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).
As well as presenting the programme, Jon writes Snowblog - a unique take on the day's events - and Snowmail - a preview of the evening programme's main stories.
It’s not just EU citizens who feel unfairly treated by the British authorities. A grandmother who’s lived in Britain for 30 years has been deported to Singapore, saying she’s been treated like a terrorist. Irene Clennell was removed on Sunday with just £15 in her pocket.
Oliver Cosgrove, who was selected to be sent to Australia in 1952 at the age of three, travelling when he was just four. There he was subjected to sexual and physical abuse throughout his childhood at the hands of the Christian brothers who ran the school he attended.
Ministers have said former Guantanamo Bay detainees could lose financial settlements paid to them if they have breached legal agreements with the Government. With us now to discuss this is Baroness Pauline Neville-Jones, former Security minister in the coalition government, Chris Phillips, once head of national counter-terrorism security for the police and Anna Turley, the…
Jo Cox’s husband Brendan is hoping to build bridges in divided British communities by announcing special events to mark the first anniverary of his wife’s death.
Labour MP Naz Shah, who sits on the home affairs committee, and the Conservative MP and former Northern Ireland Secretary,Theresa Villiers.
The refugee crisis is a modern problem of biblical proportions, with the UN estimating that more than 65m people are displaced by war or persecution. In his latest attempt to document this desperate human struggle, contemporary artist Richard Mosse has turned to a powerful military grade camera that detects body heat from over 30km away.
Richard Barrett, former director of global counter-terrorism operations at MI6, and Sasha Havlicek, co-founder of the counter-terrorism think tank, the Institute for Strategic Dialogue.
Carter Page, the former foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign.
Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has hailed a controversial trade deal with the EU, saying the world would benefit from a stronger Europe. We speak to Canadian High Commissioner to the UK Janice Charette and Green MP Caroline Lucas.
Interview with vocal coach and TV presenter Carrie Grant, who has two daughters diagnosed with autism and Asperger syndrome.
Interview with Paul French, the author of North Korea: State of Paranoia.
Donald Trump expands on his condemnation of the press, ordering an aggressive investigation into the media. He’s also restated his determination to move against Muslim immigrants in a way that doesn’t once again lead to the judges ruling him unconstitutional.
Lanny Davis, who was President Clinton’s lawyer at the White House, and Mica Mosbacher, a supporter of Donald Trump.
Hyeonseo Lee, a North Korean defector and author of The Girl with Seven Names.
Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to President Trump.