training as a journalist, she became a freelance writer
and contributed to a range of national magazines and newspapers.
an active and committed Catholic, she began to be known
as a spokesman for the Christian point of view in the
media and was frequently debating controversial issues
on radio and TV. She also carried out a number of lecture
tours in the USA and in Australia.
married Jamie Bogle in 1980 and the next few years were
spent in Germany, where he was serving as an Army officer,
notably with the Armoured Squadron in West Berlin.
broadcasting career, which had begun with TV and radio
in Britain, then developed through the British Forces
Broadcasting network, which was then serving the British
community in West Berlin. She also wrote extensively for
various newspapers in Britain and overseas, including
the Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph, Catholic