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).
We spoke to Robert Nisbet, the Regional Director of the Rail Delivery Group.
Natalie Elphicke, chief executive of the Housing and Finance Institute, and Polly Neate, the CEO of Shelter, discuss Theresa May’s £2bn social housing pledge.
‘The Complete Guide to Breast Cancer’ gives an insight into what happens when the doctor becomes the patient.
Alexandra Bulata, a Romanian PhD student in London, who’s written about the prospects for EU citizens living in the UK after Brexit, and Enam Ali, a Bangladeshi-born British businessman and founder of The British Curry Awards, discuss post-Brexit migration.
The president of the National Union of Students, Shakira Martin, and Professor Len Shackleton, from the free-market think tank, the Institute of Economic Affairs, discuss sixth-form funding.
Evgeny Buzhinsky is a former Lieutenant-General who worked in the Russian Ministry of Defence for over 15 years and is now chairman of the PIR Centre, a Moscow-based think tank.
We spoke Maria Alyokhina, better known as Masha, one of the other members of Pussy Riot.
Dutch Green MEP Judith Sargentini discusses the action taken against Hungary by the European Parliament
We spoke to Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell ahead of his speech at the TUC and began by asking him about criticism that extending more rights to gig economy workers would cause jobs to be lost, before questioning him about Brexit.
Today marked a milestone for a specific NHS cancer treatment in the UK. Proton beam therapy, the form of radiotherapy that destroys cancer cells with pinpoint accuracy, with less damage to surrounding tissue, is about to become a reality in England.
We are joined by Bill Browder, the financier and activist who has campaigned for Russian sanctions following the death of his lawyer, Sergei Magnitsky, after whom the Magnitsky Act sanctions are named.
Sir Andrew Wood, former UK ambassador to Russia, and Dr Sally Leivesley, a security analyst with expertise in dealing with biological and chemical threats, discuss the Salisbury poisonings.
The loss is simply incalculable: 20 million artefacts, representing 200 years of Brazil’s heritage, almost all of it destroyed in a huge fire which engulfed Rio’s National Museum in a matter of hours. We spoke to Dr Livia Rezende, a research tutor at the Royal College of Art and V&A.
The photographs of three-year-old Alan Kurdi, whose body was washed up on a Turkish beach three years ago, are the story of Syria’s tragedy. And for the novelist Khaled Hosseini, there was only one way to make sense of it – by travelling to the camps to meet asylum seekers and writing about it.
Dr Anna Jones, a climate scientist at the British Antarctic Survey, discusses the UK’s hot summer.