Emma pictured in 1993 (Mirror)
Former GLR presenter and Channel 4 Media Show presenter Emma joined Radio 1 in 1993.
After 'sitting in' for Nicky Campbell on his late night show Into The Night she was asked by Controller Matthew Bannister to front the daily 12-2pm programme previously presented by Jakki Brambles.
She began the weekday lunchtime slot in January 1994. Since her programme featured guest interviews and news features, and included live artist sessions. On the show she interviewed Kenneth Brannagh about Frankenstein, Joe Queenan about Hollywood celebrities, spoke about Rwanda and carried reports from Southern Sudan.
Emma is married to screenwriter Richard Curtis (Notting Hill) and currently works as a social commentator, appearing regularly on British TV. She was born in 1962 and is the daughter of politician and broadcaster Sir Clement, and the great-granddaughter of psychologist Sigmund Freud.
She was at the station until January 1995 when the lunchtime slot was presented by Lisa I'Anson.
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NEW The following clips are taken from Emma's lunchtime Radio 1 show broadcast Tuesday 24th May 1994.
Intro at Midday
What's On and 'Open to Question'
News at 12:30
Who would you least like to make love to
'Girl Talk' tracks
Critic Joe Queenan is Guest
News at 12:30
Mark Tonderai's Report from the Sudan
Rod McKenzie with all the Answers
Jah Wobble ticket winners and - Goodbye
Top 40 Bruno Brookes