Dawn French takes a humorous look into the art of sulkiness in this complete BBC Radio 4 series. Professor Joy Klamp (Dawn French) welcomes you to the joy of sulks as she guides us on a humorous journey into the heart of sulkiness. Along with her Sourpussy Posse - Christopher Douglas, Sally Grace, Lucy Montgomery and Dan Tetsell - Joy will show you the best sulking techniques in the workplace; at parties; on holiday; and with food and drink. In other words, she reveals the best way to sulk and moan - often by the seat of your pants - to get exactly what you want, when you want it. Including all six episodes of the BBC Radio 4 series, 'Mastering the Universe' is written by Christopher Douglas (co-writer and star of 'Ed Reardon’s Week') and Nick Newman (co-writer: 'My Dad’s the Prime Minister'). ‘Prepare to get in touch with your "inner spoilsport" as Professor Joy Klamp, alias the brilliant Dawn French, introduces role play and sketches on how to master the universe through extreme sullenness’ - Observer
Me. You. A Diary is not only full of Dawn French's hilarious thoughts on life - it's also packed with fun, creative activities to help you reflect on what makes you happy. Why not give one a go right now?
As a teenager Dawn French worked as a 'pants' Mary Poppins in New York. Here she reveals how that inspired her novel According to Yes