Hugely popular and high profile in Wales, Sarra Elgan is one of the most talented, professional and attractive presenters around.
Sarra is currently the pitch-side reporter for Clwb Rygbi on S4C. She is also the presenter for Speedway on Sky Sports, Rugby World Cup and Celtic League Rugby for S4C/BBC. A lover of all sport and music, Sarra was the presenter for Wakestock 2008 shown on both S4C and Channel 4. Most recently Sarra could be seen presenting 100% Rugby, 100% Fitness, Paparazzi and Bandit, a prime-time weekly youth music show plus Ceri Greu which is a children's art programme all for S4C.
In recent years Sarra has presented four series of The Saturday Show Extra on CBBC and The Saturday Show for BBC One, Top Of The Pops Saturday for BBC One, Play The Game for CITV, Bump and Grind, live everyday on Trouble, has co-hosted Dial-a-Date on ITV, Pop Factory for ITV1 Wales and Just Up Your Street for BBC Wales to name a few.
Sarra Elgan was one of the regular presenters on Xchange for CBBC, has been a Welsh correspondent for Blue Peter and was the CBBC reporter for Euro 2004 in Portugal.
After graduating with a first class honours degree in Theatre, Music and Media in 1999 Sarra appeared as a main character in the hugely popular Welsh soap opera Pobol Y Cwm. Whilst appearing in this soap, she also presented The Wrap for BBC Wales. Sarra Elgan was the face of Passion for Fashion for HTV, in addition to presenting Planed Plant, a children's programme for S4C and Popty, a magazine music show where she interviewed bands and guests. Sarra has hosted A Song for Wales four years running as well as hosting the massively publicised Pop Factory Music Awards two years in a row.
In addition to all her television credits Sarra has hosted her own radio shows for BBC Radio Wales and Red Dragon in Cardiff.
Sarra Elgan excels in tennis and hockey in which she was chosen to represent South Wales. At 29 she is a confident and extremely attractive presenter with boundless energy and a fun, bubbly personality. With Sarra's stunning looks, gentle Welsh accent and infectious enthusiasm she would be a valuable asset to any show.