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).

  • Published on 25 May 2017 Sections

    Of the 116 people hospitalised after the Manchester attack, 75 are being treated in hospitals around Greater Manchester. Twenty-three of those are in critical care, including five children. A large proportion are being treated at the Royal Manchester Infirmary. I went along to join staff as they observed this morning’s silence and to speak with…

  • Published on 25 May 2017 Sections

    One of the 22 people who were killed at the Manchester Arena on Monday night was 45-year-old mother Alison Howe. We spoke with Alison’s husband, Steve about that terrible night, when – he says – he was failed by the arrangements made by police to keep loved ones informed.

  • Published on 24 May 2017 Sections

    During last night’s vigil, a performance from local poet Tony Walsh stood out. His poem, ‘This Is The Place’, captures the spirit of a city that is well known for so much – its people, its industry and, of course, its music. Dave Haslam is a writer and musician who DJ’d at the legendary Hacienda…

  • Published on 24 May 2017 Sections

    Labour’s Shadow Home Secretary, Diane Abbott, and Liberal Democrat home affairs spokesman and former police officer, Lord Paddick, discuss the response to the Manchester bombing, including the decision to deploy soldiers at public places in London.

  • Published on 24 May 2017 Sections

    Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon says the decision to raise the terrorism threat level was made independently and deploying troops in public places, to “backfill” for the police, was a “direct response” to this. He adds that the Government has increased the number of armed police officers in recent years.

  • Published on 23 May 2017

    Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham says the terror attack “defies any reasoning”  and people will not let it divide the city.

  • Published on 23 May 2017

    In the last hour, Manchester has come together to hold a vigil in memory of those who died, for the families of the injured and for the whole community here.  

  • Published on 23 May 2017

    Phil and Kim Dick, whose daughter and granddaughter were at the concert, had gone to collect them and were just 30 feet from the bomber when he exploded the device. A warning: their testimony is graphic and you may find it upsetting.

  • Published on 20 May 2017 Sections

    President Rouhani didn’t want it, the police didn’t want it: But joy erupted onto the streets tonight celebrating. His decisive win is a confirmation of what he has begun, and has now promised to continue: his progressive moderate path.

  • Published on 19 May 2017 Sections

    Dr Mohammed Marandi, professor of American studies at Tehran University, on Iranian/US relations and his country’s role in Syria’s civil war.

  • Published on 19 May 2017 Sections

    The future of Iran’s influence in the region will be shaped by what happens here today, as voters go to the polls to elect a new President. When you ask them, people on the street here see that attack in Syria as simply another hostile act by the United States against Iran. But it would…

  • Published on 19 May 2017 Sections ,

    Another attempt to broker peace in Syria began in Geneva this week. The Syrian regime and opposition forces agreed four main de-escalation zones in the north. Despite this ‘”truce”, though, there hasn’t been an end to the fighting and killing. There were reportedly more than 200 civilian casualties during last week’s ceasefire alone – half…

  • Published on 18 May 2017 Sections , ,

    We speak to Dr Abbas Ali Shameli a scholar and preacher based in Qom about recent moderate changes in Iran, and Iran’s connections to the outside world – including Syria.

  • Published on 18 May 2017 Sections , ,

    Ever since the Iranian Revolution of 1979, this place Qom has been the Centre of both political and religious power in Iran.

  • Published on 17 May 2017

    Since his election in 2013, Hassan Rouhani has helped his country reach a nuclear deal with the wider world, involving the lifting of sanctions and the pursuit of peaceful nuclear power programmes. But, with the Trump administration notably cooler than its predecessor on relations with Tehran, more conservative forces are seeking to regain power.