Sue Cook

Sue Cook was made a patron of Humanists UK for her exploration of the human condition through the arts.

Author, journalist, and broadcaster

“As a believer in the strength of the human spirit rather than a need to be attached to any one particular dogma, I have long felt in sympathy with the Humanist movement. I put an extra ‘ o’ in God and put my faith in the overall Good in humanity.”

TV viewers will know Sue Cook from her many BBC shows – including “Crimewatch UK”, the annual Children in Need appeal and “Holiday”. To BBC radio listeners she is a familiar voice as presenter of many individual programmes and series such as “You and Yours” and “Making History” for Radio 4.

Sue is now a successful novelist. Her first two novels are entitled On Dangerous Ground and Force of Nature. She is currently working on her third. (Buy her books at through this link and a small commission will go to Humanists UK.)

You can read more about Sue Cook on her website.