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Tilly Nevin reviews Mary Ruefle’s stunning and startling new collection 'My Private Property'
Tilly Nevin asks why the art world often seems to overlook an entire gender
Tilly Nevin reviews approaches to the interplay of language and creativity
Tilly Nevin reviews Gillian Cross and Daisy Johnson in conversation
Tilly Nevin praises a new generation of political comedy in a ‘post-truth’ era
Tilly Nevin rates this student production as amongst the best she has seen in Oxford
Tilly Nevin laments on how the comeback of this warm and comedic TV stalwart fails to live up to the original series
What would you change? This week, Tilly Nevin argues that a reading week would give us time to actually appreciate Oxford
On the anniversary of the first Labour government, Tilly Nevin takes pause for reflection to consider the political journey of the current Opposition. (1924)
Tilly Nevin makes the case for multilingualism. The UK needs to wake-up to the importance of learning languages in the globalised economy.