Is Jeremy Vine sick now? TV personality health and illness information on Channel 5
“I don’t want to be right when bike lanes are wrong,” Jeremy Vine revealed in his Twitter bio as host of the Channel 5 program of the same name.
Vine has long been a proponent of bike lanes and has long advocated the need for a bike lane in the nation. His Tiktok profile picture also shows him on a vintage bike.
The popular British radio and television personality has a sizeable following on social media. He has 779.9K followers on Twitter while @theJeremyVine has 122.3K followers and 2.4M likes on Tiktok.
Is Jeremy Vine sick right now? Host state update on channel 5
Jeremy Vine is not sick, no. The host is alive and well and possibly in the best shape of his life. He has been very active on social media, especially on Tiktok and Twitter.
However, Vine lost consciousness for nearly a minute after falling off his penny-farthing bicycle and landing 8 feet (2.4 meters) on the ground in February 2022. People immediately took him to Charing Cross Hospital, where medical staff told him his only injuries were a black eye and some ailments from the accident.
Vine, a 57-year-old journalist and former lunchtime broadcaster on BBC Radio 2, is a sponsor of Radio St Helier. Patients at St Helier Hospital in Carshalton can listen to radio programs broadcast by this UK based charity.
Additionally, in October 2021, anti-vaccination activists rallied outside Vine’s home to express their opposition to the BBC’s broadcast of COVID-19 vaccines. Since he wasn’t home, they gave his wife their “anti-vaccination alert,” an informal document. He later posted videos of the incident online. Vine commented on receiving the shot and claimed to have contracted the coronavirus.
On The Jeremy Vine Show, Melanie Blake
In July 2022, Melanie Blake, an English author and columnist, appeared as a guest on Channel 5’s “Jeremy Vine”. “Oh, it was fun! Absolutely loved it, raspy voice and all,” she tweeted of her time watching the show.
Melanie Blake is a superb English writer born in Great Britain. She released her first book The Thunder Girls in 2018 with the intention of hosting a girl trio reunion.
Blake based the events in the book on her experiences in the soap industry. After “seen it all,” she found that what goes on behind the scenes on soap operas isn’t always appealing. She tried to convey this in her work.
Recently, best-selling author Melanie Blake of The Sunday Times argued that giving everyone the same amount of support was unjustifiable and that the government should only give energy bill subsidies to those on the lowest incomes.
Career and controversies of Jeremy Vine
Vine began working for the BBC in 1987 as a news trainee. He was appointed correspondent for Brian Redhead’s Today program on Radio 4 in 1989.
He replaced Dermot Murnaghan as the full-time presenter of Channel 5 game show Eggheads in 2014. He has been the presenter of the Channel 5 current affairs show Jeremy Vine since 2018.
On 4 February 2015, it was revealed that Vine had been paid a five-figure sum for an after-dinner speech at a £250-per-person banquet organized and organized by ADS Group, the trade body for Britain’s military and security industries in which major arms manufacturers took part.