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Nancy Banks-Smith (born 1929) is a British television and radio critic; she began writing for The Guardian in 1969. In 1970 she was recommended for the Order of the British Empire, which she declined.
She currently writes a monthly column for The Guardian entitled "A month in Ambridge", reviewing recent developments in The Archers.
- 1951–1955: Northern Daily Telegraph, reporter
- 1955: Sunday Mirror, women's section
- 1955–1960: Daily Herald, reporter
- 1960–1965: Daily Express, feature writer
- 1965–1969: The Sun, TV critic
- 1969–present: The Guardian, TV and radio critic
- "Some who turned honours down", The Guardian, 22 December 2003, retrieved 31 August 2012.
- Nancy Banks-Smith archives of her television reviews in The Guardian
- Last Night's TV Archive of Guardian TV reviews (multiple reviewers) from 24 Dec 1998 onwards
- 'A nice little job for a woman at home', Nancy Banks-Smith on her 30 years as a TV critic, The Guardian, 21 November 2001
- Nancy Banks-Smith Classic Reviews, The Guardian, 4 February 2010
- Celebrating 40 years of Nancy Banks-Smith, The Guardian, 4 February 2010
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