Welcome to the website of me, the Rose D'Or award-winning writer, occasional performer & producer. This is your 100% best place to gather data on me and my work.


The TV


The Mash Report

Frankie Boyle's New World Order

The Last Leg



Complaints Welcome

Bake Off: Extra Slice

Bake Off: The Professionals

Mock The Week

Celebrity Juice

Jon Richardson: Ultimate Worrier


Russell Howard's Good News

Have I Got News For You

I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Now

Rude Tube


Bad Bridesmaid




The Radio


Dead Ringers

News Quiz

Spotlight Tonight with Nish Kumar

Rich Hall's US Election Breakdown

Alexei Sayle's Imaginary Sandwich Bar


Domestic Science

The Now Show


It's Jocelyn

Mae Martin's Guide to 21st Century Sexuality


I also did the BBC Comedy writing bursary from 2015-16



The Online


Quibi: Hello America

Comedy Central: What I Wish I'd Said

Comedy Central: Comedians Solve World Problems

German Christmas Markets Sketch

In 2015 an episode of Newsjack that I script-edited with Grainne Maguire won the Rose D'Or Award for Best Radio Comedy.  See how it sparkles:

Writin & performin:

I regularly present The Comedy Club on BBC Radio 4 Extra


I was a regular correspondent on Quibi's Hello America and Radio 4's Spotlight Tonight With Nish Kumar.  Here's me reporting on North Korea from a sex dungeon:


I wrote and appeared in ITV2's Bad Bridesmaid


Here's some stuff I've written and been in for The Poke and BBC Comedy


I wrote and performed in a series of BBC3 comedy idents called 15 Seconds of Funny


I scripted and appeared in short film The Bride & The Bride which was selected for the BFI’s 25th London Lesbian And Gay Film Festival. I got to introduce the film at the NFT and everything.


I've written and performed two full length stand-up shows, Sarah Campbell: Isn't It Fun??????? (trailer here) in 2013, and 2014's Don't Worry Guys It's Sarah Campbell. It got one nice mention in The Guardian.


In 2013 I was featured on BBC Radio 4's Fresh From The Fringe.

“Hugely talented…If you haven’t heard the name Sarah Campbell yet, then log it into the old memory banks, you’ll be hearing from her again”

Time Out

"Brilliantly funny"

The Guardian

“You can’t help but feel genuinely privileged to be in the room with Sarah Campbell…her sharp, conversational style has abundant freshness and charm.”

The Skinny