She’s now a BBC video journalist

She’s now a BBC video journalist

NBS radio news graduate, Penny Elderfield, is now instantly recognised on her home island.

After years working for the radio side of BBC Guernsey, she’s now a Video Journalist on the station’s local TV service.

Penny has become a well-known face and voice  in Guernsey homes: she regularly hosts the popular Sunday Phone-in and she seems to have found a niche reporting on local politics.

Penny came to the School to learn radio journalism after studying music at the University of Sussex. She majored in Opera and was a semi-pro performer.




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