Gary is a Hampshire man, born in Emsworth, lived in Waterlooville, and educated in Purbrook, Havant and journalism at Highbury College, PHB Portsmouth Hospital Broadcasting was his first on air experience, along with mobile discos. “I used to love going round the wards, meeting patents and then playing their music requests from 9-10pm that same […]
Phil has been around radio for more than 30 years. Phil became part of the team that launched the 1st Victory FM RSL (28 day restricted Service Licence)...
Bob Bruce was the voice of the iconic Soundcheck radio show during the Radio Victory on 95.6Mhz days
Richard first pressed his lips to a microphone back in 1982, when he started his deejay career at the ‘Sunday Bop’ at the Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose in Cornwall. He became a DJ there on and off until 1993.
A volunteer turned presenter for Radio Victory in the early days and a passionate supporter to get it back up and running with a series of RSL's in the 90's. Pompey born but live from Seattle, it's Kevin Huffer.
Natalie first got involved with Radio Radio Victory during their second short term FM licence in the early 90's
Michelle has broadcast all over the world during her time with The British Forces Broadcasting Service, but put down roots on the south coast almost 25 years ago. She’s been on multiple radio stations in the area over the years and was also a presenter for ITV Meridian’s award-winning series, Looking For Love. For the […]
Like every job and hobby he has ever had, David ended up in radio by accident. When most kids were doing a paper round (remember those) a 14 year old David was in the local radio station answering phones and filling in music logs. Always interested in the technical side of radio, colour blindness prevented him becoming an engineer […]
Born in Portsmouth, lived in Gosport. Married Sue after meeting her on a Radio Victory RSL in 1995. Have family including grown up children and one grandson living in the area. First thoughts of radio, aged 11, after my RE teacher loved my ‘News at Ten’ mimic when doing a ‘Christmas story’ sketch. Joined Portsmouth […]
Neil joined Victory in 1983 to present the Saturday evening show, before landing the Monday to Friday 6pm to 8.30pm slot and Saturday breakfast. He presented the last ever breakfast show on the station before the famous final broadcast! After Victory he presented at stations across the south including 210 in Reading and Southern Sound […]
Stuart has been in Hampshire since the age of 7. Educated at Ditcham Park in South Harting, he studied Media Studies at Highbury College and gained work experience at both MTV and Radio 1 in the 90s. Behind the mic for the first time at Portsmouth Hospital Broadcasting, he joined Radio Victory in 1996, producing […]
Since he strummed his sister’s tennis racquet & sang his first George Formby song, musical entertainment has never been far away from Shep Woolley’s life. At six he was the leading light of the infant’s school choir. At nine the chief shepherd in the church nativity play (He didn’t watch the flocks all night, because […]