Brenda Hale DBE (Girton 1963) and third-year Mathematician Maisie Muir discuss Yorkshire roots and the challenge of being outnumbered.
Josie Rourke (New Hall, Murray Edwards 1995) and fourth-year Modern and Medieval Languages student Annabel van Daalen discuss crockery, cutlery and culture shock.
Rowan Williams (Christ’s 1968) and third-year Human, Social and Political Science student Grace Etheredge discuss icons, baked beans and a bed-sized alcove at Y27 Third Court, Christ’s.
The chief selector for the England cricket team and fourth-year natural scientist Lauren Baldwin discuss sport, life – and the surprising uses to which cabinets may be put at C2 Old Court, Peterhouse.
The former Europe director at the Foreign and Commonwealth office says getting out and about is key to making the most of Cambridge life.
The first female President of the Royal Academy of Engineering discusses space-time, infinity and corridors with third-year mathematician Andrew Pritchard.
Sebastian Faulks (Emmanuel 1971) and third-year mathematician Fraser Waters discuss eclectic decoration and built-in storage at P6, New Court.