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|Artist||derivative work: Peti me (talk) Now_Show_2005.jpg: Dan Taylor|
|Desc||Hugh Dennis performing The Now Show at the 2005 Radio Festival.|
|Usage||Creative Commons Attribution 2.0|
1997–2001 British satirical television mockumentary series
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Number of episodes||7|
About Brass Eye
Brass Eye: The Satirical Masterpiece That Pushed Boundaries
Brass Eye, the British satirical television show, was a groundbreaking series that pushed the boundaries of what was acceptable on television. Created by comedian Chris Morris, the show was a parody of current affairs programs and featured fake news stories that tackled controversial topics such as drugs, sex, and politics.
The show's unique style of humor was both intelligent and absurd, with Morris and his team of writers using clever wordplay and outrageous visuals to lampoon the media's obsession with sensationalism. The show's most infamous episode, "Paedogeddon," caused a national uproar with its satirical take on the media's coverage of child abuse.
Despite its controversial subject matter, Brass Eye was critically acclaimed and has since become a cult classic. The show's influence can be seen in the work of contemporary comedians such as Sacha Baron Cohen and Charlie Brooker.
Brass Eye was a groundbreaking show that challenged the norms of television and paved the way for a new era of satirical comedy. Its legacy continues to inspire and entertain audiences to this day.
- "Brass Eye: The Controversial Satire That Defined an Era." The Guardian, 30 July 2016, www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2016/jul/30/brass-eye-the-controversial-satire-that-defined-an-era.
- "Brass Eye: The Show That Changed TV Comedy Forever." BBC News, 29 July 2016, www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-36911322.
Main cast and crew
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British comedian and actor
British satirist, writer, director, actor, voice actor and producer
British comedian and actress
English actor, playwright, scriptwriter
British actor and comedian
English actor and comedian
Other cast and crew
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British film and television actor
American football player and actor
Canadian ice hockey player
Timothy J. Keller
Aditya Singh Rajput
Philippe Pozzo di Borgo
French entrepreneur and author