Jeremy Vine presents Panorama on BBC1. He combines this role with his BBC Radio 2 programme, The Jeremy Vine Show for which he was awarded a Silver Sony Speech Broadcaster of the Year Award 2006.
Jeremy hosted The Politics Show on BBC1 and two series of interviews - the first with pop stars, the second with actors - entitled Jeremy Vine Meets¦.again for BBC1. Jeremy hosted Page Turners, a daytime book club programme for BBC 1. Formerly he presented Newsnight on BBC 1 and was the BBC's Political Correspondent based at Millbank. Prior to that, he was their African Correspondent based in Johannesburg.
During his time at Durham University Jeremy studied English and presented on Metro Radio in the middle of the night. His career in journalism began as a trainee at the Coventry Evening Telegraph. He supports Chelsea Football Club avidly, and is a popular choice on the corporate circuit.
Most recently Jeremy was just confirmed as one of the contestants on the new series of Strictly Come Dancing.
"Jeremy was a pleasure to work with! He joined us for dinner, and was a good choice for the event... Jeremy had the Hedge Fund crowd all very attentive!" Incisive Media - Jeremy hosted the Hedge Fund Review Awards - November 2013
Very experienced radio and TV presenter. Jeremy now presents The Jeremy Vine Show on Channel 5, alongside his own daily R2 show for which he was won a Sony Award (radio's Oscars).
Gavin Esler is an award winning television and radio broadcaster, writer and journalist. A former member of the Newsnight presenting team. He also anchored BBC News 24 since 1997 and reported for news and documentary programmes across Europe, Russia, China and North and South America.
Andrew Marr presents Radio 4's Start the Week and Sunday AM on BBC1. He is the BBC's former Political Editor before handing over to Nick Robinson.
Former No 10 Spin Doctor for Tony Blair and prolific writer, having published his diaries and books on mental health. A regular contributor to the media, he has talked openly about his depression and the mental breakdown he suffered in his late twenties. Currently editor at large of The New European, and keen remainer/soft Brexit campaigner.