Former Turner prize nominee Shirazeh Houshiar takes Katie Razzall round Tate Modern’s new exhibition of the work of the great 20th century modernist Paul Klee.
Imagine a lieutenant-colonel in the Saudi Arabian army. Now imagine a conceptual artist from the same country. Put them together and you get Abdulnasser Gharem, who has his first big show in London.
Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg speaks to Romford voters as a poll reveals 40 per cent of Ukip supporters would vote Conservative to stop Labour winning the next election.
William Boyd, the author of the new James Bond novel Solo, talks to Katie Razzall about how he created his spy.
The latest artwork by Olafur Eliasson, whose huge sun enchanted 2 million people when it graced the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern almost exactly a decade ago, is smaller but just as captivating.
Cartoons have been playing a major role in delivering powerful messages from within the Arab spring. Channel 4 News meets the illustrators “escaping censorship”.
Corby’s deindustrialisation left a terrible legacy for some of the town’s inhabitants. Artist Mark Neville hopes his latest project will raise awareness of the issue of contaminated land.
Lorraine Gallagher – both of whose teenage daughters took their own lives – tells Channel 4 News she wants the controversial Ask.fm social networking site shut down.
It’s 13 months until Scotland decides whether to stick with Britain or become an Independent country. So what better place than the Edinburgh festival to gauge how the Scots are feeling?
The acclaimed Scottish painter Peter Doig’s new exhibition opens this week, but he tells Katie Razzall that the high value of his work “doesn’t give me confidence”.
One year on from the triumph of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, has anything really changed for disabled people using the UK’s transport network? Katie Razzall investigates.
After the London Paralympics, has anything changed for disabled people? Katie Razzall looks at the barriers to work if you are disabled – and asks what is being done to change things.
The cameras are rolling and American broadcasters are busy doing live updates. But there’s no sign of a Royal baby yet.
She has become Saudi Arabia’s first female film director with Whadjda – a revolutionary film about a girl who wants to own a bicycle. But Haifa al-Mansour tells Channel 4 News she’s not an activist.
As hackers launch a fresh wave of attacks on Yahoo! – the world’s third largest email provider – Katie Razzall discovers some companies are exploiting the situation.