Fiona Phillips was born on January 1, 1961 in Canterbury, Kent, England. She is a famous journalist, broadcaster and Television presenter.
The family later moved to Southampton where Phillips completed her schooling at Millbrook Community School. After leaving school, Phillip's worked for a short time at Mr Kipling's Bakery in Eastleigh, near Southampton. Fiona graduated from the University of Birmingham with a BA (Hons) in English; she also undertook a PGC in journalism.
Phillips started her career in independent radio working for local stations County Sound in Surrey, Hereward Radio and Radio Mercury in Sussex as a reporter.Phillips is hosting a show on Smooth Radio in the 2-5pm slot every Sunday, starting from Easter Sunday, March 23, 2008.. And on March 13, 2008, Phillips, who
is the Age Concern Ambassador, presented the Age Concern Grandparent Of The Year 2008, which took place in the Houses of Parliament.
Why is she famous?
She is a famous journalist.
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