About the Event
The presenter of BBC Radio 2’s Drivetime show shares her funny and heartwarming coming of age memoir of growing up in 1980s Lancashire, Until the Cows Come Home: A Lancashire Childhood. The often moving tale of life spent between her father’s cattle farm and the pub she lived above with her mother may not be what you’d expect from the original ladette and one of radio’s most-loved personalities. She talks to journalist Sophie Heawood.
About the Author
Sara Cox is known and loved to millions of Radio 2 listeners, variously hosting Sounds Of The 80s, regularly standing in for The Chris Evans Breakfast Show, and steering the helm of her own nightly Radio 2 show. She cut her teeth on Radio 1 and presented The Breakfast Show for 4 years, reaching 8 million listeners. Sara’s TV career began with the notorious The Girlie Show, and she went on to present numerous shows for the BBC, ITV and Channel 4. Her most recent TV work includes The Great Pottery Throwdown (BBC2), Back In Time For Tea (BBC2), and BBC2’s dating series Love In The Countryside. She is a regular co-presenter of Radio 4’s Loose Ends, and has written columns for the Mirror and Guardian. From January 2019 Sara became the Radio 2 Drivetime presenter.