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Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC Two ScotlandLatest broadcast: on BBC Two England

Available for 4 months

Series of films exploring the idea that humans have been colonised by the machines they have built, seeing everything in the world through the eyes of computers. Show more

All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace

Episode 3: The Monkey in the Machine and the Machine in the Monkey

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC Two ScotlandLatest broadcast: on BBC Two England

Available for 4 months

Exploring how computers have changed society. Why do humans find the machine vision beguiling - does it excuse our failure? Show more

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC Two ScotlandLatest broadcast: on BBC Two HD

A few hours before the polls open, Charlie Brooker presents an irreverent look back at the 2015 election campaign, mixing the big stories with the funniest and strangest moments. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Charlie Brooker
Philomena Cunk:
Diane Morgan
Barry Shitpeas:
Al Campbell
Various Characters:
Morgana Robinson
Various Characters:
Jake Yapp
Various Characters:
Adam Curtis
Emily Surname:
Catriona Knox
Executive Producer:
Annabel Jones
Executive Producer:
Nick Vaughan-Smith

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Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC Two HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Two England

Charlie Brooker reviews the year known formally as 2014. The end of the year is often marked by a morbid sense of self-reflection, so why not laugh at others instead? Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Charlie Brooker
Philomena Cunk:
Diane Morgan
Barry Shitpeas:
Al Campbell
Participant:
Adam Curtis
Participant:
Victor Spirescu
Writer:
Dan Maier
Producer:
Tom Corrigan
Director:
Lorry Powles
Executive Producer:
Annabel Jones
Executive Producer:
Nick Vaughan-Smith
Series Producer:
Alison Marlow

Front Row

Manchester International Festival

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 FMLatest broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 LW

Available for over a year

Mark Lawson reports on the opening of the Manchester International Festival, including interviews with film-maker Adam Curtis and artist Nikhil Chopra, whose show began at 4am. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Mark Lawson
Interviewed Guest:
Adam Curtis
Interviewed Guest:
Matt Charman
Interviewed Guest:
Josie Rourke
Interviewed Guest:
Nikhil Chopra
Producer:
Ekene Akalawu

Can't Get You Out of My Head

Series 1

Part Two - Shooting and F**king are the Same Thing

Duration: 1 hour, 14 minutes

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Dreams of revolution. But the ghosts of old power were still in the dreamer’s heads. Show more

All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace

Episode 2: The Use and Abuse of Vegetational Concepts

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC Two ScotlandLatest broadcast: on BBC Two England

Available for 4 months

Exploring how computers have changed society. This looks at how the idea of nature as a self-regulating ecosystem is a machine fantasy. Show more

Can't Get You Out of My Head

Series 1

Part One - Bloodshed on Wolf Mountain

Duration: 1 hour, 14 minutes

First broadcast:

Available for years

Love, power, money, ghosts of empire, conspiracies, artificial intelligence – and You. Show more

Can't Get You Out of My Head

Series 1

Part Three - Money Changes Everything

Duration: 1 hour, 11 minutes

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Available for years

Money replaced the grand dreams of the future. It was safer. But then money took on a life of its own. Show more

Can't Get You Out of My Head

Series 1

Part Four - But What If the People Are Stupid?

Duration: 1 hour, 13 minutes

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How power got inside your head in the 1990s. But you didn’t notice because you were busy shopping. Show more

Can't Get You Out of My Head

Series 1

Part Five - The Lordly Ones

Duration: 1 hour, 6 minutes

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How a fake version of Britain was invented. To hide what we had really done in the empire. Show more