From the 14th of November on Tuesday from Tuesday, November 14 through Friday, November 17 The BBC Radio 2’s Vernon Kay will test his endurance through a series races and ultramarathons for the benefit of BBC Children in Need.
Vernon Kay, the host of Radio 2’s Mid-morning Show, broadcasting each weekday from 09:30 until noon is taking on the task to cover four consecutive days completely by foot.
Find out where Vernon is located, his initiatives and much more in the entire article.
Who is Vernon Kay?
Born on the 28th of April 1974. Vernon Charles Kay is an accomplished English broadcaster, model and model. He was the host of T4 in Channel 4 from 2000 to 2005. He has also hosted a variety of ITV shows, such as Splash! (2013-2014), 1000 Heartbeats (2015-2016), Beat the Star (2008-2009), Just the Two of Us (2006-2007), The Whole 19 Yards (2010), and All-Star Family Fortunes (2006-2015).
Vernon Charles Kay, the older child of Norman Kay, who worked as an experienced truck driver, and Gladys Kay, a nurse from Bolton, Greater Manchester. The younger brother of his, Stephen is a teacher at primary schools. Vernon was a student at St. Joseph’s RC High School located in Horwich close to Bolton Then he was a student at St. John Rigby College located on Gathurst Road in Orrell before graduation from Manchester Metropolitan University with a degree in environmental sciences.
In 2004-2012 Kay hosted his own radio show from 2004 to 2012 on BBC Radio 1 and, between 2014 and 2017 he hosted the show of his own in the form of Radio X. He was the principal presenter of Formula E’s live broadcasts across the English-speaking areas and on platforms across the globe from the season 2018-2019.
The year 2023 was when Kay became the succeeding anchor to Ken Bruce, becoming the morning anchor of the future on BBC Radio 2.
Kay was a participant on the season 20 of “I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!” in the year 2020. Kay placed third.
Where are you? Vernon Kay right now?
Currently, Vernon Kay is in Leicester, UK, running from the city’s Victoria Park to the Bolton Wanderers Football Stadium located in Bolton, United Kingdom.
The athlete is currently participating with his Ultra Ultramarathon challenge, aiming to raise money to support BBC Children in Need. The course covers around 120 miles. It starts at the city of Leicester’s Victoria Park and ending at Bolton Wanderers Football Stadium. The race will close on November 17th, 2023 and will begin on a Tuesday, November 14 2023.
To support BBC Children in Need, an organization based in the UK that assists young people and children across the spectrum of health, education, as well as poverty reduction Kay has decided to take the challenge of running.
Afraid of physical obstacles, Kay is used to it, Kay completed the London Marathon in 2014, which she completed in four hours and 10 mins, as well as a variety of triathlons and cycling races.
Kay will not give up on completing her Ultra Ultramarathon, contributing to BBC Children in Need by getting as much cash as is possible. Kay’s appeal has received a lot of support from the public. has already surpassed PS1 million.