Our sports correspondent Sarah Gomme is in Henley this morning and sent us this picture of Sir Steve Redgrave setting off for his part in the torch relay.
South Oxfordshire District Council say they think about 7,000 people turned out to watch the torch in Wallingford.
Our reporter Divya Kohli is in Henley-on-Thames where crowds are lining the streets waiting for the arrival of the Olympic torch.
Gold and white tracksuit - check, Olympic Torch - check, mobile phone - dropped on the road. French chef Raymond Blanc was so focused on carrying the flame, that he dropped his mobile phone in the street.
Our sports correspondent Sarah Gomme and cameraman Steve Cottrell at the Leander Club in Henley-on-Thames with 1948 Olympian Michael Lapage. The silver medallist will lead a guard of honour for the torch when it arrives at the rowing club, escorted by Sir Steve Redgrave.
Chef Raymond Blanc built up a head of steam running with the Olympic Torch in Wallingford. The conjurer in the kitchen was tweeting this morning about his excitement. Mr Blanc runs the Michelin-starred Le Manoir restaurant at Great Milton near Oxford.
Waiting for the torch in Wallingford, spectators haven't let the rain get in the way of watching the flame make its historic journey towards the Olympic stadium.