Pam was born and raised in rural Somerset, and after watching the Coronation of the new Queen in 1953 decided upon a career in broadcasting, despite teasing from her family.

She joined the BBC in Birmingham in  1969 as a Special Effects engineer on The Archers and she went on to become a Senior Sound Supervisor with BBC Wales in 1980. She was Sound Director on many of BBC Wales' major productions before leaving the BBC in 1990 to establish an independent production company, Raw Charm.

Until her retirement, she produced documentary and factual programmes for  BBC Wales, HTV, Meridian, BBC Network, Channel Four, Five and Radio Wales. She also wrote for Saga Magazine and other monthly publications, and continues to do so.

She retired to Pembrokeshire in  2006 and because she is easily bored, began contributing to the local community, arranging concerts in the local church and assisting with the running of the annual village festival.

Pam is very interested in the early days of motoring and loves driving her 1934 Austin 7, which she christened  Miss Daisy, to the four corners of Europe. Continuing her passon for writing, her first book, Miss Daisy's Diaries was published in July 2012. She is currently working on a sequel.

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