On World Eating Disorders Day, meet a mother from Didcot whose daughter has anorexia.
Kat meets former Oxford United player Scott Davies + staff from the Hummingbird Centre.
Hear Kat's chat with Duran Duran - backstage at Common People Oxford.
Kelley's naked & poetry jobs, drinks for the bank holiday, and Toyah Wilcox at Henley.
The Chuckle Brothers visit Oxford and the Catherine House Hospice Art Weeks exhibition.
Help to make Oxford’s canals look better, and Art Theman's charity jazz gig in Henley.
Kat's Chelsea Flower Show celebrity interviews & Abingdon's history walkabout.
Kat’s broadcasting live from the RHS Chelsea Flower Show!
Turning surplus supermarket food into condiments, plus next weeks Chelsea Flower Show.
How epilepsy affects Laura from Witney, and why women don’t feel safe on city streets.
Charity cycle in France for the Huracan Foundation and the Queen's speech in parliament.
Michael's PhD in Happiness and a new children's pole fitness class in Oxfordshire.
Hear when Kat opened the Chipping Norton bus she helped save, plus Eurovision gossip.
Kat brings you Eurovision a day early – hear from our entry, Jake and Josh.
Kat visits Steve & Gloria's Kidlington allotment and Steve Backshall is on the show
Kat follows Prince William's tour of Oxford and she asks should Oxford be pedestrianised?
Kat visits Blenheim Palace's gardens, and learns about Host Abingdon - helping refugees.
Kat meets Lee, thanks to Abingdon Daytime Support he's flying into Oxfordshire's sky.
Helping a woman living with Parkinsons + food with Jericho's Old Bookbinders Ale House.
Kat meets Paralympian John Jenkins + finds out about a commemoration for Dorothy Hodgkin.
Kat finds out about Emfest, a music festival in Long Hanborough in memory of Emma Gibson.
18-year-old Ben's aid trip to Syria, the plight of child refugees and UNICEF's work.
It's a vegetarian Foodie Friday + Kat meets the Wantage family raising money for charity.
Geri Halliwell talks about writing with kids and is it ever okay to smack your children?
How Shakespeare has been simplified for children + Joe & Jake's Eurovision preparation.
The rededication a war grave and encouraging more young people to try technology work.
Actor Ben Miller chats about his career + how much should litter droppers be fined?
Catching up with Ann, and Jamie's song that went into space
Why it's important for school children to learn Latin and royal harpist Claire Jones.
Ann who has been living in her car for 6 months + Shakespeare items on show this weekend.