Last month Channel 4 News reported the incredible story of people living in Romanian sewers. Now they’ve gone back to tell the story of 18-year-old Catalina, who died from AIDS-related illnesses last week.
The baby was born in the back of a car at the scene of the huge blaze.
Channel 4 News has a mission to be different, reach a younger audience than its rivals, and focus on stories outside the mainstream news agenda. Can the show continue to compete with far better-funded competitors such as the BBC and Sky News?
The TV news legend dressed up like his namesake - played by Kit Harington - to mark 25 years presenting Channel 4 News.
He is unstoppable. Just unstoppable.
Remember: Doing things you hate is just the price you pay for avoiding loneliness.
Got a job or a life during the daytime right now? Good. You’re not missing anything.
The BBC needs to make the case for its existence in the face of political opposition.
There’s a Channel 4 show where you get to see people going on their first dates with each other. This is a horrible, horrible, horrible mistake.
You can’t see their television and the narrator is nowhere to be seen. Can you guess what shows and moments they’re talking about?
If you love a show where dogs get confused whilst running around obstacle courses then you’ve come to the right place.
Missed the last 475 editions of the gameshow? No sweat.
It’s also released an advert called Gay Mountain, which really is rather special.
The show really should be called ‘Celebrities On A Slide’.
It will make you wish that TV was of a simpler time, a time before Come Dine With Me was on thirteen times in a row on Channel 4.
Poverty on TV is always a touchy subject.
Channel Four’s documentary about men who dress up as plastic dolls was just a bit weird. But also, it was really quite compelling.
Apart from “Doctor Who” and “Sherlock”, what are the programmes that you have to see this Christmas? And when are they on?
Yes, it includes the posh people getting considerably drunk every week.
Kevin McCloud dissing the building for 49 minutes. Then he loves it!
Sky Movies have acquired the rights to the festive favourite.
The acclaimed writer is returning to British TV after a period in the US.
The excellent student sitcom is back next week.
Nope, not the whole show. Just the first two series.
The Peep Show protagonist is neurotic, lacking in confidence, and awkward. He’s everything we aspire to be.
Britain’s most bonkers soap is turning 18. We paid them a visit to see what’s up.
That’s almost certainly what’s just happened. Probably.