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Man Like Mobeen shortlisted for social impact award

Guz Khan's comedy Man Like Mobeen has been shortlisted in the Best TV Show of the Year category at the Visionary Honours 2020.

British Comedy Guide, 20th February 2020

Guz Khan interview

"If Priti Patel released a diss track about me I would love that".

Emily Baker, i Newspaper, 10th February 2020

The grime MC returns for another series of his hit talkshow, co-hosted with comic Mo Gilligan. Their guests this week include Towie star-turned-national institution Gemma Collins, writer and star of Man Like Mobeen, Guz Khan, and ex-footballer now Hollywood hardman Vinnie Jones.

Hannah J Davies, The Guardian, 7th February 2020

Let Mobeen put kids on the straight and narrow

Season three of Man Like Mobeen has hit our screens and it is phenomenal. I genuinely believe that this programme - which follows Birmingham lad Mobeen as he tries to be a good Muslim, look after his little sister and stay away from a life of crime - needs to be compulsory viewing in secondary schools up and down the country. Mr Education Secretary Gavin Williamson, listen up.

Sara Tor, The Times, 4th February 2020

Guz Khan interview

"Anyone can make a generic sitcom - but we want to present real issues"

Gary Ryan, NME, 28th January 2020

Guz Khan interview

Cult comedy Man Like Mobeen is back - and star Guz Khan wants to lift the lid on the reality of life in a working-class community.

The Big Issue, 26th January 2020

Guz Khan: use of food banks transcends all demographics

As BBC3 comedy Man Like Mobeen returns, its creator Guz Khan talks about telling working class stories, investigating foodbank use in British Asian communities and his trainee scheme to help youngsters into the television industry.

Adrian Lobb, The Big Issue, 20th January 2020

BBC keen on Man Like Mobeen scheme

Project developed on Guz Khan's BBC Three comedy aims to break down industry class barriers.

Broadcast, 4th December 2019