A single-minded vision

The Oxford Times:

12:41pm Thursday 2nd October 2014

Reg Little talks to the man behind a bid to revolutionise commuting in West Oxfordshire

The story of the 'Hush-Hush' gun factory

The Oxford Times:

1:01pm Thursday 25th September 2014

Reg Little on the tale of a secret Second World War weapons site in woods near Abingdon

Mad Boy, Berners and me

The Oxford Times:

12:57pm Thursday 18th September 2014

Maggie Hartford talks to the owner of Faringdon House about her fascinating new book

No more sandwich boards

The Oxford Times:

12:58pm Thursday 11th September 2014

Christopher Gray talks to a photographer and our ‘first modern age street salesman’

Our turn in the spotlight

The Oxford Times:

12:54pm Thursday 11th September 2014

Reg Little on an exhibition of photos featured in The Oxford Times over its first 150 years

Unlocking a penal past

The Oxford Times:

1:15pm Thursday 4th September 2014

Reg Little meets a retired police officer whose historic collection is now open to the public

A rider with the luck of the Irish

The Oxford Times:

12:49pm Thursday 28th August 2014

Reg Little talks to the Olympian who is unable to defend her title at Blenheim

Match fit for film success

The Oxford Times:

1:11pm Thursday 21st August 2014

Richard O. Smith on the home team who signed up with an Oscar-winning director

Fifty and out for festival

The Oxford Times:

12:46pm Thursday 7th August 2014

As its 50th staging nears, Reg Little looks at the history of the Towersey Village Festival

A last, great labour of love

The Oxford Times:

12:37pm Thursday 31st July 2014

Reg Little looks at the great Oxford historian Michael Brock’s timely and final work

'Judge us on our work in city'

The Oxford Times:

10:00am Monday 28th July 2014

THE COMPANY newly signed up to deliver a £100m shopping centre at Botley says it should be judged on its building record in Oxford.

Many rounds of applause

The Oxford Times:

11:06am Thursday 24th July 2014

Matt Oliver speaks to Paul Coones as the Sheldonian Theatre marks its 350th birthday

Damian Jones: Inspired by a TV painting

The Oxford Times:

11:06am Thursday 17th July 2014

Reg Little talks to local film producer Damian Jones about his career and new film Belle

It's real food for thought

The Oxford Times:

10:52am Thursday 10th July 2014

Gill Oliver talks to an Oxford parenting expert and author about her work

Story of the first England captain now being told

The Oxford Times: Cuthbert Ottaway, the first England captain

11:10am Thursday 19th June 2014

Reg Little on the Oxford footballer who skippered his country in the first ever international

Take a look around to see 'combative' Cook's legacy

The Oxford Times: Colin Cook at the site of the proposed Northern Gateway near the Wolvercote and Pear Tree roundabouts

11:07am Thursday 12th June 2014

Reg Little talks to councillor Colin Cook, who is leaving his post after a decade that has seen him embroiled in a series of highly controversial issues

Oxfordshire plays its part

The Oxford Times: Major John Howard leads the 2nd Battalion Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry past the saluting base in St. Giles during Salute the Soldier Week in 1944 shortly before the Normandy Landings. A few weeks later, he was taking part in D-Day

12:06pm Thursday 5th June 2014

Reg Little on the roles of county people and places in the Normandy Landings

A writer and a statesman

The Oxford Times: Roy and Jennifer Jenkins in East Hendred in 1968

11:56am Thursday 22nd May 2014

Reg Little talks to the man behind a biography of former Home Secretary Lord Jenkins

Six decades on from that immortal Iffley Road run

The Oxford Times: roger bannister

1:34pm Thursday 15th May 2014

Reg Little talks to Sir Roger Bannister on the 60th anniversary of one of the great moments in sport

Uncomfortable glimpse of historic sexual abuse

The Oxford Times: Class act: Last week's production of The History Boys featured (from left) Luke Rollason, Jack Herlihy, Duncan Cornish and Tommy Siman

1:52pm Thursday 8th May 2014

Christopher Gray on seeing Alan Bennett's The History Boys at Oxford Playhouse

Toasting an iconic brand

1:45pm Thursday 8th May 2014

MG owners are celebrating 90 years of the marque. Reg Little and Andrew Ffrench report

Edward Higginbottom: four decades of direction

The Oxford Times: Edward Higginbottom: four decades of direction

1:29pm Thursday 24th April 2014

Giles Woodforde talks to the New College Choir director about his career and departure

It's the 40th anniversary of Oxford's all-male colleges welcoming women

The Oxford Times: Professor Gillian Sills at St. Catherine's College, where she was the first female Fellow

11:56am Thursday 24th April 2014

Rachel Bayne celebrates the 40 years of Oxford University becoming a co-educational institution

An absence of harmony

The Oxford Times: Councillor James Fry in Dragon Lane

12:53pm Thursday 17th April 2014

Reg Little on why The Dragon's plans for a new music school are proving contentious

Commoners vs. College - the grazing rights dispute

The Oxford Times: Wolvercote Commoners Michael Buck, left, and Jonathan Gittos

12:01pm Thursday 10th April 2014

Wolvercote Commoners are angry with St. John's College, Oxford, for selling grazing right. Reg Little reports

Mindfulness could make a difference to depression

The Oxford Times: Pictured are, from left, midwife Annie Williams, midwife Kim Paul, Dr. Warriner and midwife Nicki Wiggins

11:58am Thursday 10th April 2014

Matt Oliver looks into the new 'mindfulness' technique to teach new parents how to cope with the stress around childbirth

Mel Houldershaw is Oxford's singing survivor

The Oxford Times: Mel at home

10:59am Thursday 3rd April 2014

Nicola Lisle talks to a local music teacher and founder of East Oxford Community Choir

Longest serving War Poet

The Oxford Times: Edmund Blunden in military uniform

11:57am Thursday 27th March 2014

Reg Little on a poetry event where the star attraction will be a 68-year-old retired teacher

Learning lessons together

The Oxford Times: Professor Ian Menter

11:09am Thursday 20th March 2014

Reg Little reports on the progress of a scheme to raise achievement in city primary schools

Tony Benn - 'Bogeyman' and Burford

The Oxford Times: The late, great Tony Benn looks characteristically thoughtful at Levellers Day in Burford in 2001

11:07am Thursday 20th March 2014

Reg Little on the late Tony Benn’s relationship with Oxford and a town in the Tory heartland of West Oxfordshire

Childish Things celebrates ten years of major names and fun for the best of causes

The Oxford Times: James Corden and Miranda Hart

1:34pm Thursday 13th March 2014

Reg Little looks back at a glorious decade of Childish Things, the acclaimed comedy and music fundraiser for East Oxford hospice Helen and Douglas House

Protecting the pollinators

The Oxford Times: Tom Allen-Stevens on his Faringdon farm

1:29pm Thursday 13th March 2014

Matt Oliver on the efforts being made in Oxfordshire to halt the worrying decline in the bee population

Tragic death of a rugby superstar

The Oxford Times: Ronald Poulton Palmer scores against France

2:20pm Thursday 27th February 2014

Reg Little tells the story of Ronald Poulton Palmer, one of the rugby greats of his day

John Lloyd has had a quite interesting career

The Oxford Times: John Lloyd pictured at the offices of The Oxford Times this week

11:19am Thursday 20th February 2014

Reg Little talks to John Lloyd, the creator of Blackadder, QI and Spitting Image

Shrouded in myth no more

The Oxford Times: The Turin Shroud - exposed as a medieval forgery at Oxford University

11:33am Thursday 13th February 2014

Richard Corfield on the role that Oxford played in exposing the Turin Shroud as a fake

City's 'second Castle Mill'

The Oxford Times: Concern: Peter Thompson of Oxford Civic Society, in Holywell Cemetery

11:26am Thursday 13th February 2014

Reg Little on the row that is brewing over the planned building of student flats in a conservation area of Oxford

Free thinking and populist - interview with Nigel Warburton

The Oxford Times: Free thinking and populist - interview with Nigel Warburton

11:46am Thursday 6th February 2014

Matt Oliver talks to an East Oxford man seeking to bring philosophy to the masses

Off The Rails - I wouldn't commute with me

11:22am Thursday 6th February 2014

Dominic Utton is not offended that people try to avoid him

Looking ahead to the reopening of Oxford University's Museum of Natural History

The Oxford Times: The famous interior of the Museum of Natural History as the wrapping came off exhibits such as the iguanodon last month

11:18am Thursday 6th February 2014

"Jewel is restored and ready" Reg Little reports

Less cash, more freedom?

The Oxford Times: Nick Clegg signs off the City Deal sitting next to Greg Clark, the Cities Minister

11:15am Thursday 6th February 2014

Reg Little meets Nick Clegg and attempts to find out more about the snappily-titled Oxford & Oxfordshire City Deal

Danah Zohar - The science of capitalism

The Oxford Times: Danah Zohar - The science of capitalism

11:16am Thursday 30th January 2014

Gill Oliver talks to a woman said to have one of the finest business brains in the world

Hugh Trevor-Roper - A man defined by Hitler

The Oxford Times: Hugh Trevor-Roper - A man defined by Hitler

11:14am Thursday 30th January 2014

Reg Little on a new book that might lead to a reassessment of Hugh Trevor-Roper

A fine dam plan for A34?

The Oxford Times: Tom Ballance looks out over flooding on the A34

11:10am Thursday 30th January 2014

With politicians asking the PM to back a flood channel Reg Little reports on an unusual alternative proposal

Farewell Pete Seeger

2:07pm Thursday 30th January 2014

MUSIC-lovers were shocked on Tuesday to learn of the death of legendary folk artist Pete Seeger.

Interview - John Retallack: Bubbling with enthusiasm

The Oxford Times: John Retallack surveys the view from a college window

10:44am Friday 24th January 2014

Christopher Gray talks to the respected artistic figure about his new role at Ruskin

Sir Chris Chataway - Forever associated with a breezy day in May 1954

The Oxford Times: Chris Chataway gets the BBC Sports Personality of the Year trophy from Roger Bannister

11:56am Thursday 23rd January 2014

Reg Little on the role of the late Sir Chris Chataway in one of Oxford’s greatest days

From Monaco to Appleton: interview with Oxfordshire artist Marcus Hodge

The Oxford Times: From Monaco to Appleton: interview with Oxfordshire artist Marcus Hodge

2:05pm Thursday 16th January 2014

Gill Oliver talks to an acclaimed Oxfordshire artist known for his work with animals

Bright days ahead for solar

The Oxford Times: Catherine Strickland, from Thrings, and George Paton, from WebbPaton, at the site of the East Hanney solar farm

10:35am Thursday 16th January 2014

Reg Little talks to the people behind proposals for the largest solar farm seen in the UK

Stepping into the breach - interview with actor Michael Hadley

The Oxford Times: Powerful figure: Michael Hadley as the Archbishop of Canterbury in Henry V

1:35pm Thursday 9th January 2014

Christopher Gray meets a prolific actor appearing in Shakespeare in the West End

Getting it right for Richard III

The Oxford Times: Dr. Alexandra Buckle

12:51pm Thursday 9th January 2014

Reg Little meets an academic who found a document showing the correct way to conduct a royal reburial



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