Jayne Case is BBC Wales' longest serving newsreader. She began her BBC career in Personnel, and then moved to Sport production, finally ending up in the Newsroom where she has read the news bulletins for the last twenty one years. Known to thousands as the face of Breakfast Television, Jayne has regularly stepped in for main presenters, Jamie Owen and Sara Edwards reading the BBC's flagship programme "Wales Today".
As well as her work spanning two decades with Television News, Jayne is a highly popular after dinner speaker and her speech entitled "A Day in the life of a Newsreader" is much acclaimed.
She has compered numerous Musical Events and Gala Evenings for many organisations and charities and has also been involved with events for South Wales Police; School's Competitions; Rotary; Magistraties; W.Is. etc. She has also compered and modelled at many Fashion Events across Wales.
Jayne has worked on corporate videos and has even been used as a voice-over on a Doctor Who episode.
A rewarding career has been juggled with bringing up a family and Jayne admits that getting up before five to work on Breakfast News, was far easier than the school run! Jayne lives on a Farm with her husband, four children and two dogs. She enjoys cooking, gardening, horse-riding and Interior design.