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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

Top comedy shows for 2020

A funny feast of fun ahead from Godley to Godliman and Alexei to Lexx.

Brian Donaldson, The List, 20th December 2019

Radio Times TV 100 2019: Phoebe Waller-Bridge tops list

The result is a rundown of 100 TV stars who've had a tremendous past 12 months. Fleabag co-stars Olivia Colman and Andrew Scott came 13th and 21st respectively.

Morgan Jeffery, Radio Times, 3rd December 2019

Mo Gilligan supports anti-bullying campaign

Backing the Banter or Bullying? campaign are comedian Mo Gilligan and social media stars Zoe Sugg (founder of Zoella) and Chessie King.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 11th November 2019

Review - Mo Gilligan: Momentum

Some comedians set themselves away from the norm, others want to show they are just like you. It doesn't take more than a few moments with Mo Gilligan's first Netflix special to know which camp he's in, so loaded is it with reassurances that the topics he's addressing are universal.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 7th October 2019

Progress 1000: London's most influential people: comedy

The most influential people in London for comedy.

Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard, 3rd October 2019

Mo Gilligan: the 5 best cartoons ever made

Mo Gilligan sits down with ShortList to talk Netflix, podcasting, and most importantly... cartoons.

Holly Pyne, ShortList, 1st October 2019

It is an intrinsically American format, the late-night talkshow, but Twitter comedian-turned-host Mo Gilligan has had a good go at bringing it home. The sketches are hit and miss, but the guests have been a solid selection of established names (Steve Coogan, Mel B, Danny Dyer) and relative upstarts (Maya Jama, Tom Davis), while Gilligan's easy confidence always carries the night. This is the last in the series; fingers crossed for a recommission.

Ellen E Jones, The Guardian, 23rd August 2019