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Tony Schur (1958, English)
From the Cam to the Zambezi records the experiences of a group of young people who first met in Cambridge, and then went on to live and work in Africa during a time of constitutional change and historically important events.
Updated: Friday 12th December 2014 9:28
Ian Irvine (1987, Engineering)
A young student at Christ Church, Oxford has an idea for his doctor’s thesis (Ph.D.), which fulfils not only the criteria for ‘originality’, but goes far beyond it. For if Jason Dyke is right, his idea will soon change the world and shift the delicate balance of power from one nation to another.
Jason’s idea is simple: In the genetics laboratory he will clone Jesus Christ.
Updated: Tuesday 2nd December 2014 11:37
Professor Anthony Rees (Student of Christ Church, Biochemistry 1980-90)
The Antibody Molecule follows the extraordinary journey of the medics and scientists who shaped the course of medical advances in the field of molecular immunology.
Updated: Monday 10th November 2014 15:02
Serge Beddington-Behrens (1964, English)
Serge Beddington-Behrens Ph.D is a psychotherapist and consultant turned activist for a new and better society and the older he gets, the busier he becomes.
His recent book Awakening the Universal Heart, suggests that our education focuses too much on our left brain and so we grow up overly rational and repressing the intelligence inside our hearts.
Updated: Tuesday 14th October 2014 8:08
David Bebbington (1989, Organic Chemistry)
For all interested in the First World War or those associated with Magdalen College School, Mr Brownrigg’s Boys: Magdalen College School and The Great War will prove a fascinating read.
Updated: Thursday 26th June 2014 17:06
Stephen Clarke (1978, Modern Languages)
The entertaining biography of Edward VII and his playboy lifestyle, by Stephen Clarke, author of 1000 Years of Annoying the French and A Year in the Merde.
Updated: Wednesday 4th June 2014 10:53
Alex Morgan (1981, Modern History)
Paula abandons her London life and travels through the night to a Scottish village where she once spent a childhood holiday. Desperate to avoid a painful loss, she tries to hide away. However, the locals are keen to know more about their unhappy visitor and she is soon tangled in the life of 12-year-old Sanders. Can Paula help her new friend? Can we ever run away from the past?
Updated: Tuesday 2nd December 2014 11:36
Julie Maxwell (1995, English Literature)
One in five confirmed pregnancies end in miscarriage.
One in ten babies will spend time in a neonatal unit.
These sensitive subjects form the heart of Julie Maxwell’s brilliant novel.
Updated: Wednesday 4th June 2014 10:50
Paul Griffin (1956, PPE)
This covers over fifty years of an international career by Paul Griffin, a country vicar’s son in advertising, foreign banknote trading and luxury goods.
Updated: Tuesday 28th May 2013 12:36
Steve Giles (1976, Modern History)
As a former forensic accountant for Deloitte, Steve Giles was involved in headline investigations such as the Polly Peck affair.
Now an international consultant in the areas of governance, risk and compliance, he specialises in how to manage financial crime risk and business ethics, with a client list boasting the likes of The London Stock Exchange and the ACCA.
Updated: Wednesday 24th April 2013 9:53