Chipping Norton Literary
attracts some of the biggest and the best names in the
at the Oxford Playhouse.
One of the marks of a classic play is that whenever you see it, you always see a contemporary
application. Screw the Looking-Glass, the Oxford student drama company that is now putting on Berthold
Brecht’s play The Causasian Chalk Circle at the Oxford Playhouse, could not have known when they planned this
production that there would be a new uprising in Eastern Europe, with a violent regime-change and the stomp of
soldiers’ boots, but the coincidence is striking. In the play the governor is overthrown but after two years
the new ruler is toppled in his turn.
"The European Journalism Centre"
Maastricht, The Netherlands: The European Journalism Centre (EJC), in cooperation
with the Canvas Network by Instructure, is pleased to announce that its free online data journalism course
‘Doing Journalism with Data: First Steps, Skills and
Tools’ will officially start on May 19, 2014. With more than 14.000
participants, this five-module introductory course is the largest massive open online course (MOOC) on the
topic of journalism to date.
Oxford Polish Association Dance Competition
This event was organised by Step by Step Dance School, Daybreak
and OPA, it took place on 1st of March 2014 in Wheatley Park School, Holton, Oxford. The evening consisted of
a dance competition and carnival ball. Dancers raised money for Daybreak and OPA.
Nestlé and Salzburg
Festival Young Conductors Award 2014
The 2014 Winner is Maxime
At the 2014 Award Concert
Weekend held at the Felsenreitschule, the 28-year-old Maxime Pascal from France convinced the jury chaired by
Ingo Metzmacher by conducting a concert of Camerata Salzburg with soloist Ramón Ortega
Oxford Energy Events This
Work on different aspects of the energy challenge, which must be addressed
holistically, is linked up through the Oxford Energy Network.
The FT Weekend Oxford Literary
Festival today announces a stellar line-up for its 2014 programme. Highlights involve a wide array of
award-winning, internationally renowned authors.
Dial M for
Murder, at the Oxford Playhouse.
A good night out at the theatre is a splendid way to shake off
winter blues and spoil yourself. This classic thriller, Dial M for Murder, does not
The Gurteen Knowledge-Letter is a free monthly e-mail based KM
newsletter for knowledge workers. Its purpose is to help you better manage your knowledge and to stimulate
thought and interest in such subjects as Knowledge Management, Learning, Creativity and the effective use
of Internet technology.
A visit to the British Museum in London is always an event. For a first-time visitor, it is
an incredible experience. The building looks like a huge Roman Palace, suitable for any
The 2014 Unconventional Yearbook presents
the most important facts and figures on the Top 20 US resource plays. This fourth edition of an annual
series of data books provides an overview of current activity with snapshots of the regional plays,
profiles of key players, a review of technology, a look at midstream activity, economic analysis and data,
and a bibliography.
NATURALLY SPEAKING 12.5 PREMIUM UPGRADE
Speech recognition is a tool; it used to be just seen as a gimmick, something you would
see on TV science-fiction shows such as Star Trek, Stargate etc. Dragon is used in many businesses to
streamline workflow, automate processes and improve productivity.
diverging regional gas demand and production trends have induced a wider and more
trade-flows in an increasingly interconnected gas world, accelerated by unforeseen shocks in
Since 1987, when ISO published its first series of ISO 9000
quality management standards, more than one million organisations in 178 countries have achieved ISO
9001. What has persuaded so many people to invest significant amounts of time and money into this
process, and what benefits have they gained?
Andrew Smith MP at Oxford First Tuesday's
January meeting at the Lamb and Flag, St.Giles, Oxford. Where he briefed local media people about the
current political affairs and members brought Andrew up to date with issues facing media businesses in
Oxford and the surrounding area. A good and useful time was had by all.
Please ignore the e-mails seeking financial
help, which purports to come from me in Uganda or Madrid etc. I am thankfully alive and
well in Oxford.