TV and Radio Broadcaster Jeremy Vine and Actress Fiona Dolman
We are delighted to announce that radio and TV broadcaster Jeremy Vine will be returning to host the Soldiering On Awards by popular demand! The Jeremy Vine Show on Radio 2 is the most listened-to radio news programme in the UK. Jeremy also presents Eggheads and Points of View, along with election night specials and much more.
Co-host, Actress Fiona Dolman, best known for her role for the past 7 years in Midsomer Murders spent her formative years in the Armed Forces Community as the daughter of a member of the RAF. Fiona also acted in the play, The Guinea Pig Club, about the pioneering burns treatment and support club for Allied Air Crew established in 1941, which she continues to support.
We are delighted to have such great hosts to celebrate our amazing Finalists and Winners!
Jeremy Vine says: @theJeremyVine
“The Soldiering On Awards are a simply huge part of the calendar now. Well-supported by the military and their families, and such a moving and entertaining night — when you see the winners you understand why our armed forces are the best in the world. I am so proud to be a part of them again”
Fiona Dolman says: @FionaDolman
“I came to The Soldiering On Awards through my friendship with the late Jack Perry and Dr Sandy Saunders, members of The Guinea Pig Club who received an award in 2016. I grew up within the Armed Forces family and welcome the chance to celebrate the outstanding achievements of these extraordinary men and women.”
For Further details go to: www.soldieringon.org @SoldierOnAwards