Sian Williams Biography and Wiki
Sian Williams is a famous Welsh journalist, he is a broadcaster of current affairs, and a psychologist best known for her work with the BBC. Williams hosted weekday versions of BBC Breakfast as well as all major news bulletins on BBC. She hosted two seasons of BBC One’s debate show Sunday Morning Live.
Sian Williams Education
She holds a BA in English and History from Oxford Polytechnic (now Oxford Brookes University), an MSc in psychology with distinction from the University of Westminster, and a BA in English and History from the University of Rhode Island. Williams began her studies in psychology in 2012 and will receive a doctorate in counseling psychology from the City University of London in 2021.
Sian Williams Age and Birthday
How old is Sian? She is 57 years old as of 2021. She was born Sian Mary Williams on 28 November in 1964 in Paddington, London, England. Sian celebrates her birthday every 28th of November.
Sian Williams Height and Measurements
The Welsh journalist stands at a height of 5 feet 3 inches(1.59 m). Nevertheless, she has not shared more data concerning her other body measurements in the public domain. Moreover, we will update this section once the data are provided. ALSO READ: Jack Canfield
Sian Williams Nationality and Ethnicity
Sian is an American national and citizen by birth. She was born in Paddington, London, England. She is of mixed ethnicity/heritage/ancestry. She comes from a large extended family and is proud of her Welsh ancestry.
Sian Williams Family and Parents
She was born and raised in Paddington, London, England the daughter of Katherine Rees, a Llanelli native who had moved to London to pursue a career as a nurse. Her father was a farmer from Glamorgan.
Sian Williams Married and Husband
Sian had been married to Neale Hunt, a former director of the advertising firm McCann Erickson, since February 1991, and the couple had two children. After they divorced, Williams married Paul Woolwich in 2006 and gave birth to her third son in October 2006. Williams gave birth to a daughter in March 2009.
Sian Williams Children
Sian had four children, three sons and one daughter, two from her first marriage and the other two from her second.
Sian Williams Net Worth
Sian the Welsh journalist has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – and $5 Million.
Sian Williams BBC News|Career
In 1985, she began working as a reporter and producer for BBC Local Radio stations in Liverpool, Sheffield, Leeds, and Manchester. She worked as an editor for BBC Radio 4’s The World at One and PM programs from 1990 to 1997. Williams has worked as a program editor for various news and election programs on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 5 Live. Prior to the channel’s launch in 1997, Williams worked as an output editor for BBC News 24. When one of the potential presenters became ill during the screening process, Williams was asked to fill in. Producers were so impressed with her performance that they promoted her to co-host from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. She worked for the channel for nearly two years until becoming a Special Correspondent for BBC One’s Six O’Clock News in 1999.
During Fiona Bruce’s maternity leave in 2001, she worked as a relief presenter for the bulletin before becoming its primary Friday presenter. Williams was also a regular on BBC One’s weekend news shows. Williams joined BBC Breakfast as a relief presenter on January 12, 2001. Williams filled in for Raworth on the Six O’Clock News during her maternity leave in 2004, co-presenting with George Alagiah, and the following year, she covered the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake in Sri Lanka and Thailand, as well as the Kashmir earthquake in Pakistan. Williams left BBC Breakfast when the production team was relocated to Salford on March 15, 2012. She returned to BBC Radio 4 in 2012 as a co-host for Saturday Live. Other than news and current affairs, Williams has hosted programs such as The One Show, Big Welsh Challenge, Now You’re Talking, and City Hospital.
In 2010, Williams worked as a reporter for Watchdog. In 2013, she and Nicky Campbell and Rebecca Wilcox co-hosted Your Money, Their Tricks. Tanni Grey-Thompson, Suzanne Packer, and Siân Phillips were among the guests on Williams’ three-part interview series for BBC One Wales, The Sian Williams Interview. Williams took over as the new host of Sunday Morning Live, BBC One’s religious and ethical debate show, in June 2014. She hosted the show for two seasons before stepping down in June 2016 and being replaced by Naga Munchetty. Williams announced her departure from the BBC on November 5, 2015, to become the new main presenter of 5 News. On January 4, 2016, she delivered her first 5 News bulletin. From 2017 to the present, she co-hosts Save Money: Good Health on ITV with Ranj Singh and ‘Secrets of Your Supermarket