Matt Frei is Europe Editor and Presenter at Channel 4 News.
This year he has led the Channel 4 News coverage of events in Ukraine from the crash site of Malaysia flight MH17, to the tensions in Crimea and reported live from Independence Square on Kiev’s bloodiest day. He has also secured major interviews with Bill Clinton, George W Bush and Aung San Suu Kyi.
Prior to his appointment as Europe Editor for Channel 4 News, Frei was the Washington Correspondent for two years and has reported on the Americas on everything from business and culture to US foreign policy and its view of the world.
He is also part of the presenting team across Channel 4's news and current affairs portfolio, including the award-winning Dispatches programme.
Matt previously anchored the BBC World News America bulletin and was also Washington Correspondent. He presented a weekly radio show called Americana, and in two decades at the corporation reported from Bonn, Rome, Bosnia, Kosovo, North Africa, Hong Kong and Singapore.
He is the author of two books: Italy: The Unfinished Revolution published in 1996 by Random House and Mandarin books and Only In America published in 2008 by 4th Estate.
Joining me now are environmental campaigner, Chris Packham, and Director of the Northern Powerhouse Partnership, Henry Murison.
Joining me now from Moscow is Anton Troianovski, the Moscow correspondent for the New York Times.
The entire Russian cabinet has resigned, including Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
Joining me now from Tehran is Mohammad Hashemi, a former journalist at The Tehran Times
Joining us are the lawyer and women’s rights activist Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu; and the former BBC Royal Correspondent, Peter Hunt.
Malcolm Chalmers, deputy director general of the independent think-tank, the Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies
How viable is Meghan and Harry’s ambition to carve out a new way of being a modern royal?
Giancarlo Fiorella from the investigative website Bellingcat which specialises in fact checking and open source intelligence.
Brexit was back on the agenda today as the Prime Minister welcomed the new President of the European Commission to Number 10.
The crisis in the Gulf sparked by President Trump’s decision to kill Iran’s top military commander has pushed the UK into a sticky position.
Joining us now from Tehran is Professor Mohammed Marandi, who’s a professor at the University of Tehran
Republican Senator Rand Paul described the strike which killed Qassam Soleimani as the “death of diplomacy”.
The Foreign Office has warned British Nationals not to travel to Iran or Iraq unless it’s essential. But what about those who are unable to leave?
We asked the Foreign Office for an interview, but no one was available from the government. In a statement earlier today the Foreign Secretary urged all parties to de-escalate, saying “further conflict is in none of our interests”. We speak to Mustafa Salim, in Baghdad for the Washington Post, a US former senior policy adviser…
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