Novelist, Restaurant Critic of the Year, TV Presenter, Columnist and self confessed ‘snooty public schoolboy from London’, Giles Coren gives Mark Grimmer his two penn’oth on The Art Of Good Journalism.
Hip hop supremo and founder of Stones Throw Records, Peanut Butter Wolf talks to Mark Grimmer on the occasion of the label’s tenth anniversary.
On returning from the prestigious Berlin Film Festival, the stars of Michael Winterbottom’s ‘The Road to Guantanamo’ were in for a shock at Luton Airport. Actor Rizwan Ahmed explains…
Set against the background of the violence in occupied Palestine, Paradise Now sketches the lives of two young men who find themselves on the front line of the Palestinian resistance movement, for very different reasons, and with very different consequences.
‘When a film answers the questions that it raises, well, the work ends there,’ says veteran filmmaker, Michael Haneke.
“I’m always gonna be in between places. Hence the name Sway. It only found meaning after I’d got that name, but that’s my battle in life, trying to keep a balance.”
Mark Grimmer talks to Helen Oyeyemi about her own experiences of Africa and her stratospheric rise to fame.
Jasmine Waddell uses photography as a vehicle for raising awareness about rural poverty in South Africa.
Africa 05 aims to add a cultural component to the political momentum and focus that will be placed on Africa when the UK takes over the presidency and chairmanship of the European Union and the G8 this year.
Three artists at Modern Art Oxford