Stories from in and around the Western region.
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Inside Out West - Tessa Dunlop - Netflix
Tessa Dunlop (born 1974/75) is a television presenter, radio broadcaster and historian. She has presented history programmes for the BBC, Discovery Channel Europe, Channel 4, UKTV History and the History Channel (US). She lives in south London. Dunlop attended Strathallan School and read history at St Hilda's College, Oxford University, where she won the 1995 Gertrude Easton Prize for History. After graduating, she worked for London radio station LBC and went on to present radio shows for both LBC and BBC London 94.9. Dunlop was named 'Regional Television Personality' in the Royal Television Society's West of England Awards 2005 for her work on regional magazine show Inside Out West. In 2007 Dunlop filmed Paranormal Egypt, an eight-part series with Derek Acorah on location in Egypt. Her articles have appeared in a number of British newspaper publications including The Guardian, The Independent, The Mail on Sunday and Scottish broadsheet The Herald. Dunlop's first book, To Romania with Love, a memoir set in post-revolution Romania about how she met her future husband, was published by Quartet Books in May 2012.
Inside Out West - Publications - Netflix
Tessa Dunlop (2018). The Century Girls: The Final Word from the Women Who’ve Lived the Past Hundred Years of British History. London: Simon & Schuster. ISBN 1471161323. Tessa Dunlop (2015). The Bletchley Girls: War, secrecy, love and loss: the women of Bletchley Park tell their story. London: Hodder & Stoughton. ISBN 1444795716. Tessa Dunlop (2012). To Romania With Love. London: Quartet Books. ISBN 0704372576.
Inside Out West - References - Netflix