The Wolds Words festival shares the limelight with the Lincoln Performing Arts centre as Sia Matturi, Ben Lewis and Alex Lewczuk connect with writer Stephen Wade and Stuart Gordon in the latest episode of inspirational events in Lincoln and Lincolnshire.
It will cost nearly a billion pounds to fix all of the potholes in the East Midlands, a new study from the Asphalt Industry Alliance has found.
Meanwhile ONE in FIVE roads in the UK are now classed as being structurally poor compared to ONE in SIX last year.
Today's Siren News team have looked into...
This week the University of Lincoln are hosting a Medieval Week in Celebration of the Middle Ages.
There are several events happening through the week across the city.
Additionally at the end of the month Lincoln Castle is also celebrating its 950th birthday.
Here's Nathan Speller and the Siren News team with more (Broadcast: 20.03.2018).
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We spend roughly a third of our life asleep, or at least we should.
Many of us struggle to regularly find eight hours of quality sleep, even though we're aware that a lack of sleep is bad for you.
But exactly how bad is it? Here's the Siren News team with more (Broadcast: 15.03.2018)
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No Smoking Day was celebrated nationally on Wednesday, in an effort to raise awareness for the cause.
Siren Radio Day Editors Annabel and Kathie sat down in the studio to discuss this campaign. (Broadcast 14.03.2018)
Two-way by Annabel Alston and Kathryn Daniels.
ONE in FOUR Brits are at risk from going blind from preventable conditions, new data has found.
Whilst Glaucoma is entirely preventable, almost TWO THOUSAND people in Lincoln currently suffer from it.
Nathan Speller and the Siren News team have more on this story, in the light of World Glaucoma Week (Broadcast: 13.03.2018).
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The life-saving charity LIVES has received an exemplary report from the Care Quality Commission.
After an inspection last month the CQC identified that there were no areas within the charity that required improvement.
Here's the report from Monday's Siren News team (Broadcast 12.03.2018)
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Emily Jackson, Nathan Speller and Alex Douglas take a look at the week-just-gone in Lincoln, with the help of the Siren News team.
Broadcast on Sunday 11th March, 2018 at 3PM.
Presented by Emily Jackson, Nathan Speller and Alex Douglas.
Today, on International Women's Day, diversity is the topic of conversation.
Business experts discussed the importance of diversity in today's LIBS Connect event, hosted in the Engine Shed.
Here's our report (Broadcast 08.03.2018).
Package by Nathan Speller, Alex Douglas and Sammy Ramsbottom.
Public Health England has launched a campaign urging Brits to watch what they're eating.
The One You campaign hopes to tackle the UK's problem of obesity.
Here's our report (Broadcast: 07.03.2018).
Package by Emily Jackson and the Wednesday Siren News team.