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Phil Gayle and Louisa Hannan bring you Oxfordshire's brightest breakfast show.
Trevor Ottlewski joins Susanne to talk about the history of Wokingham.
Paul gives Susanne the recipes for banana bread and moules à la marinière.
Bob finished his term as Mayor of Bracknell Forest in May. He talks about his experiences.
Julian Walker runs family firm A B Walker and discusses life as a funeral director.
Phil Gayle brings you Oxfordshire's brightest bank holiday breakfast show.
Susanne Courtney sits in. Top news plus health, lifestyle, and great Berkshire stories.
Ray Edwards from Sandhurst is a man who has faced more challenges in life than most.
Phil and Louisa Hannan bring you Oxfordshire's brightest breakfast show.
Susanne Courtney sits in, this week Paul tells us how to spice up pumpkin for Halloween.
Josef Emmett from Binfield will be doing the Great North Run half marathon on Sunday.
Susan Fotherby and Karen Birkholm talk about raising funds for the Chiltern Centre.
Oxford historian Mary Rappaport talks about the history of Britain's black population.
Paul Clerehugh tells gives us recipes for a rabbit dish and a mackerel dish.
Windsor, Ascot & Maidenhead District Sports Association for the Disabled's 35th birthday.