Jon Snow


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).

  • Published on 26 Apr 2017 Sections ,

    Gina Miller, who has launched a campaign to encourage tactical voting against pro-Brexit MPs and in favour of a “real final vote on Brexit”, and Jonathan Isaby, editor of the website Brexit Central.

  • Published on 25 Apr 2017 Sections ,

    Wikipedia’s co-founder, Jimmy Wales, is planning to set up a news service to push back against “fake news”.

  • Published on 25 Apr 2017 Sections , ,

    Shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer.

  • Published on 24 Apr 2017 Sections

    Labour MP for Rhondda, Chris Bryant, and Stephen Crabb, Conservative MP for Preseli Pembrokeshire.

  • Published on 20 Apr 2017 Sections ,

    The Prime Minister took time off from campaigning today to welcome the president of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani, to Downing Street. I spoke to Antonio Tajani earlier and asked him whether the rights of EU citizens here would be protected come Brexit?

  • Published on 20 Apr 2017 Sections ,

    Joining us are Labour’s Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade, Barry Gardiner, and the co-leader of the Green Party, Caroline Lucas.

  • Published on 19 Apr 2017

    Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry.

  • Published on 19 Apr 2017

    Former cabinet minister and Brexiteer, Michael Gove, and former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg.

  • Published on 18 Apr 2017 Sections

    Well here in Scotland this is something of a seismic moment. The vote here won’t be so much about Brexit as independence and another chance to determine the future of the United Kingdom itself. Nicola Sturgeon called Mrs May’s announcement a “huge political miscalculation” and she will be banking on Scottish voters rejecting not just…

  • Published on 18 Apr 2017

    With me now are Kezia Dugdale, leader of the Scottish Labour party and the SNP’s Derek Mackay who is Cabinet Secretary for Finance and the Constitution.

  • Published on 11 Apr 2017 Sections ,

    Julie Robinson, general secretary of the Independent Schools Council, and psychotherapist Professor Joy Schaverien, author of Boarding School Syndrome.

  • Published on 11 Apr 2017 Sections ,

    In his new book, ‘Stiff Upper Lip’, the journalist, Alex Renton describes his torment at being sent away to board at the age of just eight. But he also documents the years of physical and sexual abuse that he says he suffered in school.

  • Published on 11 Apr 2017 Sections , , ,

    Republican commentator Ann Coulter, a long-time supporter of President Trump but a critic of the air strikes he launched in Syria, and Dr Jan Halper-Hayes, an adviser to the President’s administration who supports the strikes.

  • Published on 10 Apr 2017 Sections

    Risha Lancaster, who runs Coffee4Craig; a charity which supports homeless people in Manchester, and former Liberal Democrat MP and Home Office minister Norman Baker, who helped draft the legislation that led to spice becoming an illegal drug.

  • Published on 6 Apr 2017 Sections

    Earlier I spoke with Khalid Al Mubarak, who is the press attache to the Embassy of Sudan in London, and Dame Rosalind Marsden who was the British Ambassador to Sudan, followed by becoming the EU Special Representative for Sudan and South Sudan. She’s now an associate fellow at Chatham House.