Black Mirror, an International Emmy winner, is a sort of mash-up of many things Brooker has written and spoken about. He's confessed to loving gadgets and checking his time-line too often. But it's in his Guardian column that we've seen the seeds for Black Mirror sown. Hyper conenctivity, over-sharing, 'look at me' generation X self-obsession and his guide to winning the Turner Prize have all popped up in episodes of Black Mirror to date. Described by Channel 4 as "a hybrid of The Twilight Zone and Tales of the Unexpected which taps into our contemporary unease about our modern world", it is genuinely unmissable television.