Jane Emma Little (born 11th March 1972) is an English broadcaster and writer.

Born in Kendal, Cumbria, then part of South Westmoreland, she read Theology and Religious Studies at Kings College, Cambridge, graduating with a first. Later she studied Journalism at the University of Central Lancashire and, on a Fulbright Scholarship to Harvard University, the connection between Religion and Politics.

In the United States during 1996-7, she was a producer for The World, a radio programme for Public Radio International (PRI) in association with WGBH Boston and BBC World Service. Returning to London she became the first dedicated Religious Affairs Correspondent for the World Service, and subsequently presented many programmes for BBC Radio 4, including Woman's Hour and Sunday. She was a correspondent in Washington for the BBC during 2006-8.

As of 2013, she is a freelance working for both the BBC and The World from Washington as Religion Editor. She has written for The Guardian and other publications.

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