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The rise of genre fluidity: Is this the death of genre as we know it?

My favourite genre of music: a question I’ve found becoming increasingly difficult to answer over the years, and it’s only now that I’m discovering why. Whilst we may not...

Memory and Narrative in Miguel Gomes’ Tabu

"Now approaching the 50th anniversary of the Carnation Revolution, I return to Miguel Gomes’ 2012 feature Tabu."

Review: ‘The Achilles Trap: Saddam Hussein, the United States, and the Middle East 1979-2003’ by Steve Coll

Tyrants should only be brought down by their own people; they become martyrs when brought down by foreigners.

Self-Portrait of a Stranger: A Review of Frank Auerbach’s Charcoal Portraits

The Griffin Catalyst Exhibition, The Charcoal Heads, shows the early career of Frank Auerbach...

Post Diagnosis

"You could tell no one, And it would come anyway."

The rise of genre fluidity: Is this the death of genre as we know it?

My favourite genre of music: a question I’ve found becoming increasingly difficult to answer over the years, and it’s only now that I’m discovering...

Memory and Narrative in Miguel Gomes’ Tabu

"Now approaching the 50th anniversary of the Carnation Revolution, I return to Miguel Gomes’ 2012 feature Tabu."

Review: ‘The Achilles Trap: Saddam Hussein, the United States, and the Middle East 1979-2003’ by Steve Coll

Tyrants should only be brought down by their own people; they become martyrs when brought down by foreigners.

Self-Portrait of a Stranger: A Review of Frank Auerbach’s Charcoal Portraits

The Griffin Catalyst Exhibition, The Charcoal Heads, shows the early career of Frank Auerbach and the creation of his portraits in the 1950s and...

Post Diagnosis

"You could tell no one, And it would come anyway."

‘The Godfather: Part II’ at 50

The Godfather: Part II is a film about gangsters. It is also a film about corruption, power, betrayal, succession, revenge, religion, marriage, generational change,...

“Tragic but thought provoking”, ‘An Enemy of the People’: Review

Ibsen has re-entered the drama scene with the current production of his classic play An Enemy of the People at the Duke of York...

Cherwell Introduces: Menu3

Joining me this week, are four members of Menu3: Nicole 2nd year biochemist/lead singer, Jude 2nd year chemist/bass player, Dan music student/drummer, and Marcus...

“Extremely vulnerable”: Review of The Sun King

It is difficult to imagine the stiflingly intimate space of the Burton Taylor transformed into a wide beach overlooking the expanse of the sea:...

‘Intimate and eye-opening’: Bruegel to Rubens at the Ashmolean- Review

"It was a pleasure to return to Oxford during the vacation to visit the Ashmolean’s new exhibition, which showcases some of the best drawings of the great Flemish artists of the 16th and 17th centuries."

Bust?: Saving the Economy, Democracy and our Sanity by Robert Peston and Kishan Koria- Review

"So long as we have an economic system geared towards the accumulation of wealth rather than the acquisition of it, inequalities will continue to widen"

The Oxford Revue: A Room with Revue

'a simple and clever production which ranks as one of the most enjoyable shows I've seen all year'

All Of Us Strangers Review – A Haunting Exploration of Love in all its Forms

"In All Of Us Strangers, writer-director Andrew Haigh leads us by the hand into a dreamlike, introspective world. "

Ode to a Nearly Beloved

"As though through tracing paper, I etch your features onto faces of strangers I’ll never know."

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