article 03 March 2015 Culture
Cordelia Lynch by On the Velvet Trail with Marc Almond - video

Five years ago he announced his retirement. But Marc Almond, who dominated the music scene of the 1980s as one half of Soft Cell, is back, with a new album.

article 03 March 2015 UK
Watch Michael Sheen's impassioned speech on NHS

Actor Michael Sheen delivers a rousing speech in defence of the NHS during a St David's day rally.

article 02 March 2015 UK
Kazuo Ishiguro: my wife made me rewrite my new novel

Never Let Me Go author Kazuo Ishiguro says his wife made him rewrite his latest novel The Buried Giant because the language was too complicated.

post 02 March 2015
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog Greek European deal: where are we?

The European deal done six days ago was supposed to stabilise the Greek debt crisis. But the situation in Greece is still critical.

article 01 March 2015 Culture, United States
Azealia Banks on politics, hip-hop and Twitter spats - video

American rapper, Azealia Banks, tells Channel 4 News she would consider running for office as she speaks about the release of her new album Broke with Expensive Taste.

article 27 February 2015 World
Star Trek's 'Spock' Leonard Nimoy dies aged 83

The Star Trek star Leonard Nimoy, who earned global fame as "Spock", has died at his home in Los Angeles at the age of 83.

article 27 February 2015 Culture
#TheDressIsBlue? Optical illusions to bend your mind

A debate is raging on social media over the colour of a dress. Is it blue and black? Or gold and white? Channel 4 News takes a look at some other optical illusions that have confounded us over time.

article 25 February 2015 World, Iraq
'American Sniper' killer sentenced to life in prison

Eddie Ray Routh is sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole after being found guilty of murdering Navy SEAL Chris Kyle and his friend Chad Littlefield.

post 23 February 2015
Read more from Kylie Morris on her blog Suicide, women and race: the Oscars gets political

Rather than just a celebration of the "best and whitest", the Oscars this year saw an outpouring of political statements - from women's rights to immigration. These were the highlights.