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For the Welsh rugby union player see Rhodri Williams (rugby player)
Williams was a main presenter for Sky Sports News and was one of Sky Sports' main rugby presenters - hosting the Heineken Cup and Southern Hemisphere rugby including the Tri Nations, the NPC in New Zealand and the Currie Cup in South Africa.
He was the first presenter on L!VE TV (Britain's first 24-hour cable channel). In 1997 Rhodri was the quizmaster on L!VE TV's football quiz A Game of Two Scarves featuring fans and glamour models. He also hosted the station's talent show, Spanish Archer.
Williams was part of the launch of Channel 5 in the UK as one of the presenters on the channel's afternoon entertainment show 5's Company with Nick Knowles and John Barrowman. He has presented numerous programmes for Welsh language channel S4C, and also presented Animal Hospital with Rolf Harris
Williams has been a presenter on national radio sports station talkSPORT, presenting the Kick-off programme on Thursday from 19:00 to 22:00 and The Sunday Session.
Away from the media, Williams owns three businesses in Cardiff.
Williams is the son of famed Welsh TV (S4C) presenter/weather girl Jenny Ogwen. Rhodri was educated at Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Glantaf.
- "Dinner Date; RHODRI WILLIAMS". Evening Times (Glasgow). March 15, 2001. p. 32. Retrieved 16 August 2012.
Rhodri Williams is filming a sixth series of BBC's Animal Hospital and is one of the presenters on the new series of Rolf's Amazing World of Animals.
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