10th Aug 2013 by Sadie Levy Gale
Sadie Levy Gale talks brazilians, Feminism and Daily Mail bashing with Hadley Freeman
8th Aug 2013 by Rachel Savage
Rachel Savage talks to Rory Stewart MP about politics at home and abroad
29th Jul 2013 by Matt Broomfield
Matt Broomfield speaks to outrage-inducing TV commentator Katie Hopkins about social mobility and 'the shortcut system'.
9th Jun 2013 by Tom Perrin, Molly Gurdon
Tom Perrin and Molly Gurdon talk to the Catholic social justice campaigner and inspiration for the film 'Dead Man...
7th Jun 2013 by James Phillips
Cherwell talks to Garry Kasparov, the Russian opposition politician best known as one of the greatest chess players...
30th May 2013 by Jessica Campbell
Jessica Campbell speaks to the freelance journalist about Pakistani politics and tigers
16th May 2013 by Sean Ford
Sean Ford speaks to the veteran of the Left, Ken Livingstone
9th May 2013 by Rowan Borchers
Rowan Borchers meets the philosopher and vegetarian activist Peter Singer.
2nd May 2013 by Patrick Beardmore
Patrick Beardmore steals an interview with the US political pollster and star statistician
29th Apr 2013 by Joseph D'Urso
Nancy Pelosi talks about gun control, Republicans, and why she is 'hoping and praying' Hillary Clinton will run in 2016
25th Apr 2013 by Jonathan Epstein
Media titan and big name biographer Walter Isaacson talks to Jonathan Epstein about Oxford, politics, and being...
28th Mar 2013 by Helen Reid
Founder of the Rationalist Centre in New Delhi and the International Rationalist Association, Sanal Edamaruku is...
1st Mar 2013 by Alexander Rankine
Alexander Rankine talks to A. C. Grayling about some of his stronger opinions on God and The Guardian
23rd Feb 2013 by Chloe Cornish
The award-winning barrister, author and ecocide activist Polly Higgins speaks to Cherwell.
22nd Feb 2013 by Harriet Smith Hughes
Basma bint Saud, daughter of the former King of Saudi Arabia, talks women’s rights with Harriet Smith Hughes.
19th Feb 2013 by Tom Beardsworth
Tom Beardsworth talks to the Labour peer about Oxford, government and education policy
17th Feb 2013 by Jonathan Epstein
Paul Bremer, a key architect of the United States' occupation of Iraq, defends his record
11th Feb 2013 by Tom Perrin
Tom Perrin talks conservatism, Cameron and coalition with the former candidate for the Tory leadership.
1st Feb 2013 by Chloe Cornish
Cherwell talks whistle-blowing, WikiLeaks and WMDs with Sam Adams award winner Thomas Fingar.
26th Jan 2013 by Anna Cooban
Anna Cooban argues that whilst the Oxford interview system may be imperfect, we have yet to find a better replacement