Sarah Dickins is BBC Cymru Wales' first Economics Correspondent and one of the country's most experienced Journalists. Sarah's experience and in depth understanding means that she brings added context and understanding to her work.
Sarah's used to being ahead of the game. Sarah was the first woman Industrial Correspondent on television in the UK when she took on that role for BBC Cymru Wales. She also launched BBC2's Working Lunch with Adrian Chiles, BBC Radio Wales' first phone in, the Sarah Dickins Show and the business programme BBC Wales@Work. With that programme Sarah won three prestigious awards from the Work Foundation.
Sarah has presented a wide range of programmes from Wales Today; Good Morning Wales; Woman's Hour; Business Breakfast and programmes for the World Service.
Sarah has also made her own TV and radio documentaries on the Spanish Civil War; Boys' literacy; children and food, as well as a documentary about how boxing transformed the life of a teenager boy so that he longer took drugs. Sarah's documentary on the last Welsh International Brigader from the Spanish Civil War won a Celtic Media Award.
Sarah is fascinated by change and how it affects individuals and organisations, including how different people react to changes in their lives.