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 Conservative MP Karen Bradley and Labour MP Chris Bryant, and started by asking Karen Bradley if, at this moment, it didn’t matter which party they were from.
London GP Dr Clare Gerada is due to become the new president of the Royal College of GPs next month.
We spoke to Makram Rabah, who is a political analyst, an author and a lecturer at the American University of Beirut.
It has been nearly a month since the Taliban effectively banned girls from secondary education by ordering schools to re-open only for boys. Millions of teenage girls across the country are now denied the opportunity to continue their education.
We spoke to Professor Christina Pagel, director of University College London’s Clinical Operational Research Unit and a member of Independent SAGE, the group of scientists who throughout the pandemic have sought to broaden out the discussion around government policy and strategy.
The United Nations chief, Antonio Guterres, has used the opening day of the COP15 summit to declare that the world is losing what he called “our suicidal war against nature” and warning that the ecosystem is on the verge of collapse, with more than a million species at risk.
Tonight, we show what that planet looks like through the lens of the Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.
Tanzanian writer Abdulrazak Gurnah has won this year’s Nobel prize in Literature, for what the awards committee called his ‘uncompromising and passionate’ works on the effects of colonialism. Gurnah has been based in the UK since the 1960s, when he arrived as a student after fleeing persecution in his native Zanzibar. He has published 10…
Memorial services have been taking place today to mark 20 years since UK operations began in Afghanistan. Wreaths were laid at the Bastion Memorial in the National Arboretum in Staffordshire and in central London to the 457 service personnel who lost their lives. We spoke to General Stanley McChrystal – who commanded US and British…
Their music was the soundtrack to the post-punk movement that began in the late 70s – the fight against racism, against war and apartheid, and the bleak reality of unemployment and social inequality.
Thousands of patients in England are set to benefit from the first treatment for sickle cell disease for two decades.
We talked to the former chief constable of Greater Manchester Police, Sir Peter Fahy, and to Paige Kimberly.
We spoke to Dr Miatta Fahnbulleh, from the New Economics Foundation, and Professor Philip Booth of the Institute of Economic Affairs, to discuss whether it is too soon to end the furlough scheme.
We spoke to Bridget Phillipson, the shadow chief secretary to the Treasury, and started by asking why voters would be attracted to a party that heckles its own leader.
We spoke to Sue Fish, a former police chief constable, and began by asking whether there was a problem within the police.