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Why I keep glancing in the Black Mirror

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.
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Why gritty stories are all the rage, stop them!

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Adapting Hollywood movies for stage

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Social media & the school curriculum. Don’t ask.fm why.

Ask.fm has been subjected to immense scrutiny particularly in Ireland and the UK where at least six teenagers who have taken their own lives have been found to have been bullied or harassed on the website. The promised changes to policy are a welcome progression - comfort mostly to the parents of the teenage audience of over 60 million, a third of who come to ask.fm directly from using Facebook, illustrating how integral the Latvian site is to online social activity.
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