Brass Eye is a Comedy programme.

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Brass Eye

First transmitted in 1997, and repeated now for the first time on Channel 4. Brass Eye is written and co-produced by Christopher (Chris) Morris.

After various brawls in local radio, Chris devised, wrote and co-produced two series of "On the Hour" for Radio 4 with Armando Iannucci before devising "The Day Today" for television with the "On the Hour" team.

His own series for Radio 1 followed, after which he created "Brass Eye" for Channel 4.

Over the following three years he made three further series for Radio 1, Blue Jam, a version for Warp records, and wrote a series of twelve me-columns by fictitious suicide journalist Richard Geefe for The Observer. His most recent television series, jam, was shown on Channel 4 last year.

Genre: Comedy

Running Time: 30 minutes (approx)