Jane Hill

Jane Hill

Jane Hill is a novelist who also does standup comedy. When she’s not doing either of those, she works for the BBC on local radio projects. She lives with her partner in rural Leicestershire and once reached the Mastermind semi-finals.


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Why we’ll miss Len Goodman

Before Strictly's head judge waltzes away from the series, Jane Hill salutes his charm, his love of rules and his disdain for “messing abaht”.
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Why I ❤️ writing

It's National Novel Writing Month, so we've asked Jane Hill to tell us about the joys of doing just that.
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Acing it

Don't watch women's tennis? Then you're missing out, says Jane Hill, who's here with a list of who to watch at this year's Wimbledon Championship.
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Great Days Out: The National Civil War Centre

We sent Jane Hill to check out the new National Civil War Centre in Nottinghamshire. Turns out she’s a Roundhead.
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On the Road – With My Mum

After the death of her father, Jane Hill decided to take her mum on the US road trip they’d always dreamed of. What could possibly go wrong?
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The fleece of despair

Whether it’s by our mums, sisters, friends or Judy Blume, we all get told the period facts. But what about the other side? Jane Hill gives us the lowdown on the perimenopause and it ain’t pretty.
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Plates not slates: A rallying cry

After a decade of roof tile dining encounters, Jane Hill has had her fill of so-called splates, which are unsuitable, impractical… and about to get a bit of a slating.
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Ghosts of Berlin

The Berlin Wall fell on November 9, 1989. Twenty-five years later, Jane Hill finds a city still haunted by its memory.