Jerome Sale sits in. He meets Didcot Town FC Chairman John Bailey.
Jerome Sale sits in. He finds out about the history of the RAF + the Churchill Hospital.
David celebrates fifty years since Oxford City Police became part of TVP.
David finds out about a new vaccine trial for Meningitis
David has the latest as Southern Health are fined two million pounds.
David hears how residents in Witney are welcoming Syrian refugees to their town.
David Prever brings you Oxfordshire's brightest breakfast show.
David Prever and the Breakfast Club will be live in Witney with a special surgery after 9
What can be done to curb the students being excluded from schools & local lambing live.
David discusses Oxford's Frideswide Square roadworks - the cost, the delays and how long.
David asks why we have a higher number of people self-harming than the national average.
David discusses hospital discharge processes + what Oxford will look like in 2050.
David asks whether the emergency bed system is too complicated in Oxford.
On International Women's Day David meets Philippa Bilton, descendant Emily Davison.
Why Oxfordshire's fire and rescue service is increasingly called out to rescue animals.
Meet the group supporting young carers in Witney + find out about the Enigma machine.
David commemorates the passing of Sir Roger Bannister with memories of the great man.
David has the latest on all of Oxfordshires school and road closures.
David hears how Oxfordshire is preparing for the bad weather.
Sophie Law sits in, she's asking Why do people living in social housing feel judged?
David discusses the plan to build thousands of homes on the green belt in Cherwell.
Sophie Law sits in. How much taxpayers money should be used for the Castle Quay expansion?
Sophie Law sits in. Marking two years since the collapse of Didcot A Power Station.
David's asking, could cable cars be an answer to Oxford's traffic problems?.
David asks is DNA testing the answer to dangerous dogs?
Why numbers of unaccompanied asylum seeking children have doubled in the last four years.