On Air Now Programmes
BBC Radio Oxford joins BBC Radio 5 live.
Ali Jones sits in. She finds out why Lent isn’t just about what you give up…
6:00 - 9:00
David Prever sits in. Sunday paper analysis + a review of Renoir - Revered & Reviled
9:00 - 11:00
Will GompertzSunday papers + Renoir: Revered & Reviled
On Air Now Start Time 3:00 - End Time 6:00
A selection of romantic tunes by Oxfordshire's musicians
A selection of romantic tunes by Oxfordshire's musicians.
Morecambe v Oxford United post-match reaction from the manager, the players and you.
All the pre-match build-up and more ahead of today's match.
Classic tracks from Bob Marley, Pretenders, Rolling Stones, The Jam and many more
Classic tracks and more
Tim chats to Loose Woman and Bill star, Lisa Maxwell + comedian and singer, Brian Conley
Lisa Maxwell & Brian Conley
BBC Introducing in OxfordValentine's special
Oxford's intimidating admissions system + the man running 50 miles for Blue Skye Thinking
Ali JonesOxford University admissions + Blue Skye Thinking
BBC Radio Oxford Sport: Pre-match09/02/2016
Bill’s joined by a panel of experts from Oxford to discuss solutions to the Zika virus
Bill HeineZika virus debate
BBC Radio Oxford Sport: Extra Time13/02/2016
Mike Oldfield chats to Johnnie Walker about recording Tubular Bells at the Manor Studios.
PHOP - Recording Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells
Bob Dainty, Paul Davidson & Bob Moore chat about the old Banbury bands and venues.
PHOP - Banbury's old bands and venues
James reviews A Bigger Splash, Deadpool, Zoolander 2 & Alvin and The Chipmunks: Road…
Movie Reviews with James Luxford
England's oldest pharmacy warns that cuts to funding will force chemists to close.
Cuts to pharmacy funding 'self-defeating'
Oxford pianist Roy Young remembers playing with The Beatles, Cliff Bennett & David…
PHOP - Boogie woogie pianist Roy Young
The introduction of superfast broadband is on track, Ed Vaizey says.
Broadband rollout 'going extremely well'
Your chance to become a BBC Radio Oxford sport reporter for the day.
Listen again to a special People's History Of Pop programme, looking at the music scene in Oxfordshire.
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