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Bagnall, Juliet

Juliet Bagnall


Juliet Bagnall lives in Surrey and is a retired news journalist, having worked for the BBC, Sky News and CNN. Prior to that she worked in publicity for a leading marine electronics group.

Juliet is member of her local amateur dramatic group, where she has undertaken a variety of roles, from a murdering old lady in ‘Arsenic & Old Lace’, to Cora in ‘Calendar Girls’, and Emma Hornett in ‘Sailor Beware’. She began her am dram career nearly 20 years ago as a knitting sheep in ‘Under Milk Wood’.

An avid fan of vintage radio drama, she wrote ‘The Diamond Necklace’ for the group after having been pressed into directing and presented it under a nom de plume - to avoid embarrassment should it be rejected by the committee. Fortunately, it was accepted, and the play was performed by the group to great acclaim. A radio play performed on stage with many of the sound effects produced live in front of the audience, it was a break from the norm and enjoyed by cast and crew alike, as well as the audiences.

As a retired BBC employee, Juliet is a member of the BBC staff Radio Theatre Group, where members can write, direct, perform and record radio dramas. Her other interests include tennis, bridge, photography and watercolour painting. She has a degree in Philosophy & Linguistics, a daughter and an extended stepfamily.

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