You can listen to two Christmas services from King's in 2010: A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols from King's.
15 December 2010
Revd Roy Henry (Bowyer) Yin died on 14 December, age 100.
The Council and the Governing Body of King's have issued statements about Higher Education funding.
3 December 2010
<cite>The Independent</cite> has named a book by a King's Music graduate as one of the best in 2010.
29 November 2010
The Choir appeared on The One Show on 1 December.
Robert Lloyd Parry is signing DVDs of his performance as ghost story writer MR James.
22 November 2010
The Finnish composer Einojuhani Rautavaara has written this year's commissioned carol.
17 November 2010
A new book about King's with over 40 contributors has just been published.
12 November 2010
The Choir has performed its first concert in China at the Beijing Music Festival.
9 November 2010
An exhibition of acrylics by the Lithuanian artist Algimantas Ramanauskas has opened at the King's Art Centre.
5 November 2010
The autumn issue of the college magazine, King's Parade, has just come out.
4 November 2010
November's Archive of the month shows pictures and documents about the history of the Hall.
2 November 2010
The King's men's team win the first Cambridge University Athletics Club event of the season.
25 October 2010
Cambridge and York Universities' gamelan groups play a mass for gamelan and choir on 22 October.
15 October 2010
The Choir gets enthusiastic reviews for its recent concerts in Germany.
12 October 2010
A memorial concert is being held on 30 October for King's Fellow and economist Wynne Godley.
6 October 2010
October's Archive of the month is a collection of photographs and sketches of Jerusalem by Arts and Crafts designer CR Ashbee.
5 October 2010
Former Chaplain of King's Revd Roy Henry (Bowyer) Yin celebrates his 100th birthday this Thursday.
4 October 2010
King's is offering a portfolio of art prints for sale, with signed works by Antony Gormley, W. Barns Graham, Sandra Blow and Peter Blake.
29 September 2010
A King's Choral Scholar sang for Pope Benedict XVI at the Beatification Mass of John Henry Newman in Birmingham.
20 September 2010
American composer Eric Whitacre leads a workshop for choral scholars from around the University.
10 September 2010
Cambridge knocks Harvard off the top spot in the QS world university rankings.
9 September 2010
The Library is holding a one-day exhibition of some of its most precious items.
September's Archive of the month shows documents from the archives about royal visits to the college.
2 September 2010
A concert celebrates the career of King's scholar Timothy Brown, Director of Music at Clare College, Cambridge.
31 August 2010
Literary critic Professor Sir Frank Kermode died last Tuesday (17 August) at his home in Cambridge.
19 August 2010
A Thanksgiving service for Wynne Godley will be held at St Mary's Church, Cavendish, Suffolk on 15 September.
<cite>A Year at King's</cite> has received good reviews in the music media. ClassicFM says the album "reveals an ensemble on fine form".
18 August 2010
Former King's Fellow Tony Judt died at his home in Manhattan last Friday (6 August).
9 August 2010
The latest Archive of the month shows the documents behind the planning and design of the Fountain at King's.
4 August 2010
Jazz saxophonist Jan Garbarek and the Hilliard Ensemble play the first UK concert of a world tour launching their new CD <cite>Officium Novum</cite>.
28 July 2010
The Cambridge Shakespeare Festival is staging <cite>Henry V</cite> in the Fellows' Garden this August.
14 July 2010
The recent drought has revealed the outlines of old college buildings in the lawns.
8 July 2010
A provisional programme for the Concerts at King's series 2010-11 has been published.
30 June 2010
Final year students graduated yesterday at the traditional ceremony in the University's Senate House.
25 June 2010
Academics and cultural organisations are planning centennial celebrations for mathematician Alan Turing.
24 June 2010
The Fellows' Garden is open to the public on Sunday 27 June as part of the National Gardens Scheme.
15 June 2010
King's student Alex Stobbs conducts a concert in aid of Future Talent and the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
11 June 2010
A new exhibition of architectural sketches by John Devlin opens at the King's Art Centre on 12 June.
8 June 2010
This month's Archive of the month looks at the history of the gardens at King's.</p>
2 June 2010
1 June 2010
King's College Choir release a new CD on 7 June. <cite>A Year at King's</cite> is a musical tour of the ecclesiastical year as sung in the Chapel.
25 May 2010
King's College Choir sing Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610 in the Chapel on 9 July.
24 May 2010
Tickets are now available for the annual Singing on the River concert, which takes place on Sunday 20 June.
20 May 2010
Two choristers from King's College Choir have won academic scholarships to Eton.
19 May 2010
The eighteenth century notebook of a King's student and Fellow has been published online.
18 May 2010
Emeritus Fellow Wynne Godley died yesterday (13 May), age 83. Godley was one of the most original economists of his generation.
14 May 2010
The Dante Quartet play a piece specially written for them, <cite>Dante's Divine Comedy</cite>, on 6 June.
13 May 2010
The King's College calendar for 2011 includes 12 new photographs of King's Chapel and grounds.
7 May 2010
This month's Archive of the month is called 'Upstairs, downstairs: college servants 1919-1939'.
6 May 2010
A new seminar series combines film screenings and talks.
5 May 2010
Watch a video of the hustings organised by King's College Student Union (KCSU) on Sunday 25 April.
26 April 2010
Prize-winning cellist Guy Johnston plays pieces from his new CD <cite>Milo</cite> at King's on 2 May.
The Channel 4 website is showing an old news report of King's students during the 1974 general election campaign.
23 April 2010
Three founding members of the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) discuss the importance of John Maynard Keynes.
15 April 2010
King's student wins first prize in the Sir Anthony Lewis Memorial Prize Competition.
12 April 2010
The Chapel services booklet for the Easter Term (20 April - 11 June) is now out.
The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET), funded by the global financier George Soros, meets at Kings next April.
King's Fellow and historian Dr Michael Sonenscher has been awarded a two-year Research Fellowship.
8 April 2010
This month's document gives short biographies and coats of arms of Fellows and Scholars of King's College.
<cite>Easter from King's</cite> will be on the iPlayer until Saturday 10 April.
6 April 2010
A concert on 2 May celebrates the bicentenaries of Fr
29 March 2010
King's outlines a management structure to implement best practices to protect the environment.
26 March 2010
TV producer and author Karl Sabbagh has teamed up with Magnum photographer Martin Parr to create a book about King's.
19 March 2010
National newspapers publish stories about the new Bloomsbury archives at King's.
The restoration work started in September 2008 on the south side of the Chapel has now finished.
16 March 2010
BBC Radio 3 broadcast Evensong live from King's College Chapel
10 March 2010
Revd Dr Jeremy Morris of Trinity Hall has been elected as the College's new Dean.
Enfield students learn about the Cambridge admissions system and take a tour of the college.
5 March 2010
The Archive of the month for March looks at an example of a nineteenth century rebus letter.
3 March 2010
Dr Alexander Etkind has just won a grant of
28 February 2010
A large horse chestnut tree has been felled to stop the damage it is doing to the Back Gate of the College.
25 February 2010
After two weeks of debate both graduates and undergraduates voted to keep the Soviet flag in the college bar.
19 February 2010
King's celebrates the anniversary of the foundation of the College and the 200th anniversary of Schumann's birth.
15 February 2010
BBC TV is broadcasting an Easter service sung by the Choir and BBC Radio 3 is broadcasting two concerts from King's.
9 February 2010
February's Archive of the month shows exquisite illuminations drawn and painted on secular manuscripts.
8 February 2010
The Cambridge University New Music Society plays a selection of twentieth century classics in the Chapel.
2 February 2010
Julie Bressor has just started as the College
The Cambridgeshire Choral Society is holding a concert this Saturday 6 February to celebrate its 50th Anniversary.
International opera star Bryn Terfel sings with the Choir in a charity concert in the Chapel.
28 January 2010
A memorial service for the Revd Ian Thompson will be held on Saturday 13 February 2010.
21 January 2010
Mark Pigott, Chairman and CEO of PACCA, is admitted as a Fellow Commoner of the College.
The King's College Student Union (KCSU) has just launched a new website.
14 January 2010
January's Archive of the Month highlights some of the wax seals dating from King Stephen (c. 1097-1154) to Elizabeth I (1533-1603).
13 January 2010
A light show projected onto the Gibbs' Building and the Chapel at the University's 800th Anniversary Finale.
11 January 2010
The Dante Quartet explore quiet intimacy in three deeply personal quartets by Haydn, Smetana and Sibelius.
6 January 2010
Former Director of Music Sir David Willcocks conducts a special Evensong on 16 January.
5 January 2010
The Chapel services booklet for Lent term (January - April) 2010 is now available.
4 January 2010
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