Sue Lloyd
English model and actor
Sue Lloyd
Sue Lloyd was an English model turned actress with numerous film and television credits.
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Sue Lloyd-Roberts dead: BBC journalist dies from cancer aged 62 - The Independent
Google News - over 1 year
Telegraph.co.uk Sue Lloyd-Roberts dead: BBC journalist dies from cancer aged 62 The Independent Ms Lloyd-Roberts had a stem cell transplant in July aged 62 after being told it was her best chance of survival. The BBC tonight confirmed her death, after her condition deteriorated. She was married to BBC producer Nick Guthrie and the couple had been ... BBC journalist Sue Lloyd-Roberts dies of cancerSouth Wales Guardian Cheltenham Ladies' College-educated BBC reporter Sue Lloyd-Roberts diesGloucestershire Echo BBC journalist Sue Lloyd-Roberts dies aged 64 after losing battle with cancerExpress.co.uk Daily Mail all 84 news articles »
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Jamal Osman named One World media journalist of the year
Al Shahid - almost 5 years
Somali reporter Jamal Osman is named journalist of the year at the One World media awards for a collection of his films for Channel 4 News. The awards, presented by Channel 4 News Presenter Jon Snow on Tuesday night, recognise outstanding journalism on the developing world. Jamal beat fellow nominees Sue Lloyd Roberts (Newsnight) and Felicity Lawrence (The Guardian) to take home the prize for a portfolio of work on Somalia. In the first piece in his entry, Jamal travelled to Mogadishu to meet a team of athletes training for the Olympics. Their training ground is the “road of death”, the dividing line between government forces and al-Shabaab militia. But the athletes have few options since Mogadishu’s national sports stadium is now destroyed after al-Shabaab fighters used it as a military base. A rare story of inspiration, the film captures the grand ambitions of the team – not just to succeed in their sport – but also to use that victory to reunite their country. Famine Jama ...
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Jessica Iddon inquest: Mother knew her daughter was dead
Matlock Mercury - almost 5 years
THE MOTHER of a teenager who died in a car crash said she instinctively knew her daughter was dead when she arrived at the scene of the tragedy. Jessica Iddon, 17, who lived in Darley Dale, died after a two-car smash at Stone Edge. At an inquest on Tuesday, May 1, almost four years after the fatal collision, her devastated mum Lindsey Adderson said she knew straight away that something had happened to her daughter. The manager of the Red Lion pub, close to where the crash took place, phoned her and said Jessica had been involved a “dreadful” accident. Mrs Adderson added: “I said ‘is she dead?’ She said no but I said she is.” She raced to the scene of the accident on the B5057 in June 2008 but her daughter had already been taken to hospital. She added: “I kept saying ‘she’s not alive.’ I can’t explain it but I instinctively knew.” Jessica, who had only moved to Darley Dale with her family six months before the accident had spent most of her life living in Somersall. She was taki ...
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Crossroads and Ipcress File actress Sue Lloyd dies aged 72
Daily Mail (UK) - over 5 years
The actress - best known for her role in hit ITV soap, Crossroads, was today being remembered by family and famous friends following her death on October 20.
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Stocks close down for the week - Bizjournals.com
Google News - over 5 years
As part of the settlement, the FDIC agreed not to collect the judgments against Dorris or Lamb if the pair waived their right to sue Lloyd's of London Catlin Syndicate, which insured both men. The broader settlement agreement, which is not public,
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Dog Grooming Product Range Available Now at Ideas-4-Pets - Prfire (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
Sue Lloyd, a co-partner of Ideas-4-Pets, commented: “We are delighted to offer our customers a range of high quality dog grooming products which can help take the strain out of dog grooming. We offer a variety of professional and value-for-money dog
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Scoreboard On the Air Sports in Brief - Bend Bulletin
Google News - over 5 years
5, Sue Lloyd, Wheatridge, Colo., 1:44:51. 60-64 (57K) — 1, Kay Tsui, Arlington, Va., 1:56:48. 2, Martha Iverson, Durango, Colo., same time. 3, Phyllis Olrich, Grass Valley, Calif., ST. 4, Joanne Garuccio, Sandy, Utah, 1:56:51
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Ideas-4-Pets Launches High Quality Pet Food Ranges - Free PR Site (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
Sue Lloyd, a co-partner of Ideas-4-Pets commented: “We are pleased to announce the arrival of our new dog food and cat food ranges which are now available for order on our website. We can also offer pet food for dogs or cats that are sensitive to
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VRC deputy chief Lloyd-Williams to retire - Just Horse Racing
Google News - over 5 years
The Victoria Racing Club (VRC) deputy chief executive Sue Lloyd-Williams has announced she will retire after the 2011 Melbourne Cup carnival. Long recognised as a pioneer for women in racing, Lloyd-Williams joined the VRC in 1979 as assistant publicity
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BBC World News America Shortlisted for Four News and Documentary Emmy Nominations - News On News
Google News - over 5 years
Inside the North Korean Bubble - BBC Correspondent, Sue Lloyd-Roberts, received extremely rare access to one of the world's greatest enigmas – North Korea . Even while taking the “model tour,” Lloyd-Robert was able to offer an insight into everyday
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VIDEO: Syria opposition's 'reporting revolution' - BBC News
Google News - over 5 years
Sue Lloyd Roberts has been in Syria, undercover, for Newsnight and explains how co-operation and communication between activists inside and outside the country have helped maintain the momentum of the Syrian revolution
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Published by: Aaron Haley - North Wales Pioneer
Google News - over 5 years
The other half of the draw saw Sue Lloyd and Tony Williams, also of the Colwyn Bay Legion B, beat the Ship Hotel Rhos B's Sarah Lee and Gary Jones, and the Marine's Mally Hughes and Michelle Williams win against Joe Stafford and Vicky Whitely
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Aung San Suu Kyi: “An icon in Damascus” - Left Foot Forward
Google News - over 5 years
“You are an icon in Damascus,” the BBC correspondent Sue Lloyd-Roberts told the Burmese pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, explaining how a woman in Syria had led demonstrators onto the street in the face of army snipers, using Aung as inspiration
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Waves of Syrian uncertainty - Ekklesia
Google News - over 5 years
In fact, can I truly dismiss the report 'Undercover in Syria' by the BBC2 Newsnight reporter Sue Lloyd-Roberts, whose risky account this week of the stories of protestors was mind-numbingly horrific? Is it possible not to react to Amir, a journalist,
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Syrians talk to undercover Newsnight reporter - BBC News
Google News - over 5 years
But no one outside Syria knows for certain because the regime will not allow foreign journalists access to the country. Sue Lloyd-Roberts travelled to Damascus for Newsnight, posing as a tourist to make this report in secret
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Inside Syria: Defiant protesters vow to continue their fight - Telegraph.co.uk
Google News - over 5 years
Everyone I met told me they were determined to protest until President Bashar al-Assad made way for real change, writes Sue Lloyd-Roberts. by Sue Lloyd-Roberts "It has gone too far", 26 year old Amer, a journalist told me. He was beaten and imprisoned
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Aussies shine at a royal knees-up - Herald Sun
Google News - over 5 years
Victoria Racing Club chairman Rod Fitzroy and his wife Paige headed a VRC contingent which included Sue Lloyd-Williams, Michael and Fiona Burn and Fleur Salisbury. After the races those in the know migrated to the Inglis drinks party in the Ascot
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Ideas-4-Pets Announce Summer Dog Product Range - Online PR News (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
Sue Lloyd, a partner of Ideas-4-Pets, commented: "We are delighted to announce the launch of our new summer collection of poop scoops, dog kennels and orthopaedic dog beds, and they are now available for order on our website
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Sue Lloyd
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2011
    Age 71
    Sue Lloyd died on 20 October 2011, aged 72, from Cancer.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 1991
    Age 51
    To the surprise of many (he had lived with Brian Hankins for most of his life until Hankins's death from cancer), she married Allen, six weeks before his death from cancer on 19 June 1991.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1975
    Age 35
    She is probably best known, however, for her long-running role as Barbara Hunter, née Brady, in the soap opera Crossroads, beginning in 1975, and she remained in the role until 1985 when Sue and her on-screen and future real-life husband, Ronald Allen, were sacked from the series.
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  • 1971
    Age 31
    In 1971, Lloyd starred in a stage version of the TV series The Avengers playing John Steed's sidekick, Mrs Hannah Wild.
    More Details Hide Details She also appeared with several other stars in the 1976 Lindsay Shonteff imitation James Bond film No. 1 of the Secret Service. She made many guest appearances on several popular shows of the 1960s and 1970s including The Saint, Department S, Jason King, Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased), The Persuaders! and The Sweeney. Other film credits include Corruption, Revenge of the Pink Panther, The Stud and The Bitch. On her Twitter page Joan Collins said that she and Lloyd had to get drunk prior to their nude scenes
  • TWENTIES
  • 1965
    Age 25
    In the same year Lloyd played the regular role of secret agent Cordelia Winfield, alongside Steve Forrest in the 1965-66 British ITC television series The Baron.
    More Details Hide Details Originally Lloyd's character only appeared in the pilot episode with Steve Forrest's sidekick played by Paul Ferris. Pressure from the American television network who were to screen the show replaced Ferris with the glamourous Lloyd.
    In 1965 she had a role in The Return of Mr. Moto
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    She made her film debut in two espionage themed films in 1965.
    More Details Hide Details Lloyd was a glamorous foil to Michael Caine's Harry Palmer in the spy thriller The IPCRESS File, and she later appeared alongside Caine's Palmer in Bullet to Beijing (1995).
  • TEENAGE
  • 1958
    Age 18
    She was one of the last two debutantes to be presented to the Queen at Buckingham Palace in 1958; the final such ceremony.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1939
    Born
    Born in 1939.
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