In Cambridge, wherever you look, history looks back at you. It's hardly surprising considering the University of Cambridge has 85 Nobel Laureates, 14 British Prime Ministers, nearly 100 Olympic medallists and countless other cultural and academic luminaries amongst its alumni.
Sonia's new book - The Dark Between
Sonia Gensler is releasing her new book "The Dark Between" (Find the book here on Good Reads). To accompany the release Oxbridge Tours helped Sonia out with a guided tour of Cambridge's local secrets to go on video.
Stephen Hawking Master of the Universe Part Two
Two years after Hawking’s Book was published his he and his wife jane separated. In 1995 he married his nurse Elaine Mason.
‘I am marrying the woman I love’ he said. And the world waited eagerly for his much waited theory of everything.
‘When the brief history of time came out I think physicist were fairly hopeful that we would have this theory of everything within a few decades.’
Hawking – Master of the universe. Part 1/5
Stephen Hawking wants big answers to big questions
'How can we understand the universe? Is it arbitrary or is there a grand design? Do we still need a god?'
In 1988 Stephen Hawking wrote an unlikely but sensational best seller and became an instant celebrity. In the book he promised we would soon have the ultimate answer; the theory of everything that explain how the universe began.
Oxford Today with Michael Palin
The city of Cambridge is centred around the ancient university which is over 800 years old. The city boasts an unparalleled blend of history, culture and architectural beauty. By taking our 90 minute tour with one of our experienced guides you will be able to cover the highlights of the city. It is possible to spend a lifetime exploring Cambridge and still not find everything it has to offer. (We also offer half day and full day guided tours for smaller groups.)