Jeremy Vine is a presenter, broadcaster, author and journalist, known for his vast media career. Jeremy is exceptionally knowledgeable in politics and current affairs. An accomplished, award-winning presenter, Jeremy is an outstanding keynote speaker and conference chair.
His daily programme, The Jeremy Vine Show on Radio 2, is now the most listened-to radio news programme in the UK, having overtaken Radio 4’s flagship Today. He also presents BBC1’s Points of View on Sundays, as well as Eggheads, a teatime staple which is now one of the longest-running quiz shows in British TV history. In 2015 Jeremy donned his dancing shoes and took to the Strictly Come Dancing stage as a contestant in the show’s 13th series, jiving, quickstepping and cha-chaing his way through to the eighth week.
Jeremy Vine studied English Lit at Durham University, then in 1986 began his career as a trainee reporter at the Coventry Evening Telegraph, in the days of manual typewriters and hot metal presses, when the CET sold more copies than the Independent does now. After that he was a BBC news trainee, Today reporter (he was ambushed by rebels in Croatia and nearly died), political correspondent during the nineties, Africa correspondent based in Johannesburg, and Newsnight presenter ― the most frightening assignment of all, working alongside the legendary Jeremy Paxman.
Jeremy Vine was named Speech Broadcaster of the Year at the Sony Awards in 2005 and 2011 and won Interview of the Year for the famous “head-in-hands” moment with Prime Minister Gordon Brown during the 2010 election.
Versatile, energetic and knowledgeable, Jeremy Vine is the perfect choice for any type of event, as host, keynote speaker, or after dinner speaker.
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