Phyllis from Wantage discovers her WW1 ancestors, and how to take part in Dry January.
Huntingdon’s Disease, the winner of The Apprentice and this year’s films with Shiraz Ali.
History’s forgotten people who almost became famous, and music from Phoebe Rose, aged 14.
The new Ashmolean museum director Alexander Sturgis, and the new Military Wives Choir.
Alex chats to a couple who did charity work in Uganda, and cheerleaders from Bicester.
Songwriting life's problems, Christine Wallace's Christmas cooking, and bad cracker jokes
Nick meets the oldest living quadruplet in the world, and reviews the Oxford Santa Run.
What is Kabuki, a 24 hour carol marathon, and The Original Rabbit Foot Spasm Band.
Mathew Faulk's secrets of Hollywood films, and we'll find out Howard's DNA test results.
The role Oxford played in WW1, Turner Prize winner Jeremy Dellor, and help for hedgehogs.