Sadie started in television presenting children’s series Beezwacks for TVB and a weekly comedy slot on Metro Radio. She presented ITV children’s series Eat Your Words and presented on Nickelodeon in London and Disney Channel in Paris. She co-presented Pump TV and reported for MTV.

She devised, wrote, directed & hosted interactive comedy series Dinner Party for ETV. The show, which was streamed live on, received commendations at the UK Broadcast Awards and Rose d’Or Television Festival. She was profiled on Channel 4‘s The New Entrepreneurs.

In 2007 she presented How Not To Break Into on E4. In 2008 she embarked on a spoof quest to hug the UK’s “hoodies”, which was featured on Sky News. She produced & presented a series of short films for Channel 4 about the 2009 Centre for Social Justice Awards.

She produced & presented a documentary film Wild Horses, shown at the 2009 Cannes Film Festivaland broadcast on France 3. In 2011 she produced & presented a spin off documentary Tucker’s Luck, shown on Sky. 

In 2010 she sailed from the UK to Venezuela with three young offenders from The Prince’s Trust. The voyage was documented in film Sailing Miss Sadie and broadcast on Sky & Discovery. She produced and presented a sequel film Ship of Fools, taking part in the Tall Ships Race

Since 2014, Sadie has presented regular comedy segments as Miss Adventure on Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK), including Miss Adventure Friend to the Stars and Miss Adventure Versus. She’s producing & presenting (as Miss Adventure) comedy series Fake News.

In 2015 she produced & presented documentary The Bipolar Express for RTHK, Highly Commendedby the Association for International Broadcasting at the 2015 AIBs in the Creative Feature category. In 2016 the doc received a special RTHK Award. Her most recent documentary for RTHK is about OCD, called As Bad As It Gets and broadcasts later this year.