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Clement Knox traces Jacques Mesrines' final bloody years

Think Pink

We speak to the next big thing, the Big Pink, who are playing the OX4 Festival in Cowley on Saturday of 0th week

Review: Away We Go

A reflective take on modern American life

Making An Entrance

A whistlestop tour of Oxford's drama scene

Doubt Thou The Stars

The pros and cons of celebrity endorsed theatre

Review: Kings of Leon at Leeds Festival

Rebecca Treece watches the Tennesse four take to the stage

Review:The Wasp Factory

Ian Banks' unsavoury delight.

Musical Expeditions: Bluegrass in Upstate New York

Hitchhiking deep into the Adirondack Mountains, Evelyn Richardson becomes one of the family in the cosy American world of bluegrass

Review: Inglorious Basterds

Ignore ignorant negative and lukewarm reviews, just go and see it.

Musical Expeditions: Jazz in Prague

The language of dissidents in the Communist era, now a major tourist attraction... Czech jazz: dead or alive?

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Learning that you have to resit your medicine exams is difficult, and it is only made worse by an unfair system