Mariclare Carey-Jones is talented Broadcast Journalist and Presenter, who has travelled the world filming television and radio programmes.
Her great passions are wildlife, conservation and rural affairs. Currently Mariclare is reporting for Farming Today on Radio 4 and previously came up with the concept, produced and presented a factual entertainment series called Animal Sanctuary for the Made Television Network. She also has a diploma in Zoology.
Mariclare’s other specialist area is Health Journalism; as ITV Wales News Health Correspondent she won several awards from the Medical Journalists’ Association and made regular appearances on the ITV National News.
However, Mariclare is comfortable presenting a range of factual formats. She has been a presenter on the political programme Wales Decides for ITV, as well as the face of What’s Occurrin’, Cardiff? a nightly magazine show on Made in Cardiff TV, and she has presented the Breakfast Show for Nation Radio.
She is also the Creative Director of her own production company called Memorable Creative Journalism, or MCJ for short, which films documentaries across the world; recent locations include the Sahara Desert and Costa Rican Rainforest.
In addition to her media work, Mariclare is also an Ambassador for the Marie Curie Cardiff and Vale Hospice and she is a vocal supporter of Elephant Nature Park in Thailand where she has spent time volunteering with the care of the elephants.