• The time traveller

    The time traveller

    Explorer Tim Severin recalls his first historical journey – to China with Boris Johnson’s dad.
  • Sleepless in Oxford

    Sleepless in Oxford

    We’ve forgotten how to sleep and it’s affecting our mental health, says a pioneering Oxford scientist.
  • China's new long march

    China’s new long march

    What lies ahead for a nation Mao would barely recognise? The director of Oxford’s China Centre reads the signs.
  • Food for Thought

    Food for thought

    As the world population soars, Oxford is pioneering research to meet the challenge of feeding ten billion mouths.
  • Consummatum est

    Consummatum est

    101 years after it began, a truly definitive Latin dictionary project has ended – with a beer.
  • Where Did the Moon Come From?

    Where did the Moon come from?

    Scientists are still debating the origin of the Earth's closest companion.
  • Petraeus

    Petraeus in Conversation

    General David Petraeus speaks about modern warfare and the role of education in the military.
  • Mike Dodd

    Heart of the Matter

    John Garth talks to a scientist whose work is inspired by the heart disease that runs in his family.
  • Oceans

    Pricing the Oceans

    Is it possible to put a value on how useful our oceans are in the mitigation of climate change?
  • Birding

    Triumphant Twitching

    How Neil Hayward broke the world record for spotting the most species of birds in a single year.

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