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).
The Iranian Ambassador to the UK tells me that ‘there are certain provisions for clemency’ for Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe who’s been in prison in Iran since April 2016.
It could just be on in the background while you’re busy round the house. Or a welcome distraction on the morning commute.
Boris Johnson is yet to do any TV interviews and today even ducked an off-camera hustings with political journalists.
We speak to the former US foreign policy adviser Vali Nasr, dean of the school of advanced international studies at Johns Hopkins University in Washington DC, and Professor Sadegh Zibakalam, from the University of Tehran, who’s written widely about contemporary politics in Iran.
Work and Pensions secretary Amber Rudd is backing Jeremy Hunt.
We began by asking Priti Patel if Boris Johnson’s reluctance to be interviewed increased his chances of success.
Danny Sriskandarajah is CEO of Oxfam GB.
Former Defence Secretary Michael Fallon is one of Boris Johnson’s main supporters.
The author Michael Wolff has just published his latest book on the Trump White House, Siege: Trump Under Fire.
Kathy Burk, Emeritus Professor of History at University College London, Rear Admiral Alex Burton, formerly of the Royal Navy, and Anne Applebaum, a columnist at the Washington Post, discuss the D-Day anniversary.
Along with Theresa May, the Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt was also in Portsmouth, and we spoke to her earlier about some of the tensions of our time.
The veterans of the Normandy landings who were able to be in Portsmouth today are the ever-shrinking band of servicemen with first-hand memories of the invasion.
Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry discusses the Trump visit.
We spoke to Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, minutes after he greeted President Trump as he arrived in the UK, and asked if we would have to give way on US demands on Huawei to protect what he’s described as “our most important intelligence relationship”.
Jan Halper-Hayes, the former vice president of Republicans Overseas, and Nels Abbey, journalist and author of a satire on race in Western societies, Think Like a White Man, discuss the future of UK-American relations.