Sean Fletcher

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Sean is a dynamic journalist with a rich multicultural heritage, representing modern Britain. He is of mixed race (British-Zimbabwean), holds dual nationality (British-USA), and is bilingual in English and Welsh. His engaging on-camera presence and personable broadcasting style have enabled him to connect with a broad audience. Sean’s career spans news, sports, and a variety of television programs across major networks including the BBC, ITV, and Sky.

Career Highlights:

  • Early Career:
    • Started in journalism with BBC Radio 4’s Late Tackle and Radio 5 Live.
    • Moved to Cardiff, producing packages for BBC One, BBC Two Wales, and BBC Radio Wales.
    • Worked on BBC 2W and presented/reported on sport for BBC Wales Today.
  • BBC News Channel (2005-2011):
    • Presented sports bulletins and covered sports on BBC News Channel, BBC Breakfast, and BBC World.
    • Served as a news reporter and presenter for BBC London News.
  • Sky Sports News (2011-2014):
    • Worked as a presenter for Sky Sports News, covering a wide range of sports events and news.
  • ITV:
    • Joined ITV as a sports newsreader on Good Morning Britain and has been a co-presenter since 2020.
    • Presented ITV game show Rebound for two seasons.
  • BBC One:
    • Occasional reporter for Countryfile since 2015.
    • Presented Sunday Morning Live and Inside Out London until 2021.
    • Co-presented Food Detectives and Britain’s Classroom Heroes on BBC Two.
    • Reported on child mental health for Panorama and covered national events like the First World War Armistice centenary and The Lord Mayor’s Show.
  • Welsh Language Broadcasting:
    • Presented Evacuees, a four-part series about child evacuees in wartime Wales.
    • Reported on the 1919 race riots in Cardiff in Riots In the Bay for S4C.


  • Charity Work:
    • Raised £30,000 for Beating Bowel Cancer by winning ITV’s All Star Mr & Mrs with his wife.
    • Participated in several London Marathons to raise money for various charities.
    • Played for the Rest of The World team in ITV’s Soccer Aid supporting UNICEF UK.
  • Television and Acting:
    • Won an episode of Celebrity Mastermind with his specialist subject on Sesame Street.
    • Made his acting debut in two episodes of the BBC drama Keeping Faith in 2020.

Personal Life:

  • Skills and Hobbies:
    • Fluent in Welsh, Sean also sings and plays the violin and piano.
    • His determination to learn Welsh alongside his children has led to work in Welsh language documentaries and dramas.

Sean’s multifaceted career and diverse background make him a relatable and influential figure in British media, bridging various cultural and linguistic divides. His contributions to journalism and television are marked by a dedication to storytelling, whether through reporting, presenting, or even acting.

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