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Sarah Millican's Support Group

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Matt Callanan | 17:45 UK time, Thursday, 18 February 2010

The lovely and delightful Sarah Millican has a brand new radio series starting this evening on Radio 4 at 11pm called Sarah Millican's Support Group.

Here's a few words from the lady herself:

"Hello I'm Sarah Millican. My new series for the wireless, Sarah Millican's Support Group, is starting on Radio 4 and we're inviting you to join us. We all have problems. Sometimes you just need cream from the chemist. Sometimes you need advice. For the latter come to us. For the former, you're on your own.

There's no membership fee and all are welcome. Particularly those in Pyjamas. Like me."

And to get you warmed up for tonight's show, here is Sarah dealing with some of her fans' problems:

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Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    Your own show on R4? Your own website, blogs and Wikipage?

    That's so middle class!!

    So... here's the fawning fan bit. First time caller - you're funny as hell and we love you.

    Simon

  • Comment number 2.

    Sarah,

    I have a complaint, at the time I listen to your show, my cat, "baby" is usually asleep on my chest.

    Unfortunately, due to the giggling and chest heaving going on listening to you, the cat gets real ticked off and gets off, so I get cold.

    I also wet myself with the final comment on turning on the bloody light for yourself.

    This left a puddle on the floor, so my wife, as well as the cat is now upset with me and I will have to sleep in the spare room.

    Hence this complaint...........!




    brendan (atlanta, GA, USA)

  • Comment number 3.

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