Jamie is the face and voice of
some of BBC Wales’ most popular television and
He’s best known to television viewers as the anchorman
of the nightly news show BBC
Wales Today. The award -winning programme is
consistently the most watched news show in Wales.
Away from the camera you’ll find Jamie and his
guests on Sunday lunchtimes
at mid-day for a live talk show digesting the week’s
events onr BBC Radio Wales
An author of five books, his latest is
Around Wales by B-roads and Byways published by
Ebury Press (London).
Jamie has worked extensively abroad for the
BBC World Service Trust, advising broadcasters
in Ramallah, Jordan, Libya and Egypt.
Jamie was born in Pembrokeshire and grew up with his brothers
Richard and Huw, who both claim to be better looking. He was
educated at Christ College, Brecon, University of Gloucestershire
and Cardiff University.
His broadcasting career started in London in 1989 where he worked
for BBC Radio 3's music department; a first love that he would
return to in later years to narrate Prokofiev's Peter and the
Wolf with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.
Jamie joined BBC Radio 4 a year later where he became a familiar
voice of the shipping forecast, announcing The Archers and later
reading the news.