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Journalist and BBC Producer Sallyann Murphey

Sallyann Murphey began her career at the age of 23, as the then-youngest producer in the British Broadcasting Corporation. She went on to produce the current events program The World At One and later established the American news operation for Good Morning Britain, the sister program to Good Morning America.

Murphey has also worked as an investigative journalist for a number of publications including the London Observer, the Daily Mail, and Utne Reader.

In her first of four books, "Bean Blossom Dreams: A City Family's Search for a Simple Country Life," Murphey wrote about her experiences moving to Indiana. She teaches history, government and media studies at Harmony High School in Bloomington, where she is the junior advisor and leader of their First Amendment program.

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