- 03/01/2020: A decade (nearly) of British political history, as told through Queen’s speeches: a textual analysis of the most commonly used words in Queen’s speeches, 2012-2019
- 08/12/2019: Highgate residents furious at construction company moving into their basement
- 06/12/2019: First all-female final at Hampstead Heath conker championships
- 15/11/2019: Cllr Sian Berry: Camden has turned council estate ‘by stealth’ into a ‘depot’, reporting on events at the Whittington Estate in Highgate Newtown, Camden, northwest London.
- 07/11/2019: ‘Come outside if you’ve got balls’: brothers’ feud on trial at Uxbridge Magistrates Court
- 28/09/2019: Acclaimed woodwork centre in dire financial straits, reporting on a local community woodwork centre in Highgate Newtown, Camden, northwest London.
- 27/10/2017: ‘Oriel News: Michaelmas 2017’: a round-up I did of all of the news relating to Oriel JCR at the beginning of the 2017-18 academic year. Originally published by The Poor Print.
- 28/04/2017: ‘Rhodes Must Fall: A Timeline‘ – a timeline covering the iconography-related campaigns of the Rhodes Must Fall groups in Cape Town and Oxford. Originally published by The Poor Print.
- 28/04/2017: ‘Putting Rhodes in His Place‘ – a report on Oriel College’s internal meeting on 14/01/2017 on how best to contextualise their statue of Cecil Rhodes. Originally published by The Poor Print.
- 19/07/2019: ‘WhatsApp Killed Brexit‘, on an underexamined cause of the Brexit stalemate in Parliament.
- 15/07/2019: ‘Could the Lib Dems Win Streatham (and/or the Country)?‘
- 28/04/2017: ‘Fantastic Trumps – and Where to Find Them‘, on fantasy tropes and political narrative. Originally published by The Poor Print.
- 20/11/2016: ‘Judge not, lest ye be judged’ , on the Article 50 court case and the importance of an independent judiciary. Originally published by Cherwell.
- 20/03/2016: ‘Rhodes Must Fall & “Safe Spaces”‘ .
Shallow Dive: A Politics Podcast (co-presented with Murray Jones; show page here):
- 11/03/2020: #7: CORONAVIRUS PANIC EPISODE
- 05/03/2020: #6: Refugees, Mali & Old Man Joe
- 27/02/2020: #5: India, NIMBYs, Bedbugs & Biden
- 20/02/2020: #4: Immigration Talking Points
- 13/02/2020: #3: Justice, Badgers, and the BBC
- 06/02/2020: #2: Chaos in Iowa, and the case for regulating Facebook
- 30/01/2020: #1: Huawei, & the Case for Open Borders
- 23/12/17: ‘It’s True – Out Of The Blue Just Aren’t as Gay as They Used to Be‘, a satirical article analysing the homoerotic content of Oxford a capella group Out Of The Blue’s music videos over the years. Originally published by The Poor Print.
- 26/05/17: ‘OK Computer at 20‘, an article on the 1997 album by Radiohead. Originally published by Cherwell (not online).
- 05/05/17: ‘High Life‘, an article on the 2014 album by Brian Eno and Karl Hyde. Originally published by The Poor Print.
- 12/03/2017: ‘Pop is Dead – Long Live Pop’, on the advent of streaming and its effects on the music industry (in particular, its effects on the charts). Originally published by Cherwell.
- 22/01/2016: ‘Remembering Bowie: ‘I’m not a pop star… I’m a blackstar’ . Originally published by The Poor Print.
- 04/08/2017: ‘What Happens on Tour…‘: a diary of Oriel College’s 2017 choir tour to Lodi, Italy. Originally published by The Poor Print.
- 01/08/2014: ‘It Could Have Been Worse‘: a diary from a school sailing trip. Originally published in my school magazine, The Fullerian.
- 28/04/2017: ‘Fantastic Trumps and Where to Find Them‘, on Donald Trump. Originally published by The Poor Print.
- 26/11/2016: ‘A Modest Proposal for Improving the Range and Quality of Items on Offer at Breakfast for Members of Oriel College, and for Thereby Improving the General Health and Wellbeing of All Those Concerned’, on Brexit. Originally published by The Poor Print.
- 11/07/2019: Schubert, ‘Impromptu No. 3 in G-flat Major’.
- 2014: ‘Variations on a Pentatonic Theme‘ (original composition).
Work not found on this site:
- I have been the Executive Editor for The Poor Print, including full management responsibilities, since July 2016. In particular:
- I conceived and led the ‘Stories of Oxford’ project as part of Issue #16, themed around ‘Utopia’.
- I conceived and led ‘The Myth of Rhodes‘ as part of Issue #18 (themed around ‘Myth’): a special report on Cecil Rhodes, Oriel, and the Oriel statue.
- I commissioned and edited a series of music articles, published daily in week beginning 01/05/17, to celebrate Oriel Arts Week 2017. (My contribution to the series can be found here.)
- On 15/06/2013, I had a letter published in The Economist, disputing their optimistic take on the opinions of today’s youth. The original Economist article can be found here.
- In 2013, I led a successful campaign to save Watford’s climbing wall, which had been scheduled to be demolished. A news article can be found on this here.
- In 2018, I led a successful campaign lobbying Oriel College, Oxford to fly the rainbow flag for LGBT History Month. News articles on this can be found here and here. The 26-page paper I wrote and presented to Oriel’s Governing Body can be found here.