Charlton "Charlie" Brooker (born 3 March 1971) is an English satirist and broadcaster.
He is the creator of the acclaimed anthology series Black Mirror.
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In October 2008, Brooker and several other ex-writers were invited back to review a game for the 200th issue. Brooker began writing a TV review column titled "Screen Burn" for The Guardian newspaper's Saturday entertainment supplement The Guide in 2000, a role he continued through to October 2010.
From late 2005, he wrote a regular series of columns in The Guardian supplement "G2" on Fridays called "Supposing", in which he free-associated on a set of vague what-if themes.
The cartoon was titled "Helmut Werstler's Cruelty Zoo" and professed to be an advert for a theme park created by a Teutonic psychologist for children to take out their violent impulses on animals rather than humans.
From 1999 to 2003 he wrote the satirical TVGo Home website, a regular series of mock TV schedules published in a format similar to that of the Radio Times, consisting of a combination of savage satire and surreal humour and featured in technology newsletter Need To Know.
A print adaptation of the site was published by Fourth Estate in 2001.
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It was found that the initial SOC content had to be optimised for each experiment, but also that one set of values for other model parameters could be applied at all sites.