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Lettuce Voices, Doctor Who, Pirates of the Carribean and Bo the Canine

Elouise Sheehan, Beth Gulliver, Natalie Swain, Anna Lewis. William Coles, Philip Hurdwood, Alex Lewczuk, Angela Rippon, Arthur Weingarten, Jonathan Linsley and Robin Pierce travel around the topics with global glee in the latest Midweek Drive audio excursion.

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Inspired on Air March 2018

Sara Bullimore, Julie Ellerby, Ellen Grainger and Leonie Good focus on the Luminarium, Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, Beowulf, Ballet and the Newark Book Festival in a Spring Equinox themed World Happiness Day IOA.

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Captain Marvel, The Aftermath, Yajur, Countryside Lincs, Sci-Fi London and SciFi Weekender

Director of Communications at the University of Lincoln Elly Sample, Ben Lewis, Keera Allsebrook, Emma Street and Countryside Lincs very own Rosie Boycottbtravel with Alex Lewczuk to Gibraltar with Gabriella Peralta, London with Richard Fitzwilliams and Louis Savy, Newcastle with Arthur McKenzie, Singapore with Yajur and two-time fantasy award winner Paul Finch in the latest […]

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Engadin, GOSN, RATTS, Nine-Dart Finish, The Senton Bombs and Adrian Tchaikovsky

Elouise Sheehan, Beth Gulliver, Ben Sheehan and Alex Lewczuk introduce Hammie to an unsuspecting world, deal with social media outage, congratulate Bill Coles, look forward to SciFI Weekender Part 1, find out where in Spain Abigayle Lemay is and feature a Spring Rock Contest with some ace new musicians, duly commented on by Starburst lead […]

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Hope for Tomorrow

Written by on 13th October 2015

Hope for Tomorrow

 
 
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Shoppers and visitors in Lincoln’s City Square on Tuesday were invited aboard a mobile Chemotherapy Unit.

The new vehicle, funded by ‘Hope for Tomorrow’ and staffed by NHS nurses is one of nine county-based services in the UK which provide cancer treatment closer to patients’ homes.

Elizabeth Murray, formerly a Consultant Oncologist for The United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust, is a volunteer for ‘Hope for Tomorrow’ in Lincolnshire. She spoke to Siren FM’s Ed Wellman about the benefits for patients of the mobile units and the practicalities involved in providing this service in our county, which is one of 9 similar projects across the UK.

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