writer (Additional Material)
    Production team
    Lorry Powles Director
    Al Campbell Director
    Alison Marlow Series Producer
    Lorry Powles Producer
    Annabel Jones Executive Producer
    Damon Tai Editor
    Alan Adair Editor
    Ian Garland Editor
    Craig Harbour Editor
    Matthew Jeffreys Editor

    Video

    Charlie Brooker's 2011 Wipe Trailer

    Charlie Brooker takes a comedic look back at the hectic events of 2011 - a mad year of royal weddings, Gypsy Weddings, riots, phone-hacking and Desperate Scousewives.

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    Featuring: Charlie Brooker.

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