One Stop Guide to.....Jesus!
Oxfordshire author Mike Beaumont is celebrating selling a hundred and twenty thousand copies of his last book - the "One Stop Guide to Jesus" - which has been printed in fifteen different languages.
Mike Beaumont, from Oxfordshire Community Churches, and presenter of the Journey's series on BBC Oxford, came in to the studio to tell us how much he learnt whilst researching for the book, and ponder how much of his book is lost in translation when it is published in Chinese!
It's only been a couple of months since the devastating earthquake hit Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince and it is so easy to forget about this once the cameras move on, but Oxfam's Ian Bray who recently returned from Haiti came in to highlight the on going dangers that the people of Haiti face.
Ian has worked for Oxfam for more than 10 years, with over 7 years experience as an aid worker in Indonesia and Southern Africa. As the rainy season is threatening to descend on Haiti in April, the makeshift camps which now house many of those who have lost their homes are at risk of floods and the spread of disease. For more information on what you can do to help, visit the Disasters Emergency Committe website at: http://www.dec.org.uk/
Cakes for Haiti
Phil also spoke to Janet Mohapi-Banks who is helping to organise a national cake sale to raise money for Haiti. So if baking is your forte, then find out how you can help at: http://www.cakesforhaiti.org/
Our paper reviewer this morning was Jo Duckles, editor from The Door.
Making Football History
Clare Marsh is making history today by becoming only the second woman to referee a championship football match. Her brother Chris will also be on the pitch as line's man. If you fancy becoming a referee there is a new course starting soon in Bicester, for more details go to: http://www.oxfordshirefa.com/splash.aspx