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Television presenter

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Alex Jones

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Full Name
Charlotte Alexandra Jones

18 March 1977 (age 47) (

Notable credit(s)
The One Show (2010—)Let's Dance for Comic Relief (2011–13)Tumble (2014)

Charlie Thomson (2015-)

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Charlotte Alexandra "Alex" Jones (born 18 March 1977) is a Welsh television presenter, best known for co-presenting the BBC One magazine programme The One Show with Matt Baker.


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Early life

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Jones was born in Ammanford, Carmarthenshire, and has a younger sister Jennie. Her first language at home was English, but Jones was educated at the Welsh language school Maes yr Yrfa, and is fluent in both English and Welsh. After training as a ballet dancer as a child, Jones studied theatre, film and television at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, sitting her final exams in Magaluf, Spain, while appearing as a contestant on the first series of Sky1 show Prickly Heat.


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Following her graduation, Jones became a television researcher, but after being sacked twice, was asked by a producer at Avanti productions to audition in front of the camera. Her first presenting job was for BBC Choice, and she then joined S4C as a presenter on the singing programme Cân i Gymru (A Song for Wales). Jones developed a speciality presenting Welsh-language children's programmes on S4C, including Hip neu Sgip? and Salon, alongside occasional appearances on mainstream British television, including Channel 4's RI:SE.

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Jones presents travel show Tocyn (Ticket) on S4C with Aled Samuel, the extreme sports show Chwa, and was part of the crew on Jonathan Davies's Welsh-language rugby show Jonathan for the 2010 Six Nations Championship. Jones is a regular co-host on Real Radio GMG in Wales.

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On 25 July 2010, Jones was announced as the new female co-host on The One Show, replacing Christine Bleakley. Jones replaced Claudia Winkleman as co-presenter of Let's Dance for Comic Relief during the programme's third series in February 2011. She also was part of the BBC team for The Royal Wedding 2011 on 29 April 2011, reporting from Kate Middleton's home town. Jones also presented the United Kingdom's points in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011.

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Since 2012, Jones, along with Matt Baker and John Inverdale has co-hosted The Sport Relief Games Show, live coverage of the Sport Relief games that afternoon.

On 19 July 2014, Jones hosted the Live at Edinburgh Castle concert event on BBC One. Beginning on 9 August 2014, Jones presented the BBC One gymnastics competition series Tumble which ran throughout September 2014.

In 2015, Jones began presenting the daytime series Close Calls: On Camera for BBC One and in 2016 she began co-hosting the BBC series Shop Well for Less? alongside Steph McGovern. In September 2016 she fronted a one-off documentary Alex Jones – Fertility and Me for BBC One. She will present The Secrets in My Family for UKTV's W channel.

Strictly Come Dancing

Jones competed in the ninth series of Strictly Come Dancing in 2011. Her professional partner was James Jordan. Jones and Jordan were eliminated a week before the final, and finished 5th overall in the competition.

Strictly Come Dancing performances

Personal life

On 10 July 2012, Jones became a Fellow of Aberystwyth University.

On 6 February 2015, during an episode of The One Show, it was announced that Jones had become engaged to New Zealand insurance broker, Charlie Thomson, and on 31 December 2015, she and Thomson were married at Cardiff Castle. On 2 September 2016, the couple announced that they were expecting their first child.

Jones was appointed as a member of the Gorsedd of the Bards during a ceremony at the National Eisteddfod of Wales in Meifod, Powys, in August 2015; honoured for her contribution to Welsh culture.

In February 2016, Jones was granted a restraining order against a homeless man who sent her vulgar tweets and turned up at her workplace, claiming to be in love with her. He was banned from contacting Jones and her family.

On 2 September 2016, Jones announced her pregnancy via Twitter; her last appearance on The One Show before her maternity leave was on 6 January 2017. On 26 January 2017, Jones announced via a live telephone call to The One Show that she had given birth to a healthy baby boy.


Jones is a patron for the Kidney Wales Foundation.

From 18 to 20 March 2014, Jones participated in the Sport Relief appeal by being dragged up the 1,200 ft Moonlight Buttress in Zion National Park, Utah in the US by climber Andy Kirkpatrick. Jones raised £1,281,476 for the charity appeal. Coverage of the challenge was shown on The One Show and in a 30-minute film which aired on 23 March 2014 on BBC One called Alex Against the Rock for Sport Relief.

From 7–11 March 2016, Jones took part in her second challenge for Sport Relief, called 'Hell on High Seas', in which she, along with five other celebrities: Suzi Perry, Doon Mackichan, Angellica Bell, Hal Cruttenden and Ore Oduba sailed 1,000 miles from Belfast to London. During the Sport Relief telethon, it was announced the team had raised £1,062,868.


Guest appearances
  • Alan Carr: Chatty Man (8 August 2010)
  • Pointless Celebrities (5 July 2011)
  • Epic Win (10 September 2011)
  • Loose Women (3 November 2011, 4 March 2014)
  • Would I Lie to You? (13 April 2012)
  • 12 Again (2 June 2012)
  • Let's Do Lunch with Gino & Mel (10 July 2012)
  • Room 101 (8 February 2013)
  • 8 Out of 10 Cats (22 February 2013, 1 November 2013, 7 April 2014)
  • What's Cooking? (11 April 2013)
  • The Apprentice: You're Fired! (2013)
  • That Puppet Game Show (24 August 2013)
  • I Love My Country (31 August 2013)
  • The Sarah Millican Television Programme (29 October 2013)
  • The Chase: Celebrity Special (2 November 2013)
  • The Michael McIntyre Chat Show (14 April 2014)
  • W1A (23 April 2015)
  • The Box (23 June 2015)
  • Would I Lie to You? (14 August 2015)
  • Duck Quacks Don't Echo (7 September 2015)
  • The TV That Made Me (17 March 2016)
  • Michael McIntyre's Big Show (28 May 2016)
  • Film


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