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Phil Gayle presents his last breakfast show here with the days news and a few surprises!
4000 new homes near Didcot, local internet problems, and Oxford's female Weightlifters.
Southern Health inspection, Oxford's Science Festival, and Chastleton House in Wolf Hall.
Oxfordshire needs to build more homes, and a possible new fire station for Carterton.
Why families are being rehomed out of the county, and the Frideswide Square roadworks.
Diabetics free prescriptions problems, Campsfield House plans & Bicester's station names.
The cost of child care, Jane's Himalayas experiance, and the Old Fire Station in Oxford.
Is the hunting ban working, Paralympics Goalball, and Simon Weston at RAF Brize Norton.
The proposed £20m cuts at Oxfordshire County Council, and the HEROS race horse charity.
Universal Credit, the student hoping to go to Mars and Blenheim's Churchill exhibition.
The Military Covenant commitmen, help for colour blind children, and food charity Sofea.
Pettits make-over in Wallingford, elderly carers cuts, and the Dragon Philomusica event.
Thames Water's Normandy Crescent plans, and the latest development of Jericho Boatyard.
Grant applications for flood damage, Port Meadow's student block, and Internet Security.
Future delays delays for the A34, £14m in 200 estates locally are currently unclaimed.
Phil finds out why there are concerns over the future of Banbury Market.
The fire damaged SODC Offices, why young people should vote, and Lilley tries sewing.
How the government’s Help To Buy scheme is going here, and new shops for Wantage.
Children's mental health problems up in Oxfordshire, and Chastleton House in Wolf Hall.
Broadband problems in Didcot and genetically modified mosquitoes in Oxford.
Our hospital A&E timewasters, is F1 "anticompetitive", and Baldon remembers Churchill.
Tributes have to be removed from graves in Kidlington, and Independent Music Venue Week.
Phil hears from a victim of domestic violence, and the latest Oxfordshire council cuts.
Why too many people are still undiagnosed with dementia, and Lilley tries golf in Oxford.
A badger cull, our election candidates, Red Nose Day and outdoor aerobics in Abingdon.
Changes to criminal records checks, plans to improve Didcot and Lilley goes to pantoland!
Behind the scenes of the a helicopter factory and how SODC are coping in their new home.
The rise in congestion on Oxfordshire’s roads and Lilley's at Chipping Norton’s market.
The cost of free school meals for primary children and Eynsham's graveyard is full.
Criminal records check delays, Oxford Utd’s CEO Mark Ashton, and shopping in Abingdon.