Dean Powell enjoys a first-class reputation as a guest speaker in a wide variety of events ranging from after-dinner appearances and public lectures.

An award-winning journalist, with years of experience as a newspaper editor and broadcaster, Dean is also an accomplished author and Welsh historian. For more than twenty years Dean has regularly appeared on all manner of radio and television programmes, from documentaries and religious shows to news bulletins and chat shows. .

As an after-dinner speaker, Dean has shared the platform with actors Glyn Houston and Philip Madoc, entertainers Wyn Calvin and Beverley Humphreys, broadcasters Katie Adie, Nicholas Owen and Roy Noble and sportsmen Phil Steele, Rick O’Shea, FA Cup Referee Clive Thomas and World Cup winner Nobby Styles and the Association of Former Players of Manchester United.Dean and queen

Dean remains in particular demand as a speaker in presentation dinners and annual sports events in south Wales, along with guest appearances in Welsh evenings throughout the UK where his quick-witted style and enchanting Welsh humour has endeared him to hundreds of audiences.

Anecdotes of interviews given with the likes of Hollywood greats Gregory Peck and Joan Fontaine, Sir Richard Attenborough and Richard Todd along with American TV star Larry Hagman and icon Sir Tom Jones, have allowed Dean a plethora of humorous tales.

Following a career in local and national newspapers, including roles as literary editor of Western Mail and broadcasting with BBC Radio Wales, Dean has guest-lectured to journalism courses at several universities.

For the past decade Dean has enjoyed a successful career as a guest speaker for all manner of organisations throughout the UK.

As the author of a series of history books, the subject and themes of his lectures vary to reflect the audience he appears before. However, he is best known for his lectures on the famed Welsh surgeon Dr William Price, of whom his biography is considered unequalled. 

With appearances before the Royal College of Surgeons, the Rt Hon Cymmrodorion and several hundred organisations closer to home, audiences are always ensured an evening to remember.