Sian Williams Biography
Sian Williams is a Welsh journalist and current affairs presenter, best known for her work with the BBC.From 2001 until 2012, Sian regularly presented weekday editions of BBC Breakfast as well as all main news bulletins on BBC One. She presented two series of BBC One’s discussion programme Sunday Morning Live from 2014 until 2015.
Sian Williams Age
Sian Mary Williams was born on 28th November, 1964, Paddington, London, England.
Sian Williams Height
Williams stand at a height of 5 feet and 7 inches tall.
Sian Williams Education
Sian attained a BA in English and History from Oxford Polytechnic , studied critical journalistic writing at the University of Rhode Island, Williams began training in psychology in 2021, gaining an MSc from the University of Westminster. and was awarded a doctorate of counselling psychology in 2021 from City, University of London.
Sian Williams Nationality
Sian is a British Welsh Nationality.
Sian Williams Parents
Williams was born to Welsh parents and was brought up in Eastbourne, East Sussex. Her mother, Katherine Rees, was from Llanelli and had moved to London to become a nurse. Williams’ father was from Swansea, and his family had been farmers in Glamorgan.
Sian Williams Siblings
Williams has two younger twin brothers.
Sian Williams Husband
Williams married Neale Hunt in 1991, a former director of advertising firm McCann Erickson, with whom she has two sons. Following the couple’s divorce, Williams married Paul Woolwich in 2006, with whom she has two children.
Sian Williams Children
Sian has four children.
Sian Williams BBC
Williams anchored the BBC One news bulletins and broadcast from events all over the world, including the Pakistan earthquake and the Asian tsunami. In 2010, she co-presented BBC One’s General Election Results Special.
Sian has over 35 years of experience and was the lead anchor for Channel 5 News, presenting the flagship 5 News at 5 programme for over 6 years. In November 2021 she oversaw the transition to an extended hour-long bulletin which saw the introduction of Mind Matters with Dr. Sian, a weekly segment on mental health that she still presents.
William is a trained Trauma Assessor (TRIM), helping journalists who have returned from covering traumatic news events. She has an MSc in Psychology, which focuses on Post Traumatic Stress and studied for a Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology, being awarded the title of Doctor of Psychology (DPsych) in 2021. Sian has also worked in the National Health Service with acute cancer patients and with ICU staff, dealing with the pandemic.
Sian has presented the BBC One weekly programme, Sunday Morning Live and BBC One’s coverage of major anniversaries: D-Day, VE-Day and the outbreak of World War One. Sian has also presented many documentaries as well as fronting programmes such as Crimewatch and National Treasures Live.
William anchored BBC One’s News bulletins for over a decade. During this time presenting live from major news events; from the Pakistan earthquake, to the Royal Wedding, to the Olympics, Sian covered the full range.
Sian Williams Breast Cancer
Williams revealed she had undergone a double mastectomy in May 2016 after being diagnosed with breast cancer. She told Woman and Home magazine that she was diagnosed in 2014, a week after her 50th birthday.
Sian Williams Salary
Sian earns an estimated salary of USD 100,000.
Sian Williams Net Worth
William’s net worth is estimated to be USD 500,000.
Sian Williams Instagram
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