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Rob Williams


Speaking in Tongues – Part 3

The final installment of Rob William's thought provoking play brings more revelations about the troubled individuals in this drama.

Speaking in Tongues – Part 2

In the second part of this radio play further complexities in the lives of this family are revealed, as the children especially struggle with the divided loyalties of love, faith and family.

Speaking in Tongues – Part 1

The first part of a radio play written, performed and produced by Oxford students and brought to you by Cherwell. The play addresses issues such as family relationships and faith.

Pringle wins Union Presidency

Lauren Pringle beat Cyrus Nasseri to become President-Elect of the Oxford Union in the recent elections for Hilary 2012

Out with a Big Bang

Student hotspot Big Bang in Jericho to shut down after almost seven years

Ex-Presidents clash before panel

Two former presidents of the Oxford Union were embroiled in a Senior Disciplinary Committee hearing, while others were fined for wasting time on a “frivolous” complaint.

Crackdown on student housing in Oxford

Students condemn proposals to prevent the spread of ‘student ghettos’ in Oxford


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.
picture of food arranged to look like the chanel, louis vuitton, fendi and gucci logos

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.
A man in a wooded landscape stares ahead of him

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.