A walk in Wytham Woods

Down George Street, the ugliest road in the city centre; straight on through the cyclists’ death-trap (the junction before the bridge); past the pharaonic Saïd Business School, and follow the cycle path; soon, on your right, sheepish Wadham students should be emerging with their granola from the Waitrose across the road; right turn after the […]

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George Monbiot: National Columnist’s Man Wilder

Sean Scoltock interviews Guardian columnist, writer and producer George Monbiot. “We live in a shadowland, a dim, flattened relic of what there once was, of what there could be again”, George Monbiot. If not literally feral, George Monbiot, the figuratively rabid Guardian columnist, by trade menacingly encircles cosseted elites. A self-described “unreconstructed idealist” with the […]

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