What is a Humanist ceremony, Bill Oddie talks Orangutans, and an equestrian display team.
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The Archway Foundation talk mental health and US folk singer Aoife O'Donovan plays live.
Kat is joined by antiques expert Eric Knowles, and advice on your safe levels of sugar.
Kat meets Victor who worked on the railways and vet Martin Whitehead takes your calls.
Kat finds out about apprenticeships in Abingdon, and local author Helen Eve joins us
Valentine’s Day chocolate and wine, and Pink Floyd tribute band, Dark Side play live.
How to look after elderly parents, a teen fiction writer, and your dreams analysed.
Trading Standards advice, energy saving tips, and the life of actor Gerard Hayling.
Ben Fogle, holiday travel planning and scams advice, and plans for the top toys of 2014.
Kat reviews the latest books in the afternoon book club, and satarist Mitch Benn joins us
It's foody Friday, and this time we're cooking up some delicious Mexican food
Kat finds out about diabetes - with experts in the studio to answer all your questions.
Why owning dogs is getting more expensive, plus all your tech questions answered
Kat has top tips to stop wasting money, and meets a pacific ocean rowing boat builder
Kat chats to Chris Hughes who is a hypnotist, and what’s going on at our theatres.
Breakfast and brunching out and the student who's explored the Himalayas and Antarctica.
Kat is joined by two career experts and Julian Lloyd Webber chats about his new show.
Tips on how to research your family tree and a new wildlife project called ‘Wild Oxford’.
Kat meets Steve Kabakos, AKA Elvis Presley, and film and TV music composer, Guy Degul.
Film critic James Luxford looks ahead to 2014 and Dudley Jones talks about grandparenting
How to make a Goan Fish curry, style tips from Carol Vorderman, and real life stories.
Ainsley Harriott with left-overs recipes and Tony Harris who’s in the 2014 Dakar Rally.