Charlotte Green (born 4 May 1956) is a British radio broadcaster. Formerly a continuity announcer and news reader for BBC Radio 4, she is now connected with Classic FM. After 1988 she specialised in news reading, including reading the news on Radio 4 breakfast Today programme, and reading news items on The News Quiz. The Daily Telegraph described her as "the supreme Radio 4 announcer whose warm yet slightly formal tones were once voted the nation's favourite". Green left Radio 4 in January 2013, and currently reads the classified football results on BBC Radio 5 Live and the World Service Sports Report, succeeding James Alexander Gordon. Her autobiography The News is Read was published by The Robson Press in 2014.

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  • Charlotte Green (born 4 May 1956) is a British radio broadcaster. Formerly a continuity announcer and news reader for BBC Radio 4, she is now connected with Classic FM. After 1988 she specialised in news reading, including reading the news on Radio 4 breakfast Today programme, and reading news items on The News Quiz. The Daily Telegraph described her as "the supreme Radio 4 announcer whose warm yet slightly formal tones were once voted the nation's favourite". Green left Radio 4 in January 2013, and currently reads the classified football results on BBC Radio 5 Live and the World Service Sports Report, succeeding James Alexander Gordon. Her autobiography The News is Read was published by The Robson Press in 2014. (en)
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  • Her voice is a marvel, something to make one feel safe and secure, like being tucked up in bed with a hot water bottle.
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  • —David Jewell, BJGP
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  • Charlotte Green (born 4 May 1956) is a British radio broadcaster. Formerly a continuity announcer and news reader for BBC Radio 4, she is now connected with Classic FM. After 1988 she specialised in news reading, including reading the news on Radio 4 breakfast Today programme, and reading news items on The News Quiz. The Daily Telegraph described her as "the supreme Radio 4 announcer whose warm yet slightly formal tones were once voted the nation's favourite". Green left Radio 4 in January 2013, and currently reads the classified football results on BBC Radio 5 Live and the World Service Sports Report, succeeding James Alexander Gordon. Her autobiography The News is Read was published by The Robson Press in 2014. (en)
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