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).
Jon Snow is joined in the studio by the Labour MP Yvette Cooper and the Conservative’s Tim Loughton to discuss the anger and reaction to President Trump’s retweets of posts from a British far-right group.
An interview with Gulnur Aybet, senior advisor to President Erdogan of Turkey.
That ubiquitous poster art image of President Obama is instantly recognisable, but it is about to be rivaled. The artist Kehinde Wiley has become the former President’s official portraitist, his work destined for the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC. Wiley won’t reveal how he will portray Obama, but his new London exhibition and…
Myanmar has signed a deal with Bangladesh to send hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslim refugees back home. Earlier today Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi met the Bangladeshi foreign minister to discuss the details of the agreement. They say repatriations will begin within the next two months. More than 600 thousand people have crossed…
Treasury Minister Mel Stride discusses the budget.
Elliot Pfebve, an EU envoy for the opposition Movement for Democratic Change, and Marshall Gore, the UK chairman of the Zanu-PF party, discuss Zimbabwe’s future.
Henry Newman, director of the Open Europe think tank and a former adviser to the leading Brexiteer Michael Gove, and Labour MP Alison McGovern discuss Brexit.
Joining us is Alex Magaisa, a lawyer and constitutional expert who was an adviser to the former Prime Minister and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai.
We spoke to Pastor Evan Mawarire – a Zimbabwean religious leader and leader of the ‘This Flag Movement ‘ – an anti-Mugabe protest movement. He has been jailed several times.
Africa Minister Rory Stewart discusses Zimbabwe without Mugabe.
Former Zimbabwean MP Bright Matonga, who served in Mugabe’s government, human rights activist Mary Ndoro, who supports the main opposition party, and the Zimbabwean lawyer Lloyd Msipa, who is executive director of the Africa Public Policy Research Institute, discuss the military takeover.
He played a key role in some of the most celebrated trials of the last century: defending the likes of the spy George Blake, the drug dealer Howard Marks, and Christine Keeler. The barrister Jeremy Hutchinson has died at the age of 102 after a remarkable career at the criminal bar.
Scotland’s former first minister Alex Salmond has a new talk show on the Russian state-funded channel Russia Today. That hasn’t gone down well with some of his political colleagues, who’ve accused the channel of being a propaganda vehicle.
The Conservative MP Damian Collins chairs the Commons culture, media and sport select committee, which is investigating allegations of Russian meddling.
A host of writers, musicians and artists have contributed their own farewells to the EU in a new book, Goodbye Europe. Two of them are the American novelist Lionel Shriver and the author Cathy Rentzenbrink.