Our Sarah Millican got locked out of a toilet at a rather inconvenient time recently. So she and a few of other contributors have decided to share their ‘oh shit’ – often literally – moments.
Touring can be tough sometimes, says Sarah Millican. Luckily, for her, EVERY day is Bring Your Dog to Work Day.
It’s 25 years since Callie Khouri’s first ever screenplay became an Oscar-winning iconic piece of celluloid history. Our Sarah Millican tells us why it will always be her favourite.
For those of you who couldn’t make Glasgow’s In Conversation event with Sarah Millican, Susan Calman and Jo Caulfield, we’ve done this gigcast. Contains laughs, death and the perils of all-you-can-eat gravy.
2016 continues to be a dick and now we’ve had to say goodbye to the brilliant Victoria Wood. Sarah Millican recalls a very special message.
Starting today, the 10th anniversary of the founding of the social network, we’re asking our contributors for their tweeting experiences – good, bad and proper weird. First up, Sarah Millican on what she’s learned from Twitter.
After her first marriage ended, Sarah Millican thought she didn’t need a piece of paper to prove she loved a man. So what changed?
Stuff’s been happening in Sarah Millican’s garden, although, as she explains, not much of it has had anything to do with plants.
Back in October, we gathered brilliant women Sarah Millican, Bridget Christie, Susan Calman and Katherine Ryan onstage and our editor Mickey Noonan chatted with them about comedy, women, feminism and all sorts of other stuff.
For the past four years, Sarah Millican has taken to Twitter to ask those in need of company on Christmas Day to #joinin. Last year, she explained to us why and how. ICYMI: here it is again. She’ll be waiting for you on 25 December like a SantaGod.