| Sue Birtwistle|
| Richard Eyre (m. 1973)|
| The Making of Pride and Prejudice, The Making of Jane Austen's Emma|
British Academy Television Award for Best Single Drama
Cranford, Return to Cranford, Dutch Girls, Scoop
Simon Langton, Andrew Davies, Heidi Thomas, Richard Eyre, Simon Curtis
Sue Birtwistle Wikipedia
Susan Elizabeth Birtwistle, Lady Eyre, (born 9 December 1945) is a producer and writer of television drama. Birtwistle has won awards for several of her productions, including Hotel du Lac, Pride and Prejudice and Emma, and was one of the nominees for the 2008 BAFTA Awards for her production of Cranford.
She was born in Northwich, Cheshire, England, and attended Northwich County Grammar School for Girls (now The County High School, Leftwich). She studied drama and English at Coventry College of Education (became part of the University of Warwick).
She is known for producing well-known costume dramas.Oi For England
Dutch Girls, 1985
Hotel du Lac, 1986
Ball Trap on the Cote Sauvage 1989
Or Shall We Die?
Pride and Prejudice, 1995
Wives and Daughters, 1999
Return to Cranford, 2009
In 2008, she was awarded an honorary doctorate at the University of Chester.
She married the English film, theatre, television and opera director Richard Eyre in 1973 in Chelsea, London; they have one daughter, Lucy (born in 1974).