Krishnan Guru-Murthy (@krishgm )

Krishnan Guru-Murthy

Bio Anchor Channel 4 News and Unreported World and the Ways to Change the World podcast on spotify and itunes. email krishnan@channel4.com
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iPhone : Over 100 million people watched this extraordinary team of doctors save a pregnant woman - and baby - after she was hit by a barrel bomb during the Aleppo siege.

Now watch the documentary For Sama by directors Waad Al Kateab and Ed Watts - nominated for an Oscar and 4 BAFTAs.

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iPhone : ‘It is no longer a party that is particularly strong amongst the working class ’ - Polling Expert Sir John Curtice on the Labour Party channel4.com/news/it-is-no-…

iPhone : “We hope that the circumstances would allow ... her back to her family.”

The plight of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is raised with the Iranian Ambassador to the UK who says he has hopes for her release.

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iPhone : TV doctor Rangan Chatterjee says people who think they’re drinking too much and give up alcohol in ‘dry January’ need to think about the reasons behind their consumption - or they won’t be successful in the long term.

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iPhone : 'Sometimes humour is the best medicine': Journalist falls for drop bear prank during bushfire coverage abc.net.au/news/2020-01-1…

iPhone : Waad al-Kateab began documenting the horrors of Aleppo for Channel 4 News in 2016 living  in a  makeshift  hospital run by her husband.

The documentary of her story FOR SAMA has now been nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the #Oscars.

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iPhone : Today’s good news is a reflection of the support from all of you, our friends near and far, who have connected with #ForSama and the story it tells. We are humbled by our nomination and excited to be on this journey with you. #Oscars #OscarNoms

iPhone : FOR SAMA NOMINATED FOR OSCAR

For Sama has been nominated for Best Feature Documentary at the Academy Awards.

Directed by Waad al-Kateab and Edward Watts. Produced by Channel 4 News/ITN Productions for Channel 4 and Frontline PBS.