(1982– )

Episode List


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29 Sep. 2004
Episode dated 29 September 2004
On the day rock legend Bono addressed the Labour Party conference, musician and left-wing activist Billy Bragg tells Jon Snow why he admires the U2 frontman more than his fellow Live Aid (1985) veteran Phil Collins.
12 Jul. 2007
Episode dated 12 July 2007
Features a long interview with David Cameron, Leader of the Opposition.
30 Jul. 2007
Episode dated 30 July 2007
Includes a report on the late Ingmar Bergman.
14 May 2009
Episode dated 14 May 2009
Special edition in which a small audience of public figures and members of the public question a panel of MPs from the three main parties about the MPs' expenses scandal. Also includes a feature on a short film starring the future Doctor Who.
31 May 2009
Episode dated 31 May 2009
David Cameron is interviewed about his own part in the MPs' expenses scandal, and Lionel Blair talks about new singing sensation Susan Boyle, and his own 60th anniversary in show-business.
26 Jun. 2009
Episode dated 26 June 2009
Includes an item on the death of Michael Jackson, with tributes from Steve Barron and 'Beverley Knight (II)'.
24 Jul. 2009
Episode dated 24 July 2009
Includes an audio tribute from Hazel Martingell to John Ryan, the creator of Captain Pugwash (1957).
25 Jul. 2009
Episode dated 25 July 2009
Includes a tribute to Harry Patch, the Last Tommy from the First World War.
26 Aug. 2009
Episode dated 26 August 2009
All the day's news, plus two top Channel 4 men discuss their decision to axe Big Brother (2000) after 10 years.
2 Mar. 2010
Episode dated 2 March 2010
Includes an interview with St. Trinian's creator, the cartoonist Ronald Searle on the day before his 90th birthday.
13 Jul. 2010
Episode dated 13 July 2010
Jon Snow interviews rock guitarist Brian May about the proposed badger cull, which has been halted by the Court of Appeal.
2 Sep. 2010
Episode dated 2 September 2010
Includes a discussion on Professor Stephen Hawking's theory that a creator may not have been needed to create the universe.
11 Jan. 2011
Episode dated 11 January 2011
As Miriam O'Reilly wins her landmark age discrimination case against the BBC, Channel 4 news meets two other presenters to hear their opposing views on the subject.
6 Feb. 2011
Episode dated 6 February 2011
The latest news from Egypt. Plus, professional comedians give their reaction to the Top Gear boys' use of racial stereotypes about Mexicans for easy laughs, on their car-based BBC show.
23 Mar. 2011
Episode dated 23 March 2011
Actor Robert Hardy joins Jon Snow in the studio to share his memories of the late Elizabeth Taylor.
6 Jul. 2011
Episode dated 6 July 2011
Who was complicit in the scandal of hacking crime victims' mobile phones? Plus a former ballerina has been refused the care she needs after a stroke.
10 Jul. 2011
Episode dated 10 July 2011
On the day of the last ever News of the World newspaper, its boss Rupert Murdoch has flown into Britain to back his first lieutenant in the UK, Rebekah Brooks in the phone-hacking investigation.
2 Oct. 2012
Episode dated 2 October 2012
Jon Snow reports from the Labour Party conference, including an interview with comedian Eddie Izzard, and former BBC One controller Michael Grade and music journalist Dave Hepworth discuss with Krishnan the sexual abuse allegations made against the late Jimmy Savile and the culture of stars and sex at the BBC at the time.
18 Dec. 2012
Episode dated 18 December 2012
Michael Crick reveals exclusive new evidence in his investigation, in cooperation with the Dispatches programme, into the truth of September's so-called 'Plebgate' incident.
8 Apr. 2013
Episode dated 8 April 2013
Margaret Thatcher has died.
17 Apr. 2013
Episode dated 17 April 2013
Perspectives on the day's events at the funeral of the first female prime minister, and an interview about women today with the female boss of Facebook. Plus reports from America.
27 Jan. 2014
Episode dated 27 January 2014
Matt Frei visits Putin's Russia to investigate the country's marginalisation of homosexuals and meet "the ultra-orthodox patron saint of Russian homophobia" Vitaly Milonov.
27 Mar. 2014
Episode dated 27 March 2014
Includes discussions and debates about the introduction of gay marriage to the UK in two days' time.
12 Nov. 2014
Episode dated 12 November 2014
Legendary singer Bryan Ferry talks to Krishnan about his new music, how he became posh from humble beginnings, his art school days, the influence of early Roxy Music, keeping the band's flame alive, his Conservatism, his views on England's terrible obsession with class division and how he avoids the paparazzi.
9 Feb. 2015
Episode dated 9 February 2015
Krishnan Guru-Murthy interviews musician Jimmy Page on the Led Zeppelin re-releases, his photographic biography, and the possibility of a future autobiography.
4 Aug. 2015
Episode dated 4 August 2015
With news that four British police forces are investigating sexual abuse allegations against the late Sir Edward Heath, Matt Frei asks whether it's a posthumous witch-hunt or a scandal at the pinnacle of national power. In other news, music legend Brian Eno tells Jackie Long why he's backing left-wing candidate Jeremy Corbyn for the Labour Party leadership.

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