• 19 Apr 2018

    When I present Channel 4 News, in-depth analysis and great journalism come together to explain the events of the day. But this new podcast wants to help you go much deeper and discuss answers, not just problems. Each week, I’ll speak to one guest, at length, who will hopefully have some answers – without having to…

  • 18 Apr 2018

    The mother of a Windrush child has called on Theresa May to reflect on what she is doing to the country after her 58-year-old son was found dead last month.

  • 17 Apr 2018

    The Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina has refused to answer questions about her country’s human rights record. She is in the UK as part of the Commonwealth Summit. This programme has been investigating the many cases of the so-called “missing” in Bangladesh who are political opponents of her government.

  • 13 Apr 2018

    The Russian Ambassador to London, Alexander Yakovenko, discusses Syria and Salisbury.

  • 12 Apr 2018

    A council in London has created a safe-zone around an abortion clinic, to stop anti-abortion campaigners from protesting outside. We help you answer the key questions: So what has been decided? So what’s controversial about it? So what do other countries do to deal with abortion? So what’s happening in the rest of the UK?

  • 12 Apr 2018

    Since January, Channel 4 News has been reporting the plight of the Windrush kids. They came to UK as children, attended British schools, worked British jobs and built British lives. Now thousands of people who arrived in the UK decades ago – in the first wave of Commonwealth immigration in the 1950s and 60s – are living with the threat of deportation.

  • 11 Apr 2018

    When I present Channel 4 News, in-depth analysis and great journalism come together to explain the events of the day. But this new podcast wants to help you go much deeper and discuss answers, not just problems. Each week, I’ll speak to one guest, at length, who will hopefully have some answers – without having to…

  • 10 Apr 2018

    According to previously unseen documents obtained by Channel 4 News, Cambridge Analytica was pitching its “unique” social media data and “psychographic profiling” to multiple Republican election campaigns in the US after harvesting the profiles of up to 87 million mostly American Facebook users.

  • 5 Apr 2018

    It’s the small Canadian data firm credited with helping to take Britain out of the EU. But now Aggregate IQ are at the centre of another political storm – after this programme broadcast allegations that Vote Leave cheated. At question: more than half a million pounds paid to Aggregate IQ in the final weeks of…

  • 4 Apr 2018

    News of Martin Luther King’s death triggered an outpouring of sorrow and anger across the US as rioters set buildings on fire, and looted stores. In Washington DC, that violence resulted in a military occupation. Entire blocks of the city were left in ruins for decades. Two men who saw the rioting in their own…

  • 2 Apr 2018

    The anti apartheid campaigner Winnie Mandela has died after a long illness at the age of 81 surrounded by her family. They said she had dedicated most of her life to the cause of the people, especially South Africa’s poor and dispossessed.

  • 28 Mar 2018

    When I present Channel 4 News, in-depth analysis and great journalism come together to explain the events of the day. But this new podcast wants to help you go much deeper and discuss answers, not just problems.

  • 28 Mar 2018

    When I present Channel 4 News, in-depth analysis and great journalism come together to explain the events of the day. But this new podcast wants to help you go much deeper and discuss answers, not just problems.

  • 27 Mar 2018

    Theresa May on NHS and Customs Union

    An interesting session from Theresa May at the Liaison Committee this afternoon. Now that’s not a sentence you see very often. Mrs May said there will be additional spending coming for the NHS and you won’t have to wait until the end of the Spending Review next year to hear about it. Mrs May wasn’t asked…

  • 27 Mar 2018

    It’s been six months since the mass exodus of Rohingya refugees began as the Myanmar military and Buddhist vigilantes turned on the Muslims of Rakhine State. Since then, 700,000 have escaped into Bangladesh to join more than 300,000 others who’d fled earlier. Jonathan Miller is there, finding out if a remote uninhabited island, prone to sinking, is really the answer.