Puff Daddy owns her work and she’s painted John Terry as King Solomon. Channel 4 News meets painter Rose Wylie, one of the mystery Aero Girls.
Brain surgeon Henry Marsh tells Katie Razzall about some of the life-or-death decisions he has had to make, and explains that if an operation has gone well he tells the patient: “I enjoyed that!”
Award-winning writer Gary Shteyngart is on a mission to save the novel – and he has the hundreds of author puffs to prove it. He tells Katie Razzall about his new memoir and the art of the “blurb”.
It’s just six seconds of video – but it has become big business over the last 12 months. The commercial world is claiming its share of the action on the social media app Vine.
Maajid Nawaz “exercised his freedom of speech in expressing a minority Muslim view” and the Liberal Democrats “defend his right to do that”, Lord Ashdown tells Channel 4 News.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome: many have never heard of it, but its effects are agonising and it can be triggered by a seemingly small incident. We’ve asked one young child to tell us her story.
Revealing photographs by some of the 20th century’s most influential culture icons show unseen sides to Andy Warhol, William Burroughs and David Lynch.
Census figures show one in 10 babies in England and Wales are Muslim. But what do the figures – & the coverage – add to the immigration debate? We head to Bradford, and debate the issue in the studio.
After David Cameron spends his time in China attempting to woo the government, Katie Razzall speaks to Chinese students living in London to see whether the feeling is mutual.
What do teenagers think is acceptable when it comes to sex? Channel 4 News can reveal government research which shows teenagers understand the concept of consent – but do not always apply it.
Daphne Guinness is described as a poet, artist, musician and fashion icon. She’s also an heiress and was a great friend of the late fashion muse, stylist, and editor, Isabella Blow.
Francis Bacon’s three-panelled painting Three Studies of Lucian Freud has become the most expensive work of art ever sold at auction, Katie Razzall reports.
David Tennant’s widely-praised Richard II will be broadcast live from the RSC to cinemas on Wednesday. The former Dr Who actor says it gives people “the chance of being live in the theatre”.
Channel 4 News reveals another jigsaw piece in the mystery of the Aero Girls – the women who advertised chocolate in the 1950s but until now, were unknown.
New clues emerge in the search for the Aero Girls – the mystery women who advertised Rowntree’s chocolate in the 1950s – as Channel 4 News reveals one of their identities.