Aled Jones

Aled Jones (born 29 December 1970) is a Welsh singer and a television and radio presenter who first came to fame as a treble (the highest vocal range). He is notable for presenting Songs of Praise on BBC 1, BBC Radio 2's The Early Breakfast Show, Good Morning Sunday and The Choir on BBC Radio 3.

He is a presenter of Daybreak on ITV Breakfast.

Read more about Aled Jones:  Biography, Work On Television, Filmography

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