Jane Wenham-Jones

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Jane Wenham-Jones
Jane Wenham-Jones in 2012
Died22 August 2021 (aged 59)[1]
Occupation(s)Author, journalist and presenter
Years active1990–2021

Jane Wenham-Jones (1961/1962 – 22 August 2021) was a British author, journalist, presenter, interviewer, creative writing tutor, and speaker. She was a regular contributor to Writing Magazine, Woman's Weekly and the Isle of Thanet News. She also published short stories for Bella, My Weekly, The People's Friend and Take a Break.

She was a member of Equity and presented for both BBC Radio Kent and the BBC's Politics Show.[2]

Wenham-Jones died on 22 August 2021, aged 59.[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 "Author Jane Wenham-Jones dies, aged 59 - The Bookseller". www.thebookseller.com.
  2. Trudi Davies (2007-07-11). "Programmes | Politics Show | The End of the Pier Show?". BBC News. Retrieved 2016-12-03.

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