From BBC Wales Today in 1996, to the BBC News West of England corespondent, in 2002.
Jane O Brian - Joined BBC Breakfast's London team in 2003 but current whereabouts unknown.
Former HTV Cymru Wales continuity announcer, Jenny Ogwen, went on to present the weather on S4C.
Former Central News East presenter Joyce Ohajah, had move to LNN's London Tonight by 2000. Joyce can now be seen reporting and presenting for ITN.
Former Midlands Today presenter, Miriam O'Reilly, can went on to be seen reporting for Country File.
Currently a presenter on "Womans Hour" on BBC Radio 4
Originally with HTV West in Bristol, Susan moved to BBC Look East in Norwich. Next was Thames Television in London, reporting and sometimes presenting on 4 What It's Worth and current affairs programme Reporting London. This was followed by a stint at ITN for their Over Night service. Next was a move to BSB's Now Channel to present European Business Today. Following the merger with Sky, Susan move to Bristol to co-present BBC Points West and later BBC News West in 1991 (now re-named Points West). As well as presenting Points West, Susan could regularly be seen presenting BBC West's documentary series Close Up West. Susan has now left BBC Points West and went on to occasionally presenting over night bulletins on BBC News 24, BBC World and of course BBC 1. Susan has now left the BBC and she's now the presenter of the English Service of China Radio International (CRI). Susan presents 'Beijing Hour' the weekday news programme. It is available on shortwave around the world and also on AM and FM in Beijing.
Hannah O'Sulliavan first venture into television newsreading was for the satellite broadcaster BSB. Following the end of BSB News, Hannah moved in 1991 to report for LWT News in London. In 1993 Hannah joined the new TV company Meridian to co-present the North edition of Meridian Tonight. When Meridian decided to produce a Lunchtime programme, Hannah, along with her co-presenter Andy Craig, were chosen to host the programme. Hannah has now left Meridian Tonight, but can still be seen presenting Lunchtime Live on Meridian. Following a long line of regional presenters, Hannah has recently presented the Sky News overnight bulletins.
From BBC Wales continuity announcer to BBC Wales newsreader to one of the main BBC Wales Today presenters, plus a BBC Radio Wales presenter to boot. Not bad eh!
Former AA Traffic reporter, Kevin moved over to news presenting for BBC Wales. A subsequent promotion to be one of the main presenters of Wales Today was followed by a move to HTV Wales to co-present Wales Tonight! Next came a move across the Bristol Channel to replace Bruce Hokin as main presenter on HTV News (West). HTV News had been plagued with poor ratings. As a result (and quite unfairly) the presenting line up was changed and the regulars replaced, including Kevin. Following HTV News, Kevin presented HTV's consumer programme Out of Order, plus the occasional Meridian News bulletin for all three regions. On Sunday 21 April 2002 Kevin presented Meridian News (South) and Out of Order at the same time! Kevin has also presented on Sky News, mainly on the overnight bulletins. Kevin joined Channel Television presenting his first edition Channel Report on Monday 2nd September, 2002, along with Jenny Kirk. Kevin left Channel and went onto presenting back on Sky News. Since early 2006 Kevin has been one of the main anchors on the Russia global news channel, RT ... and in 2008 received the National TEFI award of "Russian News Anchor of the Year".
From reporting for Granada Tonight, Mark had been elevated to co-presenter alongside Lucy Meacock by 1999. nMark can now be seen reporting and presenting for HTV News in Bristol
From Central News to BBC Midlands Today, Nick has come full circle. There have been many programmes in between! Nick made his name at TV-am, presenting Good Morning Britain with Anne Diamond. This partnership was reunited by the BBC in the 1990's with Good Morning with Anne and Nick. Nick has also presented many other programmes, Thames Sport Extra and ITV's coverage of the 1988 Olympic Games to mention but two.