Jessica Searle takes new Merton’s new resident puppy out for a stroll in the Meadows one autumn afternoon.
The social enterprise project Uncomfortable Oxford gives us a sneak preview to their four tours of Oxford’s history.
November 2020 marks 125 years since the birth of the German composer Paul Hindemith. To celebrate this anniversary, a series of recitals will be held at Pembroke College, Oxford.
Interview with LDG founder Luisa-Maria MacCormack about art and gender violence.
Many young people are drawn to the idea of starting their own YouTube channel. Not so many follow through on that idea. Even fewer start a channel that goes on to amass 350,000 subscribers, and start a podcast off the back of its success. Alex O’Connor is one of those few; through his channel, CosmicSkeptic, Read More…
Anvee Bhutani interviews recent fine art graduate Helena Greening on her experiences of working in lockdown. This is the first of the culture team’s new interview series ‘Meet the Creatives’.
“Do all of our passions and causes that we care about even matter during a pandemic? Should I even be talking about them right now? I do think it’s important to be hammering on about the causes you care about in an appropriate way.”
“Can I tell you a little story?”- What Martin Barber’s career in humanitarian work has to teach us about a global response to Coronavirus
Isobel and Steve discuss the ‘Oxbridge experience’, political correctness in comedy and the virtues of sniffing milk.
Walking into the Christian Life Centre in Cowley, I really didn’t know what to expect when attending a rally for Dr Rosena Allin-Khan, the MP for Tooting who is running to be Deputy Leader of the Labour Party. As soon as I walk in, I see Rosena, dotting amongst Labour members, talking to local councillors Read More…