THE Bodleian Library in Oxford is planning a new exhibition to mark 200 years since the death of Jane Austen.
IT sounds like something from the world of tomorrow, but a new piece of technology is allowing people to see into the Oxford of the past.
A MAN who chronicled the history of the county in his quirky and vast collections has been honoured with a blue plaque on the Oxford house where he lived.
OXFORD-born Madrid-based journalist William Chislett talks about his successful campaign to get a memorial for Spanish émigré writer and Faringdon resident Arturo Barea in the Spanish capital.
AWARD-WINNING novelist William Boyd is to adapt a Graham Greene novel for a feature film, two Oxford film producers have announced.
A BLUE plaque will be unveiled to honour ‘the man who collected Oxfordshire.’
AFTER setting their sights on the archive of pioneering Victorian photographer William Henry Fox Talbot, three years ago, staff at the Bodleian Library have snapped it up after raising £2.2m.