Dick and Dom
Comedy double act, Dick and Dom present TV programmes and are excellent awards and event hosts. Four times BAFTA winning Dick and Dom are popular house hold names in entertainment. Their wealth of work has carried them from Radio 1 to their hit series Dick and Dom in Da Bungalow and touring the UK with their own show.
About Dick and Dom
Dick and Dom write, present and produce their own brand of mayhem in an array of shows. Their live work has seen them landing the ‘Best Family Show Award’ at the Edinburgh Festival, their own hit UK theatre tour and headlining major family festivals year after year.
Dick & Dom (Richard McCourt (Dick) and Dominic Wood) first sprung to life presenting ‘The CBBC Broom Cupboard’ Live continuity links. They have built a diverse portfolio of programming over the years from the massively successful BAFTA winning show ‘Dick and Dom In Da Bungalow’ to ‘Diddy Movies’, ‘Splatalot’ and ‘The Legend of Dick and Dom’. In 2013 they were hosts for ‘Blue Peter: You Decide’ (CBBC). Other programming credits include ‘The Sunday Morning Show’ (BBC Radio 1), ‘Are You Smarter than a 10 Year Old’ (Sky 1).
In 2011 they received critical acclaim for their roles in feature film ‘Horrid Henry: The Movie’. They have headlined at Butlins with an 80 date sell out tour and in 2013 they trod the boards to rave reviews in the West End starring as King Arthur and Patsy in Monty Python’s ‘Spamalot’. In the world of voice-over they play B1 and B2 in the animated classic ‘Bananas in Pyjamas’.
In 2014 Dick and Dom won the BAFTA for best presenters for the show ‘Appsolute Genius’ (CBBC) which has run for 5 series to date and they have completed ‘Diddy TV’ released early 2016, which is a hilarious take on UK’s best loved shows.
2019 saw Dick and Dom move into broadcasting for the Millennial generation launching their own podcast, Cash from Chaos. The first six episodes aired in May and June 2019. In 2020 they release of their new podcast, The Dick and Dom Debate, like Question Time or Talk Radio for the Dick and Dom generation. They debate the unimportant things in life like fry ups.