Nicola Heywood-Thomas dead and obituary, the excellent arts broadcaster death

Very sadly, the death of the excellent arts broadcaster Nicola Heywood Thomas has been announced. She was a familiar face and voice on ITV and BBC television in Wales, and on Radio Wales and when introducing concerts on Radio 3. A great loss, and much too young.

Nicola Heywood Thomas is a Welsh journalist and presenter known for her work on radio and television. She was born in Llantwit Major, a coastal town in Wales, in 1961.

After studying at Cardiff University, Ella Nicola began her media career working for BBC Radio Wales in 1985. Since then, she has presented various radio and television shows in Wales and across the UK.

One of her most prominent shows is BBC Radio Wales’ “Classical Collection”, which has been on the air for over 20 years and focuses on classical music. She has also hosted jazz and folk music shows on the radio.

In addition to her radio work, she Nicola has been a television presenter and reporter for BBC Wales, covering a wide variety of topics from culture to politics and social issues.

Nicola has received several awards for her work in the media, including the Royal Society of St. David’s Radio Service Award in 2010 and the BAFTA Cymru Award for Best Television Presenter in 2014.

In addition to her career in the media, Nicola is also known for her work promoting Welsh culture. She is a member of the Welsh Arts Council Board of Directors and has been President of the National Eisteddfod Festival of Wales, one of the biggest cultural events in the country.

In short, Nicola Heywood Thomas is a highly talented and dedicated Welsh presenter and journalist. Her passion for Welsh music, culture and society is reflected in her work and her commitment to her country.

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