Authors Posts by Lizzie Greene

Lizzie Greene


Nostalgia just isn’t what it used to be

Lizzie Greene explores the world of British Period Drama and its sense of bygone Britishness

Review: The Hour

Lizzie Greene is enamoured with this hour of TV (and Ben Whishaw)

Series Review: The Thick of It

Lizzie Greene mourns the end of one of the finest satires around

Interview: Jo Brand

Lizzie Greene chats to Jo Brand about her career in comedy and the third series of Getting On

Review: Fresh Meat

Lizzie Greene recommends this hilariously awkward university comedy

Review: Downton Abbey – Series 3

Lizzie Greene is still enjoying the nation's most loved and least plausible period drama

Review: The Thick of It – Series 4

The return of Armando Iannucci's award-winning political satire leaves Lizzie Greene wanting more

Viewers for women

Lizzie Greene argues that the Olympics has given us definitive proof that women's sport deserves TV time too

Grumpy Old Oxford #2 Oh What a Night

In the second episode of the series our grumpy students discuss the shortcomings of the Oxford nightlife scene.

Men on a Mission

CherwellTV chats to three intrepid undergraduates about their ambitious plans to raise money for the charity Headway. We find out about their motivation, their fundraising plan and their training so far.


What’s next for Theresa May?

Major constitutional changes must not be carried out without adequate support

If Merkel Says Auf wiedersehen, what’s Next for Germany?

The German people must decide what they want, and whether the CDU will be able to provide it, whoever leads them.
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Branding Matters

What does it take to make a strong brand? Apparently not the same as it did five years ago. Georgia Watkins analyses the shift in branding strategies and the rise and fall of the logo.
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Film Firsts: Nothing gets lost in translation with my first foreign film

Beyond even the sprawling shots of the Indian landscapes, Hirani’s film achieves the quality of epic.

Dirty Dancing Review – ‘gives fans exactly what they want’

Maxim Mower enjoys a touring production of Dirty Dancing at the New Theatre, which he says will satisfy lovers of the 1987 movie.