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‘A tremendous legacy’: Jenni Murray ends her tenure on BBC’s Woman’s Hour

Warm tributes were paid to the long-serving host of the flagship Radio 4 show

With a specially baked cake from Mary Berry and a blue plaque in her honour on her favourite work chair, Dame Jenni Murray acknowledged that it felt “very, very strange” to be hosting her final edition of Woman’s Hour after 33 years.

Murray, the BBC Radio 4 show’s longest serving host, took up her post in September 1987 and ended her tenure on Thursday, played out by Helen Reddy’s anthem I Am Woman.

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