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You Have Been Watching season 1 episodes list:
This first episode of Charlie Brooker's new comedy quiz has Rufus Hound, Jamelia and Richard Herring along for a detailed look at BBC1's daily magazine format, The One Show.
Second of the series, with three new panellists, Josie Long, Frank Skinner and Grace Dent, in the studio to help Charlie Brooker scrutinise another week's worth of TV. This episode's TV Club looks at Doctor Who spin-off, Torchwood: Children of Earth.
Another trawl through the best and, more importantly, the worst of the week's TV with Charlie Brooker and a panel of three celebrity associates - Frankie Boyle, Reece Shearsmith and Sarah Millican. In TV Club, Charlie and his guests talk about the C4 documentary Inside Nature's Giants. The show will also feature the ...Got Talent franchise, and Japanese animation series Psychic Academy.
Join Charlie Brooker for a 'Weird TV' special, including a TV Club about The Jeremy Kyle Show, a look at BBC3's My Life as an Animal, and US plastic surgery makeover show The Swan.
The subject of this week's TV Club will be British TV staple Casualty. Charlie and his guests will also be sharing their views on BBC Three's Young, Dumb and Living Off Mum, and tackling the topic of extraordinary cookery shows.
Frank Skinner, Frankie Boyle and Germaine Greer help Charlie assess the merits of the week's TV highlights, including Deal or No Deal and Dragons' Den.
David Mitchell, Ben Miller and Holly Walsh join Charlie Brooker in perusing the highs and lows of this week's TV world, including Desperate Romantics and Total Wipeout.
Charlie hosts a special show that charts the highs and lows of 90s television - both home grown and from around the world. He gives his own take on 90s TV raunch and the shows that commanded the biggest following (but perhaps shouldn't have), and unearths some hidden gems that deserve a wider audience. His guests Phill Jupitus, Victoria Coren and Jack Whitehall discuss everything from ratings giants such as You Bet to the obscurity that was Ring My Bell.