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Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Robin Mcghee

Cherworld: Trinity Week 2

In Robin's last appearance before a brief finals interlude, he and Sophie tackle two important issues: the advisability of mixing savannah animals with intoxicated students, and the shame of falling behind LSE in the international rankings

Welcome to the (very Tory) jungle

Former Deputy Prime Minister and Tory big dog Lord Heseltine talks to Robin McGhee

Adventures with Tintin

Robin McGhee talks to Tintinologist Michael Farr about the magic of Hergé's creation and Spielberg's latest film

Re-living Stalingrad’s horrors

Master of militaria Antony Beevor tells Robin McGhee the secrets of writing the Second World War

Cherworld: Week 4

Cherworld is back! New host Sophie Jamieson joins the perennial Robin McGhee to discuss the latest results from our Oxford attitudes survey. This week they talk cheating and plagiarism in Oxford.

Pardon my French

Robin McGhee finds himself wet, not in Switzerland, and distinctly unimpressed with the 'things to see' on a holiday to Savoy

Cherwell’s Fresher A – Z

A is for Arrival. You are not good enough. You never were good enough, you never will be good enough and it’s all a terrible joke. Ah well, Cherwell’s here to help. Are you sitting comfortably? Then we’ll begin.

Wage protestors invade Tescos

Living Wage protestors talk to Tescos staff and shoppers about increasing wages

Great people, shame about the sheep

Robin McGhee likes the Welsh but the glorious landscape leaves him cold. And very very wet

Interview: Richard Dannatt

Richard Dannatt, former head of the army, talks to Robin McGhee about the past and future of Britain at war

Always snip, snip, snip, eh, Mr Osborne?

Robin McGhee gives us his view on the pros and cons of the Budget 2011

This coalition’s weakness is the NHS

Tory plans for reform will drive a wedge between the partners and cock up the health service to boot

I don’t like sport very much

The view from the other side

Aaron Porter on Graduate Taxes and the Tuition Fee

Robin Max McGhee interviews the NUS president about his preference for graduate taxes over tuition fees.