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Our Banburyshire Show guests this week are;
Guest presenting the show is West Banburyshire correspondent and OxCopy owner Chris Hogan. Also known as ‘always-on-the-spot-reporter Chris. Can also be found supporting Oxford United.
Jill Huish and Kitty Cragg are back for their second appearance on the show. Both entertained us with their wit and local insights last time. Expect much of the same.
Our third guest is local musician Paul Gibson. This is Paul’s first time on the show.
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First up is Jill Huish where we hear an update on the campaign to save Oxfordshire’s Children’s Centres
Part two with Jill, this time we ask the Proust Questionnaire. Fascinating.
Lastly, Jill give us her thoughts on, the AMAZINGLY good, the terribly bad, and downright ugly about the area.
Next up is Kitty Cragg. We hear a little of what she is doing to help promoting the bustling music scene in Banbury
Kitty gives us more musical insights about her part in the music scene in Banbury. We also get to hear what Kitty considers the good, bad, and ugly of the area. Engaging.
Our last guest on the show is Paul Gibson. He explains what part he is playing in the music scene in Banbury. And beyond.
Paul gives his thoughts on the good, the bad, and the ugly of the area. Compelling.
Lastly, this time we ask Paul a few questions from the Proust Questionnaire.
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Guest presenting the show was Banburyshire Food critic Deborah Menikoff Simmons.
We enjoyed the company of Peter and Hilary Allison, the owners of iconic shop Trinders. The oldest toy shop in Banbury, if not the local area.
We also welcomed well known local photographers Becky Moyce and Ivor McCullagh into the studio for their first time too. They are the two photographers behind the brand Vine House Studios.
The Banburyshire Show is broadcast on Puritans Radio based in Spencer Stadium, the home of Banbury United every Thursday from 10am until 12 noon.
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