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Claire Summers

Claire Summers
Born Claire Summers
Cardiff, Wales
Nationality Welsh
Education Howell's
Aberystwyth University
University of Cardiff
Occupation Newsreader, Presenter
Agent Elite Management
Notable credit(s) BBC Wales
BBC Wales Today
Spouse(s) Christian Terry
Website
http://www.welshstars.co.uk/artistes/claire_summers.html

Claire Summers is a Welsh news television presenter for BBC Wales.

Born in Cardiff,[1] but brought up in Cowbridge, Summers was educated at Howell's in Llandaff. She then gained a BA degree at Aberystwyth University, and a post-graduate degree in journalism from the University of Cardiff.[2]

Summers worked at Channel One television in Bristol, where she reported, filmed, edited and presented programmes. Summers joined BBC Wales in 2000. With Summers and Jason Mohammad the youngest members of the BBC Wales Today team, they were often asked to undertake the activity-based reports - such as in 2005, where Summers had to lead a Welsh Black cow called Ceridwen at the Royal Welsh Show.[3][4] On 8 September 2008, Summers became chief sports presenter for Wales Today.

Summers was voted in the Top 50 sexiest Welsh women in 2004.[5]

Personal life

Summers married Christian Terry in 2004, with a reception at the St. David's Hotel & Spa in Cardiff.[6]

References

External links

  • Bio at Elite Management
  • Summers at Current Buns


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