The Sarah Millican Television Programme. Sarah Millican. Copyright: So Television / Chopsy Productions.

The Sarah Millican Television Programme

BBC Two stand-up. 22 episodes (3 series), 2012 - 2013. Stars Sarah Millican.

The Sarah Millican Television Programme. Sarah Millican. Copyright: So Television / Chopsy Productions.

The Sarah Millican Television Programme

TV series in which Sarah Millican delivers stand-up comedy inspired by what she has seen on television, and interviews her favourite presenters

Genre
Stand-Up
Broadcast
2012 - 2013
Channel
BBC Two
Episodes
22   (3 series)
Star
Sarah Millican
Writer
Sarah Millican
Director
Geraldine Dowd
Producers
Mark Barrett, Paul McGettigan and Tom Miller

Filmed in front of a live audience, this series features stand-up monologues from Sarah Millican, inspired by what she has seen on television. She also chats with the people she loves to watch on screen, with an interview technique that is all her own.

Taking a fun look at the television shows she adores, Sarah introduces her audience to her personal favourite (if somewhat unlikely) genre combinations, for example: Property & Fashion, Food & Survival, Sports & Entertainment, Drama & Weather, Crime & Medical and Dating & Wildlife.

The third series features a new Saturday repeat featuring an extra 10 minutes of material. This is titled The Sarah Millican Slightly Longer Television Programme.

Production Details

Production companies
Soundtrack
Title tune based on Oh, Pretty Woman by Roy Orbison.
Laugh track
Live audience

Broadcast details

First broadcast
Thursday 8th March 2012 on BBC Two at 10pm
Last new broadcast
Sunday 22nd December 2013 on BBC Two at 10pm
Last repeat
Monday 22nd December 2014 at 12:10am on BBC2 Wales

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