Channel 4 have been criticised for plans to broadcast controversial video tapes of Princess Diana opening up about her troubled marriage.Read the full story ›
The Government is launching a consultation on whether to move Channel 4 out of London, Culture Secretary Karen Bradley has announced.Read the full story ›
To mark exactly ten years since the very first episode aired we look at how things have changed for Nicholas Hoult, Dev Patel and more.Read the full story ›
The comedy writer will front the one-off special as part of Channel 4's fundraising evening Stand Up To Cancer.Read the full story ›
Channel 4 have attacked Kelvin MacKenzie for criticising the broadcaster's use of a hijab-wearing presenter in its Nice massacre coverage.Read the full story ›
Sir Paul McCartney's ex-wife is the latest person to join the treatment room.Read the full story ›
The chief executive of Channel 4 has spoken of his delight after striking a deal to show live Formula 1 racing.
David Abraham said:
Formula 1 is one of the world's biggest sporting events with huge appeal to British audiences.
I'm delighted to have agreed this exciting new partnership with Bernie Ecclestone to keep the sport on free-to-air television.
Doctors have complained that the Channel 4 reality dating programme is exploiting people with disabilities.Read the full story ›
TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady has added her voice to calls for Channel 4 to cancel its controversial documentary Immigration Street.
The broadcaster's plans for a series about immigration were scaled back after programme-makers were confronted on the street during filming.
The show, filmed in Southampton's Derby Road, was originally intended to be a six-part series but Channel 4 will now only broadcast one hour-long episode.
Ms O'Grady said: "Channel 4 needs to respect the views of the Southampton community and cancel Immigration Street.
"The show looks set to encourage social division and hostility towards migrants and the black, minority and ethnic community."
Instead of such irresponsible broadcasting, the media should expose how communities are suffering from the shocking impact of low wages, lousy contracts and cuts to services."
The show will be broadcast on Tuesday as part of a series of programmes looking at the issue of immigration.
Gypsy campaigners have lost their High Court challenge over Ofcom's handling of their complaint about the Big Fat Gypsy Wedding programme.Read the full story ›