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Kat meets the author of a crime novel set in Oxford and how to make a medieval garden.
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How to save money on your oil heating bills and primate conservation study in Oxford.
Andrew Walmsley tells us about gorillas in Rwanda, and advice on family history research.
Wildlife photographer Andrew Walmsley tells us about capturing Rwanda's gorillas on film
Join Kat Orman for great stories and fun from Lottie's Kitchen in Chinnor on the Big Tour
Meet Cumnor's student cook book author Charlotte Pike, and fitness expert George Anderson
Kat finds out about the Thame choir, and successful dance festival: Dancin' Oxford
Kat finds out about Chipping Nortons new cooking show with Nigel Slater and Adam Henson
Kat meets Yvonne Maxwell - Festival Director of the Arts and Literature festival in Thame
The Big Tour in at Drayton with Paul Mayhew-Archer and details of the Drayton 2020 plan.
Andrea Begley, winner of this year’s ‘The Voice’ and advice on what Digital Oxford means.
Kat finds out about a ‘flash shop’ in Wantage and a photographer from near Abingdon.
The work of the Oxfordshire Rural Community Council and advice from a personal stylist.
Whats on at the adventure film festival, and kat takes your dares for Children In Need
Join Kat Orman for The Big Tour live from D&G's Ice Cream Cafe on Cowley Road, Oxford.
Kat chats to globe trotter Claire, a writer and comic book artist, and a dream analyst.
Actor Karl Howman talks about his career and we have the latest news and technology advice
Stories of University of Oxford's black scholars and tree care advice from Sophie Huxley.
Kats expert reviews the latest books, and we find out how you can help Oxfords homeless
Join Kat Orman live from the Daylesford farm shop and cafe near Kingham for the Big Tour.
Author Marcus Chown and separation anxiety advice from pet expert Rebecca Heyworth.
Adult education and learning, typographical artistry, and Oxfordshire's best restaurants.
Kat meets Marie Wright, organiser of the International Documentary Festival.