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Sammy Talalay


Misanthrope: celebrity journalists

Misanthrope turns his wrath on celebrity journalists for a last dose of vitriol before Easter

Blagging the news: The French Presidential Election

Perplexed by political postulation? Cherwell is here to help you perfect your chit-chat.

Hunt for the perfect state

Sammy Talalay contemplates the implications of the government's involvement in non-political affairs

Interview: Jeremy Leggett

Jeremy Leggett talks candidly to Sammy Talalay about the impending energy crisis

India suffers for Rushdie’s silence

Sammy Talalay argues that protecting free speech needs to be knee-jerk if it is to be effective

Misanthrope: The 2012 Olympics

Misanthrope shares some thoughts on why to be excited about the Olympic Games in London

Fame, fortune and philosophy

Robert Winston talks to Sammy Talalay about his career as an academic, researcher and thespian

Jon Snow: ‘I’m just a tawdry old creep’

Sammy Talalay takes a seat at the table with Jon Snow to talk about his recent foray into film

Blagging The News: Republican primaries

Perplexed by political postulation? Cherwell is here to help you perfect your chit-chat

Should gay men face extra restrictions when giving blood?

Sammy Talalay looks at the recent changes to the law with regards to blood donations and the vexed balance between protecting the public and not being overly discriminatory


University Hospitals promise to cover settled status applications for its EU staff

Head of communications at the trust told Cherwell: "We have taken this step to demonstrate to our EU staff that we value the huge contribution they make".
A large empty cinema with black seats facing a large blank screen

“After three hours in an Omniplex I am, at least, still alive” – livestreaming...

Dorothy McDowell sees potential in livestreaming theatre, but it still fails to reach a mainstream audience

Is University really worth it?

Should the ‘crackdown’ on degrees filter out 'unworthy' courses and universities and ensure that young people are not being mis-sold degrees at £9250 a year when another route would serve them best?

Jee Saheb: A joy

The traditional restaurant sticks to the classics from India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan

Banishing elitist traditions, de-mystifying applications, and peer support

Three students weigh in on how to tackle Oxbridge's access problem