Victoria Coren Mitchell interviews Dawn French, Olivia Colman, Sarah Millican and Germaine Greer in this new four-part BBC Radio 4 series. Using cars as a 'vehicle' for sharing memories, Victoria and guests take a comic look at life, love, sex, work, childhood, adulthood and adventure. At the heart of the show is an exploration of what cars symbolise to women today, including freedom, power, refuge, novelty and familiarity.
Sarah Millican plays Sarah, life counsellor and modern day agony aunt, in this BBC Radio 4 comedy series. She wants you to live life to the utmost, and she's got tons of ideas of how to help in the same way as the busybody at the end of your street who knows everything and dishes out advice whether you want to hear it or not.
Award-winning comedian Sarah Millican is back for a second series playing Sarah, a modern-day agony aunt dishing out real advice for real people. Solving the nation's problems with her Support Group, she wants you to live life to the utmost and she's got tons of ideas of how to help. Together with her team of experts on the heart - local cabbie Terry and self-qualified counsellor Marion - Sarah tackles people's dilemmas head on and has a solution for everything.
The hilarious one-off special that inspired the acclaimed series Sarah Millican’s Support Group. A relationship breakdown leads Sarah Millican to consider the question of counsellors – how some are great, and others terrible – and inspires her to create Jean, a relationship counsellor who is so good that most people don’t come back after one appointment with her.
A series of three brand new short stories written and performed by leading comedians. Stairlift Us Up Where We Belong, written and read by Sarah Millican, is a poignant and funny monologue exploring the tricky turning point in a woman's life, when she goes from being thought of as useful to becoming invisible. In Spooky and the Van, written and read by Joe Lycett, seventeen-year-old Julian is writing a blog.
If you've ever worn glasses at the age of six, worn an off-the-shoulder gown with no confidence, been contacted by an old school bully, lived in your childhood bedroom in your 30s, been gloriously dumped in a Frankie and Benny's, cried so much you felt great, been for a romantic walk with a dog or worn leggings two days in a row even though they smelt of wee from a distance, then this is YOUR BOOK. If you haven't done those things but wish you had, THIS IS YOUR BOOK.
In the past when you put Sarah Millican outside, she asked things like: "Why? Where is the taxi? Do I need a cardie?" and said things like: "There'll be wasps. I've nothing to sit on. Is that poo? Can we go home?" But things have changed. Now she has outside slippers. She can tell a chaffinch from a tit (hey). But she still can't tell if it's an owl or her husband's asthma. Join Sarah Millican, one of the UK's most successful and multi-award-winning comedians as she delights her fans in her fourth stand-up show, Outsider.