BBC Radio Oxford joins BBC Radio 5 live.
Better support for children with diabetes, and the Blue Cross' homeless horses struggle.
The Pugh family's 'no supermarket' challenge, and Jeremy Vine on Revenge Of The Eggheads.
Tony Robinson talks about Britain’s bravest jobs, and TV's Helen Skelton tells her story.
The Old Bailey phone-hacking trail, the problems in Kiev, and this year’s Henley Festival
Larry Budd sits in to bring the best of the day's BBC Local Radio together.
Paul asks what albums pick you up when you're feeling down and why.
Friday 21 February 2014