Jeremy Vine Today September 25 2022 on Channel 5

Jeremy Vine Today [month] [dt] [year] on Channel 5 21Today, September 25 2022, Channel 5 presents the series where Jeremy Vine discusses the latest news, views and opinions of the day, with co-host Storm.

Jeremy Vine Today, September 25 2022

Friday, 23 September 2022Things got a little heated as Jemma Forte and Narinder Kaur gave their instant reaction to the Chancellor’s so-called 'Mini Budget'.

Anton Du Beke joined us for a trip down memory lane, with two former Strictly contestants in the studio - Martin Offiah and Jeremy Vine himself.
Thursday, 22 September 2022Chair of the House of Commons Defence Select Committee, Tobias Ellwood, thinks Putin's threats of nuclear war need to be taken very seriously.

Former MEP Ann Widdecombe thinks successive governments have failed to answer the most fundamental question regarding the NHS...
Wednesday, 21 September 2022The Welsh government is considering a 'tourist tax' on all visitors. But Geoff, who's a Director of the Anglesey Tourism Association, thinks it'll drive business away.

Christopher Hope isn't a fan of the Welsh government's moves to ban single-use plastic bags. But Kevin Maguire thinks it's a step in the right direction.
Tuesday, 20 September 2022Jeremy Vine and the panel discuss yesterday’s historic funeral for the late Queen Elizabeth II.

Pat McCarthy is a trustee of Disability Network Hounslow. She's calling on Tesco to halt the roll-out of even more SSCOTs (self-service card-only tills) at her local branch.
Monday, 19 September 2022Thousands lined the streets and billions watched from home as we bid a final farewell to Her Majesty. Can King Charles continue her legacy into our new Carolean age?
Friday, 16 September 2022"I think it was a misstep to invite China to the Queen's funeral." Columnist Ayesha Hazarika thinks the atrocities in Myanmar, and the modern day genocide against the Uyghur people, can't be ignored.

Journalist Mike Parry isn’t convinced by claims that MPs are at the Queen’s coffin ‘to represent their constituents’.
Thursday, 15 September 2022Benjamin Butterworth thinks Buckinghamshire Council were right to encourage richer residents to donate to those struggling.
Wednesday, 14 September 2022Carole ,alone isn't convinced that Prince Harry and Prince William have made up and moved on. That's despite their joint appearance in Windsor last week.
Tuesday, 13 September 2022James Max is certain that Prince Andrew shouldn't be allowed to wear his military uniform to mark the Queen's death, and also questions whether he should have been invited to the processions.

Nina Myskow thinks the anti-monarchy protester in Edinburgh had every right to say what he said - even if it was disrespectful.
Monday, 12 September 2022Journalist Andrew Pierce thinks the onus is on Prince Harry to fix the royal rift – after the ‘fab four’ were seen together for the first time since 2020, when paying respects to the Queen.

Royal commentator Emily Andrews thinks the new King could become somewhat of a modernizer.
Friday, 9 September 2022Jeremy opens our special programme where we mourn the tragic loss of Queen Elizabeth II.
Thursday, 8 September 2022Jemma Forte highlights that as the head of the DWP, Therese Coffey had an "awful record" of disabled people committing suicide as a result of cuts and stricter criteria.
Wednesday, 7 September 2022Nick de Bois claims that Liz Truss’s rumoured energy price cap freeze would significantly ease the effects of the energy crisis. But Nina Myskow thinks it’s still a desperate situation.
Tuesday, 6 September 2022Jacqui Smith thinks it’s fair to call Meghan Markle a role model. It’s also fair to say that Ann Widdecombe doesn’t agree.

Former Home Secretary Jacqui Smith didn’t hold back when summarising Boris Johnson’s tenure at Number 10.
Monday, 5 September 2022Just before Liz Truss was named Prime Minister, columnist Owen Jones hit back at her claim that Britain has the 'spirit and attitude' to get through the energy crisis.

Broadcaster Lucy Beresford thinks Liz Truss’s promise to ‘kick-start’ the economy is exactly what’s needed. But associate editor at the Daily Mirror, Kevin Maguire, calls Truss a “Thatcher tribute act”.
Friday, 2 September 2022Caller Maureen thinks we should follow the Bible and forgive, but
Jeremy points out "the problem is Jesus didn't mention the Prime Minister."
Thursday, 1 September 2022TheEmanEffectUK
gave our callers some advice with rising rental costs. He covers leaseholds management fees, help for pensioners and more.
Wednesday, 31 August 2022Keir Starmer will be taking your calls and answering your questions live

Financial analyst Louise Cooper will answer your questions.

Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu hits out people who claim the police force is 'too woke' after police officers were seen dancing with the public.
Tuesday, 30 August 2022Children go back to school this week. But from school uniforms to stationary it can be expensive getting your child ready.
Monday, 29 August 2022Nicola McLean thinks kids shouldn't be forced, but they should have the choice - whether they go to state or private school.

Nina Myskow says that the government has “tried to demonise” the unions, and create division between the general public and striking workers.
Friday, 26 August 2022The new energy price cap will be announced tomorrow, and it’s expected that an average annual bill could go up to as much as £3,554.

What help are you entitled to? What money can you claim? Post your questions for
Adam French
Thursday, 25 August 2022We've got advice on how to ease your back pain - and if you ask a question below, we'll let you know what might be causing the pain.
Dr Sarah Jarvis will be here to answer all your calls.
Wednesday, 24 August 2022Ann Widdecombe says she does not feel sorry for Meghan Markle, who talks about being criticised for being ambitious in her new podcast.

But presenter and musician Myleene Klass argues that providing such information is “vitally important" for learning about respect and boundaries, and that people need to stop being “frightened” of body anatomy.
Tuesday, 23 August 2022@JManrara
react to criticism of four uniformed officers, who were filmed dancing at a Pride festival in Lincoln.

weighs in on whether school uniforms should be scrapped to save money during the cost-of-living crisis.
Monday, 22 August 2022Personal finance expert
gives advice about using loans and credit cards to get through the cost-of-living crisis.
As polls indicate Conservative voters regret getting rid of Boris Johnson,
disagrees with a caller who thinks we need him back.

react to news that Boxer Tyson Fury called for tougher punishments for knife crime, after his cousin was stabbed to death.
Friday, 19 August 2022Jemma Forte is stunned that Liz Truss has vowed to "crack down on militant trade unions" amid the rail strikes.

Kevin Maguire sums up people's reactions to the videos of Finland's PM, Sanna Marin, partying with her friends.

London A&E doctor Andrew Meyerson is sick of the government "not doing anything to fix this crisis".
Thursday, 18 August 2022Andrew Pierce gives Reiki a go as therapist Reeya Avani
demonstrates on-air.

General Secretary of the RMT, Mick Lynch speaks about the third round of striking.
Wednesday, 17 August 2022Owen Jones says young people work “very hard” but have “been screwed over for ages” by rising house prices, falling wages, job insecurity & stagnating living standards.
Tuesday, 16 August 2022Melanie Blake says that energy bill relief should only go to the poorest households, and that giving the same amount to those who can afford to pay their bills can’t be justified.

Geoff Barton says cash-saving cuts would hurt disadvantaged students.
Monday, 15 August 2022Sir Keir Starmer wants to freeze the current price cap at just under £2,000 - he says it would save the average family around £1,000 pounds, and help bring down inflation.
Friday, 12 August 2022Marina Purkiss puts the long hospital waiting times down to a lack of staff.

Landscape architect and gardening expert Bunny Guinness gives her tips to ensure your gardens stay green this summer.
Thursday, 11 August 2022Owen Jones thinks the police are focusing on all of the wrong issues.

We had a special guest on today’s show! Storm Huntley returned to the studio and introduced us to baby Otis!
Wednesday, 10 August 2022Boris Johnson’s successor has been urged to call a general election on September 5. But MP Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown thinks that the process cannot be stopped and it needs to be carried “calmly” to its full conclusion.

Alexis Conran argues that there comes a time for any sportsman or sportswoman “when the mental and the physical don’t marry up anymore”.
Tuesday, 9 August 2022Guardian columnist George Monbiot says that privatisation of the water, energy and rail sectors has not given the promised improvements - only a “robust and non-leaky pipeline straight into the pockets of their shareholders.”

Former Labour MP Paula Sherriff says that with another price spike expected in October, action needs to be taken now.
Monday, 8 August 2022Angela Epstein says that young people now think it’s a “right of passage” to go to university, when it used to be the preserve of the “very academically capable”.

Because water companies have not fixed their pipe leaks, Lucy Beresford argues that it would be okay to flout a hosepipe ban.
Friday, 5 August 2022Sophia from London argues that Harry should be able be able to pay for police protection as his royal name still puts a target on his head.

Caller Linda says her mortgage rate was around 25% when she bought her house 25 years ago and argues that interest rates should’ve been raised long ago.

Jeremy Vine explains interest rates over the decades.
Thursday, 4 August 2022Jeremy goes through the huge profits energy companies have made in recent months, asking: can it be justified?

Nicola McLean responds to Rebekah Vardy giving interviews after losing her libel battle against Coleen Rooney.
Wednesday, 3 August 2022Jeremy goes through the huge profits energy companies have made in recent months, asking: can it be justified?

A group of MPs has said that unrealistic body expectations mean ads should carry compulsory logos if photos have been digitally altered.
Tuesday, 2 August 2022Former Big Brother star
slams an article that says reality TV is as bad as smoking, arguing that it can be positive for viewers.

gives “behind the scenes info” about what it was like to be a contestant on a reality TV show, saying that the format “has nothing to do with reality.”
Monday, 1 August 2022On Monday, financial expert Emmanuel Asuquo will join us to give advice on how to cut your energy bill.

Jemma Forte argues why the Lionesses' should receive Damehoods for their win.
Friday, 29 July 2022Love Island’s Shaughna Phillips reveals how inflation has pushed up her student debt by £3,000 since 2016.

We caught up with the wonderful Storm and Baby Otis as she tells us about his first day outside, first bath… and first explosive nappy!

Thursday, 28 July 2022Love Island’s Shaughna Phillips reveals how inflation has pushed up her student debt by £3,000 since 2016.

Simon Weller of ASLEF union explains why he believes rail unions should get more power.
Wednesday, 27 July 2022Eddie Dempsey clashes with Carole Malone over the RMT union's rejection of an 8% pay deal.
Tuesday, 26 July 2022Jasmine Dotiwala says Rishi Sunak was "rude and mansplaining" during the debate with Liz Truss.
Monday, 25 July 2022Anne Hegerty believes the Covid pandemic and a shortage of people are to blame for the NHS in England's staffing crisis.

Influencer and model Imogen Ivy discusses supermodel Ashley Graham's call to ditch the term 'plus size'.
Friday, 22 July 2022Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary says the government should take a more 'common sense' approach to Brexit, to allow more workers from Europe.

Simon Thomas says that while he is not comfortable with only Tory members being able to vote for the next Prime Minister, we need to "get on and govern".
Thursday, 21 July 2022Campaigner Alex De Koning explains why Just Stop Oil eco-protesters are attempting to shut down the M25.
Wednesday, 20 July 2022Civil servants have encouraged recruits to declare their pronouns on their contact forms - but Carole Malone
says it "enforces a culture on people".

JJ Anisiobi
says nurses should strike if they only receive a 3.7% pay rise - way under the rate of inflation which was 9.4% in June.

Midwife Kate says the Government has taken advantage of NHS staff, forcing her colleagues to use foodbanks.
Tuesday, 19 July 2022Emily Andrews says the government should prioritise the cost of living crisis as well as tackling climate change and the heatwave.
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