Emma Freud "began presenting on current affairs programmes for LWT 15 years ago and has since worked for most channels in most formats. For BBC ONE she presented the documentary series Sins Of The Flesh, travelled throughout the Middle East for Everyman and for the last eight years has helped to produce seven hours of live TV and documentary for Comic Relief. For BBC TWO she hosted her own chat show Plunder and reported for three years from The Edinburgh Festival on Edinburgh Nights.
"For Channel 4 she's presented the health series, The Pulse, the news programme, The Big Picture Show, and the arts programme, The Media Show. For ITV she hosted 27 hours of continual live television on the Telethon, presented the chat show, Pillowtalk, and a weekly arts magazine programme, Theatreland. On radio she has hosted the morning show on GLR, The Lunchtime Show on Radio One, numerous documentaries on Radio Four and is a regular reporter on Loose Ends. She's also presented the BAFTA Awards (BBC), The Turner Prize (Channel 4) and was script editor of Four Weddings And A Funeral, Notting Hill, The Vicar Of Dibley and Bridget Jones's Diary. She has four children with Richard Curtis." 
- Trustee, Comic Relief
Her younger brother is Matthew Freud.
Resources and articles
- Emma Freud, Comic Relief, accessed July 19, 2010.