BBC Radio 2 lunchtime presenter Jeremy Vine is taking part in a special session for the Radio Academy South West Branch later this month.
The journalist and broadcaster will be in conversation with Academy Chief Executive John Myers in Bristol on 24th April.
After a spell at Newcastle’s Metro Radio, Jeremy joined the BBC in 1987 as a News Trainee and has gone on to be a political correspondent, Radio 4 reporter for the Today Programme as well as presenter of Newsnight, Panorama, Eggheads, Points of View and BBC Television’s election coverage.
He has been presenting the 12-2pm programe on Radio 2 since 2003, taking over from Sir Jimmy Young, and has twice been named Speech Broadcaster of the Year at the Sony Radio Academy Awards.
Jeremy’s session for the Radio Academy will cover his life, work and his love of radio. He’ll also talk about journalism and offer advice for all those wishing to enter the profession. The event is free for Radio Academy members and £10 for non-members. Registration is required via the Radio Academy website.