Jon Snow looks back at 26 years of Channel 4 News at the Radio Times Festival

The 67-year-old newsreader will be discussing his 32-year career in broadcasting at the inaugural Radio Times festival this summer

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Jon Snow has been the face of Channel 4 News for more than 25 years – and the iconic broadcast journalist is set to speak about his long and impressive career at the very first Radio Times Festival later this summer. 

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Maybe you’d like to hear tales of his career highs and lows, his opinions on the changing face of the media today or his take on what it’s like to be confused with a moody member of the Night’s Watch from Game of Thrones? Perhaps you fancy a career in broadcasting yourself and are after a few top tips?

Either way, the veteran news reader will be gracing the festival, which will be held at Hampton Court Palace this September. And you lucky lot can get your eager hands on tickets. 

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Snow, who was awarded the Bafta fellowship earlier this year, will be taking to the Radio Times stage on Friday 25th September at 2:30pm to talk us through his fascinating career. Tickets are available here.