The next chapter in the Cambridge ‘Punt Wars’ saga has emerged, with human rights and civil liberties now being invoked.
This week, ELINOR LIPMAN goes punting for the first time
Forget punting: touts are now offering sneak peeks of college life
CHARLIE DOWELL reveals all in his guide to getting the most out of your one night stand.
This week, we welcome aboard legendary folk punk musician Frank Turner.
The river yobs strike again as a child’s finger is broken on the Cam. LOUIS DURKAN reports.
Bridie McPherson’s beautiful rendition of ‘You’re Just Too Good To Be True’ comes to TabTV.
Sophie Grant performs the beautiful ‘A Change is Gonna Come’ as The Punt Sessions returns to TabTV.
TabTV brings you Sophie Jamieson’s second song with The Punt Sessions.
TabTV spent the day on the Cam in the freezing cold with the fantastic and lovely Sophie Jamieson.
TabTV’s brand NEW Punt Sessions kicks off.
JAMES MITCHELL can’t stand libraries, but at least his high score on Temple Run is impressive.
Cantabs are in uproar over a move by Cam Conservators to ban punting under the influence.
River chiefs are cracking down on illegal punting companies, which will be banned from operating on the Cam next year.
Thugs have used concrete to sink two punts worth £10,000, raising fears of an escalating ”turf war” between rival operators.
While most students will be sleeping off the excesses of May Week, four Cambridge students will be setting off on a 200 mile, 12 day long punt trip.
Punting in Cambridge is under threat by an onslaught of a dangerous river weed.