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Sue Limb (1946-)


Writer, broadcaster, and educator. St. Ivo School, St. Ives, Cambridge, England, teacher, 1973-76, "A" level examiner, 1976-78; Pentonville Prison, London, England, teacher, 1982; worked as a private tutor. Broadcaster for BBC Radio-4 programs, including Stop the Week, A Word in Edgeways, Bookshelf, The Afternoon Shift, The Radio Programme, Woman's Hour, Cut the Mustard, Quote Unquote, A Good Read, Slightly Foxed, and The Write Stuff. Writer for radio series, including Growing Pains (documentary), BBC Radio 4; Hilaire Belloc (documentary), BBC Radio 4; Cities (documentary), BBC Radio 4; The Wordsmiths at Gorsemere, BBC; Up the Garden Path, BBC Radio 4; The Sit-Crom, BBC Radio 4; Four Joneses and a Jenkins, BBC Radio 4; and Alison and Maud, BBC Radio 4, 2002-03.

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