• 22 May 2013

    I interviewed Google’s Eric Schmidt about his fascinating book on how the world must adapt to cope with new technology. But first, the thorny question of tax avoidance.

  • 18 Feb 2013

    This article first appeared on the Huffington Post Blog. Charlie Brookers’s latest episode of Black Mirror : White Bear being broadcast on Channel 4 tonight at 10pm got me thinking. Here’s the text : My seven-year-old walked in to the bathroom with an iPod and took a picture of me in the shower. She thought…

  • 10 Jan 2013

    Quentin and me

    I have to admit “I’m shutting your butt down!” was a slight disappointment from the creator of some of the most exciting dialogue of modern movies.

  • 19 Nov 2012

    I love the immediacy of Twitter, but hate some of its consequences. I love the intimacy, but hate the intrusion. Do we need to reconsider our relationship?

  • 2 Nov 2012

    The new series of Channel 4’s Unreported World kicks off with a journey around America ahead of the election looking at the truly extraordinary world of talk radio.

  • 23 Oct 2012

    As George Entwistle faces the culture, media and sport committee, the MPs on it will want to know was the editor of Newsnight pressured into dropping the Savile story? Did senior executives actively try to cover up a BBC scandal?

  • 27 Sep 2012

    David v David on the Letterman Show

    The Prime Minister got a c minus for his quiz. He confessed – in jest – that the grilling might spell the end of his career. Matt Frei on David Cameron on Letterman.

  • 26 Sep 2012

    It will be the most potentially embarrassing appearance on a talk show since Jonathan Ross asked David Cameron if he ever had sexual fantasies about Margaret Thatcher. Equally, if he pulls it off with aplomb there will be dividends. The Prime Minister is going to ‘do’ David Letterman tonight.

  • 14 Jun 2012

    Sam Cam’s diary produced to bail out hubby

    The high point for drama so far was Robert Jay asking David Cameron this morning if, before the election, he’d seen Rebekah Brooks every weekend he was at his country home. He had to think long and hard before saying it probably wasn’t every weekend.

  • 15 May 2012

    Adam Smith, Fred Michel to appear at Leveson

    As the Leveson Inquiry calls Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt’s former adviser, Adam Smith, to give evidence, Channel 4 News Politics Editor, Gary Gibbon, ponders a potential strategy for the minister.

  • 10 May 2012

    Bloodless, deadpan Coulson testimony

    Political Editor Gary Gibbon blogs on Andy Coulson’s appearance at the Leveson inquiry so far.

  • 25 Apr 2012

    Murdoch ‘never asked a prime minister for anything’

    Channel 4 News politics editor Gary Gibbon on Rupert Murdoch’s first exchanges at the Leveson Inquiry, in which the media mogul discusses conversations with Margaret Thatcher

  • 25 Nov 2011

    If the British press is out of control, what can be done?

    Channel 4 News Chief Correspondent Alex Thomson on the steps that could be taken post-Leveson to tackle corrosive UK journalism.

  • 7 Sep 2011

    Could the Murdoch dynasty survive after all? Krishnan Guru-Murthy blogs on James Murdoch and the phone-hacking scandal.

  • 19 Jul 2011

    A crisis that may affect us for the rest of our lives

    “No one knows where it would end… Dublin? Madrid? Lisbon? Rome? Shiver our timbers… London?”