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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 26 January 2015 World, Greece

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Can Syriza live up to the hype? - video

In the cold light of day - the morning after the night before - are Greek voters thinking more soberly about what the future now holds? Jon Snow speaks to people on the streets of Athens to find out.

post 23 January 2015
The Saudi king is dead, long live the Saudi king

Many thousands of Saudi men are in the field with Isis. But the Saudi royal family is so dominant that it is unclear who is linked to what when it comes to the export of extremism.

post 21 January 2015
No Chilcot report on Iraq: absolutely no surprise

No one knows how to delay an urgent inquiry into serious misjudgments, mistakes, and misdoings, than the British 'system'.

post 20 January 2015
No tears for the passing of the Sun's page 3 anachronism

There's no topless page 3 girl in today's edition of the Sun newspaper - but in the age of the internet, didn't the feature become obsolete many years ago?

post 19 January 2015
Fiddling whilst the Swissie churns

They spend their lives dealing, trading, monitoring and watching. Yet last week, when the Swiss Central Bank detached the Swissie from tracking the Euro, it turns out they knew nothing.

post 12 January 2015
Human rights: weapons exports, floggings and extremism

On Friday, as Jewish shoppers were being held or murdered in a Paris Supermarket, Raif Badawi, a Saudi blogger, was being lashed fifty times in a public flogging in Saudi Arabia.

post 07 January 2015
Charlie Hebdo shooting is a ferociously shocking moment

Even for a hardened news man in a hardened newsroom the mass shooting at the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo is a ferociously shocking moment.

post 05 January 2015
Time to end the special UK 'military relationship' with America?

For the first time in nearly a decade and a half we are not formally at war - but exactly how many "security" or "military" people we have left behind in Iraq and Afghanistan is an imprecise matter.

post 16 December 2014
Time to un-redact the mother of parliaments

The cry is up - if you have a conscience, if you care about your country's integrity and decency, you guys, start leaking!

video 26 November 2014 UK

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Angelina Jolie: mansion tax could 'put me off' moving to UK

Actress and director Angelina Jolie tells Channel 4 News she would like to buy a property in Britain, but could be "put off' by Labour's proposed mansion tax on properties worth more than 2m.

video 25 November 2014 Culture

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Angelina Jolie on Pitt and us Brits - video

Jon Snow interviews film star and human rights ambassador Angelina Jolie about her new film, her future in acting, Brad Pitt - and whether she's planning to move to Britain.

video 20 November 2014 World

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'I'm really not an opera fan', says top composer - video

John Adams, who has won a Pulitzer but some of whose work is shrouded in controversy over claims of anti-Semitism, makes a surprising admission to Channel 4 News.

post 18 November 2014
I've worn the same suit for a fortnight - but not deliberately

News that one of my fellow male presenters in Australia managed to wear the same suit for a year without anyone noticing has set me thinking about my own wardrobe.

post 11 November 2014
Eureka moment offers hope of cystic fibrosis cure

The parents of Stuart Gordon, who died of cystic fibrosis, have steadfastly fundraised for Dr Anil Mehta in his search for a cure - and now there is real hope for young sufferers.

post 10 November 2014
When it came to Ronald Reagan, the Iron Lady was a pussycat

Imagine my excitement on learning there were tapes of Mrs Thatcher's handbagging of Ronald Reagan after the US invasion of Grenada. But in fact she hardly gets a word in.

video 28 October 2014 UK

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The man who saved 669 children from the Nazis - video

76 years ago Sir Nicholas Winton saved 669 children by arranging their transport out of Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia to the UK. On Tuesday, aged 105, he was flown back for a ceremony at Prague Castle.

post 26 October 2014
Ebola: hysteria, nursing, reporting and courage

As America descends into Ebola panic, the bravery of those on Africa's front line sticks out.

video 22 October 2014 UK

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Who are you, Grayson Perry? - video

Jon Snow interviews Grayson Perry at his new exhibition, Who Are You, which features portraits ranging from Chris Huhne to a white Muslim convert.

video 07 October 2014 World, Liberia

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'It is not under control': Ebola in Liberia - video

Oscar Bloh, head of an Ebola taskforce in Liberia, updates Channel 4 News on the situation on the ground - as says the country's citizens do not trust the government to handle the crisis.