Margaret Pritchard

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Margaret Pritchard is a former Welsh radio and television broadcaster, best known for her work at HTV Wales.

Pritchard joined HTV Wales in 1971 as a newsreader and presenter,[1] working on a variety of programmes in both the Welsh and English languages. She later became a in-vision continuity announcer[2] and concentrated on presenting a number of social affairs programmes for the station.

Pritchard left HTV in December 1992 when in-vision continuity was abandoned. In May 2000, she became the Chief Executive of George Thomas Hospice Care in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan and five years later, won the Western Mail award for Welsh Woman of the Year in the Community.[3] She is also a non-executive director of the Pontypridd & Rhondda NHS Trust.


  1. ^ Welsh Assembly Government press release
  2. ^ ITV Wales announcers profiles
  3. ^ "Welsh Woman of Year's 'university hope for the disabled' pledge". Western Mail. 28 November 2005

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