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Steffan is a warm, engaging and passionate journalist who’s brought his distinctive presentation style to some the UKs most beloved programmes.

 

Newly appointed as BBC News’ first ever gaming correspondent - Steffan can be seen reporting across the BBC’s flagship television news programmes – from Breakfast to the News at 6 and 10.

 

A regular stand-in presenter for programmes like BBC Radio 5Live Breakfast, BBC Sounds' Newscast and the BBC Radio Wales Phone-In Steffan is a youthful, energetic, and empathetic radio presenter. He's a contributor to sports panel show Fighting Talk and also presents NFL on 5Live.

 

He was a unique, well-loved and trusted voice to the millions of listeners of BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat during his 8 years at the station as a presenter and senior reporter. He travelled across the world presenting Newsbeat from places like TokyoLos Angeles and Seoul

 

As creator and presenter of the BBC Sounds podcast Press X to Continue Steffan’s interviewed celebrities like Keanu Reeves, Usain Bolt and Bukayo Saka about their love of gaming. The podcast is now teaming up with BBC Three for its next series.

 

A natural and dynamic on-screen presence, Steffan has presented high profile tv programmes like The BBC's Proms in the Park, consumer show X-Ray and BBC Wales political debate programme The Hour

A passionate Welshman Steffan also presents programming on S4C such as Iaith ar Daith, Gwylio Ser y Nos and the upcoming Symud i Gymru.

From current affairs, news and politics, to sport and video games, Steffan is able to make most topics relatable to audiences. He is a likeable, enthusiastic and warm on-air presence. His passion for storytelling is evident, as is his knack for building a strong rapport with contributors and those at home watching / listening.

Steffan was named in the Institute of Welsh Affairs list of 30 people who will shape the future of Wales.