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This has stood me in very good stead, because people identify with these subjects and recognise that they're true and not some great artificial yarn. In this case it is one called 'Insomnia', about a woman moaning that she cannot sleep at night, but who takes naps all through the day, and cannot see that there might be a link.
I am also a huge fan of women's history and do what I can to encourage more people to pay attention to some of the unsung heroines. I am a passionate advocate of further education and not just for the young. Sandi was at boarding school with me (in the same dorm) and was exactly the same then - always had us in hysterics with her stories just want to say hello and congratulations on everything and look forward to reading her latest book. Hello there and well done for growing up as well considering our rather restricted back ground. Can you please remind me of the title and author of your of favourite book. Gosh I don't know if I said I had a favourite but I always recommend Rosalind Miles' book on the history of women - Who Cooked the Last Supper which I just mentioned to someone else. I would love to know how much of the banter on my favourite radio programme (The News Quiz) is rehearsed. The rest is just the tosh that occurs on the night. In order to be a comedian you need to be quite assertive. While I was at Cambridge I was too busy working and having fun to notice that those around me were so hilarious. (Hope I've got that the right way round...) Sounds like you might have turned a novel into a standup show?? I did a forty date tour round the country talking about why I like to write and what inspires me.
The ages of the students at the University currently ranges from 17 - 77. I think I have been writing for Good Housekeeping for about twenty years now. I love writing the column and try to make it a combination of silly nonsense with a dab of sense. I can't say that I was all that keen on boarding school as I missed my family so much but I do remember that we laughed a lot. We recorded this weeks show last night and it is being edited as I type. It's not at all uncommon for female comedians to be lesbians. Playing comedy clubs involves late nights and drunken people. I have a production company with Stephen Fry who I met at University so I guess you could say we are still in touch. The novel is about a woman who disguises herself as a man and goes off to serve in the second Anglo-Boer War in 1899.
Years ago they made two pilots for HIGNFY and I was told 'we really liked you Sandi but we couldn't have a woman in charge of the news'. Do you ever loose it and have a good rant or do you always see the funny side? On my mother's side I come from a family who managed to laugh their way through the second world war while living for many years in a shelter dug by my grandfather. I often think people who are grumpy must be exhausted by it.
I hope things have changed but I suspect you will carry on seeing many shows with hardly any women at all. Bad things happen to us all and we have to deal with them but the Greeks knew that the comedy and tragedy masks like side by side.
Her poems have been printed in school textbooks in several countries.