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Jeremy talks to the people who make the headlines.

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Talking to the people who make the news. Phone the Comment Line free on 0500 288291 or the Question Line free on 0800 022022.

Jeremy talks to former government advisor, Derek Draper about mid-life depression. Plus, continuing the Radio 2 Music Club, Jeremy will be launching Music to Change Your Life.

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Brian Hayes sits in for Jeremy Vine, talking to the people who make the news. Phone the Comment Line free on 0500 288291 or the Question Line free on 0800 022022.

Jeremy Vine presents his weekday Radio 2 show live from the Total Oil Rig.

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Journalist Paul Morley joins Jeremy to discuss the final of the show's 'greatest opening line in rock'. Phone the Comment Line free on 0500 288291 or the Question Line free on 0800 022022.

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Psychotherapist Brett Kahr provides a comprehensive guide on how to enjoy modern life and be happy. Today he kicks off our first monthly topic, Families and relationships.

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As part of Radio 2 in Liverpool Jeremy Vine broadcasts his weekday current affairs programme live from Mendips - the house where John Lennon lived.

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Talking to the people who make the news. Brett Kahr joins Jeremy to look at family relationships. Phone the Comment Line free on 0500 288291 or the Question Line free on 0800 022022.

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As part of the Faith In the World season, Jeremy chairs a live debate with leading voices from the faith communities of Britain with comments from the listeners.

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Jeremy reviews highlights from 2004. Phone the Comment Line free on 0500 288291 or the Question Line free on 0800 022022.

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Jeremy is joined by the leader of the British National Party, Nick Griffin. Plus an election special on pensions with representatives from the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democratic parties.

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Jeremy is in Edinburgh where he'll be speaking to the leader of the SNP, Alex Salmond, and finding out whether Scotland gets a better deal than England in areas like tax and services.

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Talking to the people who make the news. Phone the Comment Line free on 0500 288291 or the Question Line free on 0800 022022.

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Brian Hayes sits in for Jeremy Vine, talking to the people who make the news. Phone the Comment Line free on 0500 288291 or the Question Line free on 0800 022022.

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Jeremy Vine presents his weekday Radio 2 show live from the Total Oil Rig.

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Talking to the people who make the news. Phone the Comment Line free on 0500 288 291 or the Question Line free on 0800 022 022.

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Talking to the people who make the news. Phone the Comment Line free on 0500 288291 or the Question Line free on 0800 022 022.

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More from the Children in Need appeal.

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Jeremy discusses epilepsy with Doctor Sarah Jarvis. Phone the Comment Line free on 0500 288291 or the Question Line free on 0800 022022.

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Tim Marshall sits in for Jeremy Vine and talks to the people who make the news. Phone the Comment Line free on 0500 288291 or the Question Line free on 0800 022022.

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Talking to the people who make the news. Phone the Comment Line free on 0500 288291 or the Question Line free on 0800 022022.

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Jeremy talks to former government advisor, Derek Draper about mid-life depression. Plus, continuing the Radio 2 Music Club, Jeremy will be launching Music to Change Your Life.

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Jeremy launches BBC Radio 2's latest Life2Live campaign Respect Your Elders. Phone the Comment Line free on 0500 288291 or the Question Line free on 0800 022022.

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Jeremy discusses parents acceptance of a gay son or daughter. Phone the Comment Line free on 0500 288291 or the Question Line free on 0800 022022.

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Brian sits in for Jeremy Vine, talking to the people who make the news. Phone the Comment Line free on 0500 288291 or the Question Line free on 0800 022022.

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Talking to the people who make the news.

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As part of Radio 2's Live2Live campaign Teens and Mental Health, Jeremy is joined by Radio 2 doctor Sarah Jarvis to examine self-harm among young people.

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Julian Worricker sits in for Jeremy Vine, and talks to the people who make the headlines.

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Julian Worricker sits in for Jeremy. Talking to the people who make the headlines.

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Talking to the people who make the headlines. Featuring Radio 2's latest Life2Live campaign - Living With HIV.

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Radio 2 continues its annual Music Marathon for Children in Need.

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Country by country, this special programme aims to chart a perfect 'ring around the world', speaking down the line to our listeners overseas.

From Calgary to Cape Town; and from Bermuda to Beijing, we'll be asking Radio 2's ex-pat listeners what the best thing is about their chosen country of residence, and finding out what they miss most about life in Britain.

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Jeremy presents the show's annual Remembering Our Troops special. Canon Roger Royle joins him to read Christmas messages of love and support from listeners to their loved ones serving overseas and from servicemen and women to their families in Britain.

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Talking to the people who make the headlines.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

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Jeremy takes a look at identity theft in Your Money and Your Life.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

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In Your Money and Your Life, Jeremy talks about renewing wedding vows.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

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Jeremy is joined by Rabbi Julia Neuberger to discuss child suicides.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

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Secretary of State for Health Alan Johnson joins Jeremy to answer questions on the NHS.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

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Jeremy discusses the overprescription of drugs with Dr Sarah Jarvis.

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In Health Hour, Jeremy discusses claustrophobia with author Andrea Perry.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

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Jeremy asks listeners who have moved to France to discuss their experiences.

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Jeremy discusses the causes of itching, and the best ways to deal with them.

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Foreign Secretary David Miliband debates Britain's role in the EU and in Afghanistan.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

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In Your Money and Your Life, Jeremy and Martin Lewis want to know 'what's in your wallet'?

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Talking to the people who make the headlines. In Health Hour, Jeremy discusses therapy.

Talking to the people who make the headlines. In Health Hour, Jeremy discusses therapy.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

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Jeremy is joined by psychologist Dr Tanya Byron as part of Radio 2's latest Life2Live campaign, Let's Talk about Sex. The aim is to encourage parents to talk to their children about sex, love and relationships. Jeremy also talks to women who have no regrets about being teenage mums.

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Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the best way to talk to children about sex, as Radio 2 continues its latest Life2Live campaign, Let's Talk about Sex. The aim of the week is to encourage parents to talk to their children about sex, love and relationships. Radio 2's campaign is part of a wider-BBC campaign called Bare Facts.

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It's the launch of the Radio 2's Life2Live campaign '70 Not Out!' Britain is now home to more pensioners than children but, as a society, how do we view mature people? Are they getting a raw deal? Jeremy Vine discusses, with the BBC's Home Editor Mark Easton, the results of a poll looking at our attitudes towards the elderly.

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As part of Radio 2's Life2Live campaign '70 Not Out!', Angela Rippon joins Jeremy. They talk to listeners about the stories they have discovered from elderly relatives.

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As part of Radio 2's Life2Live campaign '70 Not Out!', Jeremy asks: 'Is putting your elderly parents in a care home shirking your responsibilities?'.

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As part of Radio 2's Life2Live campaign '70 Not Out!', Jeremy is joined by Emma Soames, Editor of Saga Magazine. They talk to pensioners who are young at heart and making the most of retirement.

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As part of Radio 2's Life2Live campaign '70 Not Out!', Jeremy is joined by money saving expert Martin Lewis for his tips on surviving financially as a pensioner.

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Jeremy presents his show live from Leeds. Amongst the big news stories, he discusses the impact on the local community when a large shopping centre opens.

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Jeremy continues the Radio 2 Children in Need marathon which hands over to BBC TV at 7.00pm.

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Jeremy dedicates the last hour of the show to troops serving overseas.

Featuring Troops Tuesday: Jeremy reads messages from families in the UK to their loved ones serving overseas and speaks to troops in Afghanistan about how they spend Christmas Day.

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Talking to the people who make the headlines.

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Jeremy is joined by Mike Truman, who gives top tax advice.

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Matthew Bannister sits in for Jeremy Vine, talking to the people who make the headlines.

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Chief Constable of North Wales Police Richard Brunstrom co-hosts the show with Jeremy.

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Exploring the issues of the day and talking to the people making the headlines.

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Psychologist Oliver James joins Jeremy, talking to listeners whose partners have taken up gambling due to the credit crunch.

Jeremy talks to psychologist Oliver James about people gambling due to the credit crunch.

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Matthew Bannister sits in for Jeremy Vine, talking to the people who make the headlines.

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Talking to the people who make the headlines.

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Talking to the people who make the headlines.

Topics covered: B&Q Burglar Alarms, the Italian earthquake, stressed sheep, and scratching

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Talking to the people making the headlines.

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Matthew Bannister sits in for Jeremy Vine, talking to the people making the headlines.

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Matthew Bannister sits in for Jeremy Vine. Discussing the suspension of a policeman after the G20 protests; defending your property; faith at work and the Hillsborough disaster.

Matthew Bannister sits in for Jeremy Vine. Topics covered include faith at work.

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Matthew Bannister sits in for Jeremy Vine, talking to the people making the headlines.

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Jeremy discusses the headlines of the day and plays great music.

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Join Jeremy for news, views and guests.

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With music and the most important news stories.

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Jeremy discusses the Budget, scrapping your old car for 2000 pounds, prostate cancer and celebrates St George's Day with the Archbishop of York.

Discussing the Budget, scrapping cars, prostate cancer and St George's Day.

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With Your Money or Your Life.

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Jeremy discusses the headlines of the day and plays great music.

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Join Jeremy for news, views and guests.

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With music and the most important news stories.

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With music and debate.

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Discussing the age children should start school, replacement buses for trains, the 30th anniversary of Margaret Thatcher's rise to power, and the father who delivered his child.

Discussing the school age, replacement buses, Margaret Thatcher and childbirth.

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With news, discussion and music.

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As part of Radio 2's Love Where You Live campaign, Jeremy is joined by the BBC's Home Editor, Mark Easton. He'll discuss how the local community has changed in the UK and reveal the friendliest town. Jeremy also speaks to listeners who have lived in the same house for most of their life.

Jeremy is joined by Mark Easton to reveal the UK's 'friendliest town'.

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As Radio 2's Love Where You Live campaign continues Jeremy talks to listeners about neighbour disputes. "My neighbour left this note on my car's windscreen...".

Jeremy Vine talks to listeners about disputes between neighbours.

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As part of Radio 2's Love Where You Live campaign, Jeremy is talking about living in a block of flats and whether they have a sense of community.

Jeremy discusses living in a block of flats and asks if they have a sense of community.

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As part of Radio 2's Love Where You Live campaign, Jeremy's asking if every community should have a youth club.

Jeremy asks if every community should have a youth club.

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As Radio 2's Love Where You Live campaign continues, Jeremy Vine asks whether you should be personally responsible for the pavement outside your house. Jeremy is also joined by Terry Walton, keeper of the Jeremy Vine Show allotment, to discuss the joy of a community allotment and helping neighbours with their gardens.

Jeremy asks who should be responsible for the pavement outside your house.

As part of Radio 2's Love Where You Live campaign Jeremy Vine asks: Should you be personally responsible for the pavement outside your home?

All this week Radio 2's Love Where You Live campaign celebrates the local community. Why not see if you are a good neighbour or not by taking our online quiz at bbc.co.uk/radio2.

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With topical debate and great music.

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With topical debate, guests and music.

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With topical debate and music.

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Talking to the people making the headlines.

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Gabby Logan sits in for Jeremy Vine with topical debate and music.

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Matthew Bannister sits in for Jeremy Vine with topical discussion and great music.

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Matthew Bannister sits in for Jeremy Vine with topical debate and great music.

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Matthew Bannister sits in for Jeremy Vine with topical debate, guests and music.

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Matthew Bannister sits in for Jeremy Vine with topical debate and music.

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With topical discussion and great music.

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With music and lively debate.

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With topical debate on the most important news stories and great music.

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With music and lively debate on the top news stories.

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Join Jeremy for news, views and guests.

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With music and lively debate on the top news stories.

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With lively discussion and music.

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Matthew Bannister sits in for Jeremy Vine with topical discussion and music.

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Matthew Bannister sits in for Jeremy Vine with topical debate, music and guests.

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Matthew Bannister sits in for Jeremy Vine with music and topical debate.

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Matthew Bannister sits in for Jeremy Vine and on A Level results day, he discusses: Should you go to university in times of recession?

Throughout August, BBC Radio 2's Student Essentials will be on hand to offer students, and their parents, advice on what to do after receiving their exam results. You can ask a special advisor your questions through the Radio 2 website bbc.co.uk/radio2 or by phoning the Exams Results Helpline number on 0808 100 8000 [network rates apply].

Matthew Bannister sits in for Jeremy Vine and discusses going to university.

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Matthew Bannister sits in for Jeremy Vine and today he asks: Have you helped your child get into work?

Throughout August, BBC Radio 2's Student Essentials will be on hand to offer students, and their parents, advice on what to do after receiving their exam results. You can ask a special advisor your questions through the Radio 2 website bbc.co.uk/radio2 or by phoning the Exams Results Helpline number on 0808 100 8000 [network rates apply].

Matthew Bannister sits in for Jeremy Vine and talks about school leavers finding work.

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Matthew Bannister sits in for Jeremy Vine with music and topical discussion.

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Jeremy Vine marks the 70th anniversary of the start of the Second World War by looking at the mass evacuation which began on 1 September 1939.

Jeremy looks at the mass evacuation which took place on 1 September 1939.

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With music and topical discussion.

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Join Jeremy for music, lively discussion and to find out what's hot in the news.

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Jeremy discusses the headlines of the day and plays the best music.

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Richard Bacon sits in for Jeremy Vine to discuss the headlines of the day.

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Richard Bacon sits in for Jeremy Vine with news, views and live guests.

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Richard Bacon sits in for Jeremy Vine with music and the most important news stories.

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Richard Bacon sits in for Jeremy Vine with lively debate and music.

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Richard Bacon sits in for Jeremy Vine with music and topical debate.

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Discussing the headlines of the day.

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Jeremy talks to the people who experienced life behind the wall and we hear their memories of the day it fell.

Jeremy is live in Berlin, talking to people who experienced life behind the Berlin Wall.

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Jeremy Vine continues Radio 2's Music Marathon for BBC Children in Need. Call 0500 22 11 22 to pledge money with a chance to hear Jeremy play your favourite song. Calls are free from most landlines. Some networks and mobile operators will charge for your call.

Jeremy Vine continues Radio 2's Music Marathon for Children In Need.

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Join Jeremy for news, views and live guests, with a focus on dementia as part of Radio 2's Living with Dementia campaign.

All this week, as part of Radio 2's Living with Dementia campaign, Jeremy takes a closer look at dementia and what life is like for those people who have the illness, and for their loved ones.

Jeremy is joined by Radio 2's GP, Dr Sarah Jarvis to discuss whether dementia is preventable. Dr Jarvis looks at what things may contribute to dementia, for example lifestyle and diet and debunks the myths. She also weighs up the pros and cons of taking a dementia test.

There will be further sources of information and support for people affected by dementia at bbc.co.uk/radio2. People can share their experiences with others through a special messageboard, or post a question to our experts from the Alzheimer's Society. Support is also available through the Radio 2 helpline 0800 022 022. Calls are free from most landlines. Some networks and mobile operators will charge for these calls.

Join Jeremy for news, views and live guests, with a special focus on dementia.

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Join Jeremy for news, views and live guests, with a focus on dementia as part of Radio 2's Living with Dementia campaign.

All this week, as part of Radio 2's Living with Dementia campaign, Jeremy takes a closer look at dementia and what life is like for those people who have the illness, and for their loved ones.

Jeremy shines a spotlight on the difficulties which arise from caring for a loved one with dementia, and in particular the strain of seeing somebody you love gradually lose their memory. Jeremy discusses this with Sarah Burnard who cared at home for her mother who had dementia.

There will be further sources of information and support for people affected by dementia at bbc.co.uk/radio2. People can share their experiences with others through a special message board or post a question to our experts from the Alzheimer's Society. Support is also available through the Radio 2 helpline 0800 022 022. Calls are free from most landlines. Some networks and mobile operators will charge for these calls.

Join Jeremy for news, views and live guests, with a special focus on dementia.

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Join Jeremy for news, views and live guests, with a focus on dementia as part of Radio 2's Living with Dementia campaign.

All this week, as part of Radio 2's Living with Dementia campaign, Jeremy takes a closer look at dementia and what life is like for those people who have the illness, and for their loved ones. Today he speaks to Edward McLaughlin and Agnes Houston, who both have Alzheimer's, about their hopes and fears for the future.

There will be further sources of information and support for people affected by dementia at bbc.co.uk/radio2. People can share their experiences with others through a special message board or post a question to our experts from the Alzheimer's Society. Support is also available through the Radio 2 helpline 0800 022 022. Calls are free from most landlines. Some networks and mobile operators will charge for these calls.

Join Jeremy for news, views and live guests, with a focus on dementia.

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Join Jeremy for news, views and live guests, with a focus on dementia as part of Radio 2's Living with Dementia campaign.

All this week, as part of Radio 2's Living with Dementia campaign, Jeremy takes a closer look at dementia and what life is like for those people who have the illness, and for their loved ones. Today he talks to the author, Andrea Gillies, about the incredibly difficult decision of whether to continue visiting a relative with dementia, who doesn't remember who you are.

There will be further sources of information and support for people affected by dementia at bbc.co.uk/radio2. People can share their experiences with others through a special message board or post a question to our experts from the Alzheimer's Society. Support is also available through the Radio 2 helpline 0800 022 022. Calls are free from most landlines. Some networks and mobile operators will charge for these calls.

Join Jeremy for news, views and live guests, with a focus on dementia.

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Join Jeremy for news, views and live guests, with a focus on dementia as part of Radio 2's Living with Dementia campaign.

All this week, as part of Radio 2's Living with Dementia campaign, Jeremy takes a closer look at dementia and what life is like for those people who have the illness, and for their loved ones. Today Jeremy is joined by Professor Mary Gilhooly and discusses the financial abuse of elderly people with dementia.

There will be further sources of information and support for people affected by dementia at bbc.co.uk/radio2. People can share their experiences with others through a special message board or post a question to our experts from the Alzheimer's Society. Support is also available through the Radio 2 helpline 0800 022 022. Calls are free from most landlines. Some networks and mobile operators will charge for these calls.

Join Jeremy for news, views and live guests, with a focus on dementia.

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Playing the best music and keeping you up to date with the most important news stories.

With music and the most important news stories.

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Jeremy discusses the headlines of the day and plays the best music.

With music and discussion of the headlines of the day.

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Jeremy dedicates the final hour of his show to British Forces serving overseas in his annual Remembering The Troops Christmas special. The show will broadcast simultaneously on the British Forces Broadcasting Service, including the recently launched BFBS Radio Afghanistan, based at Camp Bastion.

Jeremy Vine is joined by Radio 2's very own Canon Roger Royle to read out messages of love and support from families in the UK to their loved ones overseas. He also speaks to the troops in Afghanistan about how they will be spending Christmas Day and reads out some of their messages to families back home.

Jeremy dedicates the final hour of his show to British Forces serving overseas.

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Fern Britton sits in for Jeremy Vine with topical debate and music.

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Fern Britton sits in for Jeremy Vine with news, views and live guests.

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Fern Britton sits in for Jeremy Vine with lively debate and music.

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Fern Britton sits in for Jeremy with lively debate and music.

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Paddy O'Connell sits in for Jeremy Vine with news, views and live guests.

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Paddy discusses the Edlington attack, we ask if you suffer from body odor, are Polish immigrants leaving the UK and finally we ask do you love toothpicks?

Paddy discusses the Edlington attack, body odor, Polish immigrants and toothpicks.

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Jeremy asks should people work beyond 65, discusses swimmers showering naked at their local pool, atheists sending their children to Christian schools and being ambidextrous.

Jeremy discusses working beyond 65, showering, atheism and being ambidextrous.

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Jeremy discusses the UK emerging from the recession, our liberal views on homosexuality, Kay Gilderdale's mercy killing of her daughter and finally we talk about potholes.

Jeremy discusses the recession, homosexuality, mercy killings and potholes.

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Anita Rani sits in for Jeremy Vine with news, views and live guests.

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Anita Rani sits in for Jeremy Vine with news, views and live guests.

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For lively debate and all the best music join Jeremy between 1200 and 1400. As part of Radio 2's Get Connected campaign, Jeremy catches up with Valerie Basson, a listener who he recently helped get onto the internet for the first time, live on his show. Jeremy talks to Valerie about how she has been getting on with the internet since.

All this month, Radio 2's Get Connected campaign is helping you get online and understand technology better. If you're not online but would like to be, then help is at hand! You can order our free Radio 2 Get Connected booklet containing information on the best way to get started online and where to get further help. Phone the BBC Advice Line on 08000 150 950.

Lines are open from 8am - 10pm, 7 days a week. Calls are free from a BT landline but mobile phone charges may vary. You can also speak to advisors who will be able to give you details of centres and courses in your area where you can learn how to get online and use the internet.

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Jane Hill sits in for Jeremy Vine with news, views and live guests.

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Jeremy Vine celebrates poetry this week to mark National Poetry Day on Thursday 7 October. Every day, Jeremy hosts discussions, listens to readings and explores, with his listeners, the unique potential for poetry to touch and change lives.

Each day's programme focuses on a different theme and poetry's ability to move, excite or comfort people, whether they are experiencing intense joy, grief, heart-stopping or gut-wrenching turmoil or pleasure. Subjects covered include love, war, death, places and children.

Each lunchtime this week, a listener will share their meaningful poem and explains its particular appeal and personal relevance. Listeners are invited to join the discussion on what makes poetry so special and powerful in today's busy, multi-media world. The programme has two in-house poets, Mr Gee and Lucy Berry, who will each write a poem to match the subject of the day during the show.

DJ, poet and presenter for Radio 4's Bespoken Word, Mr Gee uses his African and Caribbean roots and hip hop DJ background to craft his unique lyrical style. Former poet-in-residence for The Jeremy Vine Show, Lucy Berry writes vividly, passionately and sometimes angrily about the pressures and pleasures of modern life. Their poems will be uploaded at the end of the show to: bbc.co.uk/radio2 and listeners are also invited to submit their own poetry. Other online activity includes a specially filmed masterclass in poetry writing by Mr Gee.

Jeremy says, 'I had a poetry moment when I was at college. I suddenly realised I loved what I was reading - mainly Philip Larkin at that time. Nowadays TV and movies and the web have demolished attention spans and distracted us, but I think poetry is great for the internet age: it's short and pithy. So bring it on, Radio 2!'.

Jeremy hosts lively topical discussions, music and this week he's celebrating poetry.

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Jeremy discusses ADHD, we talk about a man who protected his home from vandals, we discuss the decline of the Irish economy and finally we talk about a lovers lane in Surrey.

Jeremy discusses ADHD, vandalism, the Irish economy and a lovers lane.

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Jeremy discusses the headlines of the day and plays the best music. As part of First Click on Radio 2, Jeremy hears from a listener, Valerie Basson from the Rhondda Valley, who he helped get online for the first time live on his show in March. Jeremy finds out how being connected to the internet has changed her life. Jeremy also speaks to the guardian of the Jeremy Vine Show allotment, Terry Walton, about how he uses the internet to share his gardening knowledge and Jeremy is joined by the veteran football commentator Stuart Hall who has learned how to use the internet in the past few weeks.

First Click is a campaign running across the BBC encouraging the estimated 9.2 million people in the UK who do not have access to the internet to take the first steps to get online. As part of the BBC's First Click campaign, Radio 2 will spend a week encouraging its listeners to get online for the first time or show someone else how to use a computer.

If you're not online but would like to be, then phone the BBC First Click Advice Line on 08000 150 950 to find a beginners' computer course in your local area. Calls are free from most landlines. Some networks and mobile operators will charge for these calls.

If you already know how to use a computer, then share your knowledge with a friend or relative and help them get online. There's more information and advice on the website including videos of presenters such as Terry Wogan, Ken Bruce, Jeremy Vine and Simon Mayo explaining more about how to use the internet.

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Playing the best music and keeping you up to date with the most important news stories.

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For lively debate and all the best music join Jeremy between 1200 and 1400.

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Join Jeremy for news, views and live guests between 1200 and 1400.

The internet has given us endless opportunities for communication and creativity, and unlimited access to entertainment and education. But as is it really a force for good in the world? As part of First Click on Radio 2, Jeremy discusses this question with technology critic Bill Thompson and speaks to listeners about their views.

First Click is a campaign running across the BBC encouraging the estimated 9.2 million people in the UK who do not have access to the internet to take the first steps to get online. As part of the BBC's First Click campaign, Radio 2 will spend a week encouraging its listeners to get online for the first time or show someone else how to use a computer.

If you're not online but would like to be, then phone the BBC First Click Advice Line on 08000 150 950 to find a beginners' computer course in your local area. Calls are free from most landlines. Some networks and mobile operators will charge for these calls.

If you already know how to use a computer, then share your knowledge with a friend or relative and help them get online. There's more information and advice on the website including videos of presenters such as Terry Wogan, Ken Bruce, Jeremy Vine and Simon Mayo explaining more about how to use the internet.

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For lively debate and all the best music join Jeremy between 1200 and 1400.

From the awe-inspiring to the jaw-dropping, the internet opens up a window on the world. As part of First Click on Radio 2, Jeremy Vine hears from listeners about the most incredible thing they've seen online and is joined by the author David Whitehouse who describes the internet as "a ringside seat to the universe".

First Click is a campaign running across the BBC encouraging the estimated 9.2 million people in the UK who do not have access to the internet to take the first steps to get online. As part of the BBC's First Click campaign, Radio 2 will spend a week encouraging its listeners to get online for the first time or show someone else how to use a computer.

If you're not online but would like to be, then phone the BBC First Click Advice Line on 08000 150 950 to find a beginners' computer course in your local area. Calls are free from most landlines. Some networks and mobile operators will charge for these calls.

If you already know how to use a computer, then share your knowledge with a friend or relative and help them get online. There's more information and advice on the website including videos of presenters such as Terry Wogan, Ken Bruce, Jeremy Vine and Simon Mayo explaining more about how to use the internet.

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Children In Need continues on Radio 2 with Jeremy Vine and Rolf Harris, with two hours of music, fun and pledges for the Children In Need Appeal. To pledge for requests call 0500 288 291 or go onto the Radio 2 website where there's a pledge form.

Join Jeremy and Rolf Harris for two hours of music and pledges for Children In Need.

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Join Jeremy to find out what's hot in the news, with lively discussion and good music.

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Once again, the Jeremy Vine Show will be 'Remembering the Troops'. During the last hour of his last show before Christmas, Jeremy will be broadcasting not only on BBC Radio 2, but to troops in Afghanistan and around the world on the forces' broadcaster BFBS.

For the sixth consecutive year the Jeremy Vine Show will dedicate the hour to the members of the Armed Forces who are serving overseas, away from their families this Christmas. Jeremy will be joined by Radio 2 Padre, Roger Royle to read out messages of support from families here to their loved ones who are serving overseas, and vice versa. He will also speak to some of those who will be spending Christmas at Camp Bastion in Afghanistan.

Jeremy will be Remembering the Troops after 1pm.

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Jeremy discusses ambulances, Donald Tusk's frankness, male breast cancer and photographs.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

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Jeremy discusses air pollution, Shamima Begum, Deep Brain Stimulation and homelessness.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

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Jeremy discusses Huawei, Islamophobia, Michael Jackson and driving at high speed.

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Jeremy discusses Amber Rudd, Parsons Green, International Women's Day and ravenous swans.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

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Amol and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

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Jeremy discusses Universal Credit, the US border, Andy Murray's retirement and allotments.

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Jeremy discusses benefits, Liam Neeson, What Makes Us Human and Singapore.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Beats And Smears20190305

Jeremy discusses cervical screenings, police on the beat, What Makes Us Human & compasses.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Blood And Soap20190107

Jeremy discusses NHS funding, children, nosebleeds and bars of soap.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Blood And Sunderland20190204

Jeremy discusses Nissan, Venezuela, blood tests and travellers.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Brexit And Bickering Villagers20190212

Jeremy discusses ferries, phone masts, demonstrating outside Parliament and Gordon Banks.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Brexit And Bilge20170425

Jeremy discusses Brexit policies, cruise liner pollution, a freak fire death and Radio 2.

Brexit And Billions20190226

Jeremy discusses house building, sexual abuse, Barbara Windsor's Alzheimer's and Labour.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Brexit And Falling Over20190110

Jeremy discusses Brexit, falling on your face, Jack Shepherd and feeling like a foreigner

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Brexit And Nakedness20190115

Jeremy discusses Brexit advice, unisex changing areas, Brexit options and The Cranberries.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Brexit And Overloading20190108

Jeremy discusses Brexit, car passengers, anti-deportation protesters and housing.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Brexit And Puberty Blockers20190315

Jeremy discusses the New Zealand attacks, Brexit, transgender kids and Terry's allotment.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Brexit And Pulling Teeth20190129

Jeremy discusses Brexit, pigeon culls, DIY dentistry and cleaning up your local beach.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Brexit Ferries And Screens20190104

Jeremy discusses screen time, roads, What Makes Us Human and Brexit ferry firm Seaborne.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Bribes And Painkillers20190304

Jeremy discusses post-Brexit funding, knife crime, painkillers and nesting birds.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

British Humour And Car Crashes20190118

Jeremy discusses Prince Philip's crash, Germans, lyme disease & a 268-mile ultra marathon.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Brutal Interviews And Heartbreak20190201

Jeremy discusses Yemen, weather warnings, George Soros and brutal job interviews.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Cobbles And Anti-social Behaviour20190307

Jeremy discusses dementia care, cobbles, Amber Rudd and public spaces protection orders.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Conflicts And Vegans20190117

Jeremy discusses Brexit, a lone SAS hero, family arguments and turning vegan.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Contraception And Second Chances20190122

Jeremy discusses contraception, a second referendum, sexuality and an angry builder.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Dogging And War20190227

Jeremy discusses potential India-Pakistan conflict, heart transplants, diets and dogging.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Electroconvulsive Therapy And Car Hacking20170419

Jeremy discusses the general election, life, electroconvulsive therapy and car hacking.

Explosions And Amputations20190121

Jeremy discusses abuse laws, Ireland, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and Prince Philip.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Fascism And Washing Machines20190109

Jeremy discusses young carers, electrical appliances, What Makes Us Human? and harassment.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Fatbergs And Racism20190206

Jeremy discusses cystic fibrosis, a fatberg in Devon, social media and Liam Neeson.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Festering Bins And Angry Lions20190221

Jeremy discusses the Independent Group, bin collections, skipping breakfast and lions.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

General Election And Traumatised Ponies20170418

Paddy discusses the general election, traumatised ponies, travel health and Prince William

Gout And Scented Candles20190114

Jeremy discusses Brexit's impact on mental health, refugees, gout and scented candles.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Grayling's Gaffes And Sketches20190301

Jeremy discusses Chris Grayling, still births, the Welsh language and Andre Previn.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Hands And Nipples20190213

Jeremy discusses Brexit, washing hands, care for disabled children and body modifications.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Horses And Car Parks20190208

Jeremy discusses Emiliano Sala, car park barriers, changing gender and equine flu.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Inappropriate Clothing And Losing Your Job20190314

Jeremy discusses Brexit, inappropriate outfits, losing your job and Bloody Sunday.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Jane Garvey Sits In20120514

Jane Garvey sits in for Jeremy Vine with news, views and live guests.

Jeremy Broadcasts Live From Colwyn Bay20120529

Jeremy broadcasts live from Colwyn Bay. He'll soak up the atmosphere of the torch relay, hear from Welsh Olympic heroes and bring you a mix of news, local and national.

Jeremy Discusses The Scream20120503

Jeremy discusses whether The Scream is the artwork which best describes the human condition, avoiding prison by paying compensation, neuro-linguistic programming and MI6.

Knife Crime And White Saviours20190228

Jeremy discusses care homes, homelessness, knife crime and 'White Saviours'.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Labour And Headaches20190218

Jeremy discusses Labour resignations, supermarket grazing, headaches and Caster Semenya.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Leave Voters And Gargoyles20190219

Jeremy discusses Brexit job losses, knife crime, gargoyles and prisons.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Matthew Bannister Sits In
Missing Cats And Apostrophes20190103

Jeremy discusses Sajid Javid, a missing cat, the moon and apostrophes with Gyles Brandreth

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Mugwumps And Bunny Deaths20170427

Jeremy discusses political insults, Primodos, Colston Hall and a giant rabbit's death.

Paddy O'connell Sits In20110121

Paddy O'Connell sits in for Jeremy Vine with news, views and live guests.

Paddy O'connell Sits In20120504

Paddy discusses the outcomes of yesterday's local elections, the advert featuring an Argentinian Olympic athlete on 'Argentine soil', the future of Weetabix and synesthesia.

Prince Philip And Insect Extinction20190211

Amol discusses Prince Philip's driving, a citizens' assembly, landlords and insects.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Rail Fares And Drones20190102

Jeremy discusses rail fares, smoking adverts, weight gain and the Gatwick drone hysteria.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Referendums And Life Lessons20190222
Resistance And Socialism20190124

Jeremy discusses antibiotic resistance, socialism, Jack Shepherd & Prince Philip's crash.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Rich Cats And Japan20190220

Jeremy discusses Shamima Begum, Tory resignations, UK-Japan relations and Karl Lagerfeld.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Rogue Lifts And Lefties20190128

Jeremy discusses rogue lifts, Lexit, shift work's impact on your health & Holocaust denial

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Sex Education And Sun Cream20190225

Jeremy discusses sex education, sun cream, inducing birth and potential Brexit delays.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Sexists And Terrorists20190214
Skinny Genes And Leashes20190125

Jeremy discusses the skinny gene, railings alongside canals, domestic abuse and cats.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Sleep And Sleet20190123

Jeremy discusses missing aircraft, sleeping, Dyson and severe weather.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Jeremy and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Splits And Lies20190130

Brexit, Fiona Onasanya, What Makes Us Human, Attending your own funeral.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Jeremy Vine explores what makes us human with explorer Simon Reeve.

Superjumbos And Obesity20190215

Jeremy discusses the end of Islamic State, superjumbos, obesity & Terry Walton's allotment

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Tax Increase On High Earners And Electric Shocks20170421

Jeremy discusses Labour's tax hike, electric shocks, gold in a piano & Terry Walton.

Terrorism And Tactical Voting20170420

Jeremy discusses police training, insulation, tactical voting and Mia Ayliffe-Chung.

Theresa May And Burst Pipes20190116

Jeremy discusses the current Brexit situation, how to avoid scams and burst water pipes.

Jeremy Vine and guests discuss the news headlines and talk to the people making them.

Tim Farron And Citizen's Arrests20170426

Jeremy discusses Surrey Police, Tim Farron, what makes us human and Tom Hardy.

Vanessa Feltz Sits In20120508

Vanessa Feltz sits in for Jeremy to present news, views and live guests.

Vanessa Feltz Sits In20120509
Vanessa Feltz Sits In20120511
Verrucas And Speeding Fines20170424

Jeremy discusses bed blocking, the French elections, verrucas and speeding.

War Games And Minor Convictions20190131
Yachts And Tampon Truancy20170428

Jeremy discusses the Cancer Drugs Fund, tampons, leaving gifts and Guernica.