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The Sarah Millican Television Programme
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Series 3 - Episode 5
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It’s no longer surprising that what comes out of Sarah Millican’s mouth can be more than a bit cheeky, but it’s unsettling to hear her abandoning the Shields vowels for a low, posh accent. It’s all in an evening’s work, of course, and in honour of guest Gabriella Ellis, ex of Made in Chelsea. Gabs is both posh and game, but with quickfire slots it’s the guests who know their stuff who answer back best.
As part of Sarah’s forensic investigation of money-saving telly tips, Martin Lewis is asked whether any of the shampoo in his house is not nicked from a hotel, while Dan Cruickshank must defend the entire scope and nature of his subject, including oral history.
The comedienne talks to historian Dan Cruickshank about history shows, money-saving expert Martin Lewis about finance-themed programmes and Made in Chelsea star Gabriella Ellis about the reality genre. The host also performs stand-up monologues inspired by things she has seen on TV.
Full Episode Guide
Sarah Millican: I am going to wear THAT dress to the Baftas again
"If I am nominated again I will be wearing exactly the same dress. Because the public, general, fans, nice people, realise how unimportant it is"
Sarah Millican: My husband says Game of Thrones is like Dynasty with dragons... it's not
Sarah Millican: Who says telly is bad for kids?
From naps to knickers: behind the scenes of The Sarah Millican Television Programme
Sarah Millican: Stand-up on telly is one thing, but seeing it live is something else
Michael Mosley: I drank four pints of laxative before dinner with the director general of the BBC
Kirstie Allsopp: Kissing Phil Spencer would be like snogging my brother
Sarah Millican's Secret Santa
Sarah Millican's Television Programme recommissioned for third series
BBC orders second series of Sarah Millican's Television Programme
Sarah Millican on how she conquered the world of comedy
Sarah Millican on Gok Wan, Top Model and walking out of films