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Friday, July 21st

The Japanese House – “I’ve never wanted fame at all”

Ellen Peirson-Hagger interviews Amber Bain on her moody indie project

Music without borders : Misogyny and Bollywood

Jeevan Ravindran exposes the contradictions within Hindi cinema

Review: D.I.D – The State We’re In

Natalia Bus feels the weight of D.I.D's long-awaited second album

Spotlight: The Lemon Twigs

The Lemon Twigs are a band of sumptuous harmonies and odd thrills, says Natalia Bus

The winter’s dead, long live the Spring King

Ellen Peirson-Hagger’s ears are left ringing after a noise-fuelled night from a trilogy of bands at the Bullingdon

“U2 still deserves a place at the forefront of modern rock”

For Calum Bradshaw , U2 can still deliver a world class performance

OxFolk reviews: ‘Here We Go 1, 2, 3’

“Here we go, 1, 2, 3, hold your hands out to me…” so opens this beautifully formed album ‘Here We Go 1, 2, 3’...

Single of the week: James Blunt’s ‘Love Me Better’

Emma Leech slates the pop singer's painful new release

The Transports at Cecil Sharp House

Ben Ray is carried away by an epic tale of transportation told through folk music and stories

Examining Oxford’s earthly pleasures

Daniel Curtis sees the city through the lens of the 2007 post-punk revival
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We can scrutinise without abusing

It’s important to reject personal attacks on politicians, but holding these same politicians to account is important for our democracy

Adaptating our perception of film adaptations

Jack Allsopp questions whether film adaptations can ever match or even supersede their literary predecessor

Balliol appoints first female Master

Dame Helen Ghosh will be the first woman to hold the position in the college's 750-year history

Criticism of Diane Abbott is rooted in racism and misogyny

Chris Goring argues that we must start a conversation about online abuse in both the political left and right

Council unveils ‘cycling city’ signs despite rising accident rates

Oxford City Council plans to increase the number of commuters cycling even as accident rates rise both locally and nationwide