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Jon Snow

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Jon Snow has been the face of Channel 4 News since 1989.

Jon Snow joined ITN in 1976 and became Washington Correspondent in 1984. Since then, he has travelled the world to cover the news – from the fall of the Berlin Wall and the release of Nelson Mandela, to Barack Obama's inauguration and the earthquake in Haiti.

His many awards include the Richard Dimbleby Bafta award for Best Factual Contribution to Television (2005), and Royal Television Society awards for Journalist of the Year (2006) and Presenter of the Year (2009).

As well as presenting the programme, Jon writes Snowblog - a unique take on the day's events - and Snowmail - a preview of the evening programme's main stories.

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video 14 April 2014 World, France

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Juliette Binoche on art, family and saving the world - video

Actress Juliette Binoche, speaking last month about her new film A Thousand Times Goodnight, says she lives with the dilemma of "wanting to change the world" at the same time as having a family.

post 08 April 2014
Point and shoot: photographer Jane Bown at home with Channel 4 News

Over the course of her 60 year career, the veteran photographer Jane Bown has become renowned for her iconic portraits and images. Jon Snow met her at home.

post 28 March 2014
A good, old-fashioned hack: Chapman Pincher at 100

Journalist Chapman Pincher, who celebrates his 100th birthday on Saturday, exposed the treacheries of cold war spies, from George Blake to John Vassall.

post 27 March 2014
Running out of time to tackle climate change

On Monday, the United Nations will launch its toughest - and potentially most alarming - report yet on climate change. Jon Snow meets Ban Ki-moon in Greenland.

article 27 March 2014 World, Arctic
Snowbound in North Eastern Umanaq. A snowstorm last night meant we had to forsake our chopper at a remote heliport, the ever dependable Dash 7 plane got us back to civilisation further south instead.
The calm before the storm - panoramic photo

Snowbound in north eastern Greenland. A snowstorm meant we had to forsake our chopper at a remote heliport, the ever dependable Dash 7 plane got us back to civilisation further south instead.

video 27 March 2014 World, Arctic

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Climate change is 'mankind's greatest threat' - video

Jon Snow is in Greenland looking at climate change with the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, who believes that this is the greatest threat to mankind's capacity to live together in harmony.

video 26 March 2014 World

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Jon Snow on snow... and melting ice - video

"What we're seeing behind me is Greenland's polar ice cap - and that is at the very centre of concern about climate change": Jon Snow on the huge global threat of the melting polar ice cap.

post 25 March 2014
I am on the edge of the Arctic Circle...

Next Monday sees the publication of one of the strongest climate change reports the United Nations has ever commissioned. It looks set to be a terrifying document.

video 18 March 2014 UK, Canada

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Vaz wants 'full inquiry' into detention centre death - video

It is shameful that 84-year-old Alois Dvorzac died in handcuffs at a UK detention centre, and there needs to be a full inquiry, says Keith Vaz MP, chair of the home affairs select committee.

post 17 March 2014
Time to see the world through Russian eyes?

The vote is done. Crimean matters have come to a head. But how did we get into the mess, which now has 'the west' scurrying around looking for reprisals against Russia?

post 14 March 2014
Tony Benn: aristocratic fighter for those less privileged than himself

Tony Benn was a clutter of paradoxes: impossibly aristocratic, his sympathy and passion were for those who could never aspire to live, like him, in Holland Park Avenue.

post 02 March 2014
Is news ruining our lives?

I argue that we stand at the dawn of the golden age of what we have come to describe as journalism.

post 27 February 2014
The fate of the beauteous barn owl

It is midnight and I am standing in a barn, deep in the west Berkshire countryside, searching for barn owls - the beautiful British birds threatened by rat poison and climate change.

post 24 February 2014
Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood, Bach and the Wapping Hydraulic

Jonny Greenwood, guitarist, viola player and computer whizzkid of Radiohead electrifies an audience at Wapping Power Station. But that's no surprise - this is London.

post 20 February 2014
RTS awards: Channel 4 News wins Programme of the Year

Channel 4 News wins Programme of the Year at the RTS awards and dedicates the win to late cameraman Graham Heslop.

article 17 February 2014 UK
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#WT4 with Jon Snow & Alex Brooker - you ask the questions

Welcome to #WT4 - our new interactive show where you take over Jon Snow's questions. Our first guest was Alex Brooker from the Last Leg and The Jump. Watch again here.

video 13 February 2014 UK

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Russell Brand: 'You know I want a revolution, Jon mate'

Russell Brand is back and unrepentant about his belief that politics is dead. But here he is talking to Jon Snow about a campaign to change UK drug laws which MPs must now debate.

video 12 February 2014 UK

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Paul Daniels: 'most of the time we live in heaven' - video

Magician Paul Daniels tells Channel 4 News that he believes authorities have been "unprepared" for the flooding crisis, and says things have got worse for his home if dredging had not been stopped.

video 12 February 2014 UK

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Floods 'quite probably' caused by climate change - video

Hydrology expert Andrew McKenzie braves the floods (without waders) to tell Channel 4 News that the floods are "quite probably" caused by climate change.