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Paloma Trigas and Joe Broughton talk about their love of music and how they came together.
BBC Radio Oxford
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Susan Cheyne talks about going wild with orangutans and wild cats in Indonesia.
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One man's story of the Paddington rail crash and how it changed his life.
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