Charlie Brooker on jogging, Jan Moir and parenthood.
Journalist and screen burner Charlie Brooker talks to Clive Anderson about his latest book 'I Can Make You Hate'.
In this excerpt Charlie Brooker explains that a 'selfish attempt to cling to the planet' spurred him to take up jogging, how he might have handled the Jan Moir / Stephen Gately incident differently and that instead of calming him down, parenthood has only increased his anger at the world.
Available since: Tue 23 Oct 2012
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Loose Ends Honor Blackman, Charlie Brooker, Peter Serafinowicz, George The Poet, The Herbaliser and The Magnetic North
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First broadcast: 20 Oct 2012
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