Candace Bushnell has become synonymous with her alter-ego, Carrie Bradshaw, and is widely known as the author and creator of Sex and the City.
Nedum will be in Oxford next month as the invited guest of Oxford United Football Club, speaking at the world-famous Oxford Literary Festival. Offered the opportunity for an interview, I converted that chance into a goal.
Jemma Powell is now gaining a reputation as an artist, she has deep-rooted connections to Oxfordshire where she and husband, Jack Savoretti, have made their family home. Following her recent exhibition at Thyme in Southrop we caught up with Jemma to find out more about her art and how it has become her preferred expression of creativity.
Dr Michael Mosley is embarking on a national tour with his wife, Dr Clare Bailey, to share the secrets to eating (well), sleeping (better) and living (longer). It sounded like a great fit for our optimism-themed January issue, so I jumped at the chance to have a chat and find out more.
For over 40 years, Aled Jones MBE has been the (un)official ‘voice of Christmas’ since recording Walking In The Air for the 1982 adaptation of the Raymond Briggs’ classic, The Snowman.
Reginald D Hunter’s new show, The Man Who Could See Through Shit – coming to Oxford in December – challenges what’s true and what’s not – "If you're sick of all the contradictory answers being shoved at you by media, meet the man who is sick of all the questions”.
Dubbed ‘The Steve Irwin of Farm Animals’, Farmer Will (aka Will Young) won us over way before he appeared on last winter’s Love Island, with his adorable TikTok videos showing the ups and downs of life at the farm.
Buckinghamshire-based GP, Dr Nighat Arif has become familiar to millions of women (and men) through her accessible and informative social media posts, leading to her becoming resident doctor