Louise Fryer

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Louise Fryer is a British broadcaster on BBC Radio 3.

After attending Clare College, Cambridge, where she read anthropology, Fryer briefly worked as an actress. She is a regular presenter of Afternoon on 3 and announcer on concert broadcasts. She has also worked for the World Service as a presenter.[1]

Fryer is also an audio describer (for the National Theatre since 1993[2] and various museums) as well as being a reader of books for the Royal National Institute of Blind People.[3] She has worked as an instructor of people working in the field[4] and researched problems associated with the occupation at Goldsmith's College, University of London.[5]

One of her two brothers is the music producer Andrew Fryer.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Radio 3 Presenter: Louise Fryer", BBC Radio website
  2. ^ "Louise Fryer", Languages & The Media 2010
  3. ^ "Louise Fryer", Vocal Eyes website
  4. ^ "In Touch with Art", Disability Arts Online, 3 October 2010
  5. ^ "In Touch with Art - Speakers' Biographies: Louise Fryer", St Dunstan's website