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BBC Radio Oxford

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BBC Radio Oxford is the BBC Local Radio station for the English county of Oxfordshire, broadcasting on 95.2 FM via the Oxford transmitter, on DAB and online.Wikipedia

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85,000 listenersRAJAR June 2016
29 October 1970
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historyFormer names:
BBC Radio Oxford
BBC Thames Valley FM
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placePostal address:
269 Banbury Road
phoneTelephone - reception:
phoneTelephone - studio:
webOfficial website
emailMain email
[email protected]
emailPersonal email
[email protected]
emailStudio email
[email protected]

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Ali Dawes Head of News
Ali Jones Presenter
Bill Heine Presenter
Bill Heine Presenter
Bill Rennells Presenter
Charles Nove Presenter
Chris Wood Producer
Dave Gilyeat Presenter
David Prever Presenter
Henry Wymbs Presenter
Jerome Sale Sports Editor
Kat Orman Presenter
Malcolm Boyden Presenter
Marianne Bell Programme Director
Steve Woodhall BBC Local Radio Music Manager
Tim Smith Presenter
Tony Gillham Presenter
Will Banks Station Manager
Will Gompertz Presenter

…at BBC

Chris Roberts Project Engineer
Fran Unsworth Director BBC World Service Group
Helen Boaden Director of BBC Radio
James Harding Director of News and Current Affairs
James Purnell Director of radio education arts music learning and children
James Purnell Director of Strategy
Tony Hall Director-General

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