Colin was an early castaway. In the second picture in this blog, I showed him his life story with a photo of one of his castaway choices in Oxford Castaways. The story he told me of how he wrote the
Exclusive Chinese New Year feature : Qu Leilei one of the founders of the Stars Art Movement which changed Chinese art forever!
A coup for Chinese New Year! Exclusive interview for Oxfordshire Limited Edition with one of the founders of the Stars Art movement the courageous Qu Leilei. Ai Weiwei, Ma Desheng, Wang Keping and Li Shuang are among his fellow Stars.
Click the link below to view this article in its original format: Sir Roger and Lady Moyra Bannister - Castaway Sylvia Vetta talks to Sir Roger Bannister on the eve of the 57th anniversary of his record-breaking run at Oxford’s
This clue was set by Colin Dexter and used in The Silent World of Nicolas Quinn. To solve the mystery shouldn’t require the help of Colin’s insightful Inspector Morse. The answer is ‘Donald’. Donald Duck and Don Bradman certainly but
Castaway Victor Glynn’s production ‘Foosball’ has sold to record audiences in South America and will be released in the UK just after the World Cup. It has just won the Goya prize in Spain for the best animated movie. Animated film
Philip is a talented filmmaker who makes good films on a shoestring. He also created the popular website www.encyclopedia-titanica.org. His castaway feature includes an interesting tale concerning a piece of coal.To read all about it click here. This film of
December 2009 Castaway: Bettany Hughes Historian Writer, Broadcaster and opener of The New Ashmolean The five year old Bettany Hughes was one of 1,694,117 people, who saw the golden mask, from the head of the mummy of King Tutankhamen, on display
On his return to Oxford, SYLVIA VETTA talks to Chinese artist Qu Lei lei about his work.
Mick Smith, the defence correspondent of the Sunday Times and author of many books on the intelligence services was my Castaway in the August 2010 edition of Limited Edition Magazine. Limited Edition comes free with the Oxford Times on the
Michael Wright: the last officer in the British Indian Army The village of Kennington, where I live, is the only village in the country to have chosen to fundraise for an overseas project every year, since 1969. In the process,