Preview: Plenty

Cherwell TV chatted to cast and crew of Plenty, on at the Keble O'Reilly in 4th week.

Cherworld – Intern of our discontent

Anthony and Anna meet specially over the vacation to bring you this one-off episode. As many Oxford students are finishing their internships, they discuss the rights and wrongs of unpaid internships, as well as the controversial 'internship auction' held at Abingdon School earlier in the summer

Movies and Shakers – episode V

This week Huw and Hattie wilfully ignore the thorny Iranian politics of Argo in order to pick it apart cinematically.

Cherworld: Week 6 Michaelmas

Sophie and Anthony bring you an election special. Should we use our RON? Does anyone know who's running for police commissioner? Is anyone telling the truth when they say they've voted in the OUSU elections?

Cherworld; Michaelmas – Week 4

Following the news that Hugh Grant is one of New College's latest batch of honorary fellows, Sophie and Anthony ask what makes one worthy of this honour.

Ashmolean Live Friday: Angels and Demons

Cherwell TV went along to the Ashmolean's latest Live Friday event, inspired by the poetry and art of William Blake

Ones to Watch

They always say that good things comes in threes…The theme of the launch party for Design For Living at The Love Bar on Tuesday...

Movies and Shakers – Episode IV

In a belatedly spooky edition, Huw and Hattie examine the films and collaborators of Tim Burton, including his latest picture Frankenweenie.

Cherworld: Michaelmas – Week 5

Following the news that Merton are to adopt an unusual college animal, Sophie and Anthony turn their attention to a pressing matter: are tapirs adorable or hideous?

Blabberwocky – Episode 3

This week, things get heated as Huw and Viccy discuss the relevance of literary adaptations to other mediums.


The Spotify syndicate

We should be wary of Spotify's control over the music we listen to

‘Beneath the music from a farther room’

This potential for interaction between artist and audience is a phenomenon of the modern era

Strange creatures: monstrosity in Kafka’s ‘The Metamorphosis’

The world of literature is abundant with monsters: physical monsters, psychological monsters, benevolent monsters, evil monsters. However, there is hardly a monster as puzzling...

Should Philip Green have been named and shamed?

This follows Lord Hain naming Sir Philip Green in Parliament as the businessman accused of harassment

Why are you wearing a poppy?

Making Remembrance Day the default undermines its purpose