Talking to Michael Heseltine about his political life, and 40 years in an English garden.
Bill Heine celebrates some of his most insightful, entertaining and shocking interviews.
Exploring Oxfordshire's biggest issues and talking to the people that matter.
Howard bentham looks at the lettings industry and the fees they charge.
We look at the Shakespeare's Dead exhibition and ask if his work is still relevant today?
Bob Harris joins Bill + a debate on the news that all schools are to become academies.
Bill talks to families of those missing in the building collapse at Didcot Power Station.
Oxford's public spaces protection orders, and Oxford author William Horwood.
Bill finds out about Clean for The Queen + meets best selling author, William Horwood
Bill asks what's next for services under threat by Oxfordshire County Council budget cuts
Bill asks, can we legalise medical cannabis?
Why Charney Bassett residents had to crackdown speeding drivers with their own speed gun
Bill’s joined by a panel of experts from Oxford to discuss solutions to the Zika virus
Bill asks what should be done about the parking at Oxford's John Radcliffe Hospital?
Is removing the statue of Cecil Rhodes from Oriel College, an attempt to rewrite history?
Bill and his guests debate how flooding might be eased around Oxford in the future.
Should it be more difficult to buy knives after the fatal stabbing in Abingdon?
Should Donald Trump be allowed into the UK after his comments about Muslims?
Will bombing Syria make UK attacks more likely + a new direction for Oxford's Playhouse.
With 50 years since the death penalty was abolished, Bill asks if some crimes warrant it?
Join Bill in Kenya with the teenagers who’ve been fundraising for a new medical centre.
What is the future of bus services in rural areas of Oxfordshire now subsidies are cut?
Does it matters if people know which websites you’ve visited, or is that private?
David Prever discusses processed meat and why we need new words for our new experiences.
Susie Dent asks if positive discrimination is a good thing, is it necessary and legal?
Is Oxfordshire’s air damaging our health and what can we do to improve it?
Will Public Spaces Protection Orders protect or stifle Oxford city centre?
With 5 thousand children in Oxford living in poverty - are we living in a divided city?
Bill asks if anyone in Oxfordshire really wants to open their door to a refugee?
Bill debates the future of the Labour party with Andrew Smith MP & Peter Hitchens