Till the Cows Come Home

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Product Details
Price
$17.99  $16.73
Publisher
Coronet Books (GB)
Publish Date
Pages
320
Dimensions
5.0 X 7.7 X 0.8 inches | 0.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781473672703

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About the Author

Sara Cox is known and loved by millions of BBC Radio 2 listeners, where she presents her teatime show every weekday from 4-7 p.m. She developed a passion for broadcasting at BBC Radio 1 and presented the Breakfast Show for four years, reaching eight million listeners.

Sara hosts the popular weekly TV book programme Between the Covers on BBC Two and is a regular co-host on BBC One's Morning Live. Other BBC TV work includes Back in Time for . . ., The Great Pottery Throwdown, the dating series Love in the Countryside, and Britain's Top Takeaways.

Sara's TV career began with The Girlie Show, and she's gone on to present numerous shows for the BBC, ITV and Channel 4. She is a regular co-presenter of BBC Radio 4's Loose Ends and has written columns for the Mirror and the Guardian.

Her memoir Till the Cows Come Home (2018) was a Sunday Times bestseller, as was her hugely successful debut novel Thrown (2022).

Sara lives with her family in north London. She stays in tune with her farming background by having too many pets and riding her horse, Nelly.
Reviews
An endearing, engaging and very funny coming-of-age memoir.--Mirror
I loved it!--Lynda La Plante
Coxy's memoir about growing up on a farm is as funny as you'd expect, genuinely touching and has some excellent 80s and 90s details. Her love of animals is infectious and her story goes beyond just her pony Gus, with tales of cows, rats and even a maggot farm.--Alexandra Heminsley, Grazia
Cox is a natural storyteller... she brings that authentic voice to bear in her memoir. The tone is so intimate, chatty and friendly, so you feel as though she could be sitting next to you, in a café or a pub, as she regales you with stories of her youth.--Daily Express