Vick Hope is a Nigerian-Geordie with a Cambridge degree. She is a multilingual, multi-skilled and multifaceted presenter who has worked in broadcast since she was 19 years old. The Sunday Times Style magazine described her as ‘a new voice of a generation’ after cementing herself as a firm BBC Radio1 favourite. Vick is the only BBC Radio 1 host to currently present three shows in one week. From Monday to Thursday, she co-hosts the popular Drive Time show 'Going Home With Vick And Jordan'; and on Sundays, she co- presents 'Life Hacks', which helps young people navigate topics such as mental health, plus the 'The Official Chart: First Look'.
Vick kicked off 2022 by hosting 'Britain's Best Young Artist' across CBBC and iPlayer with co-host Ricky Wilson. The 8-part series received such high praise from commissioning teams and audiences alike that it's already been recommissioned for a second series. Vicks’ successful BBC Sounds Podcast, 'Songs To Live By', already has two series to its name and this year was nominated for 'Best Podcast' at the NME Awards.
This summer Vick is hosting her very own TV Show ‘Vick Hope’s Breakfast Show’ which airs every Sunday across June and July and see’s guests such as Aitch, Kate Nash and award winning authors such as David Nicholls all come onto the show. Vick brightens up audiences Sunday mornings with her naturally warm personality and sharp wit presenting style.
This year Vick is also hosting the prestigious Women's Prize For Fiction Podcast as well as being back on our screens for a second series of award-winning television series 'HOW'.
Vick is also known for appearing on the BAFTA winning 2018 series of 'Strictly Come Dancing', has written two children's books ‘Shout Out: Use your voice, Save the Day’ and ‘Listen Up: Rule The Airwaves, Rule The School’ and is an Amnesty International Ambassador.