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 Dr Bharat Pankhania, who’s an expert in infectious disease and public health
This evening the issue of Tigray was raised in parliament, and the UK government said that it would push for the UN and international community to carry out a credible investigation into the atrocities. We spoke with the UN’s humanitarian chief Sir Mark Lowcock and began by asking him whether aid agencies are able to…
A team from Medecins sans Frontieres has today reported witnessing Ethiopian soldiers killing civilians in Tigray. We have been speaking to Karline Kleijer, MSF’s emergency coordinator, and began by asking her to describe what her colleagues had seen.
We spoke to Melat Tesfaye, from the Tigrayan Youth Network, a campaign group of young people from the region now living in the UK who are opposed to the current Ethiopean leadership.
We spoke to Ian Blackford, the Scottish National Party leader in the Commons, and asked if recent events had exposed a terrible schism in the Scottish National Party.
The Chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee, Conservative MP, Tom Tugendhat and General Director for Medecins Sans Frontieres, Oliver Behn, in Amsterdam to discuss the disturbing reports of violent abuse of women by soldiers fighting in the Tigray region of Ethiopia.
We spoke to Jan Egeland, who is chair of the UN senior advisory panel on Syria, and began by asking if he thought after ten years, the situation was now worse than ever.
Danny Mortimer, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, has written to the Chancellor warning him that a failure to confirm the NHS budget this week will have an impact on services and communities around the country.
It’s exactly a decade today since a devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami struck north east Japan, leading to a nuclear disaster at Fukushima.
Labour’s Deputy Leader, says the government should increase their proposed NHS 1% pay rise, and criticised “wasteful” spending on private contracts for Test, Track and Trace.
It tells the story of a devastating nightclub fire in Romania which left 64 people dead and exposed the wide-scale corruption inside government and the country’s health care system which lay behind the tragedy.
A year ago, we were reporting the increasing signs that the pandemic was about to get much closer to home, but there were no masks, no lockdown – and life still felt relatively normal. Just twelve months, but it all seems a very long time ago.
As the UK is warned that further coronavirus waves are likely this year, we speak to Professor Christina Pagel.
We spoke to Dean Stott, who is a friend of Prince Harry’s.
Chief Executive and General Secretary of the Royal College of Nursing Professor Dame Donna Kinnair joined us from Hackney in east London.