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Lucy Owen

Lucy Owen is one of the most famililar faces on Welsh television with more than 20 years broadcasting experience. She presents BBC Wales’ flagship news programme ‘Wales Today’ and he popular consumer programme ‘X-Ray’. She also presents on BBC Radio Wales.

 

Lucy has devised and presented a number of documentaries in recent years – ‘Working Mum’ ‘My Big School Dilemma’ and ‘Middle Aged Me’.

 

Lucy has written an engaging children’s picture book ‘Boo-a-bog in the Park’ and, as an ambassador for the Noah’s Ark Charity, she is donating profits to help raise money for The Children’s Hospital for Wales. Her next book for children ‘The Sea House’ will be published next year.

 

Lucy is an extremely popular host and speaker, bringing warmth and professionalism to every event. She is also available to host alongside husband, Rhodri Owen, well known to Welsh-speaking audiences as the main presenter of ‘Heno’ and ‘Prynhawn Da’ on S4C.

 

When she is not working or writing, Lucy loves nothing more than spending time with her son, Gabriel, and being with family and friends. She is a keen paddle-boarder but likes to find warm seas to enjoy it.

 

For further information on Lucy Owen or for Lucy's availability please contact the Welsh Stars team on 01792 536120 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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