Where is Jeremy Vine today and who is standing in for him on Radio 2?


Chris Vine is an English radio, television and newspaper personality. Chris is best known as the host of his BBC Radio 2 lunchtime show, which features news, views, in-studio interviews with live guests, and popular music in place of long-running host Sir Jimmy Young since 2003.

Users of social media have been asking why the presenter has been replaced on both of his programs today.

Where Is Jeremy Vine?

On Monday, December 20th, many individuals were perplexed by the fact that Jeremy Vine was absent from both his Channel 5 program and BBC Radio 2 program. The host must be taking some time off before Christmas, since it has been announced that he will be away for the entire week.

As of this writing, Jeremy is still very much active on Twitter, so his absence has to be only temporary.

On Monday, Claudia-Liza Vanderpuije has taken over for Jeremy Vine on 5, but who is filling in for him on Radio 2?

Who Is Standing In For Jeremy Vine On Radio 2?

Jeremy Vine is off today, and Mason is filling in on Radio 2.

On Monday, the presenter expressed his delight at returning to Wogan House at BBC Radio 2. He made the revelation on his official Twitter account and stated, “What a thrill it is to return here for this week’s edition of Wogan House at BBC Radio 2 — replacing the magnificent The Jeremy Vine.”

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On top of this, the journalist has also assisted on other BBC programmes. He was one of the presenters on BBC Breakfast last Wednesday and The Andrew Marr Show.

What Do Twitter Users Think About The Temporary Replacement?

Many people on Twitter have offered kind words to Chris while he’s filling in for Jeremy this week.

“Will be listening Chris, have a good week,” tweeted one person.

“Loved listening to the show today – and thanks for playing a Bob Dylan song to round it off!” wrote someone else.

Another one added: “Hope you get some time off as well Chris!”


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