a professional actress by trade, has generated lively feedback
since she took over the evening programme at the beginning
of 2004. Now she has a show of her on every weekday afternoon.
not on the air she can be found fishing or walking her dog
said: "I had been working as an actress in London's West
End and had played Juliet in Romeo and Juliet at the National
came down on holiday to Cadgwith where I have a lot of friends
and I instantly fell in love with the area."
has become a familiar voice on BBC Radio Cornwall where she
has also co-presented weekend breakfast programmes and stood
in for other presenters.
Emma moved to Cornwall, her acting has taken a back seat to
viewers may have spotted her in the second series of the Dawn
French comedy, Wild West.
have been presenting the afternoon show since February,"
says Emma. "It's a great fun show to do. I'm sure I'm
not supposed to have this much fun at work!"
a really broad cross-section who ring in. The great thing
is being able to talk to listeners. It's amazing what you
find out about them!"
E-mail Emma: email@example.com