We are saddened to report the death of Old Member Anthony Harvey (1949, Literae Humaniores) who passed away on 9th January 2018, aged 87. Reverend Dr Harvey served as sub-dean of Westminster Abbey for over ten years, and was the Chaplain at Queen's College from 1977 to 1982.
Old Member David Hargreaves (1979) has just published his debut novel Under The Table, a semi-autobiographical story of a former teacher who is prompted by a terminal cancer diagnosis to look back at his school years. The novel, published by Unbound, has been described as heartwarming, humorous, poignant, clever, and funny.
Under The Table can be purchased via the Unbound website.
P.G. Morgan (Modern History, 1984) is currently working as an Executive Producer at Netflix in Los Angeles. Since leaving Oxford, P.G. has worked as a BAFTA-winning TV journalist for Channel Four News and for BBC News & Current Affairs. In recent years, he has made documentaries for HBO, CNN and ESPN and has had films premiere at the Cannes and Sundance Film Festivals. P.G.
Dr Ann Hamer (1988) has self-published a book, Writing It Your Way, which is available on Amazon in both print and Kindle editions. The book is a guide to writing the stories of your life and contains over 400 writing prompts, enabling the writer to remember the details and events of their life - accomplishments, dreams, adventures, challenges, and much more.
Ann is retired from a career in healthcare administration and lives in California, where she teaches classes in memoir writing and leads writers' support groups.
Katherine Daniels (née Rich, 1999) has edited her late husband Robin Daniel's book, The Virgin Eye: Towards a Contemplative View of Life. The book was launched on Friday 21 October at Lancaster University, where the keynote speaker was the the New Syro-Malabar Bishop of Great Britain. Katherine says:
The funeral service for Gordon Norris (1948, Modern History), who passed away on 2nd August, will be held at All Saints Church, Filby, Norfolk at 11am on Friday 26th August.
Any floral tributes can be sent to the address below by 9am on the Friday morning.
Arthur Jary & Sons Ltd - Funeral Directors and Monumental Masons
213-214 Northgate Street, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 1DH
Tel: 01493 844363 REGISTERED ENGLAND 495277 V.A.T REG No. 105 1798 80
Michael Coppin (2005) was appointed a Government Senator in the Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago on 23 September 2015, at the start of the 11th Republican Parliament. Mike, as he is known, attended Worcester on a Peter Helps Scholarship and read PPE, before going on to study for several Law degrees at the University of Manchester. He is currently President of the Heliconia Foundation for Young Professionals.
For further details about Mike, visit his profile on the Heliconia Foundation website.
Avinash Kirpal (1959, PPE) recently published Womentrepeneurs: Inspiring Stories of Success. The book narrates experiences of women from various backgrounds and from different parts of India who started entrepreneurial businesses or philanthropic enterprises after overcoming major socio-cultural challenges.
Womentrepeneurs is published by Sage Publications, New Delhi, and priced at £12.99. ISBN: 9789351505549.
Reverend Anthony Harvey (1949, Literae Humaniores), Emeritus Canon of Westminster and former lecturer in theology at the University of Oxford, has written his memoir, Drawn Three Ways. The foreword is by Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury, and the memoir traces the three ways Reverend Harvey has felt drawn throughout his life - to a ministry in the Anglican priesthood, to a profession in theological scholarship, and to his marriage and family.
Steuart Bedford (1961, Music) has been appointed OBE in the 2016 New Year Honours for services to music. Steuart is an orchestral and opera conductor and pianist, who is recognised as one of today's leading Benjamin Britten experts and has conducted several commercial recordings of Britten operas, including the first recording of Death in Venice in 1973.