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The WW1 trench re-created in Oxfordshire, Henley's poppy apeal, and an iron age mirror.
Christmas Markets and Beer Festival.
The RAF reserves march through Oxford, and the Wantage Silver Band go to the Albert Hall.
Motorbike riders special trip, mannequins "come to life", and Oxford's "Street Food".
Lotte Duncan at the Thame Food Fair, comedy writer Andrew Dawson, and Septembeer Fest.
The family raising awareness of road safety via a music festival, and a photo festival.
Ali finds out about the ride'n'stride event, and has a guide to the Blenheim Horse trials
Great & Little Tew cricket at lords and the Town criers battle in Banbury
Meet the Oxford University Academic who teamed up with top DJ Goldie
The Oxford 'Foodies' Festival, a charity parachute jump, and music from Towersey.
The North Hinksey "Relay for Life", fruit picking in Stanton St John, and loom bands.
We’re live at the Wilderness Festival, have highlights from Cropredy, and football's back
A boat trip along the Thames, and a very special arrival at Charlbury train station.
Didcot's cooling towers demolition parties, and updates from the Commonwealth Games.
Walk a mile in the countryside, a homeless artists exhibition, and cool down in a lido.
The Royal international air tattoo, a pop up restaurant and Woodcote Rally
Holly Samos sits in to bring you the perfect start to the weekend.
Armed Forces day, the Charlbury beer festival and the nursery celebrating 30 years.
Ali remembers the Miners Strike, 30 years on, and gets ready for the RSPB Sleep Out.
The Queen’s official birthday fly past over Launton, and a preview of Englans first game.
The Blenheim Palace Triatholon and the Chubby Charity fundraisers 40 mile walk
Danny Cox sits in. He celebrates the best of Oxfordshire with the Muddy Stilletto Awards
With a review of local election results, and this weekend's Witney Music Festival.
The Oxford Dyslexia Saturday School, and Edward McDonagh's four mile wheelchair race.
With Eurovision fever, the Oxford Fun Run, and Bletchley Park code breaker John Herival.
The latest on the Cowley Temple Pool, a marathon walk, and Oxford's canal heritage.
Ali finds out about the £85,000 sculpture being launched in Didcot
Ali finds out why a pie maker from Oxfordshire is canoeing from Devizes to Westminster
Ali finds our why over 100 classic cars are heading to Oxford city centre
The head coach of Oxford's boat race team joins Ali, plus she'll have Grand National tips