Rhodri Owen faces charges
Television presenter Rhodri Owen is facing charges of careless driving and using threatening words and behaviour.
Owen, 33, who is married to ITV newsreader Lucy Owen, has made no plea to the charges of careless driving and using threatening words and behaviour.
The case first appeared in Cardiff Magistrates' Court on Monday. Both of the alleged offences are said to have happened on September 2 this year.
The presenter's case was adjourned for him to reappear in Cardiff Magistrates' Court on January 9.
Owen, from Meiros Valley, Llanharan, presents BBC Wales' flagship consumer programme X-Ray.
A spokesman for BBC Wales declined to comment on Owen's court case.
Owen tied the knot with his wife at St Andrew's Church in St Andrews Major near Dinas Powys in June last year.
He was born and raised in the Gower, near Swansea, and began his career with S4C before presenting CBBC's consumer show Short Change.
As well as presenting investigative consumer show X-Ray, Owen is known to television viewers as the host of BBC3's Liquid Assets, ITV's travel show Wish You Were Here and BBC1's Hard Cash.
He has also worked for Radio Cymru, Radio 5 Live and hosts S4C's Noc Noc. His potted biography on his agent's website describes him as 'a keen car enthusiast and experienced rally driver'.