Anja Popp is an award-winning reporter, covering human-interest, counterculture and justice stories both at home and abroad.
In 2019, Anja was awarded the RTS Young Talent of the Year award and later won a Mind Media award with her team. In 2018 she was part of a three-person team shortlisted for an Orwell Award.
She began her Channel 4 News career in Washington DC as an intern in 2014, and has since been a guest booker and a producer, before becoming a reporter in 2018.
Anja regularly reports on Channel 4 News’ Uncovered series on Facebook, her film on Femicide in Mexico was nominated for an RTS award in 2020.
Anja has also worked on several Channel 4 Dispatches programmes, first as a researcher and imbedded undercover reporter, and most recently reporting on an hour-long investigation
The young minke whale which got stranded in the River Thames, almost 100 miles from home, has now been put down by a vet.
A £10,000 reward has been offered by the charity Crimestoppers for any information which might lead to a conviction of the killer of Julia James.
We are all waiting to know what the new normal is going to be, but for a few thousand ravers in a Liverpool warehouse who are taking part in a Covid-safe pilot event, the answer might be that the new normal is very familiar indeed.
Hannah Reid says years of misogyny in a male dominated industry almost drove her to quit music for good.
Today the Court of Appeal quashed the convictions of 39 former sub-postmasters, the largest miscarriage of justice in British history.
The actress Helen McCrory has died from cancer at the age of 52.
A year after it was first introduced, the landmark violence against women and girls bill is back in the House of Commons, where the government has accepted the majority of suggestions made by the Lords.
Officials have warned people to stay cautious as England takes a major step to ease lockdown restrictions tomorrow – to minimise the risk of another wave of infections. The latest 24-hour government figures show 111,109 people received their first dose of the Covid vaccine yesterday meaning more than 32 million people have now received their…
Heavy ashfall has been raining down on parts of the Caribbean island of St Vincent – a day after the La Soufriere volcano exploded – forcing thousands of people to flee their homes. The island’s prime minister has urged local people to remain calm, after warnings that the volcano could keep exploding for several days…
The women living in fear in the countryside who are campaigning for change.
The swift vaccine rollout has been welcome relief to many people who have been shielding for months, but not for the 61.000 clinically vulnerable children in the UK who are not yet eligible for the jab.
Salvage engineers have warned that the Suez Canal could stay blocked by a stranded giant container ship for days – or possibly weeks. The Ever Given, which is a quarter of a mile long, became wedged across the busy shipping route during a sandstorm on Tuesday. It is operated by shipping company Evergreen Marine and…
Just over a year since devastating wildfires in Australia, another natural disaster has been declared after the worst flooding in decades hit the state of New South Wales. Evacuation orders have been issued in many locations and hundreds of people have been rescued from the rising waters. One young couple saw their house swept away…
A record number of Covid vaccinations administered yesterday helped push the number of people who have received their first dose to more than half of the UK’s adult population. The government has also announced 56 million pound fund to help England’s coastal towns and high streets re-open as lockdown restrictions are eased.
In Poland laws on abortion have been amongst the strictest in Europe and last October the rules were tightened further.