Chef Steve Sanderson joins Kat for Foodie Friday, plus electronic pop band ‘Tremorheart’.
Advice on safe exercise for women, and why West Side Story is still relevant today.
Advice on adventure family holidays, and actor Malcolm James talks about his career.
How to get our gardens ready for spring, and jazz vocalist and actress Claudia Morris.
Johnny Depp’s career and new film "Mortdecai", and the Witney Christy’s Hats story.
Matthew Woolhouse looks ahead to Burns Night, and we chat to Katherine Jenkins.
Antique experts Eric Knowles and Elaine Binney, plus Oxford's Community Soup Kitchen.
How to have a financially comfortable retirement and the workings of The Inner Wheel.
How to get involved with Banbury's Got Talent and the day’s news and issues in Kat & Co.
This month’s must read book suggestions and how to turn pages of Bunty into tea cosies.
Healthy vegetable chilli & vanilla panna cotta and this weeks "Barking Mad" stories.
Grahame Baker-Smith's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland stamps, and Pete Storm as Elvis!
Myths about cats and dogs explained, and where to go trampolining in Oxfordshire.
Kat’s vet is her to discuss pet passports and how to travel abroad with your pet.
Simon Tavener's theatre guide, and Gaz Coombs (ex-Supergrass) talks about his 2nd album.
Alex Lester finds out about Cognac, and chats to singer-songwriter Lou Golding.
River wrecks and restorations with historian Simon Wenham, and comedian Jo Sandelson.
Leg amputee Andy talks about his active life, and advice for people who divorce over 60.
Frank Webster discusses the housing market, and musician Scarlet Baxter plays live.
The Oxford Real Farming Conference, and Kat's visit to the panto at the Oxford Playhouse.
Kat chats to Jeanette Howse from Didcot, and actor and writer Sebastian Street.
The best of our music festivals in 2014, and backstage at the Oxford Playhouse panto.
Kat meets star of the film Mr Benn, Ray Brooks, and we look back at Kat's 2014 best bits.
Films on at the cinema over Christmas and music from Belshazzar's Feast.
A traditional Italian Christmas, and award-winning musical writer, Alexander S. Bermange.
Kat meets electric violinist Ben Heaney, and we have Christmas songs from Didcot.
The Young Enterprise business programme for students, and how to design board games.
2015 holiday tips and bargains, how did Kat do in panto, and live music from Tremorheart.
Alex Lester with band Scruff, 2014's political cartoons, and things to do over Christmas.
A tiramisu Christmas pudding, and music quartet "Hark Hark" will sing carols in Didcot.