- Ruth Gledhill
Ruth Gledhill (born 1959) grew up in
Gratwicha small village near Uttoxeter, as the daughter of the local vicar. She is the long-standing Religion Correspondent for The Timesnewspaper. She is married to Alan Franks, a Times feature writer; they have one son, Arthur.
Gledhill began her journalistic career in
Uttoxeterwith the Uttoxeter Advertiserthen moved to The Birmingham Post and Mail, before joining the Daily Mailin 1984 and The Timesin 1987; she became Religion Correspondent in 1989.
She co-authored with Tim Webb a guide to Birmingham entitled "Birmingham is not a Boring City", edited "The Times Book of Prayers" and "The Times Book of Best Sermons", published for six years in connection with "The Times Preacher of the Year Award".
Gledhill writes features, news stories and a [http://timescolumns.typepad.com/gledhill weblog] .
* [http://www.journalisted.com/ruth-gledhill Journalisted - Articles by Ruth Gledhill]
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