Vic Galloway (BBC Radio Scotland)

Vic Galloway is a broadcaster, journalist, musician and author based in Scotland. With 19 years of experience from 1999 until now, he has presented weekly music programmes for the BBC including over 11 years broadcasting for Radio 1. He continues to broadcast and champion new music on BBC Radio Scotland every week and regularly on BBC 6Music and the World Service, alongside documentaries for various radio and TV networks. As a journalist, Vic has written for CLASH, Gigwise, The Skinny, The List, The Times and Sunday Herald. He is also a musician, DJ, curator and event host. His first book ‘Songs in the Key of Fife’ (about The Beta Band, King Creosote, KT Tunstall, James Yorkston & the Fence Collective) was published 2013 and was well received. His most recent book, ‘Rip It Up – The Story of Scottish Pop’ was published successfully in collaboration with the National Museum of Scotland in 2018, accompanying the major exhibition and TV series of the same name.

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