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Eleanor Updale

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Dr. Eleanor Updale grew up in Camberwell in South London, and she spent most of her time in London until she went to Oxford to study. She worked for the BBC on TV and radio programs from 1975-1990. When her first book came out in 2003, she was working toward her PhD in History.
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