Rebecca Evans is a Welsh operatic soprano. She worked as a nurse before embarking on her musical career, and studied at the Guildhall School of Music at the same time as Bryn Terfel. She has sung with the Welsh National Opera, the Royal Opera House Covent Garden and the Bayerische Staatsoper, Munich, San Francisco Opera and the Metropolitan Opera in New York. A Grammy Award winning artist, she has recorded prolifically.
Rebecca Evans is patron of several charities, among them Shelter Cymru, Ty Hapus and Music in Hospitals Cymru/Wales.
Professor Julie Williams is one of the UK's leading figures in Alzheimer's research and plays a key role in the Medical Research Council (MRC) Centre on Neuropsychiatric Genetics and Genomics at Cardiff University in Cardiff.
Sir Graham Henry is a New Zealand rugby union coach, former head coach of the All Blacks. He finished his All Blacks career in 2011 and one of the most successful rugby coaches of all time, coaching the All Blacks to an incredible 88 wins in 103 tests!
Adrian Anthony Gill is a British writer and critic born in Edingburgh. He works for The Sunday Times as a restaurant reviewer and is also a television critic. Adrian also works at Vanity Fair as a restaurant reviewer.
Fiona Phillips is a well known journalist and television presenter, best known for her presenting roles with GMTV, the popular ITC Breakfast show.
Sophie Evans was born and raised in Tonypandy, Rhondda and now enjoys a glittering career in London's West End. Famously, Sophie has played the lead role of Dorothy in Lord Andrew Lloyd-Webber's London Palladium show.