Currently hosted by Gino D'Acampo, Family Fortunes has been on air for over 40 years with other presenters including Les Dennis and Vernon Kay.
The star has had several cosmetic procedures.
Vine is a keen cyclist.
The TV presenter has reported the driver to the police because he feared for the safety of other cyclists.
Kath from Yorkshire said she 'didn't give a damn' if Harry and Meghan were 'got' by the Taliban,
The 57-year-old TV and radio presenter believes his helmet camera saved him from being mugged.
Presenter Jeremy Vine's stalker was jailed for over five years last week.
Truss and Sunak were criticised for their stiff appearances during the Tory leadership debate.
Vine is currently off-air after testing positive for the virus.
Jeremy Vine sported a black eye after being knocked unconscious off his Victorian bike.
Jeremy Vine carried on regardless as a photograph of the late Carry On star was shown with the caption Alan Sugar.
The presenter said he would have to reconsider his designated 'safe place' after the incident.
Journalist Parry said he believed 'minorities have to be squashed' during a discussion about the Insulate Britain protesters.
Viewers were shocked by the presenter's comment.
The broadcaster was trying to demonstrate why the group was cycling safely.
The presenter was marking his 56th birthday on his Channel 5 show as his mother joined him for the celebrations.
Ofcom has received 139 complaints about the show.
It was announced earlier this month that the quiz show was moving to Channel 5.
The quiz show will start airing on Channel 5 later in the year.
The presenter said she may have to take up cycling.
The current affairs presenter tested positive over Christmas.
Vine said his wife Rachel Schofield was 'streets ahead' of him.
The businessman thinks the UK should follow America's example.
Current series of quiz show Eggheads could be the last we see of the show for a while as host Jeremy Vine says it is 'sleeping'
As some Brits returned to work on Wednesday, Labour backbencher Dawn Butler said Boris Johnson is 'sending people to catch the coronavirus'.