• Judith Macgregor

    Judith Macgregor

    The British ambassador to Mexico talks to John Garth about shoestring creativity and street theatre in early Seventies Oxford.
  • Naomi Wolf

    Naomi Wolf

    Why did you apply to Oxford?

  • John Vickers

    John Vickers

    The Warden of All Souls tells Richard Lofthouse about his banking report and college life.
  • Siddhartha Mukherjee

    Siddhartha Mukherjee

    The Pulitzer prize-winning author tells John Garth how he came to Oxford to pursue the dream of working with his hero.
  • Stephanie Cook

    Stephanie Cook

    The Olympic modern pentathlon gold medallist tells John Garth how a poster in the porter's lodge at her college put her on track for Sydney 2000.
  • Chrystia Freeland

    Chrystia Freeland

    The global editor-at-large of Reuters news and former Rhodes scholar tells John Garth how she found herself at Oxford.
  • Kumi Naidoo

    Kumi Naidoo

    The executive director of Greenpeace International and former Rhodes scholar tells Alicia Clegg what he took away from Oxford.
  • Naomi Alderman

    Naomi Alderman

    Why did you apply to Oxford?

  • Terry Jones

    Terry Jones

    The actor, writer and director Terry Jones (St Edmund Hall 1961) - and a new Patron of the Oxford Thinking campaign - recalls student life.
  • Ian Hislop

    Ian Hislop

    The satirist, journalist and broadcaster, Ian Hislop, recalls undergraduate delights. Greg Neale reports.