Join one of the UK’s most prolific broadcasters and authors as he talks about his love for the poet W. H. Auden and the County Durham landscapes that inspired him.
Jeremy Vine attended the University of Durham, studying English. He has a 30-year career in broadcasting and is a published author. His broadcasting career started with a short stint at Metro Radio, Newcastle upon Tyne, before training as a print journalist, then moving to the BBC. Jeremy currently presents his show on BBC Radio Two, the quiz show Eggheads, and his own TV show on Channel Five.
Chaired by Dr Abbie Garrington with an introduction from Professor Karen O’Brien, Vice-Chancellor, Durham University
From October 10, download a free self-guided tour of the North Pennines, narrated by Jeremy Vine and written by Ruth Robson.