Sue Radford: Sky NewsSue Radford is an experienced presenter and broadcast journalist, having spent nearly 20 years in the media.  She was a news reporter and presenter at ITV before anchoring Sky News overnight for two years.

She presented a half-hour documentary on the radical founder of the Salvation Army to mark the centenary of his death, William Booth: A Passion for the Poor.  She fronted From Death to Life for World Vision, reporting from Ethiopia twenty years after the country suffered its worst famine.

Sue has presented numerous videos in the corporate and not-for-profit sectors.  She has recorded hundreds of voiceovers for TV, radio, corporate clients, training videos, promotions and commercials. Sue has a clear, warm, authoritative voice.

Clients include World Vision, British Nuclear Fuels Limited, BBC, London Business Television, Grampian TV, UK Gold, The Salvation Army, Twofour Productions Ltd, Tandem TV and Film Ltd,, edoMidas.


"Sue is an excellent presenter who embraced exactly the right tone and emotion we required for an extremely sensitive subject on Ethiopia.  Sue's ability to quickly gain the trust of contributors and get to the core of each interview made a potentially challenging shoot run very smoothly and also highly enjoyable." (Julia Runagall, Director, TwoFour)

"Thoroughly reliable, always prepared, able both to offer ideas and to take direction, Sue is a dream to work with. And great fun too!"  (John Anscombe, Director, The Salvation Army Video Production Unit)

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