Is a new crossing is needed on the A40 in Headington and memories of Nelson Mandela.
How the fire service deals with emergencies and will 1500 houses be built near Woodstock.
Reaction to this weeks attacks in Paris and the important work at Bletchley Park in WW2.
With science fiction writer Brian Aldiss from Oxford who has published over 80 books.
The European courts ruled that obesity can be a disability so what will this means to us.
We discuss Oxfordshire County Council's 19% allowance rise. Is that right with the cuts?
Bill is asks if the 'Garden City' is a positive move for Bicester, or will it be ruined?
Bill interviews the Booker prize winning author Ben Okri about food, death and ritual
Bill discovers how Oxfordshire schools are tackling bullying.
Bill asks why young British people are persuaded to join groups like I.S?
Bill reports from the Tower of London poppies, and the Soldiers Museum in Woodstock.
Bill speaks to playwright Alan Bennett whose play The Habit of Art is in Oxford next week
This week, Bill asks if we should all have the right to decide when we die?
Duke of Marlborough memories and Oxfordshire traffic troubles.
Bill meets people whose homes have been ruined by a water main burst in Oxford.
Bill asks if there are too many school rules, and talks to Lord Carey.
Oxford's Photography Festival is on now so Bill asks how great is the power of a picture?
What the Scottish vote could mean for Oxfordshire people, businesses, and for Scots here
Bill debates an NHS plan to make confidential information accessible to approved people
Bill's asks 'Is the Ice Bucket Challenge about charity or self-promotion?'
Bill Heine samples the atmosphere and has highlights from the Towersey Festival.
A-level results are out, but is a degree still the necessary token for success?
On Sunday morning Bill asks, is it right to smack children as “reasonable chastisement”?
Why it's illegal to help a loved one to die, even when it's the one thing they want to do
Bill Heine will be looking back at the Bicester 23 Pioneer regiment who are closing down.
Live from the CLA Game Fair at Blenheim Palace.
Bill debates if anyone accused of rape should be granted anonymity?
Exploring Oxfordshire's biggest issues and talking to the people that matter.
Should local councillors be banned from talking to the media without written consent?
The former Chair of the Healthwatch Oxfordshire board, and women who lived in Al Amari.