Marcus is Group Head of News at Premier, and co-hosts The News Hour. He can be found playing a variety of sports, whether it be Olympic distance triathlons or turning out for his church football team.
- News Analysis
22 years ago, Brian Houston dismissed his father from church leadership, after Frank Houston admitted sexually abusing a boy. But Australian police allege Brian failed to report the abuse, and have charged him with knowingly concealing information relating to child sexual offences. Marcus Jones explains more
One of the most recognisable faces on television talks to us about his faith, handling criticism and what makes a person remarkable
- Magazine Features
We set our news editor the challenge of rounding up 2020 without mentioning you-know-what. Here’s how he got on
- Magazine Features
Our head of news Marcus Jones reports on how Christians are serving their local communities
When his wife died just three days after being diagnosed with leukaemia, Simon Thomas had to tell the couple’s eight-year-old son. Here, he reflects on how the reassurance that death is not the end has enabled him to endure the hardest of trials
Christians around the world are rejoicing the release of Asia Bibi. After almost a decade behind bars the Christian woman accused of blasphemy in Pakistan has been acquitted by the country's top court. But what should happen next? Premier's head of news Marcus Jones reports
Premier’s Marcus Jones was in Blackpool for the first night of Franklin Graham’s Festival of Hope but controversy was nowhere to be found.
Theresa May speaks to Premier’s head of news Marcus Jones about her faith, the Church’s role in society and her aim to deal with injustice
Asia Bibi's final appeal against her conviction of blasphemy will be heard by Pakistan's Supreme Court tomorrow (Thursday). If her appeal fails, she will be hanged within 30 days. Premier's head of news Marcus Jones spoke to Bibi's lawyer ahead of the trial.