Queen’s Hour says, ‘Advocate for women everywhere,’

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Host Emma Barnett will be reading the monarch’s declaration during her first edition of the BBC Radio 4 broadcast.

“friend, advisor and advocate for women everywhere”friend, advisor and advocate for women everywhere. The Queen – who was 20 when Radio 4 first aired in October 1946 – sent “best wishes to listeners and all associated with the program.” in a statement read by Emma Barnett in her first broadcast as presenter since replacing Jane Garvey and Dame Jenni Murray.

She added: “I wish you continued success in your important work. “Barnett’s debut, as well as the Queen proper, also included an interview with Imelda Staunton, who will play her in The Crown’s next season, and a cover of The Beatles ‘Here Comes the Sun captured for the show by former Spice Girl Melanie C. Emma Barnett: the firebrand that takes on the challenge of the Woman’s HourContinue readingStaunt Girl Melanie C. Emma Barnett: the firebrand that takes on the challenge of the Woman’s HourContinue reading

She said, “The most important aspect of her is her ability to just be there and always be strong for everyone. “Richard Ratcliffe, the husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who has been held in an Iranian prison since 2016 on charges of conspiring to overthrow the government in Tehran, was also interviewed. He said, “Probably, as you say, she has nine weeks until the end of her sentence.”

Barnett was also interviewed by former Treasury adviser Sonia Khan, who was led away from Downing Street by armed police after being released by Dominic Cummings.

She said she was never given a reason for her dismissal after being fired as special advisor to then Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid in August 2019.Barnett, who also hosts Newsnight on BBC Two, took on her new role after previously being a presenter on Radio 5’s live morning show.

She was replaced by Naga Munchetty on Monday.

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