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.
Ali Shihabi, the executive director of the Arabia Foundation, and Dr Sanam Vakil, associate fellow of the Middle East and North Africa programme at Chatham House, on President Trump’s trip to Saudi Arabia and how hardliners in Iran are using fear of him to galvanise opposition to President Rouhani.
It was a few short lines in the Tory manifesto: an end to universal free school lunches for the first three years of primary school. But to TV chef Jamie Oliver those lunches represent a decade of campaigning for healthier kids.
We interviewed Defence Secretary Michael Fallon and asked him whether it will be the working families they’re trying to win over who’ll be hit hardest by this manifesto?
The prospect of impeachment has reared its head twice before in living memory – during the Presidencies of Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton. But in neither case did the process end in their enforced removal from office. So what are the chances that Donald Trump’s term could end in impeachment?
James Woolsey, former director of the CIA and a former adviser to Donald Trump, is asked if he thought the President will one day regret his relationship with the intelligence services.
Elinor Raikes, who oversees the International Rescue Committee’s programmes in Europe, says the number of migrants dying in the Mediterranean has risen, and the EU should live up to international law by providing them with protection.
Emmanuel Macron becomes the youngest postwar president of France and promises to fight both terrorism and capitalist excess.
The shadow chancellor says a new tax on financial transactions will not force banks to leave Britain for Europe.
Pope Francis has canonised two shepherd children who said they saw a vision of the Virgin Mary in Fatima, Portugal, 100 years ago.
Political fallout from cyber attack – Election campaign latest – New figures highlight dangers of Mediterranean crossing.
The US president may nominate James Comey’s replacement as early as next week.
Pensioners are in the front line of protests against beleaguered president Nicolas Maduro.
NHS doctor Krishna Chinthapalli and cyber-security expert Becky Pinkard discuss the malware attack.
The former chairman of Trump’s Virginia campaign, Corey Stewart.