Prince William and Kate Middleton are to marry at Westminster Abbey on Friday 29 April 2011. Downing Street has announced the day will be a public holiday. FactCheck investigates.
The actor Martin Sheen speaks to Stephanie West about how his faith helped him on his latest film ‘The Way’ and about his relationships with his sons: Charlie Sheen and Emilio Estevez.
Hammer Films releases the vampire picture ‘Let Me In’ in Britain on Friday. Channel 4 News Reporter Stephanie West has been to meet the production team.
Would buildings be better if more were created by women? Channel 4 News Stephanie West talks Grand Designs with Zaha Hadid. the winner of the Stirling Prize for Architecture.
Film historian Mark Cousins decided to rig up a cinema for children in the middle of a northern Iraq village. The results are recorded in The Last Movie.
The career of Tony Curtis peaked in the 50s and 60s and headed off into TV in the following decade. Stephanie West recalls her first memory of his impact.
Exclusive: award-winning actor Tim Robbins gives Channel 4 News access to his studio as he rehearses ahead of his first concert on his European tour.
New colour footage shows the widespread devastation caused by the German bombing attacks on London 70 years ago. One historian tells Channel 4 News how the attacks changed the face of the capital.
The British team are the reigning world champions of boccia. With two years to go before the London Games begin, the athletes challenged Boris Johnson to a match. Stephanie West reports.
The true life story of Beryl Bainbridge, who died this morning aged 75, is as fascinating as the novels she crafted, which earned her five Booker Prize nominations, writes Stephanie West.
Artist Fiona Banner’s installation in Tate Britain is intended to convey the intensity of a bird of prey trapped. It is fascinating and profound, writes Stephanie West.
He once declared he had no archive, but now the work of the novelist JG Ballard has been donated to the British library in lieu of inheritance tax. Stephanie West reports.
Stephanie West views the work nominated for Britain’s biggest art prize and asks whether age and anxiety are at the heart of the 2010 Turner Prize.
In a rare TV interview to coincide with the release of his tenth solo album, the modfather talks to Stephanie West about reuniting with members of The Jam and how Britain has become a “nanny state”.
Scooping Blur’s only TV interview as the band reunited last year was not as straightforward as it first appeared. Stephanie West recalls her reluctant appearance in a Blur documentary.