Krishnan Guru-Murthy is one of the main anchors of Channel 4 News.
Since joining the team in 1998 he has fronted big events from the Omagh bombing and 9/11 to special war coverage and the Mumbai attacks. Having covered five British general elections he does special political shows for Channel 4 such as the "Ask the Chancellors" debate. Krishnan also anchors controversial programmes outside the news including the first live televised "Autopsy".
His TV career began at the age of eighteen presenting youth television for the BBC. He went on to present, report and produce a variety of programmes from Newsround to Newsnight.
Married with two children Krish also writes Gurublog.
Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas says Jeremy Corbyn is right to say Britain can reduce the terror threat through its foreign policy and the country is “to some extent, paying the price now”.
Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon says Jeremy Corbyn is wrong to link British foreign policy to terrorism, and responds to previous comments from Boris Johnson, who once said that while the Iraq War “didn’t create the problem of murderous Islamic fundamentalists, the war has unquestionably sharpened the resentments felt by such people”.
Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott defends Jeremy Corbyn’s decision to link to Britain’s involvement in wars with the terror threat.
On Wednesday Channel 4 News broadcast this live debate at a vigil for the Manchester bombing victims. When it was brought to our attention that the woman being interviewed by Krishnan Guru-Murthy was wearing a gun-themed t-shirt, we removed the online versions to investigate. We are now satisfied that the intention of that image is to subvert weaponry and is an anti-violence protest t-shirt.
Dr Siema Iqbal’s trauma surgeon husband went voluntarily to North Manchester General last night to help treat the victims, but isn’t allowed to talk to us. Habib Ullah is a director of two mosques in Manchester.
They’re calling her the “Angel of Manchester”. But Paula Robinson says she just wanted to help. It was her wedding anniversary and she and her husband were going home after dinner from Victoria station, next to the arena, when the bomb went off. Seeing the chaos, and young girls running from the scene having lost…
The Republican strategist and Trump supporter, Scottie Nell Hughes, and the writer-at-large for New York Magazine, Andrew Sullivan, debate Donald Trump’s trip to Saudi Arabia, his first foreign visit since becoming President.
Lord Stewart Wood, who was a senior adviser to Gordon Brown and Ed Miliband, says Theresa May’s social care policy has “unravelled”, with it “unprecedented to have a U-turn of such magnitude in a campaign”.
Former professor at Harvard Law School Alan Dershowitz talks about the likelihood of criminal charges – but against who?
Former CIA intelligence officer Michael Scheuer says the people who put Trump in power are not going to allow him to be impeached, while former White House senior director and senior adviser to the State Department, Nayyera Haq, says an anti-Trump coalition is coming together over the issue of national security.
Former Liberal Democrat energy secretary Sir Ed Davey and the Conservative John Penrose, who has campaigned for a price cap.
Conservative Nadhim Zahawi and Andy McDonald from Labour.
Joining me here in the studio is John Nicolson from the SNP, Baroness Olly Grender of the Lib Dems, and Richard Burgon, the Labour shadow justice secretary. We’re also joined by the Conservative Housing Minister Gavin Barwell, but he’s refusing to debate anybody else so we’ll talk to him separately.
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100 years after the Russian revolution the author China Mieville has turned to history with a new book documenting those tumultuous days. We speak to him about socialism and revolution then – and now.