How to be Champion: The No.1 Sunday Times Bestselling Autobiography
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Founded an online magazine for women known as Standard Issue, in September 2014, followed up by a spinoff podcast in February 2016.
How to be Champion: My Autobiography: Millican, Sarah
Gilbert, Gerard (2 March 2012). "Funny girl: Sarah Millican on comedy, money and marriage". The Independent. London. Archived from the original on 7 March 2014. Alongside this are some very funny takes on less world-changing aspects of everyday life. As an example, having found a tin of marrowfat peas in her cupoard: "I'm quite new to peas. They were one of the things I definitely didn’t like as a child without ever having tried them. Turns out they're really nice, though. I only dabble in garden peas. I've heard they are a gateway pea." And the book ends with a wonderful extended riff on baking a cake, with a real recipe in there, too.R4 Sarah Millican's Support Group". BBC Press Office. 18 February 2010. Archived from the original on 24 February 2010 . Retrieved 18 February 2010. After her husband left her unexpectedly in 2004,  Millican found solace in attending writing workshops in local theatres, such as at Newcastle's Live Theatre and the Customs House in South Shields. Jokes about her failed marriage initially formed the majority of Millican's comedy material. 
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Sarah Millican's Support Group". British Comedy Guide. Archived from the original on 13 October 2012 . Retrieved 14 June 2011. Still in 2011, she became a panelist on the programme Marriage Ref on ITV and also joined the panel on the daytime chat show Loose Women. She however left the series in August. Soon after, she became a guest on several other panels and chat shows. In the same year, a live DVD of her Chatterbox tour was released in November by Channel 4.Nominations Announced For The 12th Annual Barry Awards". Australian Stage . Retrieved 10 February 2023. You can't get more honest than this, Sarah lets it all hang out (and yes, of course I mean literally) and covers some prominent episodes in her life that may be familiar (that disgusting scene at the BAFTAs when her outfit caused internet furore).