Channel 4 News

  • First shown: Mon 2 Jan 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Tue 3 Jan 2017

    Sir Ivan Rogers - Britain's top man in Brussels, earmarked for a key role in Brexit talks - has stunned the political world by resigning. And are Trump's aggressive Twitter tactics bearing fruit?

  • First shown: Wed 4 Jan 2017

    What does the mysterious resignation of Sir Ivan Rogers, Britain's top diplomat at the EU, say about the Brexit project? Plus: the gender pay gap.

  • First shown: Thu 5 Jan 2017

    Jeremy Corbyn resists mounting pressure to step down after Labour's humiliating byelection loss in Copeland. Plus Trump whips up Conservative crowds by mocking the First Amendment.

  • First shown: Fri 6 Jan 2017

    Including the looming crisis in the UK's hospitals and an insight into the existing crisis in our prisons. Plus: Donald Trump's verdict on the intelligence briefing over cyber hacking.

  • First shown: Sat 7 Jan 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 8 Jan 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 9 Jan 2017

    The Prime Minister spells out her vision of a 'shared society', promising to take on the 'everyday injustices' that millions face, and announcing plans to help people with mental health problems

  • First shown: Tue 10 Jan 2017

    Jeremy Corbyn attempts to clarify Labour's stance on free movement of EU citizens but ends up neither for it nor against it. Meanwhile, new evidence emerges of an A&E crisis.

  • First shown: Wed 11 Jan 2017

    Trump dismisses claims the Russians have compromising material on him, and President Obama makes an emotional farewell speech. Plus in Greece, refugees are at risk of freezing to death.

  • First shown: Thu 12 Jan 2017

    The Trump dossier and revelations that a former British spy compiled it. Plus concerns from top US climate change scientists about Trump's near-denial, and pop-up art school at Tate Modern

  • First shown: Fri 13 Jan 2017

    Jeremy Corbyn denies Labour is out of control, as Tristram Hunt says he's stepping down as an MP to become director of the V&A museum. And we report from a village threatened by floods.

  • First shown: Sat 14 Jan 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 15 Jan 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 16 Jan 2017

    Donald Trump promises Britain a quick trade deal post-Brexit. There will be fresh elections at Stormont as Northern Ireland's Assembly collapses.

  • First shown: Tue 17 Jan 2017

    The UK won't hold on to 'bits' of the EU and will exit the single market. Where does the Prime Minister's Brexit clarification leave us and Europe? Plus: what Trumpism means for New Yorkers.

  • First shown: Wed 18 Jan 2017

    We report from Belgrade where hundreds of refugees are sleeping rough in sub-zero temperatures. And President Obama gives his final news conference. We assess his legacy and Trump's future.

  • First shown: Thu 19 Jan 2017

    Channel 4 News reports from Washington on the eve of the biggest political upheaval for a generation, as Donald Trump prepares to become President

  • First shown: Fri 20 Jan 2017

    We report from Washington as Donald Trump becomes president. We hear from supporters and protestors and ask what Trump's America - and his world order - will look like. The next four years start here.

  • First shown: Sat 21 Jan 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 22 Jan 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 23 Jan 2017

    What happened when Trident's missile was tested last June, weeks before Parliament voted to renew it? Donald Trump begins to roll back Barack Obama's policies. And should we worry about burnt toast?

  • First shown: Tue 24 Jan 2017

    MPs will vote on Brexit, after the government lost their legal challenge. We hear from each side of the debate, and from Scotland, where political leaders are angry about not getting their own say.

  • First shown: Wed 25 Jan 2017

    The government yields ground on Brexit negotiations, promising a white paper on its plans. Plus: Donald Trump, the border wall, immigration... and a Twitter war with the National Parks.

  • First shown: Thu 26 Jan 2017

    The top management team at the US State Department resign en masse. Meanwhile, Theresa May flies to Washington, under pressure to challenge Donald Trump over his claim that torture 'absolutely works'.

  • First shown: Fri 27 Jan 2017

    Russia? Torture? Trade deals? Mexico? Theresa May meets President Trump. And we speak to the former Mexican president who didn't delete his expletives about Trump's wall.

  • First shown: Sat 28 Jan 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 29 Jan 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 30 Jan 2017

    The ban on people from seven predominantly Muslim countries entering the US reverberates around the world. We report from Washington and from London, as crowds gather to protest.

  • First shown: Tue 31 Jan 2017

    A top EU official lists the new US Administration as one of the 'external threats' to the well-being of Europe. As MPs begin the Brexit process, he warns that 'united we stand, divided we fall'.

  • First shown: Wed 1 Feb 2017

    Including MPs' vote on the Brexit bill. And does Ukip's candidate in the Stoke by-election really live there? We've been to the house listed on his nomination form, and it's empty.

  • First shown: Thu 2 Feb 2017

    Including our exclusive report into allegations of horrific physical abuse of teenage boys at the home of leading QC John Smyth, which is sending waves throughout the Anglican church

  • First shown: Fri 3 Feb 2017

    Including part two of our exclusive investigation into evangelical Christian and barrister John Smyth, accused of physically abusing young men

  • First shown: Sat 4 Feb 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 5 Feb 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 6 Feb 2017

    A leading bishop says he was a victim of the violent abuse scandal that has rocked the church. And we meet Yazidi families who are fleeing from IS militants in Iraq but who can't enter the US.

  • First shown: Tue 7 Feb 2017

    With more revelations from our church abuse investigation, including new evidence and an exclusive interview with the Zimbabwean prosecutor who prosecuted John Smyth after a 16-year-old boy drowned

  • First shown: Wed 8 Feb 2017

    Including the leaked text messages that Labour say show the government did a sweetheart deal to stop a council hiking Council Tax by 15%. And MPs vote on the Brexit bill for the final time.

  • First shown: Thu 9 Feb 2017

    Including the row over the government's decision to stop taking in unaccompanied child refugees under the Dubs amendment. Plus: the NHS, cancer treatment targets and hospital waiting times.

  • First shown: Fri 10 Feb 2017

    Donald Trump keeps up his twitter barrage against the court which refused to uphold his travel ban. Plus ending our week investigating Fake News - we're in the Philippines reporting on Twitter trolls.

  • First shown: Sat 11 Feb 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 12 Feb 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 13 Feb 2017

    Including the first UK TV interview with Emmanuel Macron since he emerged as the centre's main hope of stopping the far-right National Front from winning the French presidency

  • First shown: Tue 14 Feb 2017

    President Trump loses his National Security Adviser over inappropriate telephone conversations with Russian officials. And Brexit helps push inflation to a two-and-a-half-year high.

  • First shown: Wed 15 Feb 2017

    Including the Russian connection claims surrounding the Trump team. And a key North Korean defector tells us about the beautiful girls sent to assassinate people who are a threat to the ruling clique.

  • First shown: Thu 16 Feb 2017

    Trump renews his Twitter attack on the American intelligence services and media. Canadian PM Justin Trudeau signs an EU free trade agreement after eight years of negotiation; will ours take as long?

  • First shown: Fri 17 Feb 2017

    Tony Blair calls on British people to resist Brexit: is he the voice of opposition that has so far been lacking or a hangover from the past that will boost those who voted to leave the EU?

  • First shown: Sat 18 Feb 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 19 Feb 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 20 Feb 2017

    American VP Mike Pence is in Brussels trying to calm nervous EU leaders as protests hit Britain over the planned state visit of Donald Trump. And a fake news row erupts over business rates.

  • First shown: Tue 21 Feb 2017

    As Westminster braces for two by-elections on Thursday, we'll be in Stoke where the result could be on a knife-edge. And how Trump's immigration policy is working in Maryland - and Wales.

  • First shown: Wed 22 Feb 2017

    The fiancé of author Helen Bailey has been convicted of her murder. Ian Stewart claimed she'd disappeared from their home, when in fact he'd suffocated her and hidden her in a cesspit.

  • First shown: Thu 23 Feb 2017

    Exclusive report on the settlement paid to British suicide bomber Jamal Al Harith by the British Government for his time at Guantanamo, and the damage and disruption brought by Storm Doris.

  • First shown: Fri 24 Feb 2017

    Jeremy Corbyn resists mounting pressure to step down after Labour's humiliating byelection loss in Copeland. Plus Trump whips up Conservative crowds by mocking the First Amendment.

  • First shown: Sat 25 Feb 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 26 Feb 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 27 Feb 2017

    The inquiry begins into the shocking abuse of thousands of British children who were sent to far-flung parts of the empire. Plus: the Oscars. And the grandmother deported to Singapore.

  • First shown: Tue 28 Feb 2017

    The inquest into the killing of 30 British tourists in Tunisia condemns the police response as 'shambolic and at worst cowardly'. Sir Philip Green agrees to pay £363 million into BHS's pension fund.

  • First shown: Wed 1 Mar 2017

    A damning report from the UN into the siege of east Aleppo: all sides committed war crimes, and Syrian and Russian air forces stand accused of crimes committed with their airstrikes

  • First shown: Thu 2 Mar 2017

    Did Trump's Attorney General Jeff Sessions lie under oath about contact with Russia during the election campaign? Plus: our public sector in crisis. Police, hospitals and schools face shortages.

  • First shown: Fri 3 Mar 2017

    A report reveals a litany of failures by police investigating the death of toddler Poppi Worthington. And Banksy opens a hotel in Bethlehem: rooms with a view... of the West Bank separation barrier.

  • First shown: Sat 4 Mar 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Sun 5 Mar 2017

    Channel 4 News, including sport and weather. Please note each episode is only available for 24 hours on All 4. You can watch news from the last seven days on www.channel4.com/news.

  • First shown: Mon 6 Mar 2017

    Trump signs another executive order to restrict immigration from certain mainly Muslim countries. Plus: political impasse in Northern Ireland? And the far right in the Dutch elections.

  • First shown: Tue 7 Mar 2017

    The government faces the prospect of another Brexit defeat in the Lords. And Wikileaks has put thousands of documents that are said to come from the CIA's Center for Cyber Intelligence online.