Meet KATIE HOPKINS, the ‘Jesus of the Outspoken’: funny, engaging, hard as nails and, as we found out, impossible to rattle..
JONNY HYMAN spoke to ex-footballer and current BBC pundit, Pat Nevin, about his hopes for England’s chances at the World Cup, the prospects of up-and-coming young English players, and the perks of his job.
ANNA WILMOT chats to Richard Curtis about how to be a successful filmmaker, love, and the mysteries of casting.
JOE WHITWELL and HAZEL SHEARING talk King’s recent victory and their hopes for other colleges with the CUSU Living Wage officer.
ANNA WILMOT speaks to legendary funny man, Alan Davies, about QI, Jonathon Creek, and the follow-up to his long-awaited return to stand-up comedy with his show, Little Victories.
JOE WHITWELL talks to Student Minds at the start of their Mental Health Week, about what they do and the pressures of being a student in Cambridge.
NATALIE BENNETT, the current political leader of the Green Party, talks about the upcoming European Parliament elections and why she thinks that the Green Party is the only viable alternative to the main political parties on the UK’s political landscape.
ANNA WILMOT sits down with the owners of Cambridge’s first and best frozen yoghurt shop, Chill.
ANNA WILMOT sits down with Vincent Castiglione, the owner of the Maypole, to discuss the success of his family-run pub and its popularity among the Cambridge students.