Feb 19, 1997 · Directed by Michael Cumming. With Christopher Morris, Alexander Armstrong, Bill Bailey, Peter Baynham. First shown in 1997. Chris Morris casts a satirical eye over the subject of sex and its relationship to society. Helpful contributors include Peter Stringfellow and David Sullivan.8.2/10(99). "Brass Eye" Sex (TV Episode 1997) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
Brass Eye is a British television comedy series parodying the current affairs news programming. A series of six episodes aired on Channel 4 in 1997, and a further episode in 2001. The series was created and presented by Chris Morris, written by Morris, David Quantick, Peter Baynham, Jane Bussmann, Arthur Mathews, Graham Linehan and Charlie Brooker and directed by Michael CummingOriginal network: Channel 4. Oct 17, 2011 · Brass Eye Drugs 1997 X1 Alan Clark. Loading Unsubscribe from Alan Clark? Dreams, Morning Breath, Morning Sex, And Sleeping On Your Arm | Michael McIntyre; Language: English.
Love & sex Home & garden Health & fitness Will Self. Sun 9 Mar 1997 11.46 EST First published on Sun 9 Mar 1997 Coming to Brass Eye was witnessing that most unusual and remarkable of Author: Will Self. British satire Brass Eye predicted Tinder in 1997 (youtube.com) submitted 4 years ago by mod83. 68 comments oh i thought i'd seen every episode of brass eye quite a few times but i don't remember this clip. The idea of lining up women and having a man choose which he would mate with dates back long before 1997. permalink; embed; save.
Jan 29, 1997 · An unaired pilot episode of this show, called "Torque TV" exists, though for some reason it was never included on the Brass Eye DVD. It was made in 1995 by Christopher Morris, and the rest of the crew. Most of the material in "Torque TV" was re-used for the Animals episode of this series, but there are several scenes that are either unique to 8.6/10(8.7K). 'Sex' - Written & Performed by Chris Morris Directed by Michael Cumming Ch 4. 1997. Brass Eye - Sex on Vimeo Join.
Barbara Durkin is an English actress who trained at the Manchester Polytechnic School of Theatre. She made her debut in the 1987 British film Wish You Were Here, and later made television appearances in Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge, Boon, Brass Eye, I'm Alan Partridge, Taking the Floor, Midsomer Murders, Roger Roger, My Parents Are Aliens and Scoop.