Arches Online / story archive

Features and interviews from past issues of Arches magazine.

thumbnail A finely tuned tradition

Arches chats to Calum Stewart, one of Scotland's most promising young musicians (From Arches 11, Summer 2008)

thumbnail A reputation for restoration

Architect, lecturer and TV presenter, George Clarke, shares his passion for buildings with Arches (From Arches 11, Summer 2008)

thumbnail Snow country

Japan has some of the world's best terrain for winter sports, and Newcastle graduates WeLoveSnow are opening it up to the west (From Arches 11, Summer 2008)

thumbnail Inventive care

Three groundbreaking projects at the University's Culture Lab are helping people with dementia lead normal lives (From Arches 11, Summer 2008)

thumbnail The extended family of 17B Ricky Road

After 30 years, a group of friends from Ricky Road are closer than ever (From Arches 11, Summer 2008)

thumbnail Working life of a freelance editor and journalist

Arches looks at setting up as a freelancer, and chats to freelance editor and journalist, Peter Davies (From Arches 11, Summer 2008)

thumbnail The perpetual apprentice

A look at the work of sculptor Jennifer Allinson, on the eve of her latest exhibition (From Arches 10, Winter 2007)

thumbnail A formula for success

Arches meets Chris Brink, Newcastle University's seventh Vice-Chancellor (From Arches 10, Winter 2007)

thumbnail A tête-à-tête with Chris Brink

Arches Online exclusive: A more detailed chat with Vice-Chancellor Chris Brink (From Arches 10, Winter 2007 )

thumbnail Harnessing the power of stem cells

Martin Cox looks at recent developments in stem cell research at Newcastle (From Arches 10, Winter 2007)

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