krishnan guru murthy
'Our silence does not honour the victims, it mocks them.'
Himes' district neighbors Newtown, the town in southwestern Connecticut that had its own tragedy in 2012, when Adam Lanza
What you discover when you make TV programmes about brave, apparently macho men such as the Baghdad Bomb Squad or Yemeni death row convicts or Sunni militants in Lebanon is that they are not the two-dimensional masculine clichés you expect. They have fears, doubts and crises of confidence. They deep down care most about their children, partners and parents. They cry, often quite easily...
Channel 4's Krishnan Guru-Murthy stopped reporting on the refugee crisis this week, and actually got involved to help. And I'm so glad he did... The argument made by one commenter on the Channel 4 News Facebook page, that "Krishnan needs to remember that he is a journalist and stop his personal crusade" is rubbish.
The five things you need to know on Thursday September 10, 2015... 1) HIGH NOON At midday, the Labour leadership race finally
Guru-Murthy turned to help refugees during his report The presenter helped young children navigate the rocks Piloted by a
Robert Downey Jr and journalist Krishnan Guru-Murthy are still chatting about their interview, following the actor's decision
Krishnan Guru-Murthy has defended the questions he put to Robert Downey Jr, which caused the 'Avengers' star to cut his interview
Robert isn’t the first star to walk out on an interview with Krishan, though, after a similar incident occurred with Quentin
As a viewer, I didn't get the feeling that Krishnan was feeling either flustered, tongue-tied or even embarrassed, but just that I think he didn't know how to get it all off the ground. At one point, he even asks Richard to "help" him.