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.
We’re joined Professor Kathy Burk who specialises in the history of the Anglo-American relationship and Ben Judah, an author who’s written about the current state of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
We spoke to Boris Johnson supporter and former Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon, and asked asked him how big a national humiliation he thought this whole business has been for us.
A leaked audio recording published by a news website allegedly reveals that Matteo Salvini’s Italian right-wing Lega Party sought to funnel millions of euros in Russian oil money into its campaign coffers.
We’re joined by Helene von Bismarck – a German who specialises in the history of the UK’s relationship with Europe.
We speak to the Conservative MP Priti Patel who’s a former Secretary of State for International Development and a supporter of Boris Johnson.
Boris Johnson is promising to recruit another twenty thousand police officers if he becomes Prime Minister.
The Chinese government has strongly condemned pro-democracy protesters who stormed the Hong Kong legislature last night, accusing them of “trampling on the rule of law” after several hundred demonstrators vandalised parts of the building and sprayed slogans inside the chamber.
What started last month in Hong Kong as protests against a proposed extradition law has tonight reached a crescendo.
Interview with Alejandro Cao de Benós, a confidante of the North Korea regime.
Donald Trump has become the first sitting US President to enter North Korea.
Grime artist Stormzy became the first black British solo artist to headline Glastonbury music festival in its 49-year history.
Liberalism, even democratic socialism, might be flourishing in parts of the United States, with the likes of Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez waving the banner of progressive politics.
We’re joined by the Liverpool MP Louise Ellman, one of the signatories of the letter to Jeremy Corbyn.
The outgoing deputy editor of the New Statesman, Helen Lewis, has broken ranks with her colleagues, saying that they, by and large, get it wrong.
Retired four-star General Jack Keane is the former vice-chief of staff of the US Army, and currently serves as the chairman of the Institute for the Study of War.