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Producer & Journalist on The Jeremy Vine Show

Produced more than 30 items for live radio on the UK's most listened to news and current affairs programme, with an audience of 7.3 million.


Margaret O'Connell, Jeremy Vine, Irene Dixon. 


Best friends at Bletchley Park | On Air 05/12/18


Betty & Reenie rediscover their friendship after 60+ years of secrecy and separation

“Those ladies were fabulous. Really enjoyed listening to them. Take them with you to Bletchley” – Helen Ruth Lotham @H8che


“This was such a lovely feature and has inspired me to visit Bletchley Park” – Mark Doonan @MarkDoonan​

“Irene and Betty are absolutely fascinating, what an interesting story about Bletchley and the codebreakers.” – Sian @sianylittleears


Dr Sabrina Cohen-Hatton and Dr Jessica Beck

From Big Issue Seller to Firefighter | On Air 23/05/19

Dr. Sabrina Cohen-Hatton tells Jeremy her amazing journey from being homeless as a teenager to a high-ranking firefighter working on groundbreaking research on safety in dangerous situations. 


“This is one of the best interviews of my year so far. WHAT a guest, what a story. Thanks Dr Sab and thanks @JessicaB_BBC especially for ensuring we covered this book.” - @theJeremyVine

Sarah Brendlor and Jeremy Vine

Krav Ma-what?! A Lesson in Krav Maga | On Air 24/04/19 


Jeremy Vine and Aran Jones

The Largest Welsh Lesson in History | On Air 01/03/19

Jeremy gets a lesson in Welsh


​Jeremy Vine had a Welsh lesson with the largest audience ever live on BBC Radio Two – Wales Online


Audience response (published in the South Wales Echo): 


I loved listening to this. As a fluent Welsh speaker, Jeremy was fantastic.”  – Sian Hopkins


“He was Brilliant. Good way of learning too as I can still remember it.”    – Allen Evans


“Top work by Vine championing our native tongue.” – Martin Beazer

“Awesome. Considering that most of the UK exposure our language gets is either dismissive or outright derogatory it’s great to see someone in the public eye not only step back and reconsider their words and opinions but to go one step further and try their hand at speaking” - Shaun David

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