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Debbie on Three Counties

Radio/TV and Film Biography


Debbie worked for the BBC first as a

PA and freelance journalist for

Schools Radio.

She had brief attachments to

Television Light Entertainment,

working for the writers of

"The Dave Allen Show"

and "The Two Ronnies",

Austin Steele,

Peter Vincent and Peter


(where she also did some research). 

She later worked in Television News as

an NTA. (News Transmission Assistant)

and worked with BBC sound man Sim Harris who was later to be a hostage

during the Iranian Embassy Siege in London (1980). She left the BBC in 1979

to work as a freelance journalist and researcher.

Reverend Raven's Raising Vibrations Radio Show

14 March 2016

2014 - 2015

Debbie worked alongside Sam Vangeen very third Thursday of the month on Vibe 1096 Watford Community Radio.

2009 - to 2010

Debbie has worked alongside Suzi Becker and Sharron Livingstone as an ad hoc broadcaster and journalist on JNET Radio.


Debbie was the voice of Madam Debra on the Danny Greenstone Radio Show.

The very last radio show

The Team behind the Danny Greenstone Radio Show for

BBC Three Counties Radio

Script Writing

Debbie has several script writing projects in progress at present . 


Other Work

Debbie freelanced as a Film PA working for

the National Performance Archive (Victoria & Albert Museum). 

For further information or to book

Debbie please email her directly at

PA on the recording of

"The Cherry Orchard" (Old Vic) - 12 August 2009

"Enron" (Noel Coward Theatre) - March 31 2010

"Joe Turner's Come and Gone" (Young Vic) - June 16 2010

"Woman in Black" (Fortune Theatre) 10 August 2010

Psychic and Media Events

Monday 14 March 2016

I was a guest on Raising Vibrations Radio in Florida. Tune in at 11.30 pm GMT.

Sunday 24 April 2016

 I was a guest on Blog Talk Radio in Japan. Tune in at 2.00 pm GMT.

Tuesday 17 May 2016

 I was a guest on Medium Tracey Lockwood's show on Radio Free Roanoke in Virginia, USA from 8.00pm GMT. 

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Clair de Lune compiled by Enigma

DeBussy's ethereal "Clair de Lune" accompanied by serene moon and moonlight photos.

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