Music and conversation from the spiritual side of life.
Moral messages in sermons, the Bishop of Oxford, a church restoration, and Latin lessons.
Memories of Auschwitz, Winston Churchill's burial, and the 100-year-old Oxford church.
A vicar who is trying to adopt two children, help for Crowmarsh Gifford and George Orwell
Could Christianity become extinct, and does "serving your time" lead to "forgiveness"?
A Bible for young people, the Russian Orthodox Church’s Christmas, and car boot bargains.
How the church can help combat loneliness, and Sir Tony Baldry looks back and forward.
Christmas with our presenters, and music from Banbury's Got Talent winner Jenna Hone.
With our Celebration of Christmas at 8am, stories behing carols and two from Charlbury.
A Santa run in Oxford, women bishops, Chanukah preparations, and carols from Headington.
The church repair fund, a big Christmas meal, and Christmas songs from Jericho children.
Anti-extremism, we mark Advent Sunday, and new technology bringing history to life.
Woman Bishops, a new bell tower, and a church project helping over 3,000 children.
A service for relatives of those killed on our roads, and 'speed-dating' other religions.
The man visiting a familiy grave in the Somme, and the “Thame Remembers” project.
Churches that are in need of repair, and the Bishop of Oxford’s retirement service.
Featuring the Bishop of Oxford, John Pritchard, who retires next week.
Respect in schools and First World War remembrance.
Charles launches our dementia week, plus harvest festival, and the Oxford Half Marathon.
The Oxfordshire bible translators, a Muslim women's rights campaigner, and gay bishops.
Charles talks to the Bishop of Oxford, Imam Monawar Hussain, and Phil Mercer is in Witney
The Church families ‘grand day out’, Operation Christmas Child, and a cricketing vicar.
The Bishop of Oxford discusses Pilgrimage, plus Tibetan Monks are coming to Sibford Gower
The South Korean prayer mission, Ride’n’Stride, plus the Vicar becoming a single father
Charles asks who would Jesus vote for, and looks back 20 years of the Sunday Trading Law.
James Foley's beheading reaction, "Hope to Henley" events, and the "Thames Pilgrim Way".
How faith helps with mental health issues and will schools have to "downgrade" Christmas.
Oxfordshire's Ebola relief efforts, a church without walls, and a world atheists meeting.
Local faith groups First World War events, and a Christian's Didcot demolition story.
Didcot Power Station cooling towers demolition, and Sobel House Hospice in Headington.