Endoscope gives close up look at Jeremy Vine's voice box

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As a broadcaster, Jeremy Vine's voice is arguably the most important tool of his trade.

As part of a series investigating the human voice, he visited the London Clinic on Harley Street to take a look at his vocal cords.

Consultant ENT surgeon, Mr Michael Wareing, inserted a special camera probe up through Jeremy's nose and down his throat to film his voice box.

With the return of The Voice on BBC One, Radio 2 is celebrating the magic and mystery of the greatest instrument ever created: the human voice

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