At Durham University (Hatfield College), he graduated with a 2:2 undergraduate degree in English. He has deplored the marginalisation of Christians in British society, saying that "You can't express views that were common currency 30 or 40 years ago".
After a short stint on Metro Radio, Vine enrolled in a journalism training course with the Coventry Evening Telegraph, a UK registered charity providing radio programmes to patients at St. He was named Speech Broadcaster of the Year in the 2011 Sony Awards.
You and your fandom believe in magic, but you're also realists, and devour all things Tolkien. From Buffy's one-liners to River's philosophies, your fandom values witty humor above all.
Vine is also the host of the BBC shows Points of View, Panorama and the long-running quiz show Eggheads, taking over from Dermot Murnaghan full-time in 2014.
In 2015 he was a contestant in the 13th series of Strictly Come Dancing.
the year that Vine was born — we’ve been introduced to a whole lot of heartthrobs. A world without Shawn Mendes sounds absolutely tragic!
Jeremy Guy Vine (born ) is an English presenter, broadcaster and journalist.
You might believe in magic, but above all, you believe in power, and Game of Thrones is as pragmatic as it is fantastical. You're zany and sharp-tongued, and always the first to laugh at yourselves, which makes you the life of the party at Comic Con. Whether you grew up reading the books or recently had a Potter movie marathon, you're definitely still waiting for your Hogwarts letter.
Your fandom believes in the power of magic, the power of friendship, and that good will always win — even when it seems impossible.
Your fandom is tight-knit and longstanding (you've been around since 1963), and, shhh, don't tell, but you're usually the quickest wits on the internet.
You dig science and space travel, and all that other wibbly wobbly timey wimey...stuff. If you didn't grow up watching the original trilogy, it's time to hop to it.
(He won the same award in 2005.) His 2010 election interview with Gordon Brown, where the Prime Minister put his head in his hands as he was played the recording of him calling a voter a bigot, won Vine the Sony Award for Interview of the Year.
Vine's career at the BBC included reading the news on radio in Northern Ireland and working as a researcher on the BBC1 series Heart of the Matter.
Well this quiz, see if you can have batman, spiderman, wolverine, hulk, whomever. You like your men big and green, small and hairy, wearing a cape, wearing a mask?