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Jeremy Vine show forced off air after ITN hit by power cut

Jeremy Vine's Channel 5 show did not make it to air on Monday after a "significant" power outage affecting ITN, which makes the programme. The daily talk show, which usually runs from 09.15 to 12.15 BST, was replaced with re-runs of shows such as Million Pound Home and Police Interceptors.
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Jeremy Vine forced off air after ITN power fails

Jeremy Vine has been forced off air on Channel 5 after a “significant” power shortage at ITN Productions.The daily talk show was replaced with re-runs of Million Pound Home after power and the back-up generator reportedly failed early on Monday.Staff at ITN Productions received an email at 8.30am which said there had been “significant power outage” at the building on Gray’s Inn Road in central London.Power cut @ITNProductions so we are all in reception. Here's hoping @JeremyVineOn5 is with you at 0915‼️ pic.twitter.com/QexGgt8BhH— Jeremy Vine (@theJeremyVine) April 4, 2022An update at 9am said that if they were working from...
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Jeremy Vine criticised for saying Russian soldiers 'probably deserve to die'

Jeremy Vine has been slammed by viewers after suggesting Russian soldiers fighting in Ukraine "deserve to die".He made the comments during a segment on his Channel 5 daytime programme titled: "Would you go and fight in Ukraine?" while debating a caller from Manchester called Bill.Bill had made the point that Russia supported the UK during WW2. He said: "Russia were our allies. The people of Russia are not our enemies."I don’t think they’re the enemies. Quite a number of those Russians you’ll probably find will go across… they were holding their hands up this morning not wanting to fight the...
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Ukraine: Jeremy Vine suggests Russian soldiers ‘deserve to die’ in invasion

Jeremy Vine has sparked backlash after suggesting that Russian soldiers “probably deserve to die” in the Ukraine invasion.The TV presenter made the comments on Monday’s edition of his Channel 5 talk show."The brutal reality is, if you put on a uniform for Putin and you go and fight his war, you probably deserve to die, don’t you?" Vine asked a caller who had suggested the people of Russia "are not our enemies".To sign our Refugees Welcome campaign petition click here and if you are able to donate then please click here.Click here to sign up to our newsletters. Read More Ukraine-Russia news: Huge explosions in Kyiv after Kherson fallsWhy has Russia invaded Ukraine? The conflict explainedSign The Independent’s petition to help the people of Ukraine
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Jeremy Vine on Channel 5 delivers record audiences

Jeremy Vine, Channel 5’s morning news and current affairs programme, had its most successful year on record in 2021. The programme averaged a 6.01 per cent share across the year, with both ABC1s and 16-54s up year-on-year 2 per cent and 6 per cent respectively. It was also the second highest year on record for Channel 5 weekday share across the 9.15am-11.15am slot.
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Janice Long death: Peter Hook, Tim Burgess, Jeremy Vine and Jo Whiley lead tributes after radio DJ dies aged 66

Musicians, fellow broadcasters and listeners are paying tribute to BBC radio presenter Janice Long, following her death aged 66.The radio DJ, who became the first woman to have her own daily show on Radio 1 and the first regular female presenter on Top of the Pops, was hailed as a “trailblazer”. Her agent said she died at home on Christmas Day after a short illness.Over a career spanning 40 years, Long helped to launch the careers of future stars including The Smiths, Amy Winehouse and Adele.Peter Hook of Joy Division and New Order, and The Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess...
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Jeremy Vine and Greg James lead tributes to ‘legendary’ radio DJ Janice Long

Jeremy Vine Greg James and Jo Whiley have led tributes to “legendary” BBC radio presenter Janice Long following her death aged 66.The radio DJ, who became a “trailblazer” as the first woman to have her own daily show on Radio 1 and the first regular female presenter on Top Of The Pops, died at home on Christmas Day following a short illness, her agent said.During her 40-year career, she helped launch the careers of future stars including Amy Winehouse, Adele and The Smiths, and led coverage of major music events such as Live Aid.Going to miss you, #janicelong pic.twitter.com/agq39zipdn—...
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How did Snoochie Shy and Jeremy Vine become friends?

Snoochie Shy is letting fans have a glimpse into her personal life on I’m A Celebrity. One person viewers already know she is besties with is broadcaster Jeremy Vine. The Radio 1Xtra host has certainly brought her bubbly self into the castle this year, as well as shared some private insights, such as how it is the first time she has shown her facial birth mark.
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Jeremy Vine suggests ‘personally slaughtering’ pigs to solve industry labour shortages and its utterly bizarre

Jeremy Vine has come up with a rather gory solution to the pig farming crisis and it certainly conjures up a few unpleasant images. On BBC Radio 2 yesterday, the host discussed the crisis – in which a lack of butchers and abattoir workers are necessitating pigs to be culled and wasted because they cannot be processed quickly enough – and pondered on just how we could fix this.
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