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Who's interviewing who?! Richard Ayoade speaks to Krishnan Guru-Murthy

Actor and director Richard Ayoade is famously shy. So shy, in fact, that when he wrote his latest book, he interviewed himself. He talks to Channel 4 News about ...

Jordan Peterson debate on the gender pay gap, campus protests and postmodernism

Channel 4 News' full, fiery interview with clinical psychologist and professor Jordan B Peterson, whose views on gender have amassed great controversy - and ...

Dismaland: inside Banksy’s dystopian playground

Clandestine street artist Banksy opens a theme park like no other. Inside a derelict lido in Weston-super-Mare, Dismaland features migrant boats, a dead ...

Brexit explained: What is the problem with the Irish border?

Northern Ireland is the smallest nation in the UK, but the border with the Republic of Ireland could become one of the biggest parts of the Brexit negotiations.

John Lydon on the Sex Pistols, Jimmy Savile & his childhood | Channel 4 News

Subscribe to Channel 4 News: http://bit.ly/1sF6pOJ Famed for his antics as the frontman of the Sex Pistols, John Lydon tells Jon Snow he is now full of regrets for ...

Chris Morris on satire in the Trump era and his new film 'The Day Shall Come'

Chris Morris is the writer-director behind countless comedy hits including Four Lions, The Day Today and Brass Eye. His new film 'The Day Shall Come' follows ...

Peter Doig: famous artists 'are quickly forgotten'

The acclaimed Scottish painter Peter Doig's new exhibition opens this week, but he tells Katie Razzall that the high value of his work "doesn't give me ...

What does it feel like to be old and alone?

The charity Campaign to End Loneliness says that one million of us are already suffering from acute loneliness, while two and a half million over 60s fear they ...

What went wrong at Thomas Cook?

For 178 years it was a stalwart of the high street, the oldest travel company in the world. (Subscribe: https://bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe) But last night Thomas ...

Cambridge Analytica Uncovered: Secret filming reveals election tricks

An undercover investigation by Channel 4 News reveals how Cambridge Analytica secretly campaigns in elections across the world. Bosses were filmed talking ...

An exclusive tour of Lucian Freud's studio

Lucian Freud was regarded by many as one of the most important painters of modern times. Matthew Cain managed to get an exclusive tour of the studio, which ...

When Jon Snow met Jeremy Paxman

After 25 years Jeremy Paxman is leaving Newsnight. Ahead of his last show Jon Snow went to interview him at the BBC. Subscribe to Channel 4 News: ...

Author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on love, race and hair

Award winning African author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie tells Jon Snow why her latest book Americanah mirrors some of the central issues of her own life; ...

Naomi Campbell on racism in fashion

Naomi Campbell tells Channel 4 News she believes the fashion world discriminates against models of colour - and is reluctant to book non-white models for ...

The Slits' Viv Albertine on clothes, music and boys

Punk legend Viv Albertine, guitarist in The Slits, talks to Jackie Long about her autobiography which includes an account of her relationship with Sid Vicious and ...

Brexit explained: what happens when the UK leaves the EU?

Here's our guide to how Brexit will affect you. (Click to subscribe for more Channel 4 News videos.

So long, farewell: Maria von Trapp dies at 99

Maria von Trapp, the last of the singing children immortalised in the musical The Sound of Music, dies at the age of 99. Channel 4 News looks back at her life.

Wolfgang Beltracchi: portrait of the artist as a conman

Until he was exposed by using an incorrect pigment, Wolfgang Beltracchi was the world's most successful art forger. Channel 4 News meets the man whose ...

Ken Loach: life in austerity Britain is 'consciously cruel'

For over fifty years Ken Loach has made films that rage against social injustice in the UK. His work has made us confront many of the issues we'd rather avoid.

A look back at the life of Christopher Hitchins

Christopher Hitchens, whose writings and have illuminated political debate in Britain and the US for three decades, has died aged 62. Jonathan Rugman looks ...

This is what freedom looks like after decades in jail

Last year in the US a record number of prisoners were released after they were found to have been wrongfully convicted. Among them was Ricky Jackson, who ...

Broadmoor: Savile was 'a lunatic in charge of the asylum'

Questions were raised inside Broadmoor, the high-security psychiatric complex where staff laughed about Mr Savile's psychopathic tendencies and where ...

Scottish National Party walk out of Commons in protest

The SNP have walked out of the House of Commons in protest at their leader in Westminster, Ian Blackford being ordered to leave Prime Minister's Questions.

WWII enemies reunited in D-Day anniversary

A lot of time has passed, but how do British and German veterans view each other today? We introduced two of them to each other, for the first time. (Subscribe: ...

US election 2008: Jon Snow reports

Jon Snow's 2008 report from Howard University following Barack Obama's historic US election victory.

Michael Crick's best "doorsteps" from Tony Blair to Godfrey Bloom

In order to get answers to difficult questions, sometimes you have to chase them down, microphone in hand, for a 'doorstep' interview. Channel 4 News's top ten ...

Akala interview on institutional racism and knife crime

Rapper and author Akala's 2018 book, Natives: Race and Class in the Ruins of Empire, looked at how a young child can turn into a knife-carrying teenager.

Hans Rosling on why most of the world is better off than you think

Hans Rosling explains why despite global inequalities, most of the world is better off than you think - and better off than it has ever been before. Subscribe for ...

Chernobyl: inside the exclusion zone

Almost 30 years after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, which turned the area around the plant into a no-go zone, scientists are involved in a unique experiment in ...

Panama Papers: Debate with Yanis Varoufakis

Former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, Conservative MP Jesse Norman, Diane Abbott - the Shadow International Development Sec and Alexander ...

The young Somalis returning home to escape knife crime

Somalia used to be a byword for war and hardship, and thousands of Somalis escaped to this country to seek safe refuge. (Subscribe: ...

GDPR explained: How the new data protection act could change your life

The General Data Protection Regulation, known as GDPR, is set to reform data protection in the UK and the EU, and even across the world. It aims to prevent ...

China's exams - the extreme A levels

As Britain's A levels students reach the end of their exams ordeal spare a thought for China's teenagers - 9 million of whom - have just sat the universal, and ...

Brexit: MPs Jess Phillips and Jacob Rees-Mogg battle it out

We've been out and about with two MPs on both sides of the EU debate - Labour's Jess Phillips and Tory Jacob Rees-Mogg - who claims even his young ...

Paul Kalanithi: a neurosurgeon's memoirs

Paul Kalanithi was just 36 when he was diagnosed with advanced lung cancer. But rather than surrender, he embraced life - continuing to work as a ...

Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn give speeches as parliament suspends

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn speak in the House of Commons as parliament suspends for five weeks - less than two months ...

Shashi Tharoor interview: How British Colonialism 'destroyed' India

Indian MP Shashi Tharoor talks to Jon Snow on Channel 4 News about British colonial misdeeds and their echoes today. Subscribe for more identity politics: ...

Rare speech by EU's Deputy Brexit negotiator on UK talks

Sabine Weyand, the EU's Deputy Brexit negotiator, gives her thoughts in a panel discussion on the Irish backstop, Theresa May's Brexit deal and the EU's future ...

Jaron Lanier interview on how social media ruins your life

Jaron Lanier, the Silicone Valley 'computer philosopher', thinks social media is ruining your life. (Click to subscribe for more Channel 4 News videos.

Generation rent: where can I afford to live?

With weekly rents soaring to more than half of average local wages in most of London, a generation of young renters has been left asking: "Where can I afford to ...

The most polite Brexit debate ever? With Michael Morpurgo and Robert Tombs

We're joined by author Michael Morpurgo and Historian Robert Tombs who have a very civilised disagreement over Brexit.(Subscribe: ...

England needs you! Jacob Rees-Mogg's plea to Scotland | Channel 4 News

Subscribe to Channel 4 News: http://bit.ly/1sF6pOJ Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg heads to Scotland to discuss independence and tell Scots "England needs you".

Russell Brand on drug addiction, Jimmy Savile & yoga

Subscribe to Channel 4 News: http://bit.ly/1sF6pOJ Russell Brand - the face of a new drive to help addicts abstain - tells Channel 4 News he still needs support ...

Charlie Brooker teaches Jon Snow to play video games | Channel 4 News

Subscribe to Channel 4 News: http://bit.ly/1sF6pOJ In a hilarious encounter gamer and writer Charlie Brooker does his best to try and teach Jon Snow how to ...

Cambridge Analytica: Undercover Secrets of Trump's Data Firm

An investigation by Channel 4 News has revealed how Cambridge Analytica claims it ran 'all' of President Trump's digital campaign - and may have broken ...

Donald Trump's former butler: 'He loves mirrors'

One man who really knows what Donald Trump is like is his private butler, Anthony Senecal. Before retiring a few years ago, he worked at Mr Trump's lavish ...

How the Greenland ice melt will expose buried US nuclear waste within decades|Climate Change

The melting of Greenland's ice cap is set to expose Camp Century, a US military base that hid a top-secret project along with its nuclear and other toxic waste.

Brexit explained: we need to talk about tariffs

You might think Brexit is boring and confusing but crucial decisions are being made that could change the economy and cost you money. (Click to subscribe: ...

Nadia Murad and Amal Clooney interview on Yazidis, President Assad and migration crisis

Channel 4 News' Kylie Morris talks to one of Britain's leading human rights lawyers, Amal Clooney, who has spoken out against the UN for not doing enough to ...

Margaret Thatcher's political downfall - a plot or not?

She was politically assassinated, pushed out of Number 10 by senior figures in her own party. The grassroots weren't ready for it and her loyal acolytes were ...