In the early 1990s, she presented on Children's BBC and on SMart, and had her own show, Josie, on Channel 5.
She presented a number of high-profile programmes including the Bigger Breakfast (a spinoff from The Big Breakfast) and Top of the Pops.
She has also worked in radio, as a co-presenter of "The .
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She and Cerys Matthews hosted the Children in Need section for Wales. D'Arby was name-checked in the You Tube hit video by M. Delany "Newport (Ymerodraeth State of Mind)" with the explanation: "Yes, it's strange, we didn't know either – Thank you Wikipedia." She appeared in the 2011 video for the song, along with several other Welsh celebrities, made for Comic Relief.
She worked closely with Survivors Fund (SURF), a charity that supports survivors of the Rwandan genocide of 1994.
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She appeared in "The Games Champion of Champions", helping finalists from series 1 of The Games, to win this competition.In Summer 2012, d'Arby was one of 8 core walkers who walked 200 miles from South to North Wales in aid of Wales Air Ambulance charity.She was a celebrity ambassador for the British Red Cross for whom she has travelled to both South Africa and Cambodia and been a guest speaker at their national assembly.Therefore, this site has no control over the copyright issues of the streaming media.All issues concerning copyright violations should be aimed at the sites hosting the material.Recently, she has been a presenter on BBC Young Musician of the Year, BBC Cardiff Singer of the World BBC Songs of Praise and BBC Choir of the Year.