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Despite his derogatory and insulting remarks aimed at many television shows, people, and near enough everything and everyone, Brooker does show his happier side and has spoken of his liking for certain US drama series including The Shield; Deadwood; The Wire; Mad Men; and the most recent version of Battlestar Galactica; as well as the current series of Doctor Who; and older documentary programmes such as Jacob Bronowski's The Ascent of Man, Civilisation, and The World at War.
Brooker singles out Bronowski for praise regarding his style of presentation describing it as 'a bit like taking a warm bath in university juice'.
presenter Konnie, 38, gave birth to a little boy at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital at around am The newborn, who weighs 7lbs 6ozs, has "cute spiky brown hair like his dad has - but less grey" according to his proud mother.
A representative for the couple added that their new arrival looks exactly like their first child Covey when he was born. Their union initially seemed unusual, given Charlie's penchant for satirical and sometimes controversial comedy and Konnie's more wholesome, clean-cut image, but Konnie confirmed in an interview with the that her husband was 'the greatest love of her life'.
One example in the 2008 Christmas Special involved a remark about X Factor winner Alexandra Burke's cover of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah, which Brooker went on to claim is now "ruined forever as a song destined to be played at thick people's funerals".
Brooker often displays archive footage of various shows, but alters the viewer's perception through near stream-of-consciousness narration and/or ironic juxtaposition with contrasting footage or sound, e.g.
When not in the living room, Brooker presents segments on various pieces of television, different genres or peculiarities of production.