Radio 2 interview

Sarah is going to be interviewed on BBC radio 2 with Radcliffe and Maconie tonight at approximately 9pm. This will be your first chance to hear from her live from the Indian Ocean. She has requested Queen – don’t stop me know, very fitting for the girl that will let nothing stand in her way. As Ricardo has said she has been feeling a bit sick the last couple of days so hopefully she will be well enough for the interview. Everyone show your support and tune in.

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28 Responses to Radio 2 interview

  1. Adrian Moss says:

    Brilliant news willl listen in. Have suggested to Rod Sharp on Radio Five Live that he does an interview at some stage as well.

    keep up the good work


  2. Joe says:

    Is that 9pm GMT or what time zone?

  3. BPC and Albie says:

    Have set my alarm for 9 o’clock so i make sure i will be listening and dont forget! do hope you will be feeling well soon and have adjusted more to life at sea. Just heard an unrelated report from Rutland on radio so it made me think of my favourite ocean rower!! Calm sea wishes, xxx

  4. Sophie B says:

    Just wanted to say I’m thinking of you, Sarah, and wishing you all the best.
    Will be tuning in tonight!
    Take care


  5. Sam Coghlan says:

    Hello Sarah, yes will definitely listen to Radio2.

  6. Laura says:

    Brilliant interview, glad to hear you sounding so chipper! Dave wants to know if you were dancing on your boat in the middle of the Indian Ocean??

    Lots of love


  7. Susie Hewson says:

    great to hear you so upbeat and positive Sarah – just swanned in from the kitchen dancing to the Queen track – phew burnt a few calories!uncanning listening to you knowing where you are – you are building up a cool fan club and sounds like a regular – sort of irregular seeing what you are doing – radio spot on radio 2 “Don’t stop me – don’t stop me”

  8. Anita says:

    Hi Sarah – fantastic interview. You sound so cool and on top of things! We all listened in. Had a chat with your Mum today, which was really nice. Sending you lots of love, Anita, Lars, Will, Jonny and Asali xxxxxx

  9. delcatto says:

    Hello Sarah,
    I don’t know you from Adam (or Eve) but I heard the interview with Radcliffe & Maconie. I wish you luck and I’ll follow your progress..& I’ll pop some money into the charity after payday.
    Good luck.

  10. christina watts says:

    Brilliant to hear you Sara on the radio just now ….. my son and his rowing partner are soon to follow you into the Indian Ocean in a few weeks time.

    Look forward to hearing how its going next Tuesday ~ Take care xtina

  11. Charlie says:

    Just heard you on BBC Radio 2 Sarah. You sounded great. I check your blog daily, thinking of you daily. Best wishes, Charlie

  12. Christine & Kathleen says:

    Great to hear you after what you have been through, so many followers now, You are so special. Hope you are feeling better and that the wind will be in the right direction for you.

    We are all so proud of you, not just your family. I can just picture your Dad up there watching and guiding you.

    Much love for now and safe rowing.

    Christine & Kathleen

  13. Alan Thomas says:

    Thank You, for telling.

    it will be on listen again, on the Radio 2 website

    by the way “Dont Stop Me Now” is the name of my BLOG


  14. Geoff says:

    Hi Sarah, watching your progress keenly. That current can be a bugger but it is only a little deviation in the big picture. Love to Wilson.


  15. Libby says:

    After listening to you, Sarah and watching a programme on the oceans and its whales, I nearly feel that I am out there with you. I hope the stars are guiding you on your way, as they are shining brightly here tonight.

    We will report on your progress to the children, who heard about the quokkas from your postcard.
    Keep in fine fettle.
    Libby and Philip

  16. Sir Walter says:

    Dear Sarah, it came up at committee here at the Royal Mega Club and Sailing, that you were undertaking an expedition of some note. Jolly good stuff that – lot of chaps have gone a bit soft in these modern times. (too much TV and quick food I think, bad for the constitution) Anyhow, thought you’d like to know committee have opened a spot at the end of the Club jetty and set up a membership for when you return.(Don’t know how Upton-Smyth is going to take it – he’ll have to move his tender to the works dock. But don’t you worry about that.)

    Jolly good then,

    Sir Walter Bard-Arse III
    Magazine Editor
    Royal Mega Club and Sailing
    The ‘Fort’ Cowes, England.

  17. Anna says:

    Hi Sarah,

    I heard you on the radio just now and wanted to come and wish you well. I shall follow your progress and make a donation tomorrow. All the best x

  18. Your big Brother says:

    Sarah, Your doing fantastic. Sadly my computer wont let me listen to your inteview. Perks of being in America I guess. Keep it up girl, also I love yor choice of song. Dad would have been tapping his feet to it, im sure

    Keep it up girl

    You big brother xxxxxx

  19. Juliet says:

    Hi Sarah!
    I was just driving home from taking the Collision Regs part of my Yachtmasters exam when i turned on R2 and heard you speaking. How uncanny is that! It made me feel all emotional; bringing back memories of meeting you at the Personal Everest events, and how you were a part of inspiring me to take up sailing more seriously. I’m loving it with all my heart…..keep the passion going!:)


  20. Juliet says:

    p.s. i was singing that song all day sunday when i sailed in The Exmoor Beastie (a 3hr pursuit race at Wimbleball Lake)! thats funny too! 🙂

  21. Jaymac says:

    Well done Sarah, you are doing really well and we loved meeting you at RPYC last week.
    The fundemental in swimming out of a rip, or rowing out of a current is to row across it, not be tempted into trying to row against it.
    Don’t worry about the southing, keep rowing west only, you have 100 days to make up the North again.
    Just remember the big plus of our lovely current … it is beautifully warm..maybe 23Deg C ..enjoy!
    Best wishes from us all.

  22. Val Hempel says:

    Dear Sarah, you are an inspiration for us all, male or female. You must not only be extremely physically fit, but mentally fit as well to undergo this adventure. Good luck to you and am following your tracker and blog daily. Sincerly Val Hempel, NSW, Australia.

  23. Janet says:

    Hi Sarah

    Plenty of encouragement about here. If escaping out West is escaping you may just be a possible to head East to get out of current and tackle it at a more Northerly point where its narrower.Remember,you know best whats best for you

  24. Sandy B says:

    Hi Sarah,

    Great interview, you sound really positive. With the help of the wonderfull Mr Faux hope to get your interview wizzing round on the interactive boards in school. God Speede

    Sandy B

  25. Murphy says:

    keep going Sarah remember NEVER give up. You inspire me so muchhhhhhhhhhh

  26. \'Australia\' Kate says:

    I have just found Sarah’s interview on the BBC iPlayer website.
    Sarah starts at about 1:14.


  27. Ellie and Inaky says:

    My 6 year old son and I are following your progress and are full of awe. Good luck, stay calm and be strong – what an incredible challenge! You’re amazing x

  28. rob bowditctch says:

    Hi Sara Keep going kiddo you doing brill I could not row my bath without company you are one brave young lady take care following you all the way take care Rob Stoke -on- Trent UK

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