JEREMY Vine has announced a brand new presenter will join his Channel 5 show from next week.
The broadcaster and journalist, 57, made the announcement during this morning's programme.
He told viewers that LBC's Nick Ferrari will join him on the show for one week only starting on Monday.
He said: "Monday for one week only we're going to be on air for another hour.
"Because there's so much to talk about here, right?"
He added: "We're going to go right through until 1:45pm with more guests, more debate, more calls from you and a brilliant presenter who's going to be joining us.
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"He is one of my broadcast heroes actually, Mr Nick Ferrari!"
Nick, 64, then joined the show from his radio studio as he told Jezza: "I'm thoroughly looking forward to it.
"I'm going to give it my darndest and it's good to be working with you and Storm, governor."
Ferrari will host the programme solo for its extended hour on air.
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The weekday current affairs show covers topical news events with a guest panel.
Scottish presenter Storm Huntley is also a regular fixture on the show and presents 'Jeremy Vine Extra'.
Jeremy took over the programme from Matthew Wright in 2018.
Matthew, 57, previously presented in that slot under his show's name 'The Wright Stuff'.
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