Reporting the News is Like Gliding through F-ing The Matrix says BBC Newswipe Host

In the second episode of the second series (AKA season) of Newswipe, host, journalist and humorist Charlie Brooker explains to the viewer just how complicated a typical news segment really is to produce.

“It starts here,” says Booker, “with a lackluster establishing shot of a significant location. Next, a walky-talky preamble from the auteur, pacing steadily towards the lens, punctuating every other sentence with a hand gesture, and ignoring all the prigs milling around him like he’s gliding through the [censored] Matrix, before coming to a halt and posing a question: ‘What comes next?’”

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