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Thursday, July 27th

Interview: The Cast and Crew of The Winterling

CherwellTV interview the cast and crew of The Winterling, and also get an exclusive look at their rehearsals.

Shark Tales Episode 4 [Season 6]

https://youtu.be/pg8siwExUiA Cherwell Broadcasting presents Shark Tales Episode 4

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.

Preview: Dangerous Liaisons

Dangerous Liaisons director Christina Drollas discusses the upcoming Playhouse production

May Morning in Two Minutes

Morris Dancing, River Jumping and Drunken Shenanigans

Cherworld – A* is born

As Cambridge ups their standard science offer to A*A*A, Anthony and Anna consider whether Oxford should follow suit

For The Love of Film

Matt Isard looks at how paradise is not always what it seems in The Descendants and how kids should not be given super powers till they are 21 in Chronicle.

Shark Tales – Series 3 Episode 2

Alexander Fox returns for another curious incident of the drunks in the night-time

Comic Potential

Cherwell looks at 'Comic Potential', Jesus' Cuppers play entry

Shark Tales recruitment special

Barnaby Fry delves into the gritty world of student journalism on press night at the Cherwell offices

Academic achievement is an important metric for admissions

Greg Brinkworth argues that shifting the focus away from academic attainment at admissions stage risks misleading applicants

President Duterte calls Oxford “school for stupid people”

Controversial Filipino president hits back at claims he spent 10 million pesos on a “troll army”

My town and my gown: from the Land of Green Ginger to the Broad

Molly Greenwood celebrates the spirit of her home town whilst making some surprising comparisons with Oxford

Guys, I’ve got a text! – Love Island comes to a close

Alice Robinson breaks down the latest season of Love Island and questions the reputation of trash TV.

Homeless threatened with £2.5k fines by council

Labour-run council claims bags in doorways "may constitute a hazard"