Your Call

What My Listeners Say – and Why We Should Take Note

Jeremy Vine,

Your Call: What My Listeners Say – and Why We Should Take Note
 
 

'Full of glorious examples of caller wisdom [with] laugh-out-loud anecdotes' Allison Pearson

Having taken over 25,000 listener calls on his BBC Radio 2 lunchtime show, Jeremy Vine decided it was time to take stock of the wisdom his listeners have imparted over the airwaves. And it is clearer than ever before that caller wisdom is far more valuable than most of what we hear from 'the experts'. The voice of the so-called 'ordinary person' - totally unvarnished and unspun - turns out to be not so ordinary after all.

These moments of truth could not have come at a more pertinent time - with world politics, war and Brexit in the fray. And it always helps to make people laugh. This is his hilarious account of lessons learnt from listeners, life and Len Goodman by way of musings on everything including love, lollipop ladies and poisonous plants.



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