From matriculation to marmalade, this Women’s History Month we’re taking a look back and spotlighting the women of Oxfordshire who have helped shape the place we live today.
My vertical thought for this Best of British month is if there’s one thing our fine land is good at, it’s that we are quietly proud to lead the world in eccentrics.
Esther Lafferty looks ahead to a new year with optimism, and art that reminds us of the world’s beauty, and the ways we can address climate change. Jericho artist Uniz Chuey’s latest
Creatures, Coral and Conservation
‘The World Beneath: The Life and Times of Unknown Sea Creatures and Coral Reefs’ is an informative title introducing us to the creatures of the sea – some of which are facing extinction – and the ways in which we can help. We speak to the author, Richard Smith, to find out more
We talk to Adam Lowe, AKA Beyoncé Holes, about slang, Spectrums and Serious Drag...
Following our Science edition, Zayna Ratty tells us all about the human brain...
Months of planning for a month of activities. We hope you enjoy the hundreds of free events that bring you a spark of the arts and technology. The Festival begins today but
Marvin Thompson Speaks on Structural Racism, Schooling and Statues
Following its release in March, we spoke to teacher and poet, Marvin Thompson about his first poetry collection, Road Trip, an intense interrogation of culture and heritage.
In Conversation with Stephen McGann
Best known for his role as Dr Turner in Call the Midwife, we speak to Actor and science communicator Stephen McGann about the way popular BBC drama Call the Midwife has engaged millions of viewers with the changes in medical practice over the last 60 years.