Sean Fletcher


Sean Fletcher is a journalist who represents modern Britain, combining his nose for a story, with an engaging warmth on camera. Thanks to his multicultural heritage and personable broadcasting style, Sean frequently reaches a wide range of audiences. This is best illustrated by his versatility, fronting programmes like the BBC’s Countryfile, Panorama, ITV’s Good Morning Britain and the BBC1 ethical debate show, Sunday Morning Live.

Sean went to school in Essex, and following his degree in Geography from King’s College in London, Sean trained as a Music Producer before beginning a career in Journalism in Cardiff for BBC Radio Wales.

Sean’s broadcasting ability spans across topics, as he presents from national events like the First World War Armistice Centenary programme, The Royal Wedding and the Lord Mayor’s Show. Future projects include a podcast series on fame and celebrity called Almost Anchorman. He has been the face of a number of documentaries and current affairs broadcasts covering a broad range of subjects. These include mental health in Panorama: Kids In Crisis, an investigation into child mental health services, the abolition of the slave trade and the impact of Britain’s growing mixed-race population.

Sean gained journalistic experience on the BBC, as the face of sport on BBC One’s Weekend 10 O’Clock News and BBC World News. Journalism is a crucial part of his presenting style, particularly on Sunday Morning Live and BBC London’s Inside Out. Sean has also spent time at BBC Breakfast, Sky News and Sky Sports News. Sean was at the forefront of the BBC’s coverage of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, and regularly reported from the Six Nations Championship, Wimbledon, Grand National, London Olympics, Glasgow Commonwealth Games, 2015 Rugby World Cup and The Tour de France. As a journalist, he has specialised in a variety of issues like immigration, people trafficking, prostitution, fatherhood, ethnicity, identity, and knife crime.

Sean is an ambassador for the mental health charity, YoungMinds. In the past, he has ran the London Marathon and won Celebrity Mastermind on behalf of the charity. He took part in the first series of Bryony Gordon’s Mad World Podcast with his son, who suffers from OCD, to raise awareness for the condition. He is also an ambassador for Bowel Cancer UK, for whom he raised £30,000 by winning ITV’s All Star Mr & Mrs with his wife.

To book Sean Fletcher to make a personal appearance at your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.

When at corporate events, Sean is known to cover the following topics:

  • Drive & Determination
  • Peak Performance
  • Overcoming Adversity
  • Multicultural Heritage
  • Presenting & Broadcasting
  • British Journalism & TV