How to make meals for 4 for under £3 and Liz Harris from Watlington talks about her novel.
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Julie and Emma from the Abingdon Military Wives Choir tell Kat how it changed their lives.
Julie Maxwell talks to Kat about her new novel based on her own experience of miscarriage.
A businessman and a dancer chat in Kat and Co and we look at the art scene in Oxford.
Kat previews the Oxford Foodies festival with chef's Fiona Sciolti and Alex McKay
Kat’s on a boat at Folly Bridge looking at the importance of the Thames in Oxford.
Kat learns about a new pop-up shop in Wantage the latest show by the Oxford Youth Theatre.
Kat meets new author Pam Nixon, and an analytical hypnotherapist to talk about fertility.
Kat’s back with tales of her wedding and honeymoon, and advice on writing your own book.
Ali Jones sits in with Food Friday and music guests Pete and Greg from Scouting For Girls.
Sporting injury advice from a Bicester physiotherapist and the 15 year old Oxford poet.
Business advice for young people and we hear from 10cc’s Graham Gouldman at Cropredy.
Eye specialist John Edwards gives advice and actor Marcus D’Amico starts masterclasses.
Ali Jones sits in, with Towersey Festival director Jo Heap, and Blockheads Derek Hussey
Kat meets local cheese and chocolate makers from Watlington
P.J. Proby talks about his musical career, and former rally driver Penny Malloy joins us
The long-term effects of over-indulging on our bodies, with Dr Lynda Shaw.
Kat talks the magic of magnets and Oxford author Thomas Brown reveals his inspiration.
Meeting Kathryn who’s battled with MS for 20 years but has created a successful business.
Food Friday features Jan from an Oxford Mexican restaurant who is an expert on chillies.
Lynda chats about her rom com and Niall talks boating holidays and river cruises.