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Our countdown to Christmas continues with Windmill Primary School in Headington.
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Why an outdoor learning centre may close, and the Bishop of Oxford is in the hotseat.
The latest on the Jayden Parkinson inquiry and the story of the Bliss Tweed Mill strike.
A boost to a local adult literacy campaign and memories of the Great Train Robbery.
The future of local homeless services and Sophia who’s had an operation to help her walk.
Phil talks to PM David Cameron about what the he is doing to encourage children's reading
Local NHS IVF treatment, budget cuts for the fire service, and Henley MP John Howell.
The Pegasus Theatre tell us their funding could be cut by 60% & Jo Thoenes is in Thrupp.
Why Beth made a film about her Dad’s dementia and a Chippy horse charity needs 20 acres.
Why we have a high rate of 15 minute care visits and the NSPCC wants more volunteers.
Our Countdown to Christmas continues with St Michael's C of E Primary School, Steventon.
Catherine Bearder MEP takes the Hotseat and our carol comes from Bloxham C of E Primary
Phil finds out what the Chancellors Autumn Statement means for Oxfordshire businesses
How one farmer was affected by the Schmallenberg virus and big potholes on London Road.
Our Countdown to Christmas continues with Dunmore Primary School in Abingdon.
The Slade House care home report latest and could 2500 new homes be built in Wantage.