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Gill Isles (born 14 December 1972) is a BAFTA winning TV comedy producer.
Originally from Castleford, Yorkshire, Gill graduated from the BA Media Production course at Bournemouth University and began working at BBC Radio Leeds as a Broadcast Assistant. After moving to London to work at Radio 1's Newsbeat, Gill moved into TV comedy, working on shows such as ITV's The British Comedy Awards and The 11 O'Clock Show. BBC3 comedy credits include Cyderdelic, The State We're In and Up Late With?, as well as working with the late Ronnie Barker on his BBC1 BAFTA Tribute Night.
Gill moved to Manchester in 2005 to take up the role of Talent Producer for BBC Comedy North, the corporation's comedy unit based in Manchester, before moving on to head up the northern arm of Steve Coogan's company Baby Cow. Whilst in Manchester Gill has produced shows including Gavin and Stacey Christmas Special, four series of the award-winning Ideal starring Johnny Vegas, the second series of the comedy drama Starlings for Sky, BBC2 sitcom Hebburn and most recently Rovers written by Joe Wilkinson & David Earl and directed and starring Craig Cash.
Gill most notably produced the multi award-winning series Peter Kay's Car Share for Goodnight Vienna Productions which was first broadcast in April 2015 on BBC iPlayer, then on BBC1. The series was nominated and won numerous awards including the BAFTA for Best Scripted Comedy in 2016.
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