9 Facts About Sue Perkins

1. The Great British Bake Off presenter Sue Perkins is to join forces with comedian Joe Lycett and broadcaster Moira Stuart to front new Sky 1 spelling-based family show, The Big Spell.

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2. In September 2015, Sue Perkins revealed that she was diagnosed with prolactinoma, which is a benign growth on her pituitary gland.

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3. In August 2012, Sue Perkins appeared on Tatlers list of high-profile lesbians in London.

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4. On 9 July 2017 Sue Perkins was the guest celebrity on Radio 4's Desert Island Discs.

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5. Since 2006, Sue Perkins has been a panellist on a Radio 4 show, The Personality Test, a quiz show about the host, presented by a different host each week.

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6. As part of A Band for Britain, Sue Perkins conducted the Dinnington Colliery Band at the DW Stadium playing the National Anthem for a Four Nations rugby match, and conducted them together with the Grimethorpe Colliery Band at Sheffield City Hall.

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7. In March 2010, Sue Perkins appeared in a three part mini-series on BBC Two, A Band for Britain, in which she attempted to revive the fortunes of the Dinnington Colliery Band.

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8. In the same year, Sue Perkins provided additional written material for BBC sitcom Absolutely Fabulous.

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9. In January 2015, Giedroyc and Sue Perkins began hosting their own daytime chat show on ITV called Mel and Sue.

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