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Victoria Hollins arrived in London after growing up in Belgium and the Netherlands. She “crossed the newsroom” to work in TV after five years as a reporter and newsreader at BBC London 94.9FM.┬áVictoria Hollins studied at the British School in the Netherlands and the British School of Brussels, before studying at the University of Birmingham from 1995. She then did a post graduate diploma in Journalism at Cardiff University.

Victoria Hollins 40 joined the BBC in 1999 on their journalistic training scheme, working on local BBC radio stations, then as a news presenter on BBC Radio Five Live. She spent five years at BBC London 94.9, before joining the BBC London News on TV.

She says: “The best bit of the job is getting to report different stories every day, and interviewing everyone from people in the pub to leading politicians. It’s a privilege to get access to parts of the capital that few people ever get to see – like the top of Big Ben or the red carpet in Leicester Square.”

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