; made a guest appearance on ' Good Morning South Africa' in Jo-burg; and another guest appearance talking about beauty and health on GMTV.
Born in Kent, Jan went to New Zealand and Australia in the early 60's where she appeared on both stage and television.
She was the first woman newsreader on Television in Sydney in 1963 - quite a coup for a male dominated society and before the emergence of Women's Lib.!!
Her theatrical credits included a gruelling seven month tour of New South Wales with a Shakespearean Company called The Young Elizabethans.
Jan played Portia in The Merchant of Venice and a witch in Macbeth - that's Rep. Back in Sydney she played the part of Georgie in Iris Murdoch's A Severed Head opposite the late Robin Bailey.
In 1989 Jan co-presented the BBC's Magazine Programme The Garden Party.
In 1989, '90 and '91 Jan presented three series of craft programmes entitled Makers for the ITV This Morning programme (produced by HTV).36 ka, is one of the only specimens known from this critical part of the late Pleistocene.The Hofmeyr skull was largely intact at the time of its discovery but has suffered post-recovery mishandling, with the resultant loss of most of the lower facial skeleton, the mandibular angle, the right mastoid process, and much of the occipital.Human skeletal remains from sub-Saharan Africa are virtually non-existent for the period when genetic models indicate the first modern human emigration from this region.The skull from Hofmeyr, South Africa, which has been dated to c.She was twice voted Newsreader of the Year by the Television and Radio Industries Club TRIC, and also won the Pye Award as Television Personality of the Year in 1982.