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Phil speaks to Louise whose kitten was shot, and Lilley visits a nature reserve in Thame.
The residents trapped by a broken down lift, and we preview London Welsh’s big final.
The European election and some of the South’s MEPs, plus Thame's Neighbourhood Plan.
The results of the European elections for the South, and a new stroke awareness campaign.
The University of Oxford's mental illness research, and Burford's parking problems.
Why newly qualified teachers leave in their 1st year, and Burford's new community centre.
Service changes for children with disabilities, and Lilley will be gardening in Burford.
Phil finds out how much Humpty, the original playschool toy is worth in an Oxford auction
Burford's search library avolunteers, and why Oxfordshire's big for adult teeth braces.
The campaign to stop live lobsters being sold in Oxford, and London Welsh's semi-final.
The ‘Museums at Night Festival’ in Oxfordshire, and how the EU affects farming locally.
Thames Valley Police child exploitation work, and how our hospitals are performing.
How your body changes throughout the day and after 9 a Cherwell local election debate.
Phil Gayle and friends bring you Oxfordshire's brightest breakfast show.
The work of the Oxfordshire charity Lifeline, and the new osteoporosis unit in Oxford.
Why house prices in Kidlington are rising, and how the EU affects crime in the UK.
The future of Abingdon's Guild Hall, and the water spring's back in the Stonor Valley.
Phil Gayle with a debate on the local elections in West Oxfordshire after 9am.
Phil Gayle and friends bring you Oxfordshire's brightest bank holiday breakfast show.
Phil hears about the planned fire service strike and Lilley will be on a nature trail.
May morning celebrations from Magdalen Tower and Towersey, plus, the European elections.