Sounds: 2000s

2009: Christmas From the Royal Albert Hall

First broadcast:  on BBC Radio GuernseyLatest broadcast: 

Jenny is among the hosts for an evening of carols and readings with the Salvation Army.

2009: 5 Live Drive

First broadcast:  on BBC Radio 5 Live.

Jenny speaks about the death of her friend Edward Woodward. 

2009: Words and Music

First broadcast:  on BBC Radio 3

Ideas of WildernessJenny and Anton Lesser explore the theme of wilderness.

2009: Radio 4 Appeal

First broadcast:  on BBC Radio 4 FM

Jenny appeals on behalf of St Giles Trust. 

2009: A Good Read

First broadcast:  on BBC Radio 4 FM

]enny, Kate Mosse and Adam Hart-Davis discuss favourite books

2009: Northanger Abbey

First broadcast:  on BBC 7

Dominic Power’s adaptation of Jane Austen’s posthumously published novel, with Jenny

2006: Silas Marner

First broadcast:  on BBC 7

Dramatisation of the novel by George Eliot, with Jenny.

2005: Radio 4 Appeal

First broadcast:  on BBC Radio 4 FM

Jenny appeals on behalf of the RNLI.

2005: Classic Serial

First broadcast:  on BBC Radio 4 FM

Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen. Jenny plays Mrs Thorpe in this three part dramatisation.

2005: Afternoon Play

First broadcast:  on BBC Radio 4 FM

My Love Must Wait by Nick Warburton. Jenny and Stuart Cox bring history alive in a play based on the letters of maritime explorer Matthew Flinders

2004: Private Passions

First broadcast:  on BBC Radio 3

Michael Berkeley ‘s guest is Jenny, who speaks of her musical passions.

2003: Drama on 3

First broadcast:  on BBC Radio 3

Embers by Sandor Marai, adapted to a drama by Lou Stein nd starring Jenny as Krisztina.

2003: Summer Selection

First broadcast:  on BBC Radio 3

This week’s guest presenter is Jenny. Her musical choices include 1970s folk from the Chieftains and from Jethro Tull , a Vivaldi mandolin concerto, piano music by John Adams and cello music by Robert Schumann.

2002: Flames

First broadcast:  on BBC Radio 4 FM

Monday Lunch in Fairyland by Angela Huth.
Jenny plays Anna, a model wife and mother, who becomes a slave to passion.

2000: Blue Peter Millennium Concert

First broadcast:  on BBC Radio 3

The White Cat: Jenny reads E Nesbit’s magical tale for the new year.