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There are currently seven radio presenters that broadcast via Oxbox Radio.
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Chief sports reporter on Jack FM for six years. Produced and presented the station’s popular flagship live show, the Big Banana, which provided live commentary of all Oxford United matches from 2007 until 2013.
Can often be found all over the county, searching out sport, sport and more sport, and if not, he’ll be munching a “Bells Burger” in Kidlington.
Selfy’s co-commentator and right hand man on the Big Banana for five years, much of which he spent hiding behind a microphone interviewing angry Oxford United managers.
Works in the press office for Oxford City Stars and can often be found in the queue at the Swinford toll bridge, or munching a “Dead Elvis and Sci-Fries” on the Cowley Road.
A bit of a music annorak with a talent for cooking and talking rubbish. His first record bought was Wee Rule by the Wee Papa Girl Rappers, it couldn't get much worse. Bilbo lists The Beatles, Queen, Clapton, Fairport Convention and Billy Bragg as his "Musical Hero".
Former part time Big Banana Boy, “the Shipping Forecaster” James is our resident ice hockey expert, and well-known Oxford United fanatic and Twitter personality.
'The Morecambe Clapper' knows his video games and can often be found on social media extolling the virtues of the pub, video games, OUFC, the pub, Oxford City Stars, and the pub. His views on certain exiled rugby union teams are currently unclear.