Jeremy Vine (TV show)
|Presented by||Jeremy Vine|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Running time||120 minutes (inc. adverts)|
|Production company(s)||ITN Productions|
|Original network||Channel 5|
|Original release||3 September 2018 –|
|Preceded by||The Wright Stuff|
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Jeremy Vine is a British television chat show, hosted by Jeremy Vine and airs on Channel 5 on weekday mornings from 9:15 to 11:15am from 3 September 2018. The show replaced it's long running predecessor The Wright Stuff hosted by Matthew Wright between 2000 and 2018 and keeping much of it's format and concept. Many have criticized the unimaginative re branding of the show but Vine's work on BBC Radio 2 means he has a huge following to potentially bring to the new show. Like it's predecessor, the programme characterizes itself as "Britain's brightest daytime show" and contains celebrity interview as well as input from members of the public.
Studio and production
The show will broadcast from the former Channel 5 topical debate show The Wright Stuff's studio at ITN Productions from Monday 3rd September 2018.
Main host and stand-ins
Jeremy Vine will host the show starting from Monday 3rd September 2018. When he goes on holiday or is ill, others fill in for him.
|Jeremy Vine||Main Presenter||2018–|
It is a feature of the show that there is a female co-host who sits in the audience area. This role is currently performed by Storm Huntley, who has been carried over from the Channel 5 The Wright Stuff, having worked on that show since 2015.
The format is based upon the more traditional radio phone-in, featuring well-known guests discussing topical issues, and encouraging contributions from the studio and television audiences, text messages, e-mails and a phone vote. The show is 2 hours long, starting at 9:15 am and ending at 11:15 am, and is transmitted in seven parts:
- The show begins with Vine standing and giving a brief introduction to the show. After the titles, Jeremy introduces the panel and has a chat with the day's special guest. This segment usually lasts 15 minutes.
- After an advert break, the panel and Vine discuss the "biggest" news story of the day. Viewers comments are not usually given during this segment. This segment usually lasts 10–15 minutes.
- When the show returns from its second advert break, the discussion from part 2 continues but this time the panel hears the opinions of callers to the show. This segment usually lasts 5–10 minutes.
- When the show returns from its third advert break, the panel talks through the day's papers. The special guest usually has four stories, with the remaining two panellists giving three stories. Most of the news comes from the papers, although on occasion breaking news is told from the internet. This segment usually lasts 30 minutes.
- After another commercial break, The second of the four talking points is discussed. The Panel talk first, then callers and audience opinions are heard. This segment usually lasts 10 minutes.
- After another break, this segment features the third viewer discussion. This tends to be shorter and lasts around 5 minutes.
- Following the final commercial break, this segment starts with emails and tweets being read out by Storm (or whoever is standing in as the co-host), then continues with the fourth and final viewer discussion. On Fridays, this part of the show is dedicated solely to a TV review with critic Kevin O'Sullivan or another TV critic in his absence.
Commercial break question
A feature of the show is a "multiple choice" or "true or false" quiz question posed before the commercial break, usually based on the next discussion topic. The answer is provided at the start of the next segment. This feature has been carried over from the show's predecessor, The Wright Stuff.
- "Jeremy Vine to replace Matthew Wright". BBC News. 2018-06-11. Retrieved 2018-08-21.
- Jeremy Vine at Channel5.com
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