Sian Lloyd

Sian Lloyd is probably the best known for presenting the Weather ( TRIC Best Weather Presenter twice and nominated another four times ) but her professional work also spans lots of other types of TV presentation, documentary narration, commercials on both TV and Radio, the corporate sector, TV promos, Radio marketing campaigns, hosting National and International Awards, after dinner speaking and voiceover work.

She has hosted everything, from a gardening series through to a food series called See you Sunday.  She co-presented three specials on Walesfor ITV in the run up to the last Election and co-presented the BBC network Millennium coverage from Cardiffwith Tim Vincent. She was one of the three main presenters on HOW 2 on ITV.  She has been a Quiz mistress on the successful Risg on S4C and the Queen of Cakes, in her series The Great Cake Bake on SKY.   She also fronted the Return to Boscastle special on UKTV.  She’s done documentaries on Weather and Climate Change for broadcasters ranging from CNN, Channel 4, ITV and the BBC through to Radio 4.  She hosted her own Sunday lunchtime show on Radio Wales and voiced a series on weddings for ITV.

She says that on the of the best things she has ever done was to appear alongside Gavin and Stacey stars Joanna Page and the late Margaret John in the Vagina Monologues at The Cardiff Millennium Theatre. She also had a ball on ITV’s I’m a Celebrity Get me Out of Here ( at least afterwards, when she had the pleasure of returning toAustraliato work in luxury! ) and enjoyed filming the Big Wedding inParis.   But most of all she loved taking part in a Bafta award winning cookery show on S4C last Christmas – a whole week of visiting food producers and cooking in the  Portmeirion Hotel under the instruction of Odette’s Bryn Williams.  She said Celebrity Masterchef  on the BBC was great fun, but chopping chives and descaling derado with Bryn was brilliant.

She has written for a number of publications, including The Daily Telegraph, The Times, News of the World, The Western Mail, The Daily Post ( weekly columnist ) and write an occasional travel  column for the Mail on Sunday