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This week, Rume Otuguor chooses five of the best podcasts with multitasking hosts, from talking body positivity in the nail salon to home cooking with celebrity guests LIVESTREAM EVENT | An Evening With Yuval Noah Harari". How To Academy . Retrieved 13 November 2020. If I was in a film I’d be better looking,” she muses. “And that’s why men in films like women in films even when they’re terrible people.” Sophie thinks a lot about being in a film. Like her Gaarder namesake, she thinks a lot about being observed generally. “I used to think my mum could see me through the cat,” she says. What she doesn’t say, not then anyway, is that she still sort of thinks that might be true. “That’s why I keep so many supporting documents,” Sophie says. “For my future biographer.” The philosophical loop-the-loop comes straight from Sophie’s World, only older, darker and with considerably more booze
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Pascoe was born to Gail ( née Newmarch) and Derek Pascoe, a musician. Her great-grandmother was Rosa Newmarch, a poet and writer on music. Broster, Alice (20 October 2020). "Fans Of The Duchess Will Definitely Recognise Sara Pascoe's Husband". Bustle . Retrieved 1 February 2021. Sara Pascoe’s debut novel draws you in slowly and then all at once. The first line is fairly standard. The second, a little less so. Still, if you skimmed the first chapter, it would be easy to think you knew what you were getting: your basic, by-the-numbers quirky-girl-meets-boy romcom. This is because that is exactly what our narrator wants us to think. She’s trying very hard to be basic! And she would love this to be a romcom. “I hope since our chat he thinks I’m normal,” she confides cheerily. “I told him I was several times.” In 2012, she appeared in episode 11 of the Comedian's Comedian Podcast hosted by Stuart Goldsmith,  and in Live at the Apollo.  She appeared on the BBC TV panel show QI in 2013.  Pascoe in 2014
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Hall, Julian (10 August 2010). "Sara Pascoe vs Her Ego, Pleasance Courtyard". The Independent . Retrieved 16 December 2011. Logan, Brian (7 August 2013). "Sara Pascoe: And now for Nietzsche ..." The Guardian . Retrieved 14 September 2013.Sara Patricia Pascoe (born 22 May 1981)  is an English actress, comedian, presenter and writer. She has appeared on television programmes including 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown for Channel 4, QI for BBC and Taskmaster for the digital channel Dave. Guide, British Comedy (18 April 2016). "Funny Women Awards". British Comedy Guide . Retrieved 7 August 2022.
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There’s a touch of Mark Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time here; plus, perhaps, a very funny, candid smattering of Louise Rennison’s beloved teen diarist Georgia Nicolson. Pascoe has written about her adolescent love of Jostein Gaarder’s Sophie’s World, and it’s not hard to draw the line between his naive, careful philosopher Sophie and hers. If you combined those three teenagers, and aged them up 15 years, you might find something of her narrator’s pure, strange tone.BBC Two Will Release Series 2 of Last Woman on Earth with Sara Pascoe on April 9, 2023". cnbc.com . Retrieved 24 April 2023.