TOM BALDERSTONE talks to Churchill fellow “Professor Risk” about living life on the edge.
Avoiding the obvious pun, let’s just say PIERS RILEY-SMITH’S high hopes were dashed in his review of Dickens’ much adapted epic.
Former CUCA chairman CALLUM WOOD worries the BBC 2 show will re-enforce stereotypes.
Aspiring politico and Trinity Hall lawyer Chris Monk makes his debut BBC appearance, causing access outrage.
Officers detain two men in relation to the Fitz robbery in London after Crimewatch appeal.
SASKIA GOLDMAN grabs an interview with “the one from Cambridge” on the BBC’s new extreme-humiliation gameshow.
Stuck for plans for the Willie Holiday tomorrow? Make it a right royal piss up or escape the Wedding madness with The Tab’s events barometer for varying levels of enthusiasm.
King’s student Lily Cole is set to appear in popular BBC show Doctor Who, as her acting career continues, though not all Who fans are impressed.
HARDY CUBASCH’s life’s suddenly got glamorous as the Boat Race draws nearer and the world is informed of the lucky 9 who’ll be racing in front of millions in 18 days time.
Should we really be judging politicians by their backgrounds? TOM MOULE tells us why this should not be the case.
Nick Clegg has told Cambridge and Oxford that it’s “not up to them” to decide whether or not they should charge £9,000 tuition fees.
Cambridge’s residents have been warned not to give money to the homeless by an ex-beggar.
JONNY SINGER talks to THOMAS PIACHAUD about American football, the Cambridge Pythons and the Union’s Superbowl Party.
ALASDAIR PAL: “If only there were a way to turn John Hurt off”.
Cambridge MP Julian Huppert hopes to leave student dissatisfaction behind him when he appears on BBC show Bang Goes The Theory.
MATILDA WNEK asks ‘Must we create unholy compound nouns for every food group? Are we sure ‘choco-gratification’ earns its place in our immediate lexicon?’
‘There were vending machines distributing condoms instead of toothbrushes.’ HOLLY STEVENSON speaks to BBC presenter and Formula 1 anchor JAKE HUMPHREY.
Can theatre break middle and working class boundaries? TABATHA LEGGETT gets the low-down from PAUL ROSEBY, artistic director of the National Youth Theatre.
Following Deputy Editor Ellie Pithers’ diatribe on the unpaid internship, JENNA CORDEROY offers her pick of some of the best internships of the summer and how to get them.