Shark Tales: Season 2 Episode 5

The last hurrah for Mr Mather, filmed in eighth week on the streets of Park End. You might not remember saying it, but the camera never lies...

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Cherwell went to the World War One Roadshow at Somerville College, where local residents and alumni presented their stories and memorabilia

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A behind the scenes interview with the cast and crew of Angels in America during one of their make-up workshops.

Oxford Revue: Playhouse preview

The Revue gives CherwellTV a glimpse of its upcoming Playhouse show.

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Cherwell reports from the annual tortoise fair at Corpus Christi College

LGBTQ Month 2014

LGBTQ Month is being marked by rainbow flags being flown from Oxford Colleges

Shark Tales: S4E5

Freddie Money dons a metaphorical Santa hat and gets into the festive spirit with the already spirited revellers of Oxford's Park End

CoppaFeel ‘photoboob’ by the Radcliffe Camera

Student volunteers for breast cancer charity CoppaFeel! don their boob suits to raise awareness for women's health around Oxford

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Toby Mather talks to Oxford's finest about the week's pressing topics

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