Nancy Banks Smith —

Nancy Banks-Smith is a British television and radio critic. Originally a writer for The Sun in the 1960s, she left the newspaper in 1969 when it was bought by Rupert Murdoch who turned it into a sensationalist tabloid. She also worked briefly for the Daily Express in the 1960s. Banks-Smith began writing for The Guardian in 1970, with her television column becoming a leading feature of the newspaper. She has remained with The Guardian for over 40 years, and currently writes a monthly column for the paper entitled "A month in Ambridge", reviewing recent developments in the radio soap opera The Archers... (wikipedia)

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