He said he 'regrets his past behaviour and is very sorry for the hurt it has caused.'
'He strongly denies any inappropriate contact.'
‘Songs Of Praise’ presenter Aled Jones will not appear on the BBC while the corporation investigates an allegation of sexual
The Cathedral is very near the arena where the tragedy occurred.
‘Songs of Praise’ will pay its own tribute to the victims of Monday night’s bombing in Manchester, and those who sought to
Aled has been a star since he was 14.
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People of faith have responded to criticism of BBC religious series Songs of Praise after it was revealed the programme will
Aled Jones and Lorriane Kelly on 'Daybreak' However, it's been revealed that despite a number of changes following the axing
Lorraine Kelly has insisted 'Daybreak' is in good health but says there's still 'a long way to go' with the ITV1 breakfast
Clare Balding is to join BBC Radio 2, replacing regular Sunday morning host Aled Jones who is leaving his show. Balding, who
Daybreak's relaunch with Lorraine Kelly and Aled Jones was seen by 400,000 fewer viewers than tuned in to see the programme
Daybreak viewers woke up to two new smiley hosts this morning, as Lorraine Kelly and Aled Jones took over presenting duties
Lorraine Kelly and Aled Jones will start as hosts of ITV's Daybreak from 3 September, it has been confirmed. In the latest
Aled Jones is incredibly well-loved and has been a presence on our screens since he was a child star and international chorister. Who cannot remember Walking in the Air and his cherubic, angelic little face, crooked teeth and sensible hair-cut?
Aled Jones has been named as the co-host of ITV's Daybreak, alongside Lorraine Kelly. The radio presenter and Songs of Praise