Kat finds out about the chilli fiesta, and Dogs for the Disabled Big Dogs Breakfast
Kat finds out about the Dementia Friends initiative, and there's technology news & advice
British Heart Foundation fundraising and reports from Oxfordshire’s cricket final.
Jason Durr at the Oxford Playhouse, and vet advice on end of life options for your pet.
A wood recycling business, the Oxford Wine Festival, and Nick Heyward at Rewind 2014.
Ian McElhinney's ‘Stones in his Pockets’, bank holiday events, and Johnny Hates Jazz.
Property advice, Mike and the Mechanics, and we look forward to the Campsoul Festival.
Save by joining share schemes, Charlie & Lola on stage, and star interviews from Rewind.
Kat is joined by Mike and Jenny Gould in Kat and Co, and what’s on at our local theatres.
Higher education choices and how to deal with UCAS, and the best beers in Oxfordshire.
A couple who are hoping to adopt, and the history of Oxfordshire’s recreation parks.
Advice on dyslexia and colour blindness, plus Status Quo's original drummer John Coghlan.
How to tackle adventure challenges, and Princeton and Kate Monster from Avenue Q.
A review of the new movie “The Expendables 3”, and a preview of the Towersey Festival.
Susie Dent talks to Richard Madeley and previews the Foodies Festival in South Parks.
Pet behaviour advice, and a 2,200 mile hike for charity along the Appalachian Trail.
Susie Dent sits in. She finds out about pop-up 'Apprentice SHOPS' - coming to oxfordshire
Live experiments discovering how viruses are spread and how Tim helped to save our canals
Susie Dent sits in with book reviewers, and a preview of the Rewind festival in Reading.
Ali Jones sits in. It's foody Friday and this time its all about the delights of raw food
Fitness tips and advice from a British gymnast, and The Fever at the Old Fire Station.
Stories of those affected by the conflict in Gaza, and children’s theatre workshops.
Advice from Oxfordshire Trading Standards and Roger Rowley who is in Buddy the musical.
The project that wants old films and videos of Oxford and we look ahead to summer events.
Country and western band Ward Thomas, and in Food Friday, how to reduce your food waste.
Kat chats to Midge Ure about his career, plus advice on how to freshen up your garden.
Advice on ‘staycations’ and compensation for flight delays, plus Jane's fundraising walk.
Liz from Watlington's life in theatre, and property expert advice and market news.
James Luxford's film review, and we look ahead to Fairport's Cropredy Convention.
Duck liver parfait, vegetarian chocolate torte, and live music from Natasha North.