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Bird poo, disabled theatre, interviews & politicians
Maddy Prior, endangered species & music on TV
Visa ruling, storm Doris & life expectancy
Job interviews, crying in public & Bruce Oldfield on Princess Diana's style
Job interview hints from an Apprentice advisor, Princess Di fashion & crying in public.
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Al Ryan sits in with the Supreme Court visa ruling, storm Doris, and life expectancy.
Maddy Prior tours again, endangered species trust, British music TV & music history.
The cost of bird poo, multi-sensory theatre, interview questions & politician opinions.
Churchill's funeral plans, local NHS service changes, the new £1 coin + pie or pasty chat.
Charles Nove brings you the perfect start to your day.
All the pre-match build-up and interviews ahead of Charlton Athletic v Oxford United.
NHS sustainability & transformation plans, civil partnerships + this weeks book reviews.
Stolby, Tilly Valentine, Luke May, Low Island and Loud Mountains play BBC Introducing gig
James Luxford from the Radio Times on John Wick chpt.2, Hidden Figures and The Great Wall
Author Lucy Atkins shares her romantic selections with Sophie Law
Watch Aaron Keylock playing 'Medicine Man' live in session [11.02.17]
James Luxford from the Radio Times: The Lego Batman Movie, Fences and Fifty Shades Darker
Watch Rhys Lewis playing 'Waking up without you' live in session.
Dave explores the studio of Oxford band Low Island.
Wayne Denton as Neil Diamond, Abingdon bookstore 'Mostly Books' & science in the news.
Henry Wymbs with music and fun from the Emerald Isle.
Attitudes to rough sleepers, the future of Didcot’s Garden Town and medical technology.
Discussing considering marriage more broadly, Muslim stereotyping and city cleaning.
Kat previews The 2017 Oxford Gang Show and meets author and poet Kiran Millwood Hargrave.
Dave finds out about The Food Of Love Project, an album based on the works of Shakespeare
Find out who won at this year’s Oxfordshire’s Sport Awards.
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