I’m a radio and TV presenter and I’ve had the same fringe since I was 6. I also do voice over work, a bit of writing and host events.
I have a weekly podcast which I do with my brilliant friend Jules, imaginatively called Jules and Sarah The Podcast. We are two Northerners living in London and every week we get together and have a bit of tea and a chat. We talk about cheese, our mothers and everything else.
My blog is The Museum of Sarah, is a showcase of gorgeous things, clothing, homewares and miscellaneous items that have caught my eye, curated for you to delve into. Always colourful and occasionally garnish, these bits and bobs are accompanied by stories of how they came into my possession or why I wish they would.
For two years I appeared on This Morning on ITV talking about entertainment matters and impersonated the Queen singing Could it Be Magic to a corgie.
I have written columns for heat magazine and online for Standard Issue and I also have my Huffington post blog as well as my personal blog right here on this very site.
It’s everso nice of you to come round so have a good look and I’ll put the kettle on…
I have been putting together a shiny new blog I am delighted to say it is now in your life. It’s called The Museum of Sarah and is a showcase of gorgeous things, clothing, homewares and miscellaneous items that have caught my eye.
Craig is one of the loveliest people I have ever had on the show. We talked about surprising fans at their wedding, singing 7 Days, being nervous of The X Factor steps, wearing white and just WHAT his flava is…
Emma Gannon is a peach of a lady. She has written a book called Ctrl Alt Delete and has a wonderful podcast and I was thrilled that she wanted me to guest on it. We spoke about selfies, radio, Daniel Craig and cheese.
Jules and Sarah The Podcast is available in your life every single Friday. This week Jules is detoxing. He’s going delirious with it all so this week there’s hysteria as well as cheese chat (cheese is fine on the detox.)