Leigh Chambers presents your guide to Cambridge in the summer; this week Phil Mynott discovers a new art installation at Anglesey Abbey, Rosina Piovani is at the Cambridge University Sports Centre watching Women’s Basketball team Eastern Blue Stars, Julian Clover meets the naked cyclists on Parker’s Piece, Dom Smith visits the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences; and Leigh hears about the In Other Words alternative literary festival.
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