Series 31 Episode 295
7PM Wed 22 October 2014

Channel 4 News presents an exclusive report on how a medical procedure used to remove fibroids by keyhole surgery could be putting women's lives at risk, as well as challenging the Work and Pensions Secretary, Iain Duncan Smith, on the slow progress of the flagship Universal Credit and talking to artist Grayson Perry about his latest work.

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    1. 'Don't thank me, I've done nothing for you' - Richard Ayoade This video is a extra 'Don't thank me, I've done nothing for you' - Richard Ayoade Video duration: 5:05 minutes

      Actor and director Richard Ayoade is famously shy. So shy, in fact, that when he wrote his latest book, he interviewed himself. He talks to Channel 4 News about why he's so uncomfortable with interviews.
    2. Gruff Rhys on the trail of John Evans This video is a extra Gruff Rhys on the trail of John Evans Video duration: 5:35 minutes

      The musician Gruff Rhys from the Super Furry Animals has taken a departure from making tunes to follow in the footsteps of John Evans - a man who left Wales 200 years ago in search of a Welsh speaking tribe of native Americans
    3. Jihad, the debate - can it ever be justified? This video is a extra Jihad, the debate - can it ever be justified? Video duration: 15:42 minutes

      A jihad fighter and aid activist in Syria, who says he¿s been branded a terrorist, join studio guests for a live debate on the state of the jihadi battle.
    4. Anchors away! When Snow met Paxman - video This video is a extra Anchors away! When Snow met Paxman - video Video duration: 8:05 minutes

      After twenty-five years, Jeremy Paxman says he wants to go to sleep at the same time as his viewers. Ahead of his last Newsnight, Jon Snow went to interview him at the BBC.
    5. Farewell to Catalina, a life lost in Romania's tunnels This video is a extra Farewell to Catalina, a life lost in Romania's tunnels Video duration: 10:07 minutes

      Channel 4 News filmed 18-year-old Catalina living beneath the streets of Bucharest with other homeless drug addicts. She died last week from Aids-related heart failure. We return to film her funeral. .
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      Our film from Bucharest's tunnels exposed the hell of hundreds of drug-addicted men, women and children. Catalina, who appears in the film, died recently. Paraic O'Brien went back for her funeral. Warning: contains distressing images.
    7. Pharrell Williams: Explaining 'Blurred Lines' This video is a extra Pharrell Williams: Explaining 'Blurred Lines' Video duration: 4:23 minutes

      Pharrell Williams says the lyrics in Blurred Lines in no way condone or encourage men to force themselves on women.
    8. Behind the scenes: Paraic O'Brien and the King of the Tunnel This video is a extra Behind the scenes: Paraic O'Brien and the King of the Tunnel Video duration: 3:13 minutes

      Paraic O'Brien went to Bucharest to meet the people who live underground. Here he explains how it came about and what happened when he was there.
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    9. Romania's Bruce Lee, king of the Bucharest tunnels This video is a extra Romania's Bruce Lee, king of the Bucharest tunnels Video duration: 0:52 minutes

      Channel 4 News goes underground to meet the hundreds of adults and children living in tunnels under Romania's capital city, abandoned by society to a life of drug addiction and squalid conditions. .
      • The programme isn't suitable for younger viewers
    10. Meet Bruce Lee, king of Romania's tunnel underworld This video is a extra Meet Bruce Lee, king of Romania's tunnel underworld Video duration: 12:36 minutes

      Channel 4 News meets the people living underground in tunnels beneath Romania's capital Bucharest, abandoned by society to a life of drug addiction and shocking conditions.
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