Jackie Long is social affairs editor and presenter for Channel 4 News.
Jackie Long is Channel 4 News Social affairs editor and presenter. She joined the programme in 2011, following more than two decades at the BBC. Most recently she was Correspondent at Newsnight, and she previously worked on The World at One, PM and Five Live.
Until the Pope and his entourage arrived in Iraq today, Rev Joseph Cassar was the only Jesuit priest in the country.
Earlier we spoke to Anas Sawar and asked him first, why he had not tackled the crucial issue of Scottish independence in his acceptance speech.
We were joined by the economist Miatta Fahnbulleh, who’s chief executive of the New Economics Foundation think tank.
Daughter of punk icon Poly Styrene makes a documentary about her mother’s life called ‘I am a Cliche’.
We speak to Professor Krishnan Bhaskaran about discrepancies in the uptake of the Covid vaccine.
We spoke to Nicole Jacobs, the Domestic Abuse Commissioner for England and Wales.
Canada is following Australia in trying to rein in the power of tech giant Facebook.
The president of a multinational company, whose cladding was used on Grenfell Tower, did not alert customers to the dangers of one of its products following a 2009 tower block fire because nobody died in the blaze. The president of Arconic’s French arm told the Grenfell Tower Inquiry that the firm did not issue warnings…
We spoke to Camilla Batmanghelidjh and began by asking how she felt after today’s ruling.
Over the past 18 months we’ve been investigating the lives, and deaths, of young people caught up in criminal exploitation.
It has all the hallmarks of a Hollywood blockbuster – a heroic reporter, exotic locations – and a heinous killing by a hit squad allegedly ordered by the highest echelons of a nation’s royal family. But the new documentary The Dissident has nothing to do with fiction – it tells the true story of the…
Rescue teams in northern India are searching for around 140 people who are still missing after part of a Himalayan glacier broke away – triggering sudden, and massive floods. At least nine people have been killed. Most of the missing had been working at a hydroelectric plant which was almost completely swept away.
We were joined by Professor Peter Openshaw, an immunologist at Imperial University, who’s also a member of the The New and Emerging Respiratory Virus Threats Advisory Group advising the government on the threat posed by new and emerging viruses.
Chief Executive of the Soil Association, Helen Browning, who also runs a farm producing beef, dairy and pigs as well as cereals, joined us from Wiltshire.
It’s been a turbulent year for our food supply system. From panic buying to free school meals, the pandemic has placed enormous strains on food producers and retailers, not to mention the impact of Brexit. But is there an opportunity now to change how we eat and the impact that our diets have on the…