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The first of a brand new Arts and Culture show for Oxfordshire! The show is written and presented by James Roscoe and aims to be a whats on guide and review for the arts in Oxfordshire. You can contact the show by emailing email@example.com
We're considering changing our name to OxCrox! A few weeks ago we watched a crocodile hatch at 'Crocodiles of the World' with Sean 'Croc Man' Foggett. This week, we were invited to watch the Morelet's Crocodile eggs hatch at Cotswold Wildlife Park! We grabbed the camera and headed over there just as the final baby was starting to emerge.
We met up with Lisa to find out about her forthcoming book 'Soul Journey' In which, she reveals her own mantra for living and shares other women’s celebratory journeys over adversity. Visit http://www.lisacherry.co.uk for further information.
We went to the Cotswold Wildlife Park to speak to Matthew Jones about the book he's written called Rhino's on the Lawn, which tells the story of the park from it's beginning. We also had time to have a look around the park and find out what activities are happening over easter.
Oxfordshire Cotswolds held a celebration on Friday the 16th of March for English Tourism Week. We went a long to find out what it was all a bout and spoke to many of the guests including Lady Penelope Cobham, Chairman of Visit England, David Curtis-Brignell, Chairman of English Tourism Week, 'Croc Man' Shaun Foggett and Hayley Beer of West Oxfordshire District Council. They all told us about the great work being done to promote tourism within the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. Also there was a surprise visit from Prime Minister David Cameron who had just flown in from New York in the morning, Mr Cameron spoke to us all about tourism and how much he believes it's a vital part of getting the county and the country back in business.
Blenheim Palace has reopend for 2012 with it's very first art exhibition - a display of work by the renowned 20th century British artist, John Piper (1903-1992). We went along to speak to Jeri Bapasola the curator of the exhibition and also spoke to Hannah Payne, PR & Marketing Manager at Blenheim about the reopening and the new visitors centre, restaurant and cafe that will open later this year.
There's a huge amount of activity throughout October at Oxford Castle. Up until 1996, the castle was a prison! Are you brave enough to visit? For more information, head on over to http://www.oxfordcastleunlocked.co.uk.
The Knights of Royal England entertained the crowd at Blenheim Palace earlier this month with their medieval (mediaeval? one of those!) talents. Jousting was the main dish of the day and was served with great enthusiasm and skill. For more information on when and where you can see more of The Knights Royal go to http://www.knightsroyal.co.uk and for more events at Blenheim Palace head on over to http://www.blenheimpalace.com.
Thousands of people attended the 2011 CLA Game Fair on it's return to Blenheim Palace. The CLA Game Fair offers something for everyone, from show jumping to clay pigeon shooting or dog training to fly fishing it's all there. Rich and Gav went along to see what it was all about.
Cast your minds back to that one day of snow we had in December 2010 while the rest of the country was pretty much hit hard. We took out the OxboxTV sled and popped over to the CWP to check how the animals were doing. Most stayed in the warm but a few came out to see what all the fuss was about.
We took a trip down the Oxford Canal with Andy Pugh from Carterton. He bought his two dogs Charlie & Phoebe along too, summer's coming and it's a great time for walks around Oxfordshire. There's plenty to see and do in our county, you've just got to stop and look once and a while.
Half Term and Cotswold wildlife park add a special twice daily feature talk with keeper 'Davide Frigo' all about Parrots. We also stopped by for lunch with the Penguins and took a look at some of the park's newest arrivals.
Oxford Natural History Museum and Pitt Rivers open their doors for the evening with live music and attractions in the Natural Histiory Museum and Pitt Rivers plunged into darkness and only negotiable by torch light!!