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Sophie Jamieson

Cherworld: Trinity 2012 Week 5

Sophie Jamieson and Anthony Collins discuss Mark Thompson's recent comment that there are too many Oxbridge graduates at the BBC. Is the outgoing Director General making a laudable stand for diversity or hypocritically biting the hand that fed him?

Cherworld: Trinity Week 4

Sophie Jamieson and Anthony Collins discuss the results of Cherwell's survey into the use of academic drugs at Oxford. Ill-advised cheating or legitimate studying strategy?

Cherworld: Trinity Week 3

Sophie Jamieson is joined by guest presenter Anthony Collins to discuss the results of Oxford's council elections, and the controversial comments of one UKIP candidate

Report: Oxford Council Elections

Cherwell reports direct from the council election count in Oxford Town Hall, bringing you coverage of the first results to be announced and the reactions of Oxford students who stood for election.

Cherworld: Trinity Week 1

Robin and Sophie are back for Trinity, discussing this week's investigation into the growing number of British students heading abroad for their higher education. Is the UK falling behind their international competitors?

Cherworld: Hilary Week 7

In a Cherworld special, ex-presenter Beth McKernan returns to join Sophie and Robin as they discuss the latest tourist attraction in town: Maths tours.

Cherworld: Hilary Week 6

Robin and Sophie discuss Oxford's call for £90 million in funding for the humanities, is dependence on philanthropy the inevitable future for higher education in Britain?

Knockin’ on Heaven’s door

Sophie Jamieson talks to the still nervous, but strikingly honest, Rebecca Ferguson

Cherworld: Hilary Week 5

Robin and Sophie discuss St Anne's recent refusal to fly the LGBT pride flag to mark LGBT history month: should they amend college policy in order to show their support?

Cherworld: Hilary Week 4

Sophie and Robin discuss the latest blow to hit the beleagured Murdoch empire: Harris Manchester's ban on all Murdoch publications. Join the debate on press standards and the future of print journalism.

Students pay for proof-readers online

Companies charge up to £100 to proof-read coursework. University sees it as a grey area with regards to cheating.

James Landale’s political close shave

Sophie Jamieson talks to the BBC's Deputy Political Editor about his Movember campaign, political poetry and the tricks of the journalist's trade

Cherworld: Hilary Week 3

Two library-related stories this week, eliciting some very passionate opinions from Sophie Jamieson and Robin McGhee.

Cherworld: Hilary Week Two

Having warmed up on Radio 5 Live Sophie Jamieson returns with Robin McGhee to discuss perceptions of Oxford in the national media, as well as Ms Nowell's infamous rejection letter.