November recipes: food with heart

A new cook book Food & Kindness is raising funds for Oxfordshire’s Sobell House hospice with help from local restaurants

#YouCanAdopt

We’ve partnered up with (Parents And Children Together) to highlight the #YouCanAdopt campaign and encourage you to consider adopting

October recipes: An apple a day…

Did you know in the UK alone we have more than 2,500 varieties of apple? Enough for you to try a different one every day for more than seven years and what better day to start then on October 21st, Apple Day. Why not try these recipes to start with…

The Beatles: Get Back

Get Back is set to celebrate the iconic band’s influence

The perfect place to call home

Taylor Wimpey invite you to …

August recipes: Fabulous fish

Sea for Yourself is encouraging us to cook with fresh fish caught in UK seas, so ‘see for yourself’ how healthy and easy it can be

Hook, line & sinker

Fishing is a reel-ly big pull for millions of people and what can be better than sitting by the river in the sunshine – you may fin-ish up with a big catch you’ll have something to carp on about to your friends!

The GREAT outdoors!

We’ve never appreciated being outside more than we do now and with more gradually opening up to us, let’s get out and enjoy it

Eat better in lockdown

Nutritionist Abi Barclay-Watt has some tips on how to curb those cravings

Explore education

With many of us having more time on our hands, there’s never been a better time to learn something new

Star Q&A: Julia’s outdoor jewels

To say TV presenter Julia Bradbury loves the outdoors would be an understatement, so much so that she set up The Outdoor Guide website packed with wonderful walks, picturesque pubs to stay in and everything you need to get out and enjoy yourself

The GREAT outdoors!

We’ve never appreciated being outside more than we do now and with more gradually opening up to us, let’s get out and enjoy it

July recipes: Love those leaves

Watercress is healthy, delicious and packed full of goodness – one 85g bag provides more than the recommended daily amount of vitamin C to help boost your immune system. It’s in season until October so get creating now!

Salute our Forces

Our Armed Forces are something for us to be proud of at any time as they work to keep us safe and now they are helping to fight coronavirus

Wallingford vehicle rally

The popular annual Wallingford Vehicle Rally & Parade has been cancelled this year but the organisers are keeping their fingers crossed for a ‘mini lockdown parade’ on August 2nd.

Scrubs help

Huge thanks goes out to all those who have been making scrubs in their homes and the schools coming together to make face shields for our NHS and key workers

Wind in the Willows

Join Mr Toad, Ratty, Mole and Badger in GSC’s online Wind in the Willows

Could you help Citizens Advice?

Read about the dedication of staff and volunteers at local charity Citizens Advice Oxfordshire South and Vale.

Taylor Wimpey reopens showhomes

Taylor Wimpey’s Oxfordshire developments to reopen to customers

Chawton House virtual gardens

Chawton House virtual garden festival

Share your views on climate change

Young people are being urged to help shape West Oxfordshire District Council’s response to the climate emergency.

Butterfly ID skills via Zoom

We’ve all got closer to nature over the past few weeks as we spend more time in our gardens and take time to appreciate what’s around us.

Surrey Hills

Surrey Hills advises you to stay away – for now!

Rock Choir fundraiser

Join Rock Choir’s 24-hour fundraiser for Mental Health Awareness Week

Wartime spirit

Celebrate VE Day at home – sing, dance and raise a glass to toast Second World War heroes

Art from your armchair

Local artists open up virtual exhibition for Oxfordshire Artweeks Festiva

Citizens Advice debt help

Coronavirus: Get help if you can’t pay household bills

Hypnotherapy sleep tips

Resolve coronavirus-related sleep problems with the help of hypnotherapy

Save music venues campaign

#SAVEOURVENUES campaign launched to help grassroots music

Room for improvement

With the majority of us spending more time at home at the moment how about lavishing some love on your home and considering how you can improve it, Karen Neville looks at some ways to make the most of your home…

Cotswold Challenge

Teenagers take the Cotswold Challenge and showcase your skills

2.6 Challenge

Take the 2.6 Challenge and help boost the UK’s charities

April recipes: Close to nature

Qualified natural chef Jo Keyes shares some wholesome recipes devised in her Time To Nourish kitchen for body, mind & soul

Time to love your home

Advice for how you can freshen up your home especially if you’re looking to sell

Town and Gown

Oxford Town and Gown is going home!

Wildlife Trusts online

Enjoy the wonderful world of wildlife online

Co-parenting advice

Co-parenting during the Coronavirus lockdown

Turn on the TAP

A new app makes it easy to thank the unsung heroes in your community at a time when we’ve never needed them more

Barking to baking

Your dogs will be barking mad for these home bakes

Home schooling

Home schooling tips to help you learn as your child does

Worship Online

Churches in Newbury are reaching new congregations with online services helping us through these difficult times

Take your seat…

Enjoy the theatre from the comfort of your sofa courtesy of National Theatre at Home via YouTube

Gardening tips 2

Getting some fresh air in the current situation is so important. 

Gardening tips 1

Staying at home is not ideal but there’s lots to get on with in the garden.

Spring clean: De-clutter

The Great British Spring Clean has been postponed so how about giving your home a spring clean instead?

Spring clean your digital life

The Great British Spring Clean has been postponed so how about giving your home a spring clean instead?

Spring clean your house

The Great British Spring Clean has been postponed so how about giving your home a spring clean instead?

Spring clean your kitchen

The Great British Spring Clean has been postponed so how about giving your home a spring clean instead?

Spring clean your bedroom

The Great British Spring Clean has been postponed so how about giving your home a spring clean instead?

Happy bunnies…

You’re never too old to enjoy an Easter egg hunt which is lucky for you as there are some cracking ones to enjoy!

David Gray matters

Liz Nicholls asks Clare Balding about life, sport and our beloved pets as she launches Dogcast With Clare Balding

Gorgeous gardens

What better way can there be to mark spring than to get out in the garden? Karen Neville gathers some inspiring gardens worth visiting.

Spring clean your bathroom

The Great British Spring Clean has been postponed so how about giving your home a spring clean instead?

Barry the pig

Help Barry the non-swimming pig 

Make your own garden for wildlife 

Make your own secret garden for wildlife 

Mum’s the word

Here are some present ideas ahead of Mothering Sunday on 22nd March

Garden Re-Leaf Day 2020

Plans are blooming for the ninth annual Garden Re-Leaf Day, which takes place on Friday, 13th March. 

World Book Day

Thursday is the annual worldwide celebration of books and reading that is World Book Day.

British Pie Week

Never has the saying ‘nice as pie’ been so apt – who doesn’t love a tasty pastry pie and what better time to indulge than in British Pie Week.

Food, friends and fun

Host a supper club on 7th March and raise funds for Eva’s Friends

Journey of discovery

Fi Harding tells us more about Chiltern Arts Festival 2020 which takes place at various venues between Friday 28th February and Saturday 7th March

March recipes: Not your average Joe!

Fitness star Joe Wicks –AKA The Body Coach – has teamed up with cancer charity Macmillan to share some veggie recipes for March

Drive time

Whatever your vintage or passion, March is a great month for motoring enthusiasts.

Talking Point: Clare Balding

Liz Nicholls asks Clare Balding about life, sport and our beloved pets as she launches Dogcast With Clare Balding

Golf: Hole lotta love

“Golf is a good walk spoiled” according to some but to others there’s nothing like the challenge of hitting that small round ball to the best of your ability, avoiding hazards and wayward shots along the course and eventually seeing it drop in the hole.

Tuck into Cornish Pasty Week

Yesterday marked the start of Real Bread Week and today it’s the turn of Cornish Pasty Week.

Real Bread Week

Did you know this week is Real Bread Week? It’s the annual celebration of additive-free loaves and the people who make them.

Movie magic

Anton DuBeke and Erin Boag will bring Dance those Magical Movies to Reading’s Hexagon this March

Love literature

Talented stars from Ascot, Crowthorne and Sandhurst will dazzle you this month at the 49th South East Berks Gang Show. Sandra Sidey tells us more…

Lost Letters

Through a series of more than 40 workshops and a touring exhibition, the newly-launched community heritage project, Lost Letters, will engage people across Surrey in the lost art of letter writing.

Show time

Talented stars from Ascot, Crowthorne and Sandhurst will dazzle you this month at the 49th South East Berks Gang Show. Sandra Sidey tells us more…

Random Acts of Kindness day

Make the world a better place with a random act of kindness 

Cornering youth market

Didcot’s Cornerstone Arts Centre is hosting a youth festival at half-term

Forging past the food fads

With so much misinformation out there here are Abi Barclay-Watt’s 25 nutritional truths – no fads!

Home help

Matt Richardson chats about his show at the Cornerstone.

Warmer winter

Tips on how to keep your home warm & safe in the colder months

Unique Unicorn

Abingdon’s music venue lines up another great programme for 2020

Seal of approval

Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition comes to The Base at Greenham

Max & Ivan

Max & Ivan bring their show Commitment to Reading tomorrow (6th February).

Wear Red Day

Go with the Flow at Godalming art gallery’s new exhibition

Take a peep at new app

What started as a family surprise has developed into an app letting you countdown to celebrations and special events – a digital advent for any occasion, any time.

National Apprenticeship Week

Celebrate National Apprenticeship Week and all its benefits

Talking Point: Russell Watson

Liz Nicholls chats to singer Russell Watson about his tour

Adult care: Winter 2020

We’ve put together some articles about planning for later life care as well as staying healthy & stimulated in our February guide.

February’s recipes: Rice & easy!

We’ve teamed up with Tilda to serve up some recipes to make the most of their new flavoured easy-cook sachets

You’re never too old…

Active minds and active bodies are on the curriculum at the University of the Third Age

Business School

Make money from your passion at Pop-Up Business School in Didcot

Banff film festival

Scale new heights with this year’s films with the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour 

Health research study

New online map helps people find health research in Thames Valley 

Snowdrop walk

Join snowdrop walk and support Child Bereavement UK 

2020 trends

The ways of getting in shape are constantly changing as this year’s trends suggest

Paws for thought!

The new “Dogs Welcome” campaign has taken off in Wallingford

New year, new job

Want a change of job and need some help writing that perfect CV? Judith Coslett has some great advice

Education guide: Winter 2020

Welcome to the first education extra of 2020, we had an impressive array of entries for our story writing competition and they all prove what a talented bunch you are!

Go green!

If we each make small changes to our lives we can collectively make a huge impact to protect our planet for future generations. Here are some positive ideas…

Talking point: Liz Bonnin

Liz Nicholls asks award-winning presenter and biologist Liz Bonnin about school, the live tour of the BBC’s Planet Earth II this spring and how we can all do our bit.

January’s recipes: Vive la revolution!

We share two exclusive recipes from Ollie Hunter’s brand new sustainable cookbook with two copies up for grabs

Great & good

This festive season, look no further than Windsor Great Park as the setting for your family time together.

Motown magic

Book in for the smash-hit West End musical Motown The Musical which roars into the New Theatre Oxford from Tuesday, 17th December to Saturday, 4th January.

Santa steams in

Father Christmas will take time out of his busy schedule to hop on board the Cholsey & Wallingford Railway again this month

A golden example of dining

Liz Nicholls reviews the newly opened Ivy Oxford Brasserie.

King pin

Take part in the Santa & Elf fun runs in Hindhead, Godalming and Farnborough this month to raise money for a life-changing charity.

Wintry wonders

Please join us in supporting the Children’s Air Ambulance whose life-saving helicopters are going green. Anna Phillips tells us more.

Above & beyond

Please join us in supporting the Children’s Air Ambulance whose life-saving helicopters are going green. Anna Phillips tells us more.

Spa & away

Michelle Miley takes some time out to indulge in an afternoon of relaxation and pampering at Donnington Valley near Newbury in Berkshire

A green Christmas

Local dad David Lamont, founder of Plastic Free Home, offers his tips on how we can enjoy a more planet-friendly season

Christmas every day

Secret Santa founder Courtney Hughes has been helping to spread festive cheer for seven years and now does so all year round

Abingdon DAMASCUS Youth Project

Making a difference to young people’s lives 

Adult Care

Round & About Magazine is publishing its popular annual eight-page Adult Health & Social Care Supplement in February 2020.

Pinocchio

Local children set to star in Pinocchio at the Cornerstone

Ghost: The Ultimate Tour Named Death

Steve Warner enjoys Ghost’s performance at SSE Arena Wembley on Friday

Oh yes it is…

Pantomimes are many children’s first experience of the theatre and what a way to start!

December’s recipes: Movers & shakers

We’ve teamed up with multisensory creators Sam Bompas and Harry Parr to serve up some cocktail fresh recipes from The Bompas & Parr Cocktail Book

Talking point: Brydon time

Television star, singer and father of five Rob Brydon, 54, talks about his life & career ahead of his new Songs & Stories tour

Birdland Park

It’s pandemonium! Parrots flock to Birdland Park & Gardens

Citizens Advice S&V

Celebrating 80 years of giving invaluable advice in South Oxfordshire

Wallingford Art Club

Christmas exhibition at Wallingford Art Club 

Wrappers delight

Guildford’s Carolyn Ledger explains more about Naturally Wrapt – the planet-friendly business she launched this year, in addition to her job as a SEN teacher

Make no bones about it…

Ella Reeves reviews Lovely Bones at Oxford Playhouse

Puppy love

Top Dog Film Festival, comes to Abingdon

Beer-fuelled Bard

The smash-hit comes to Swindon

Sue Ryder Awards

Nominate inspirational women for 2020

Sir Ranulph Fiennes at Cranford House

Cranford House welcomes the world’s greatest living explorer

Downland Dance open day

Don’t miss your chance to dance at Downland Dance open day 

Half term at National Trust

Things to do this half term Oxfordshire & Berkshire

November’s recipes: Tried & trusted

Leading chef Laura Mason shares some recipes

Talking point: Jack Savoretti

Liz Nicholls chats to musician & dad Jack Savoretti

Service & sacrifice

In association with The Royal British Legion, we recognise the unseen service of the Armed Forces past and present.

Waddesdon Halloween

Be spooked at Waddesdon this Halloween half-term 

Didcot Food Festival

Didcot Food Festival is on this weekend!

LoLo app

Be loyal to the high street in Reading and save money as you shop

SOFO exhibition

WW2 veterans portraits at Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum 

IF Oxford

IF Oxford invites you to enjoy activities at more than 30 venues

Wear it pink day

Wear it pink and support breast cancer research charities 

Plastic problem

Michaela Strachan chats to us about plastic…

First aid in schools

First aid to be part of curriculum in state schools next year

Sunday races

Thousands of runners set to take to streets of Oxford and Guildford 

Mental health day

Don’t bottle things up on World Mental Health Day 

ATOM Society

Where did I put my …

Autism hour

For autistic people every day …

Wisley in October

The wonder of Wisley 

Good Beer Guide

Cheers to CAMRA Good Beer Guide 

Chilterns Walking Festival

Take a walk around the Chilterns as the annual walking festival starts

Autumn walks

Enjoy a walk in a local wood as we enjoy awesome autumn! 

Thames Valley Tech Awards 2019

Read about the Thames Valley Tech Awards 2019

Bill’s Newbury

New look for Bill’s in Newbury with chance to win dinner for six 

Headlines & Hedgerows

Our countryside & its wildlife is at risk. We encourage you to join the campaign to save our endangered hedgerows and share an exclusive extract from John Craven’s new book.

Think pink!

It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month – support the cause by buying these items & wearing pink on Friday, 18th October

October’s recipes: Italian job

Chef & restaurateur Gennaro Contaldo shares two delicious autumnal recipes from his new book Pasta Perfecto

Talking point: Country smile

Liz Nicholls asks broadcaster & dad John Craven, 79, about his life & career ahead of his appearance at Guildford Literary Festival

Coleshill Underground

Secret Second World War history revealed at Coleshill Underground

Plastic free home…

David Lamont shares his story about his mission to heal the planet

Alzheimer’s memory walk

Get Water Smart with Wantage Life Savers

Brian Blessed

Brian Blessed chats about meeting Agatha Christie and more…

Alzheimer’s memory walk

Join a memory walk against dementia

A true Christie classic

Turn sleuth and track down a great weekend of Agatha Christie-inspired activities

All the world’s a stage…

Abingdon Drama Club is celebrating its 75th anniversary

A radical festival

Michelle Miley reviews Boomtown 2019

Heritage Open Days

Discover history, architecture and culture at Heritage Open Days

Pruning v chopping!

A light hearted look at the subject of pruning or as many people call it ‘chopping’ ‘hacking’ or ‘trimming’.

All aboard the Bunk!

Bunkfest returns to Wallingford and there; s so much to do you’ll want to camp out and enjoy it all

Spa & away

September is the perfect month to book in for some R&R. Here are a few great places to enjoy some pampering treatments and time out!

Talking point: Fry & mighty!

Actor, comedian & writer Stephen Fry, 62, tells us about his new show Mythos: A Trilogy – Gods. Heroes. Men which is on tour this month, including Oxford & London

Education guide: Autumn 2019

School days are the happiest days of your life, right? Check out our education guide and find out how you can make them really top class.

September’s recipes: Cakes & cups

Chef & TV star Sophie Grigson shares two recipes ahead of her food & photography courses starting next month…

Last supper

Hanna Pulidori explores the bustling life of Pompeii people, frozen in time, thanks to the latest exhibition at The Ashmolean

C’est la Vee

Calm, cool, classy and award-winning comedian Sindhu Vee comes to Oxford’s North Wall Arts Centre this month with her latest show Sandhog.

‘No Reading, no Amazon’s!’

Liz Nicholls asks Matt Thomson, frontman of homegrown heroes The Amazons about local life and music ahead of their hotly anticipated performance at Reading Festival…

Reading Film Theatre

Celebrate Reading Film Theatre’s 50th anniversary & design a new logo

Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle voted one of the nation’s favourite landmarks

Blenheim Palace Shakespeare

Enjoy a Bard classic at Blenheim Palace pop-up theatre

Open water swimmer

Lizzie Cox on the joy of outdoor swimming

Normandy 75

Normandy 75th anniversary exhibition at the Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum 

Presence, Cornerstone

Feel artists’ Presence at Cornerstone exhibition

Mum on stage

Local mum who is stars Mamma Mia in the West End this summer

Gardening: August

There’s still plenty to enjoy and get on with in the garden this month.

Kidd pro quo

Model, racing driver, TV presenter & pub landlady Jodie Kidd, 40, tells us about life, local treasures and her foodie favourites

Vinyl Revival

Watch The Vinyl Revival at Oxford’s Phoenix Playhouse 

August’s recipes: Sophie’s choice

Chef & TV star Sophie Grigson shares two recipes ahead of her food & photography courses starting next month…

Homegrown heroes

We raise a toast to the many local producers wowing the world with their food & drink offerings worth your attention

Reading Fringe

Hair-raising Fringe takes over Reading

Charlbury festival

Free festival fun down by the riverside in Charlbury 

Kilimanjaro climb

Pair to take on Kilimanjaro climb for Helen & Douglas House

Festival of cycling

Cyclist all over are gearing up for this year’s Wallingford Festival of Cycling

Bjorn Again

Bjorn Again are set to shine at the black-tie cultural extravaganza that is Henley Festival

Love tennis!

Wimbledon starts today (1st July) so expect to see more people out with their tennis rackets and more strawberries being eaten. 

Talking Point: Will Young

Liz Nicholls speaks to local singer-songwriter Will Young

July’s recipes: Thrills & grills

We’ve teamed up with the team behind ZIGZAG to bring you the perfect recipes to rustle up on the grill this summer!

Westgate archaeology

Archaeology and history trail unveiled at Westgate Oxford 

Blenheim Palace Flower Show

From classy garden furniture to wacky ornaments for your backyard there was no end to the inspiration on offer at Blenheim Palace Flower Show.

Eat Food Festival

Eat Food Festival in Henley until Saturday

Children’s Hospice Week

Show you care during Children’s Hospice Week 

Independent Bookshop Week

It’s Independent Bookshop Week – read all about it! 

June’s recipe: Fiery & fresh

Star chef Kay Plunkett-Hogge shares two recipes from her new book Baan: Recipes & Stories From My Thai Home

Talking Point: George Clarke

Liz Nicholls asks architect, dad and TV star George Clarke, 47 about life & loves ahead of hosting Blenheim Flower Show this month

Who cares for the carers? 

Carers Week puts the focus on 6.5million in the UK helping family and friends 

Solent Hotel & Spa

Solent Hotel & Spa in Fareham, Hampshire, has the perfect spa break and dining packages to help you hit the “reset” button and offers a great base to explore the south coast

Gardening: June joys

June is one of the nicest months of the year. The days are long and the garden is now in full swing.

Abingdon’s big party

Hundreds will be looking forward to enjoying the popular Fun and Music in the Park on 1st June

Prophet Sharing

The descendants of Abraham may have gone their separate ways, but now stand-up comedian friends Ashley Blaker and Imran Yusuf are joining forces.

10 top hotels in Devon

Good Hotel Guide shares 10 of their top hotels in Devon with us…

Medieval Jousting at Stonor Park

Stonor Park are hosting the Knights of Royal England for a weekend of medieval jousting on the 29th – 30th June.

Big lunch: The perfect ingredients

Add a handful of community spirit, a sprinkling of food and a big dose of fun to create The Big Lunch on 1st and 2nd June

The English Wine & Food Festival

The English Wine & Food Festival in Wallingford will showcase wines from 11 local vineyards

ARCh: Help a child learn to

Could you help a child learn to read? 

Helen & Douglas House Bubble Rush

Burst though bubbles and help raise funds for Helen & Douglas House 

Dementia Action Week

Don’t be afraid to talk in Dementia Action Week

Chilterns Walking Festival

There are a wide variety of walks to enjoy – however you like to take yours – as part of the Chilterns Walking Festival from Saturday, 18th May to Sunday, 2nd June.

Gardening: Abundance of colour

Spring is coming to its glorious end, and summer is nearly upon us.

Pacific row

Girls dreaming big: Crew preparing for 4,000km row across Pacific aim to inspire others

Foster Care Fortnight

Foster carers are part of what’s often termed “the team around the child” who are responsible for the wellbeing and development of a fostered child.

Foster Care Fortnight

Foster carers are part of what’s called “the team around the child”. As we approach Foster Care Fortnight, between 13th and 26th May, we encourage you to consider it.

May’s recipe: Egg custard tart

Ahead of Alresford Watercress Festival on Sunday, 19th May, The Watercress Company has teamed up with chef Keri Astill Frew to share some recipes…

Christian Aid Week

Today marks the start of Christian Aid Week, the national week raising money for the worldwide work of Christian Aid.

Wallingford Car Rally

Rev up for rally: Hundreds of vintage and classic cars are set to take to the streets for this year’s Wallingford Car Rally

Abingdon Jazz Festival

Jumping for joy at Abingdon Jazz Festival 

Abingdon Air Show

Abingdon Air & Country Show has achieved soaring success and helped lots of good causes locally so put this year’s even in your diary…

Henley Arts Trail

How many of the 300 exhibitors will you see and enjoy around Henley?

Green Day’s American Idiot

Make sure you catch Green Day’s American Idiot at Reading’s Hexagon this week

Against Breast Cancer

Join Against Breast Cancer (ABC) for a full or half marathon or a 10km sponsored walk alongside the beautiful River Thames on Sunday, 5th May.

Marathon in May

Can you take on PACT’s Marathon in May challenge? 

Avenue Q

An irresistibly charming tale of the loveable characters on a downtown New York street trying to make sense of life’s burning issues comes to the Reading Hexagon this week.

Floral feast

The blooming marvellous Chelsea Flower Show is a true horticultural highlight

April flowers

I absolutely love this time of year. The countryside is awash with daffodils, tulips are starting to flower and glorious summer days in the garden really are just around the corner.

Green party: April recipes

Ahead of Alresford Watercress Festival on Sunday, 19th May, The Watercress Company has teamed up with chef Keri Astill Frew to share some recipes…

We Love Golf

The We Love Golf campaign is encouraging more women to take part in the game and enjoy the social side too

Wildlife survey

People’s Trust for Endangered Species needs your help to record Britain’s ‘big five’

Abingdon events

Cycling, MG cars, rowing and WWII commemoration all part of an unmissable day in Abingdon 

Male cancer awareness week

The eleventh Orchid Male Cancer Awareness Week, from 8th 14th April, encourages all men to check their “bits”

Doctor Who at Escape Hunt

Worlds Collide, the new Doctor Who escape room in Reading, proves challenging for Cherry Butler.

Oar-some day

Enjoy an oar-some day out at the University Boat Race

Easter Passion Play

Join the community event in the Abbey Grounds and witness the Passion Play

Full steam ahead

Step back in time as Didcot Railway Centre launches Lady of Legend

Treehouse run

On your marks, get set for the sixth Treehouse 10k in Cholsey on Sunday – there’s a run for everyone and how about making it a real family affair as it’s Mother’s Day? 

Big pedal

Don’t be surprised if on your way to work or school this morning you see many more children than usual on their bikes, scooters or just walking. 

Get away!

Fancy a night away? Refresh yourself (and perhaps your plus one) with an overnight break right here in the UK, writes Liz Nicholls.

And they’re off…

The next couple of months are a great time to enjoy a day at the races

Thames Valley: Easter egg-stravaganza

Shell out on some family fun at these cracking Easter egg hunts.

Study Skills

Parents help is at hand to get your child though their exams 

ATOM Festival

Science is for all at the ATOM Festival of Science & Technology

First aid: Shockingly simple

Pint of Life volunteer Christopher Tancock offers invaluable advice on how to save a life

Cycling golfers!

Golfers’ cycling challenge to tee up funds for Against Breast Cancer

Line & light: Art show

From Saturday 9th to Sunday 24th March, enjoy an exhibition of photographs, ceramics and life drawings presented by Gaby Guz and Rob Farrands.

Shop of Secrets

New Oxford shop poised to cast its spell over Harry Potter fans

Pancake Day!

Our easy to make pancake recipe!

Life of pie: March recipes

Ahead of British Pie Week, 2nd to 8th March, The Hairy Bikers share their pie recipes…

Family Runners

Relatives join forces to help boost Harrison’s Fund at Surrey Half Marathon

The search for King Henry I

Reading Borough Council needs volunteers to take on role of costumed historical characters

Henley House & Garden Show

Looking for some inspiration for your home and garden, the head to the Henley House & Garden Show at the weekend. 

Talking Point: Julia Donaldson

Multi award-winning author Julia Donaldson tells us about seeing her work adapted for the stage as Zog goes on tour across the UK this month

RHS:Dig For Victory

Share photographs of Second World War vegetable plots with the RHS Dig for Victory campaign

Thames Valley Hospitality Awards

Nominate your favourites for 2019 Thames Valley Hospitality Awards

Ronald McDonald House

Martin Keown kicks off building with twins, Finley and Billy Kearns, and mum and dad, Laura and Robert

South & Vale Business Awards

The finalists have been revealed for the second South and Vale Business Awards building on the success of last year’s inaugural event.

Art attack: Learn to draw

Join children’s illustrator and learn to draw great characters at The Beacon in Wantage.

Spice of life: local foodie’s book

Pangbourne foodie Balwinder Kapila explains more about her new book A Pinch Of Spice.

Fundraising superhero: Oxfordshire charity Play2Give

Changing, transforming and saving lives – that is exactly what one young Didcot fundraising stalwart has done tirelessly without pause for half of his life.

No strings! Pinocchio in Henley

Immersion Theatre return to Kenton Theatre this month with a new musical version of The Amazing Adventures of Pinocchio. Peter Anderson finds out more.

Older & wiser: a care-giving career

With our rapidly ageing society, the demand for elderly care at home increases and good care-givers are in high demand…

Phil Hall’s Wallingford Wishing Well

Phil Hall’s new fantasy action novel William’s Wishing Well is set in our lovely town of Wallingford.

AniMalcolm magic! Family theatre

Join animal-hating Malcolm on his trip to a farm and see how life changes at Wycombe Swan on Sunday, 17th February.

Talking Point: Nigel Havers

Liz Nicholls chats to actor, dad, and all-round charming man Nigel Havers, 67, who is set to star in ART at Richmond Theatre.

Chinese Whispers: February recipes

Ahead of Chinese New Year on Tuesday, 5th February (the Year of the Pig), local star Ching He Huang shares her wisdom…

Rock solid: megaliths

Andy Burnham offers his guide to some of the best megalithic sites here in South East England which you can visit.

Adult care guide: Winter 2019

Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks? Later life can be full of fun & mental stimulation. In February we focus on adult care and our moving interview with Sir Jackie Stewart as well as initiatives from silverswans

Jeff Koons exhibition at Oxford’s Ashmolean

A new exhibition by American artist Jeff Koons at Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum includes work never seen before in the UK.

Q&A with Snow Patrol’s Gary Lightbody

Snow Patrol’s frontman Gary Lightbody chats about his recent move to L.A. and what goes into their shows.

Underwater wonders

Journey deep into the ocean with Blue Planet II – Live in Concert – a feast for your eyes and ears…

Maths = fun!

Ping Woolley of Mathnasium in Summertown explains how you can help your child subtract stress and add confidence!

Only the be-gin-ning

Two favourite worlds of beauty and booze combine to create Collagin.

Funny bones: Suzi Ruffell

Following on from her hugely successful Keeping it Classy tour, Suzi Ruffell brings her show Nocturnal to Oxford on Friday, 1st February.

Mind the gap: Goring boat club

Goring Gap Boat Club is offering new opportunities for those who want to row their own sculls on this beautiful, quiet stretch of the Thames.

Treasure trove: the Watlington Hoard

James Mather shares the story behind the 1,200-year-old journey of his remarkable find.

Bampton beauty: protecting the village

Robin Shuckburgh explains more about the Society for the Protection of Bampton (SPB) and how you can get involved.

Hungerford heroine: historical novelist Iris Lloyd

Iris Lloyd explains more about her “now or never” approach to writing, having written her first novel at the age of 70 and just published her latest.

Titanic Teddy Thompson: Holywell Music

Holywell Music & Folk will host the internationally acclaimed star Teddy Thompson on Sunday, 3rd February.

Shock horror: theatre in Oxford

Enjoy a fabulous comedy-drag-boxing-musical extravaganza from The Wardrobe Theatre at Oxford’s The North Wall this month.

Murder mystery event in Goring

Use your “little grey cells” to help solve a double murder at Goring Village Hall.

Concert: Violin virtuoso

Former Young Musician of the Year Jennifer Pike will be playing the piece that won her the title when she appears at Marlborough College.

Set sail! Drama in Kennington

Robinson Crusoe and the Pirates, by Alan P Frayn, will mark the start of Kennington Amateur Dramatic Society’s 40th anniversary celebrations.

Education guide: Winter 2019

School days are the happiest days of your life, right? Check out our education guide and find out how you can make them really top class.

Saving Sumatran orangutans

Lucy Radford of Abingdon charity Sumatran Orangutan Society explains more about the plight of and how to help this majestic endangered creature.

Dancing: Witness the fitness

Strictly star Ian Waite’s life was changed by the joy of dance and you can channel the same benefits thanks to FitSteps…

Cocklebarrow Races

Celebrities galore and a great day out!

Talking Point: Alice’s adventures

We chat to academic, writer and broadcaster Alice Roberts ahead of her tour Digging for Britain

Best of British: Political cartoons

Liz Nicholls reflects on a tumultuous year in world politics, thanks to Tim Benson and the talented cartoonists who have depicted 2018 in satirical pictures…

Vegan virtues: January recipes

Star chef Dipna Anand shares some Punjabi-inspired vegan recipes to warm the cockles as we enter a new year

Gardening: Veggie patch

Another year beginning and I can’t think of a better task than to sit in front of a roaring fire scanning the new seed catalogues! I am often asked what veg can I grow NOW?

Hal Cruttenden: Middle ground

One of Britain’s top comedians, Hal Cruttenden brings his stand-up show to Maidenhead’s Norden Farm this month.

Blackbeard’s Treasure at Escape Hunt

Cherry Butler ends up all at sea in Reading’s newest escape room, Blackbeard’s Treasure at Escape Hunt.

Wishes in the Wind

Wishes in the Wind, A Christmas story by Chris Meredith

Show you care this Christmas

On Monday, St Christopher’s Fellowship launched its Christmas fundraising appeal. They’re raising £20,000 to help make sure children in care and young care leavers don’t feel lonely this Christmas.

Self-care: granny knows best

How do dadimas aka grandmothers self-care?

Green Belt: film focus on Culham

Caroline Baird explains more about a new short film showing the impact of major development on the rural community of Culham.

Santa by train!

Why not enjoy a magical journey on the Cholsey and Wallingford Railway through the south Oxfordshire countryside and visit Santa in his grotto?

Winters tale: folk music in Oxford

Make a date to see contemporary folk singer-songwriter Emily Mae Winters perform on Saturday, 8th December, with Holywell Music & Folk.

Story lines: Anton du Beke

Anton du Beke chats to Peter Anderson about writing his new novel One Enchanted Evening ahead of another UK-wide dance tour with Erin Boag in January.

Singing for Syrians: Bibury Christmas concert

On Friday, 14th December, support The Hands Up foundation, established by the locally born artist and illustrator, George Butler and three friends.

Mr Tumble talks to us

Peter Anderson chats to children’s TV star Justin Fletcher MBE, 48, ahead of another star turn delighting families as we hit pantomime season.

Peace offerings: Christmas recipes

Here are some indulgent yet wholesome and uncomplicated recipe ideas to help keep us grounded throughout this mad month.

Clowning around: Cheltenham panto star

Peter Anderson chats to Alan Digweed, AKA Tweedy The Clown, ahead of his star turn in Aladdin at Cheltenham’s Everyman Theatre.

Dick Whittington star: Oxford Playhouse panto

Ricky Oakley, who stars as Dick Whittington in this year’s Oxford Playhouse pantomime, chats to Peter Anderson.

Craig Revel Horwood: Strictly panto star

Interview with Craig Revel Horwood, Strictly pantomime star.

No Tourists

The Prodigy brought their No Tourists tour to London’s Ally Pally on Wednesday night as part of their European live tour

Katie Melua Guildford & London shows

Katie Melua tells us about her latest tour, what she’s learnt in her 15-year career, and why her grandad is still her biggest fan.

Gift of giving: Oxfordshire charity champion

We chat to Didcot heroine Courtney Hughes who has set up a new befriending service for her local community and needs your help

A cut above: best Christmas roasts

Turkey is a traditional favourite but there are so many choices of meat when it comes to the festive table, and many excellent local producers.

Let’s get crafty!

Happy half term everyone! How’s …

Coast vs Country

We chat to Scottish and Oxford-based television presenter of Coast vs Country

Will Greenwood: nice try

With the autumn rugby internationals on the horizon, we chat to rugby legend and father Will Greenwood.

A print success story

Round & About Magazine expands in to its ninth county as the family business continues to fly the flag for print publishing

Squirrel Sisters: nutty and nice

We talk to Fulhamites Gracie and Sophie – aka Squirrel Sisters – about their mission to bring their vegan snack bar start-up to the masses

Winter aches & pains?

find effective natural relief for joint and muscle inflammation this winter

GINspiration

Gin is enjoying a resurgence in popularity, with a wealth of interesting spirits produced right here on our doorstep.

Thick & thin: hair loss tips

Jamie Stevens, hairdresser to the stars including Hugh Grant and Olly Murs, talks frankly about the sensitive topic of balding – and how to combat it

Lucky Neem Cocktail Recipe

Gin-lovers! Check out this Lucky Neem cocktail recipe courtesy of Kricket in White City, London

The Winter Prune

It is a challenge to identify the plants, know how they are pruned and then carry it out. Cathie has some advice for those brave enough to venture out!

Cosy cravings

In the heart of winter sometimes we crave informal, uncomplicated, wholesome food. These recipes will provide comfort and nourishment through the festive period.

Warming wonders

October to me is all about wholesome, nutritious, heart-warming, health-giving food.

Joanna Lumley: me time

Actress, activist and mum Joanna Lumley, 72, talks tigers, tickets and taking life in her stride as she embarks upon her solo UK tour It’s All About Me.

Eyes on the tiger

Liz Nicholls chats to Simon Clinton, founder of Save Wild Tigers

Helping addicts recover

Henley resident, Huseyin Djemil, launches Towards Recovery service to support people addicted to drugs and/or alcohol, after National Lottery funding

Rick Astley: Rick & Roll

Liz Nicholls chats to singer-songwriter and dad Rick Astley, 52, about making his new album and having the best of both worlds

Special say

Are you a parent of a child with SEND (special educational needs and/or disabilities) in Oxfordshire?

Young minds

Kevin Leivers of The Naked Pharmacy explains how parents can help boost children’s mental health to cope with their learning journey at school

Michaelmas daisies

Fill your garden with these beautiful Michaelmas Daisies flowers, says Cathie’s Garden Army, and have beautiful blooms in Autumn

London calling

We asked Merlin Labron Johnson, star chef at London’s Portland and The Conduit, his kitchen titbits ahead of his appearance, with many more talents, at The Big Feastival

Pitch in for Wychwood Forest Fair

One word sums up Wychwood Forest Fair, on Sunday, 2nd September, and that’s the word ‘local’. They are looking for local talent, could you pitch in?

Turning point

September signifies a change of the seasons, woodland walks and cosy evenings in. These following recipes should provide comfort & nourishment

Make believe

Susannah Steel traverses rooftops and rainforests with prize-winning author Katherine Rundell to explore children’s literature and her inspiration

Bear Necessities

Ella Reeves enjoys a summer highlight at the newly renovated historic gastropub The Bear & Ragged Staff in Appleton Road, Cumnor.

Indulge in the Foodie Festival

Enjoying food with your family, is always a great combination, add music, great attractions and a festival and that’s a whole new take on fun!

Wheelyboat fundraising appeal

The Wallingford Accessible Boat Club (WABC) mission is to make “messing about on the river” enjoyable for everyone, to do this, they need a Wheelyboat

Mud in your eye

Reaching your full potential is the name of the game at Abingdon RFC, writes Sam Colmer, the club’s chairman of the mini and youth teams

Dive in to some terrific tales!

Between Wednesday 22nd and Saturday 25th August, take your little minnows to enjoy Tiddler and Other Terrific Tales, adapted from the best-selling books by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, at Oxford Playhouse

Guess how many macarons?

Guess the correct amount of macarons in this tower and you could win four tickets to the all-star Didcot Food Festival on Saturday, 27th October

Grill-seekers!

Summer is here which means al fresco aplenty and Katie Kingsley has rustled up some delicious ideas to enjoy on the side!

Drink quench marks

Our beautiful part of the world is full of fantastic food & drink producers. We uncork some of our favourites to enjoy this summer…

Summer favourites from Paul Clerehugh

We chat to Paul Clerehugh, the star chef of The Crooked Billet and London Street Brasserie about his summer favourites…

Hooked on Peter Pan

Journey to Neverland thanks to an open-air musical production of Peter Pan by the Immersion Theatre team, writes Peter Anderson

Awakening the dragon!

Crowd participation will be very welcome this Saturday, 28th July, as The Henley Dragons celebrate it’s new racing boat with a naming ceremony – Boaty Mcboatface is not an option – but a rather more superstitious tradition will be followed.

Alex James: feast of fun

Liz Nicholls chats to musician, cheese maker and dad Alex James, 49, ahead of The Big Feastival which takes place 24th-26th August, in the Cotswolds

Super natural photography

Local photographer and wildlife enthusiast Ewan Jones shares his love of all creatures great and small, right on our doorstep

Magic markers: Morgan & West

Time-travelling gentlemen Morgan & West are touring their magic show and parlour tricks just for kids. Peter Anderson caught up with the duo…

Mock and roll

Old Woodstock in Oxfordshire is the setting for a centuries old fun-filled tradition of electing a Mock Mayor. Join the fun on Saturday, 21st July, writes Rachel Thompson

Show time

This month, admire a wealth of creativity thanks to Eynsham artists’ work on show

Nit wit

Abingdon mums Julia King and Julia Thomas will be out and about this month promoting their great new book Super Nit Rescue Mission

Material world

Graeme Rowe of Kingston Bagpuize explains more about Little Weave which aims to educate children through storytelling with a pinch of old-school ethics!

From the heart

Phil Hall’s book Bangkok to Ben Nevis Backwards documents his journey, with his family, around the globe with lots of laughs and learning along the way

The Art of Kustom

A new Beaulieu exhibition, The Art of Kustom, features the creations of imaginative car customiser Andy Saunders, which stay on show between now and September

Meuross marvel

On Friday, 13th July, avoid the bad luck and tune into the dulcet tones of Reg Meuross at Holywell Music Rooms in Oxford.

Oxford Organic

Michael Soth of West Oxford Food Coop explains more about the co-operative making organic food available, accessible and affordable in Botley

Golden example

The Arts Society Abingdon celebrates the golden jubilee of the founding of national organisation The Arts Society, formerly known as NADFAS, with an illustrated lecture

Maymessy magic

Maymessy is the empowering West Challow cookery school which recently marked its first anniversary with a celebratory food festival, writes its founder Anna Richards

Wild things

On Saturday, 14th July, enjoy an afternoon of wildlife discovery, writes Peter Anderson

Flute force

On Saturday, 7th July, head to Old Mill Hall in Grove to enjoy a performance by local star Jeremy Salter

Curiouser and curiouser

Susannah Steel explores the veritable Wonderland of adventures awaiting Oxford on 7th July for the 2018 celebrations of Alice’s Day

Beauty & The Beach

Beauty and the beach …or wherever you happen to be over the summer. Here are our picks

Christine Wallace: in the mix!

The Great British Bake Off star asks: Is it just me or is there a feelgood factor in the air recently?

Woodland Wonder

If you go down to the woods today, you’re sure of a big surprise… well one of natural wonder, with our Woodland Trust-inspired walks, writes Rachel Wakefield

It’s got to be … Purdy

From a tomboy on a farm in Nettlebed to a sultry singer at the Albert Hall, Purdy’s musical journey is the stuff of dreams, writes Rachel Wakefield

Monelise magic

Visitors to the Thame Town Music Festival this month will be in for a treat as they listen to the haunting compositions of Monelise.

Homegrown heroes

Henley Symphony Orchestra will take centre stage on Saturday, 14th July, at the Henley Festival which Round & About is proud to sponsor this year

How toxic is your world?

You’re in control: You can dramatically reduce the total toxic load you are under by making sensible lifestyle choices

Plots for Pollinators

Alan Titchmarsh is calling on all gardeners to unite to create a refuge for struggling butterflies, moths and other pollinators this summer. Join us in your garden – and online.

Hardy Hibiscus

It might come as a bit of a surprise that there is such a thing in this country! Not to be confused with those bright red ones often seen on holiday…

Spoilt for choice

We’re spoilt for choice with fantastic British seasonal produce and cooking light, speedy food is key to feeling good, inside and out! Recipes created by Katie Kingsley.

Live & Direct

Historian, broadcaster and TV presenter Dan Snow tells us more about his upcoming History Guy tour…

On the line

Liz Nicholls chats to Dame Esther Rantzen, 78, patron of Silverline and Childline, about life, loneliness and love

Military music

Sarah Readings explains more about one of the lesser-known aspects of the Royal Air Force Music Service; the RAF Voluntary Band Association

Driving force

Oxford teacher David Johnson has a racing start with his art, catching the eyes of his driving heroes Sir Stirling Moss and Sir Jackie Stewart

Flying high with Alice Marshall

Peter Anderson chats to Alice Marshall, winner of the Brighton Fringe Best Comedy Award ahead of her shows this month.

Level best

Jonathan Lovett chats to Mark Chadwick of seminal band The Levellers ahead of their tour which takes in the Thames Valley this month

Stomach acid is crucial for health

You’re in control: If you suspect that you might have suboptimal levels of stomach acid, the following actions may well help

Heart to heart

Rufus Wainwright, musician, dad and all-round superstar, chats to Rachel Wakefield ahead of his UK & world tour

Good truck

Liz Nicholls chats to musician and dad Gaz Coombes, 42, whose acclaimed new album World’s Strongest Man is out now and appears at Truck festival in Steventon this month

The June Gap

June is a funny time of year in the garden when the spring bulbs have all finished but summer perennials are not yet out fully

Essence of Summer

Katie Kingsley serves up some quick and easy dishes which you can (hopefully) enjoy al fresco.

Home with Gareth Malone

We chat to Gareth Malone, whose favourite hobbies are singing – and would happily sing ‘Yesterday’ everyday – and unwinds by ice skating!

Shore thing

We talk to Cotswold artist Angie Hunt about family, motherhood and the lure of the sea ahead of her solo exhibition at her home studio this May.

Is a vegan diet healthy?

You’re in control: Mark’s view on veganism

Rotten luck

Liz Nicholls chats to Johnny Rotten, AKA John Lydon, 62, ahead of The Public Image Is Rotten Summer Tour of Europe and Japan, marking Public Image Ltd’s 40th anniversary

Lilacs in May

At last spring is here; no more snow, dark evenings and frost… hopefully! And then there are the lilacs which are synonymous with this time of year

Watercress to Impress

If you are lacking inspiration then I hope these simple but effective recipes from Katie Kingsley will motivate you to acquaint it with your dining table. This mysterious vegetable is known to harbour powers beyond tantalising taste buds. Whether it be a cure for baldness, mental stimulant or aphrodisiac you are after, surely failing to make the most of it this season would be reckless!

Fortitude

Host of Radio 4 Extra’s Newsjack, Angela Barnes is touring her show. Peter Anderson chats to her.

Gluten-related disorders

You’re in control: Coeliac disease is not the only significant gluten-related disorder

Shared experience

Liz Nicholls chats to broadcaster and campaigner Jonathan Dimbleby, and his charity Dimbleby Cancer Care

Organic lawn care

April is an excellent time to turn our attention to the lawn, but organically?

Edible Eden

The garden looks abundant again! Katie Kingsley brings us these recipes that are all fresh, feel-good and perfect for entertaining over the Easter holiday.

Hardeep and meaningful

Peter Anderson catches up with Hardeep Singh Kohli ahead of his Alternative, Fact stand-up show which lands at Bordon’s Phoenix Theatre & Arts Centre

Fighting Talk

Comedian Lucy Porter brings her smash-hit Edinburgh Fringe show Choose Your Battles to various venues near you this month. Peter Anderson catches up with her…

Food is the most powerful medicine

You’re in control: Food is the most powerful medicine known to humankind

Mulch in March

Mulching is an important part of garden maintenance; there are many types and many good reasons to undertake this now

Home truths

Liz Nicholls chats to Barry “Baz” Warne of The Stranglers

Bright Ideas

As winter rolls into spring, hunger strikes as our animal instinct is to fuel up. Our stomachs hanker for warm and comforting, yet nourishing food. Recipes from Katie Kingsley.

Winter Fuel

As the chill of winter …

Irises in February?

Would it surprise you to learn irises can flower for most of the year and there’s one for almost every situation in your garden?

Paloma power

We chat to musician Paloma Faith, 36, whose new album The Architect (with the catchy single Crybaby) is out now and who will perform a UK tour next month…

Treating urinary tract infections (UTIs)

You’re in control: Mark Bennett on breaking the vicious cycle of urinary tract infections (UTIs)

Sinless Sensations

With all the good intentions …

Delightful Daphnes

At the garden centre, in January, look for Daphne, a scented alpine or shrub

Up swing

Liz Nicholls chats to ballroom dancer Anton du Beke, 51, who last year married and became dad to twins and has just released his swing album From The Top

Some problems with coeliac disease

You’re in control: Getting the right diagnosis

What Katie did next

Liz Nicholls chats to philanthropist, writer, TV presenter and former model Katie Piper

Comfort & Joy

December is crazy-busy for one …

The Christmas rose

At this time of the year I like to add a twist to the tradition of Christmas and the plants that have become synonymous with it

How to deal with uninvited gas

You’re in control: Treating small intestinal bacterial overgrowth

Digging deep

Peter Anderson chats to history buff and television star Sir Tony Robinson.

Hydrangea heaven

I have always loved hydrangeas but I fear they do have an antiquated reputation!

Garden composting

Most gardens have a compost heap – more often an eyesore than a thing of beauty

Leaky gut

You’re in control: Perhaps a ‘leaky gut’ is making you ill?

Feel the Byrne

Jonathan Lovett chats to comedian, actor, writer and dad of two Ed Byrne, 45, who has just embarked on his biggest ever tour to date, Spoiler Alert, following a sell-out success at this year’s Edinburgh Festival

Hearty Heaven

Katie Kingsley serves up some …

Warming Wizardry

As we don our slippers …

Chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia and energy production

You’re in control: Explaining more about chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia and energy production

True Colours

Liz Nicholls chats to world-famous decorative painting expert and queen of chalk paint products, Annie Sloan, 69, who lives in Oxford.

Fruitful Pursuits

As August arrives, Katie Kingsley …

Full Floella

Liz Nicholls chats to Baroness Floella Benjamin, OBE

Pruning raspberries

Cathie’s tips to ensure a bumper crop of fruit whatever the season

The gut and mental health

You’re in control: Mark explores the gut and mental health

Lost & Found

Liz Nicholls chats to actor and musician Martine McCutcheon

Sumptuous Summertime

As August arrives, Katie Kingsley …

Soul Food

Katie Kingsley serves up some thoroughly wholesome yet joyful goodies to make the most of your summer!

Jackson Live!

Liz Nicholls chats to singer, songwriter, guitarist and dad Tito Jackson

Flower Power

Liz Nicholls catches up with the nation’s favourite gardener Alan Titchmarsh who turns 67 this month and has written more than 50 books.

You bet

We catch up with singer-songwriter Olly Murs, about life and music after The X Factor

Happy as Larry

Liz Nicholls chats to actor, radio presenter, dad and star of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Larry Lamb

Formula 1

We chat to former motorsport engineer and Formula One team principal Ross Brawn OBE

Vine and dandy

Liz Nicholls talks to comedian Tim Vine

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