Jeremy Vine’s award-winning daily programme, The Jeremy Vine Show on BBC Radio 2, is now the most listened-to radio programme in the UK, having overtaken BBC Radio 4’s flagship Today. Along with his daily topical programme on Channel 5 – Jeremy Vine, Jeremy also presents Eggheads and the graphics for all BBC election specials at the helm with David Dimbleby and Emily Maitlis.
Jeremy has also presented Points of View and was one of only four anchors in the history of Panorama, the world’s oldest current affairs show. The others are David Dimbleby, Richard Dimbleby and Sir Robin Day.
His autobiography It’s All News to Me tells the vivid story of 25 years at the BBC in his unmistakably lively and self-deprecating style. In 2017, Jeremy published What I Learnt: What my listeners say and why we should take notice, a memoir punctuated by vivid anecdotes and laugh-out-loud moments. He discusses his Radio 2 show and explains what it’s like to hit a button and hear – totally unvarnished and unspun – the voices of so-called ordinary people. And why they are not so ordinary after all.