David's joined by a former policeman who found himself battling cancer and the banks.
With two schools run by the same group rated inadequate, should the government step in?
Should we get paid more (a weighting) to help meet the costs of living in Oxfordshire?
David finds out if making Oxford City Centre a huge one-way system could ease congestion.
David asks, are we ready for more snow? Plus, hear an amazing kidney transplant story.
Bob Price, Oxford City Council leader, is about to step down - he joins David for a chat.
David finds out about homeless charity The Porch + the pressure on our A&E services.
Find out how David does going plastic free for 24 hours + what you can do to use less.
David's talking about the Oxford Farming Conference and reducing our plastic waste.
David's talking about sugary snacks, the rail far increase, and much more.
David Prever brings you Oxfordshire's brightest breakfast show.
Every day this week David has a different guest editor, today its John Simpson.
Every day this week David has a different guest Editor, today it's Alec Huckin.
Today's guest editor is Oxford's homeless chaplain Mary Gurr.
This week a different guest editor takes over the show, today its Prof. Stephen Westaby.
This week David has a different guest editor every day, today it's Emma Bridgewater.
David finds out why there's been a big increase in fly tipping in Oxford.
David has the latest information on Oxfordshire's roads and school closures.
David finds out how to get a good night's sleep with Oxfordshire's sleep experts.
Can Oxfordshire's family run businesses thrive or is it the end of the generation line?
Are home schooled children being educated properly?
David asks are the days of Oxfordshire's High Street Banks numbered?
Parking at Oxford's John Radcliffe Hospital, hacked 'smart' toys + backstage at the panto.
Sophie Law sits in. How will our secondary schools cope with increasing demand?
David has all the build up to Oxford City's 2nd Round FA Cup tie with Notts County.
Why the number of people sleeping rough in Oxford has doubled in a year.
David explores the strain on Oxfordshire's GP service by more people living longer.
David's talking about mental health and motherhood.