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Why more youngsters are being referred to mental health units and bus problems in Lewknor
Community defibrillators, how the Budget might affect us, and food poverty in Oxfordshire
Phil lifts the curtain on Chipping Norton's theatre, meeting the people behind the scenes
Chipping Norton's abandoned buildings, and Simon from Wallingford's big cycle for charity
Why some Work Capability Assessments are incorrect, and the ‘I Too Am Oxford’ campaign.
The impact of the construction of HS2 on our roads, and Robin is at Oxford City FC.
Why 90% of Welfare Rights appeals are upheld, and the result of the Westgate application,
Ambulance response times in rural Oxfordshire, and teenage parents who need foster homes.
Thames Valley Police's domestic abuse tweets, and Grove wants it's railway station back.
Sleepless nights in Wolvercote due to railway work, and 30,000 in Oxford don't exercise.
The problems faced by older people, children's weight loss, and the Cornbury 2014 line up
Why more people with anxiety are going hospital, and Lilley visits some perfect pets.
Support for young people with learning difficulties, Cherwell DC vs HS2, and pancakes.
How to solve patients home care problems, and are apprenticeships working for both sides.
How the impact of flooding could be reduced, and the WW1 barracks at Oxford University.
Male childcare assistants, clothes recycling, and the WW1 Belgian refugees in Oxford.
Oxfordshire's brightest breakfast show with WW1 series No:3, the Slater Family Letters.
The villages threatened with ground water floods and the WW1 Oxford gas mask trails.
Phil Mercer reports from Christchurch NZ, and the yellow WW1 babies from Banbury.
The high air-pollution levels and Sir Jonathan Michael answers questions in The Hotseat.
Better support for children with diabetes, and the Blue Cross' homeless horses struggle.
New non-invasive knee treatment in Oxford, and synchro swimmimg funding cuts for Rio.
Oxfordshire County Council pothole compensation, and how popular is sewing these days?
New research on children with flat feet, the BAFTA results and an Oxford United update.
Type 1 diabetes support in schools, local flood defences, and crocodiles move to Brize.
The cost of floods to business, the pilot who crashed near Banbury, and Davina McCall.
How to solve the floods on the rail line to Didcot, and the services OCC are not cutting.
How the roads and have been affected by floods, and the other problems it’s caused.
A flooded farmer near Standlake, and the latest flood reports and road closures.
Philip Pullman talks about the Jericho boatyard, and the Winter Olympics start in Russia.