This time you’re sixteen again


Charlie Brooker’s Screenwipe

Again, a low placing due to it still being on the telly and all, but Mr Brooker’s rantings and occasional seriousness (such as tonight’s amazing – but not funny – interview with top telly screenwriters including Russell T Davies, Paul Abbot and Tony Jordan – an iPlayer must) are always welcome round these parts. His book Dawn of The Dumb was also a must buy.

Glasvegas – Daddy’s Gone

OK, they were a bit miserable and their album didn’t live up to its promise, but they still had some classic moments. This is one:

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