Monday 4th May 2020
A chat with
Mo Gilligan, as he prepares to host Channel 4's new lockdown comedy show live from his house. Read
Sunday 14th July 2019
Mo Gilligan talks about going from being a clothes shop assistant to having his own series on Channel 4. Read
Thursday 25th April 2019
Mo Gilligan has been announced as the host of the Edinburgh TV Awards 2019, as entries open. This year there will be new categories for online content. Read
Thursday 28th June 2018
Grime legend and social media sensation
Big Narstie and stand-up comedian Mo Gilligan introduce their new TV show. Read Press Clippings
Warnings that lack of opportunity for black comedians will drive talent to the US.
Hannah Bowler, Broadcast, 20th October 2020
Mo Gilligan: Black British & Funny article:
For things to change we need more representation on TV, in front of the camera, behind the camera, and at the top levels.
Mo Gilligan, i Newspaper, 15th October 2020
Mo Gilligan will host a special one-off revival of The Big Breakfast next summer, as Channel 4 focuses on black talent both on- and off-screen for a 'Black Takeover' day of its schedules. A new black-focused sitcom will also be launched. British Comedy Guide, 25th August 2020
The BAFTA-winning comedian steps in to replace Ken Jeong on the panel and joins
Davina McCall, Rita Ora and Jonathan Ross when the hit ITV show returns in 2021. Elliot Gonzalez, I Talk Telly, 20th August 2020
'A lot of us comics do feel a bit like key workers'.
Killian Fox, The Observer, 16th August 2020