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Annie Caulfield is the author of several award-winning plays for BBC Radio 4, BBC World Service and BBC Radio 3. One of the originating writers on the World Service soap opera Westway, and she also worked for many years as a scriptwriter for comedian Lenny Henry. Annie has also written comedy series for radio including The Truck. Annie's work has also featured on From Our Correspondent, Four Corners and Crossing Continents, and she has appeared as a panellist on Quote Unquote and The Treatment as well as being a regular chat show host on LBC. Recently, she has moved into documentary writing and producing for Loftus productions. Annie is the author of travel writing, published by The Crowood Press and in 2006 a memoir of Northern Ireland, Irish Blood, English Heart,Ulster Fry. As a stage and radio dramatist Annie Caulfield has won several awards, including a Race in The Media prize from the Commission for Racial Equality for the radio play After You¹ve Gone

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http://www.thestage.co.uk/features/feature.php/25750/i-back-the-baroness-annie-caulfield-on-the

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