Vick Hope

A Nigerian-Geordie with a Cambridge degree, Vick is a multilingual, multi-skilled and multifaceted young presenter making waves in the multi-platform world of broadcast.
For Vick, it all began at the age of 19, when she spent a year living in Buenos Aires, covering Latin American current affairs, arts and culture for The Argentina Independent as their youngest ever journalist. She also wrote for The Argentimes and Time Out Buenos Aires, and it was here that she was snapped up by MTV, beginning her presenting career on entertainment shows for their international channels.

Experience gained reporting for MTV News brought her to the attention of one of the world’s leading news organisations, ITN, where she’s quickly made her mark as a popular on-screen news and entertainment broadcaster. Vick is now a mainstay reporter for ITN, where she produces, scripts, edits and presents news and entertainment bulletins, reaching an audience of 4.3million a week across ITV2, 3 and 4.

Vick can now be found presenting London’s biggest breakfast show on Capital FM with Roman Kemp every morning, 4Musics Trending Live and was a contestant on last years BBC1’s most popular show Strictly Come Dancing. This year Vick will be narrating the return of the very popular reality show Shipwrecked due to air on E4.

Alongside all her media work, Vick is a tireless human rights activist and campaigner. Last year Vick MC-ed at the Women’s March, an event she described as one her proudest moments. She is also an Amnesty International Ambassador for their Women Breaking Barriers campaign, and volunteers at a weekly refugee project, working with children from asylum seeking families.