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24th November 2016
Our alumna and multi-award winning documentary Director/Producer Anna Hall produced and directed ‘Behind Closed Doors’ (True Vision Aire for BBC One), which has been shortlisted for Best Documentary Programme in the Broadcast Awards 2017.
15th September 2016
The Fellows of Trinity College have announced the appointment of Hilary Boulding, Principal of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and alumna of St Hilda's College (Music, 1975), as their next President. Ms Boulding will succeed Sir Ivor Roberts, with effect from 1st August 2017. She was previously Director of Music for Arts Council England and before that was a producer, director and latterly a commissioning editor in arts broadcasting for the BBC.
22nd July 2016
Professor Jane Mellanby, Emeritus Fellow of St Hilda's College, was elected as Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London (RCP) on 6 July 2016. As the President and Fellows of RCP London heard in the citation to Professor Mellanby's election, '...over many decades, Professor Jane Mellanby has been an outstanding and inspirational educator of female medical students at St Hilda’s College in Oxford. She has also taught and mentored generations of medical students across the entire University of Oxford since the early 1960’s.
25th March 2016
All events are in Jesus College Lecture Theatre, Ship Street, Oxford. Programme director: Nicolette Jones Bound Feet Blues, 12pm Yang-May Ooi talks about her book and one-woman West End show about the history of women’s lives in China. The Art of the Short Story, 2pm With Helen Simpson (Cockfosters), Frances Leviston (shortlisted for the BBC’s National Short Story Award) and Kirsty Gunn (My Katherine Mansfield Project).

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