Toni Phillips, 29, lives in Southsea and works as a voice-over artist and DJ for south coast radio station Capital. Here she recalls some of her fondest childhood memories.
· What’s your earliest childhood memory?
Running up the hall at my nan’s house and splitting my forehead open. I’ve still got the scar. I was probably about three or four.
· What do you remember about your birthdays?
I always had a party and remember that I wore princess-style floaty dresses with bells in the petticoats!
· How was school?
I loved the social side but not so much the work. I liked having an older brother a few years ahead of me when I finally went to big school.
· What did you get up to with your friends?
We used to pretend we were girl bands like the Spice Girls and All Saints and were always showing off!
· What toys did you play with?
Sylvanian Families, My Little Ponies, Care Bears and dolls. Basically anything girly. I even had pink Micro Machines for when I played with my brother.
· What music did you listen to?
Spice Girls. I was so cool and I used to get all the Now albums too!
· What did you watch on TV?
Mainly Top Of The Pops and SMTV with Ant and Dec.
· Any clothes that stand out in your memory?
A little tartan skirt and a striped playsuit. I wish I still had that playsuit now. It would look well good – if it would still fit!
· What was the naughtiest thing you did?