She hosted Teen Talent and Twelve and Under, both talent shows with a flair for bringing out the arts. She was also known for hosting other art-themed programming, with one of her best-known interviews of Aldwyn Roberts, the Mighty Kitchener at his home: Rain-o-Rama.
She was also the first weather anchor on Trinidad and Tobago Television (TTT) in 1962. Before that she was at Radio Trinidad, under the rediffusion service known as the b station.
Known for her effusive love of children and the arts, her private life was somewhat less known. She had no children of her own.
Her brother was Cecil Wilson, former head of the Trinidad & Tobago Immigration Department. He died in 1985 of cancer.
She married Dr. Archie Redman in 1988, hyphenating her name to Ward-Redman.
Hazel succumbed to her battle with cancer on October 27th at her home in San Fernando, Trinidad & Tobago. She was 79.