Sue MacGregor has over the years become one of the most familiar voices of BBC radio. She was born in Oxford and brought up in South Africa, where she gained her first broadcasting experience.
She joined the BBC first as a producer, then a reporter on The World at One, and for fifteen years presented Woman’s Hour on Radio Four. For many years she fronted Today, BBC radio’s flagship early morning news and current Affairs programme, until she left in 2002. She continues to work for Radio Four, presenting among other programmes A Good Read and The Reunion.
Sue has served as a Trustee of UNICEF UK since 2004 and she is also on the board of the John Ellerman Foundation and the Young Concert Artists’ Trust. She has received many broadcasting awards, and the CBE for services to broadcasting.