"TV Go Home" is Britain's most infamous comedy magazine - a cult spoof of both television and TV listings magazines such as the "Radio Times". Its humour attracts over 150,000 readers a month - an audience that is constantly growing. This book is that website - multiplied by eight and presented in a handy, portable paper-and-inkward edition. Based on Britain's most popular comedy website, "TV Go Home" is a spoof listings magazine that does for the Radio Times what The Onion did for newspapers. Savage, satirical, surreal, and frequently incredibly stupid, this book should make you laugh out loud.
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Zeppotron co-founder Charlie Brooker is the creator of tvgohome.com, a hugely successful comedy website that attracts around 400,000 hits per month. His previous writing credits include The Guardian, The 11 O'clock Show, E4.com, Loaded, Select, Ministry, The Daily Telegraph, Dreamcast, PC Zone, Oink!, and Stuff. He has also worked as a cartoonist and illustrator, creating comic strips and pictorial articles for many of the above publications. He was writer-presenter of BBC Radio One's Digital Update, co-presented BBC Knowledge technology show The Kit and currently writes a weekly TV column for the Guardian Guide.
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Book Description Fourth Estate in America, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P111841156752