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A Good Friday service and procession replace a Passion play which was cancelled after a council official did not realise it was a religious event.
Michael Coulson's second-half penalty sees York beat promotion rivals Oxford and leapfrog them into the play-off places.
That's all from the BBC Local Live service for today, the service will return from 08:00 on Saturday.
Coming up at 18:45, South Today will be investigating how Christian groups on Oxford's Cowley Road have come together in a show of faith despite being prevented from putting on a religious play.
About £1.15m has been raised by the Claire Squires Fund in memory of the runner who died after collapsing one mile from the finishing line of the London Marathon two years ago.
Ms Squires, 30, a hairdresser, was raising money for the Banbury and District Samaritans, a charity with which her mother was involved.
Unsure when your bin days are due to the Easter break? Oxford City Council has a page of information here.
On Sunday night, University Challenge is hosting a special match with teams representing Magdalen College in Oxford and Manchester University battling to become the Champion of Champions.
They have each won University Challenge on four occasions - more than any other institution. The sides include a member from each of the four champion Magdalen and Manchester teams.
Will Magdalen survive the wrath of Paxman to make it five wins?
Oxford United have lost 1-0 to York despite having 61% of the possession. The result sees them drop a place to 8th in the league.
A mother is angry because her twin daughters - one of whom has special needs - face being sent to different secondary schools.
With 20 minutes left to play, Oxford United are 1-0 down against York. U's head coach Gary Waddock will be hoping they can turn it around and continue the play-off push.
It's now Wigan 3, Reading 0, with the Latics putting further distance between themselves and the Royals as both teams battle to secure a Championship play-off place.
If you're looking for something to do tomorrow, why not eggsplore the Oxford University Museum of Natural History's eggciting egg-hunter's trail.
It's free to take part and there's more information here.
Reading fans might want to look away now. The Royals are currently 2-0 down at half-time away at Wigan Athletic. They've been dominated in the possession stats with the Latics having 65% of the ball.
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Scientists believe they have found the perfect beat to make people want to dance.
Researchers at Oxford and Aarhus universities asked people around the world what they made of 50 varying drum rhythms.
Music professor Eric Clarke, who co-authored the study, said regular rhythms with some unexpected beats made those surveyed want to dance, but highly syncopated music such as free jazz put them off.
The weather for the rest of the day: Dry and sunny spells will continue and feel pleasantly warm with just a light breeze. Patchy cloud may bubble up this afternoon. Maximum temperature: 17C (63F).
Two men were injured when a red Ducati motorcycle and a bicycle collided on the southbound carriageway of the B4494, Wantage Road, near the Ridgeway crossing just before 07:00 yesterday.
The rider of the motorcycle, a 49-year-old man, received injuries to his wrist, while the bicycle rider, a 42-year-old man, received leg and rib injuries.
Both were taken to the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford.
Dog owners who fail to pick up after their pets are being targeted by undercover enforcement officers as part of an initiative to catch culprits in the act.
In the M40 in Oxfordshire there's slow traffic northbound between J9, A34 (Bicester) and J10, A43 (Brackley). Get the latest here.
Oxford United are set to kick off the first of their Bank Holiday fixtures. This afternoon the U's entertain York City at the Kassam Stadium and their push for a place in the play-offs is well and truly back on track.
Last weekend's win at Plymouth has lifted them back into the top seven. Hear our sports editor Jerome Sale who is gearing up at the Kassam Stadium.
An empty traders' champion post will be filled, council bosses have said, following fears the under-review role will be axed.
On South Today at 13:14pm: We'll have coverage of a walk which took place in Oxford this morning.
About 40 people from various Christian groups in the city took part in the event which represented the journey Christ made to the crucifixion.
However it was much smaller than the event organisers had originally planned - a full scale Passion play re-enacting the last few days of Jesus's life.
A mum and baby escaped a kitchen fire after a warning from the smoke alarm going off.
It is the day when Christians commemorate Jesus Christ's crucifixion. So why is it called Good Friday? BBC Magazine Monitor has the answer here.
Two brothers who live just outside Thame have met their long-lost sister for the first time in an emotional television reunion.
The top stories at 12:00:
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A Good Friday service and procession will replace a Passion play which was cancelled after a council official did not realise it was a religious event.
Actors were due to re-enact the Easter story on Cowley Road in Oxford until a mix-up over the event's licence. Organisers said there would now be a procession with prayers and readings but no outdoor performance or costumes.
A pioneering scheme to locate missing Oxfordshire dementia patients has been forced to close after it found only one lost OAP in 18 months.
There's a massive match going on at the Kassam Stadium this afternoon as Oxford United host play-off rivals York City.
The win against Plymouth last weekend lifted the U's back into the top seven, but York are hot on their heels as they're a single point behind United in eighth place.
He's the Prime Minister but BBC Politics says sometimes he has been criticised for his conservative dress sense (pun very much intended).
The Daily Telegraph has diagnosed David Cameron as being in a "style rut" over his trademark off-duty look - but his Witney constituents are probably more concerned with his work in their area.
Cycling freeways and quiet ways as well as cutting Oxford's remaining 30mph speed limits to 20mph are the cornerstone of a new manifesto from campaigners.
Earlier this week we told you how a mysterious "Google pin" had appeared on a roundabout in Oxfordshire.
The origin of the giant 'A' at Playhatch Roundabout on the A4155 Reading to Henley road is not yet known, although the BBC understands it may have been put there by an artist. If you know anything about it tweet us or post a comment on our Facebook page.
A hi-tech balloon launched in Nottingham to take pictures of the Earth has been lost in Oxfordshire.
Nottingham University's physics society, PhysNotts, released the balloon on Friday but lost its signal the same day.
They believe the helium balloon, which was taking photos of the curvature of the Earth, most likely landed around Oxford or Bicester.
On Monday, we told you about Radiohead bassist Colin Greenwood's decision to enter the Blenheim Palace triathlon.
Colin jokingly said he's had to cut down on his "40-a-day Regal King Size smoking habit" and "ration the hard liquor" in preparation for the event.
He will be supporting his neighbour Scarlett Clarkson, nine, who is battling acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL).
A Good Friday Passion play in Oxford has been cancelled after a council official did not realise it was a religious event.
Organisers of the outdoor performance, due to be held on the Cowley Road, cancelled it after an "intractable situation" with the city council.
The authority's licensing team leader has since apologised and admitted making "a mistake".
The top stories on BBC Radio Oxford at 09:00:
Oxford United face a crucial home game against York at 15:00.
The U's currently sit in the final play-off position in League Two, just one point ahead of the team they face later.
United look set to be without injured striker Deane Smalley (pictured) but winger Alfie Potter is back to full fitness.
It'll be a dry and sunny to start to the Easter weekend, but more unsettled from Sunday.
After a chilly start to today, it will be dry with sunny spells, and feeling pleasantly warm with just a light breeze. Patchy cloud may bubble up this afternoon.
A new walkway is being built to stop homeowners from being trapped when the area floods.
People living on the Botley Road found themselves stranded when access to their homes were flooded in January.
Now a new walkway is being built by affordable housing provider Home Group.
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