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Barbara Gray says young people have realised that the WI gives women the chance to be themselves

Profile: ‘I am very proud of the WI’ says group stalwart Barbara Gray

Profile: John Turbeville - Child’s play is a serious issue

Profile: John Turbeville - Child’s play is a serious issue

Annie Sloan, who heads a network of 1,500 hand-picked independent stockists, at work on a new creation

Profile: Paint inspires interior artist Annie Sloan

Profile: Film and TV producer Pippa Harris believes you must love your work

Profile: Film and TV producer Pippa Harris believes you must love your work

Jenny Blyth left her post as curator of The Saatchi Gallery to set up her own Oxford art gallery in Jericho

Profile: Jenny Blyth - An inspirational workplace

Maya Sprigg, of Stagecoach Theatre Arts Oxford, first arrived in Oxfordshire to run a motor racing team

Profile: Maya Sprigg - All aboard the Stagecoach

Profile: ‘I’ve had the best year ever’ says Oxford Playhouse exec Louise Chantal

Profile: ‘I’ve had the best year ever’ says Oxford Playhouse exec Louise Chantal

Profile: George Bennell - The proof is in the pitting

Profile: George Bennell - The proof is in the pitting

Martin Stott, who has lived in the Cowley Road area for 35 years, says it is a place and also a state of mind

Profile: Martin Stott - State of mind through food

Harry Bingham wrote his first book at the age of 29 while sitting at the bedside of his seriously ill wife

Profile: Harry Bingham - Banking on the write stuff

Henrietta Knight spent 10 months writing her new book on the years she spent with Terry Biddlecombe

Profile: Henrietta Knight - Reflection of times gone by

Profile: Barney Norris - ‘Plays open a world of fun’

Profile: Barney Norris - ‘Plays open a world of fun’

Profile: John Brennan ‘Visual paranoia of beauty’

Profile: John Brennan ‘Visual paranoia of beauty’

Profile: Robert Gildea - ‘Truth changes over time...’

Profile: Robert Gildea - ‘Truth changes over time...’

Profile: Roma Tearne - Talent in words and pictures

Profile: Roma Tearne - Talent in words and pictures

Adrian Noble and wife Joanne Pearce pictured in 2008

Profile: Adrian Noble - Directing words and music

Lloyd Figgins rowed across the Atlantic Ocean in a 23ft plywood rowing boat

Profile: Lloyd Figgins is always looking for danger

Juliet Harbutt is planning to return to her native New Zealand at the end of the year

Profile: Juliet Harbutt - Farewell to the cheese lady

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Dr Timothy Hands, who was headhunted by recruitment specialists, will become headmaster of prestigious Winchester College in September 2016

Profile: Tim Hands - Headhunted for new role

John Houston is on the look-out for a property to establish a white-collar boxing club in Oxford next year

Profile: John Houston is Oxfordshire's ringmaster

Yasmin Sidhwa, who has been a familiar face at the Pegasus Theatre for 17 years, is taking on a new role

Profile: Yasmin Sidhwa - Outreaching at the theatre

Profile: Diplomat’s wife Julia Miles tells us all

Profile: Diplomat’s wife Julia Miles tells us all

Musical milestone: Peter McMullin is marking three decades of working at Blackwell’s Music Shop in Oxford

Profile: Peter McMullin - Still immersed in his music

Tom Littler’s first move on leaving Oxford was to offer his services to Sir Peter Hall at the National Theatre

Profile: Tom Littler - I am going back to college

Profile: Tony Long - ‘Compilers can be devious’

Profile: Tony Long - ‘Compilers can be devious’

Best-selling author Sally Nicholls was only 24 years old when she wrote Ways To Live Forever

Profile: Sally Nicholls - Death, loss... and Dr Who

Charlotte Geeves is chief executive of the Henley Festival, which runs from July 8-12

Profile: Charlotte Geeves - All set for festivities to start

Profile: Katherine Grainger - New girl at Brookes’s helm

Profile: Katherine Grainger - New girl at Brookes’s helm

Painter Orde Levinson pictured in his studio at Folly Bridge

Profile: Orde Levinson - Home is where the art is...

Profile: Bob Chilcott - Meet the social musician

Profile: Bob Chilcott - Meet the social musician

Profile: Dame Helen Ghosh - ‘I’m a huge fan of the train’

Profile: Dame Helen Ghosh - ‘I’m a huge fan of the train’

David Mather has officially retired three times so far ending 52 years of railway service

Profile: David Mather - Maverick on the right track

Profile: Guy Briggs

Profile: Guy Briggs

Profile: Frances Brann - Art inspired by travelling

Profile: Frances Brann - Art inspired by travelling

Profile: Nigel Lamb - Still the king of the skies

Profile: Nigel Lamb - Still the king of the skies

Profile: Philip Koomen - The professional dreamer

Profile: Philip Koomen - The professional dreamer

Profile: Gill Tishler - Problems remain the same

Profile: Gill Tishler - Problems remain the same

Profile: How Professor Dame Carol Robinson defied the odds

Profile: How Professor Dame Carol Robinson defied the odds

Begbroke celebrates success

Natural solution to pests

Katie Griffiths

Flower power

In the frame

In the frame

Camilla Leech

Designers to the stars

Professor Henry Snaith

The solar revolution

Dr Chris Winchester

The small, sane voices of big pharma

Chris Manson

Blott on the landscape

Deborah Glass-Woodin and Beth Titchborne

The green ink brigade

Modernising the museum

Modernising the museum

Space to think

Martin and Anne Cowell

First class travel

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