US President Jimmy Carter, who held office between 1977 to 1981, is a Nobel Prize-winner, author, humanitarian, professor, farmer, naval officer and carpenter. In this special interview with Jon Snow from Channel 4 News, President Carter talks about his career as president and as a senior statesman and ambassador for the Carter Center over the past three decades, and shares his views of global politics today.
In association with Intelligence Squared
This event is being screened in The Clore Ballroom adjacent to the foyer in the Royal Festival Hall for those who have been unable to purchase tickets.
Free access. It is also being filmed for broadcast on BBC World News.