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).
Ginna Andrew’s three-year-old son Jian is in Dominica with her mother.
Joining us from Dublin is Evan Cullen, an Aer Lingus pilot and President of the Irish Air Line Pilots’ Association, a union which represents some of the Ryanair pilots. And Victoria Moores, an aviation analyst and European editor of Air Transport World.
Norman Lamont, who was appointed Theresa May’s trade envoy to Iran just three days after sanctions were lifted, and the Iranian-American journalist Azadeh Moaveni, discuss the Iran nuclear deal.
Professor Mohammad Marandi, dean of North American studies at the University of Tehran, responds to President Trump’s comments about Iran.
The sculptor Sir Antony Gormley, renowned for his Angel of the North and his iron men installations, such as Another Place, has now curated an exhibition of art by prisoners. They are detainees in the UK’s prisons, secure hospitals, immigration removal centres, as well as ex-offenders now back in the community. He was inspired to put…
The head of the Commonwealth, Baroness Scotland, who was born in Dominica, talks about Hurricane Maria.
He’s a giant of world literature, a master story-teller and a Nobel Prize winner. Turkish novelist Orhan Parmuk’s books have sold more than 13 million copies and been translated into 63 languages. His latest, The Red Haired Woman, is a tale of a young man seeking a father figure, but like many of his books it…
Former deputy assistant commissioner of the Met, Andy Trotter, who co-ordinated the response to the 7/7 terror attacks, discusses the terror threat and our Amazon findings.
Yvette Cooper, chair of the home affairs committee, responds to our report on Amazon.
Only two people made it out alive from the 23rd floor – the very top of the Grenfell tower – on June 14th. This is their story.
Tomorrow night Sir Simon Rattle returns to the London Symphony Orchestra for the first time in two decades. Jon Snow went to meet him.
Steve White, of the Police Federation, and Conservative MP and Treasury aide, Chris Philp, discuss public sector pay.
Ravina Shamdasani, from the UN Human Rights Office, discusses Myanmar’s treatment of the Rohingya.
A new show tracking the career of one of Britain’s leading contemporary artists, Rachel Whiteread, opens tomorrow at London’s Tate Britain gallery.
The Labour MP and chair of the Brexit committee, Hilary Benn, discusses the government’s EU withdrawal bill.