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Jeremy Vine What I Learnt

Thu 26th April 2018
7.45pm - 8.45pm
Stratford ArtsHouse

Jeremy Vine has been presenting his BBC Radio 2 show since 2003 and attracts more than seven million listeners a day. In that time, he calculates he has taken more than 25,000 calls on topical subjects - big issues and small ones: on life, love, lollipop ladies and poisonous plants. But what have the callers told him and are they the voice of the nation? With vivid anecdotes and humour, Vine will describe what it’s like to hear the views of the UK in its lunchtime, an audience that expects to be heeded and that expects to take the wheel and drive. An audience that knew Brexit was coming, and whose opinions are potentially more important and influential than the experts paid to comment. 

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