Sue Lawley is one of Britain's best known broadcasters and journalists. Her career spans news and current affairs to topical programmes and chat shows.
The current affairs shows Nationwide and Tonight were the first TV programmes Sue presented for the BBC, and these were followed by the BBC's headline Nine and Six O’Clock News, as well as Question Time, Wogan (as a regular stand-in for Terry Wogan) and her own interview shows. She also covered a number of general election shows on BBC TV.
Sue has more recently been known for her work on radio, particularly on BBC Radio 4. She presented Desert Island Discs from 1988 to 2006 and nowadays chairs the BBC's Reith Lectures. In addition, she is a board member of the English Tourism Council and the English National Opera.
Sue is a highly experienced host and facilitator, bringing professionalism and credibility to every event. To book her as an After-dinner Speaker, or for Awards Hosting or Personal Appearances, contact a Prime Performers Booking Agent on 020 7251 8222 to discuss your requirements, or fill out the booking form at our website.
- Co-presenter of The Last Leg and The Jump.
- Probably the best after dinner speaker in the country.
- Michael is a wonderful speaker who appears on This Week with Andrew Neil and presents the Great British Railway Journeys and Great Continental Railway Journeys for BBC2.