TOP 15+: What to do this week in Oxfordshire; from comedy and art to...

Nothing to do? Bored? Think again because we have picked out tips on what to see, do, watch, enjoy, join and listen to right here...

EXCLUSIVE: Korky Paul, the famous children’s illustrator, on his new exhibition at The North...

Oxford's favourite children's illustrator Korky Paul has just finished a Zoom call to India when we speak, having been running a children's workshop at a...

Wombles writer and Bicester author Philip Bowne wins Spotlight First Novel Prize and makes...

"I was in the cellar of the bar I was working in, when I found out that Cows Can't Jump had won the Spotlight First Novel Prize," Bicester's...

“I just miss her.” Clover Stroud on motherhood, grief, books and life after...

Clover Stroud is surrounded by the usual organised chaos on which she thrives when we hook up. Her husband Pete is away working in the...

“I never regretted giving up my career to have children.” Kadiatu Kanneh-Mason on motherhood,...

Any preconceptions I had about Kadiatu Kanneh-Mason dissolved the moment we spoke. Yes, her seven children have turned into a musical dynasty and tour all...

“Deliberate, cogitate and digest:” Loyd Grossman talks TV, books and elephants before his virtual...

When I catch up with Loyd Grossman, although I am keen to hear about his new book An Elephant in Rome, it's his voice I...

Competition: Win copies of Amanda Jennings’ three blockbusters including new thriller The Storm

Amanda Jennings' sunny, cheerful demeanour is totally at odds with the dark subject matter that pervades her books. And her latest novel The Storm is...

Blackwell’s opens new Book Spa service amid surge in worldwide orders despite longest closure...

On Monday, Blackwell's on Broad Street will have been open again for a month after the longest closure in its 141 year history.

COMPETITION: Win copies of new children’s book ‘World of Wonder: Mountains’ by Charlotte Guillain...

Children's author Charlotte Guillain has always been fascinated by mountains and travelling, which would explain why her latest book features her favourite subject.

EXCLUSIVE: Prof Suzannah Lipscomb on student life in Oxford, the Tudors, giving women a...

Professor Suzannah Lipscomb has got so many letters after her name it's hard to get to the heart of the matter, ie her many achievements.
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