03.12.2010 by Tim Montgomerie Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Philip Hammond tells JonSnow on Channel Four News that people should not travel tonight unless absolutely necessary: Comments. Philip Hammond tells JonSnow on Channel Four News that ...
17.07.2012 [Evening Standard] - JonSnow has a new love in his life: the opera. “Somebody had generously given us two exceptional seats for Verdi's Otello,” the Channel 4 news presenter reported on his blog last night. “I am not an opera man. I have been perhaps four or five times in
17.07.2012 [The Independent] - JonSnow, the Channel 4 newsreader, is the poster boy for poppy refuseniks (no MP would dare be seen without one before Remembrance Day), but when wearing has come to symbolise caring, not doing so can be politically problematic. The obligation to
17.07.2012 [Independent Catholic News] - Keen cyclist and Channel 4 news presenter, JonSnow, is the patron. He said: “Our churches have borne witness to centuries of fascinating and engaging news. They're pivotal to our history and vital for communities. Cycling and sightseeing to stop
17.07.2012 [Radio Times] - Channel 4 news anchor JonSnow waded into the debate: “G4S's CEO Nick Buckles in danger of becoming unbuckled from leadership of the company according to today's FT amid Olympic contract failure.” Who doesn't love a good pun? We've just got to
13.07.2012 [WPRI-TV 12 (blog)] - Reed, a senior member of the Senate Banking Committee, has had a high-profile in the media since the Libor scandal broke open, including an interview with JonSnow of Channel 4 News in London. For more, try this Daily Ticker story: “Why the Libor
26.06.2012 [Apache] - JonSnow, een toonaangevend Brits journalist en nieuwsanker bij Channel 4 haalde deze week tijdens de Leveson Inquiry waar een onderzoek naar de praktijken binnen de Britse pers wordt gevoerd, snoeihard uit naar de uitgever van Daily Mail en Mail on
28.11.2010 by David The latest to join is JonSnow, who reads Channel 4 news, who declared with pride recently that he had never seen any of the current batch and wouldn't dream of wasting his time doing so. A bit rich, I thought, for a man who earns his ...