There were a number of interviews about the lakes, and npower's capitulation on Radio Oxford on Wednesday night. They were on the Bill Heine show, hosted by Joel Hammer, as Bill has flown home to be inaugurated president of the USA or some such. So if you work your way to the listen again page:
What do you get? The Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday shows. Wednesday, that's been censored. You can't replay the interviews with those that saved the lakes. What are the BBC hiding? Did someone say something critical of their friends at npower? Typical BCC and just so typical Radio Oxford. Just can't tackle the big issues without running scared.