As with a lot of Chris Morris’s work, My Wrongs #8245-8249 & 117 satires extreme psychosis running against the grain of society. It won a BAFTA for short film in 2002.

More short narratives include his 12 episode spoken word Blue Jam Monologue.

Chris Morris began his career as a prankster DJ with BBC Radio Bristol, until he got fired for filling the studio with helium as the news was being read out. He then moved into television with the satirical news programs The Day Today and Brasseye.

In late 2009, he realeased his first feature length film Four Lions about a group of bumbling Islamist terriorists from the North of England.