Journalist, Broadcaster, Former BBC Presenter of Newsnight and Panorama
Jeremy Vine established his reputation as a smooth-talking but tough presenter on Newsnight, 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.
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Jeremy's early career was as a news trainee. His first reporting assignments were on Radio 4's Today programme. He then took up the reins as a political correspondent. Jeremy has won several awards during his career. In 2000, he won the Amnesty International Radio Award and more recently has been recognised for his achievements in the Sony Radio Academy Awards (the equivalent of the radio Oscars). He also presents BBC1's Points of View on Sundays, as well as Eggheads, one of the longest-running quiz shows in British TV history. Jeremy Vine is one of only four presenters in the history of Panorama, the world's oldest current affairs show.
WHAT he OFFERS YOU
Jeremy reveals how news really gets to our screens and his experiences of working for the BBC in assignments that have taken him around the world. His anecdotes of working as a political correspondent are both thought provoking and amusing. He is an excellent corporate host, very effective at question and answer sessions, chairing debates, seminars and award ceremonies as well as presenting in-house videos.
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Jeremy Vine was first class. He is very professional and easy to work with. His speech was topical and well balanced, with some very entertaining references to his TV and radio life.