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ROWING: Matt Tarrant and Stewart Innes shine at the Great Britain trials

Oxford Brookes oarsman Matt Tarrant (left) and Leander's Stewart Innes on their way to victory in the pairs semi-final at Caversham Picture: Naomi Baker

THE Great Britain senior and under 23 final trials at Caversham featured significant performances for Oxford Brookes and Oxford University rowers as well as former pupils from local schools, writes John Wiggins.

7:35am Thursday 20 April 2017

Driverless cars to be put through their paces on UK motorway

Driverless cars to be put through their paces on UK motorway

The vehicles will take the fast road from London to Oxford.

3:33pm Monday 24 April 2017

RUGBY UNION: Holders Banbury bid to retain Oxfordshire Cup as Oxford University Greyhounds eye first county success in 41 years

KICKING DUTY: Vice-captain Ed Phillips, who kicked 13 points in last year’s final, is hoping to help Banbury win the Oxfordshire Cup for a second year in a row Picture: Simon Grieve

TWELVE months after ending a 16-year wait to lift the Oxfordshire Cup, holders Banbury are bidding to break new ground tonight.

8:17am Thursday 13 April 2017

RUGBY UNION: Sophie Trott revels in Oxford University Women's great season

ON THE RUN: Oxford University full back Sophie Trott on the attack during the Women’s Varsity Match Picture: Matthew Impey

SOPHIE Trott will never forget what turned out to be a memorable season for Oxford University Women.

7:46am Thursday 13 April 2017

ROWING: Boat Race medal drama for former Abingdon School oarsman Ollie Cook

Ollie Cook's medal falls into the water as he celebrates with his brother Jamie (right) after the race Pictures: Hamish Roots@Lightoverwater

THERE was joy and temporary disappointment for former Abingdon School pupil Ollie Cook on Sunday, writes John Wiggins.

8:17am Thursday 6 April 2017

Round the world in 24 tiny theatres: a time traveller’s tale told through art

Adrian Brooks’ Travel Theatres

A series of 24 wall-mounted theatres, inspired and assembled in countries as diverse as Brazil, Australia, Tanzania and Canada, have found a temporary resting place in Summertown.

1:25pm Monday 10 April 2017

Viewers thought Jack Whitehall was brilliant in social satire Decline And Fall

Viewers thought Jack Whitehall was brilliant in social satire Decline And Fall

Reviewers thought Jack’s signature comedy made him the perfect fit for poor Paul Pennyfeather.

1:43pm Saturday 1 April 2017

Kiran Millwood Hargrave wins book prize with children's tale inspired by the Canary Islands

Kiran Millwood Hargrave wins book prize with children's tale inspired by the Canary Islands

The young writer took some influence by acclaimed writer Philip Pullman

10:03pm Thursday 30 March 2017

ROWING: Headington School rule roost once again

The victorious Keble College crew. From left: Melissa Hinkley, Hannah Stone, Emma Carter, Maddie Price, Cecilia Rowson, Maaike Van Swieten, Ruth Siddorn, Caitlin Brown, Michael Hobley. Holding boat: Morgan Baynham-Williams

HEADINGTON School continue to dominate junior women’s rowing – repeating the 2016 double victory in eights and quads, writes John Wiggins.

7:29am Thursday 30 March 2017

RUGBY UNION: Oxford University put solutions in place to tackle 'challenging' financial problems

Oxford University's players discuss tactics during a warm-up game ahead of last year's Varsity Match

OXFORD University RFC remain upbeat about their future despite admitting to “challenging” financial problems.

8:31am Thursday 16 February 2017
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