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The Harrogate Spring Flower Show,Batteries, Craig Charles, Marina Sirtis, Robin Pierce and Spectres method acting

Abigayle Lemay`s final Midweek drive for the foreseeable future launches with NEHS Flower Show Director Nick Smith followed by the bagpipe playing heroics of writer William Coles, Climate protests with Anna Lewis, Maigret and Murder She wrote Producer Arthur Weingarten, legendary Star Trek Actress and Tottenham supporter Marina Sirtis, Starburst Lead writer Robin Pierce and […]

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Inspired on Air April 2019

Commencing with a Rory McGowan/ Emma Street review of the Lincoln New Theatre Royal Easter Pantomine and moving into the work of Komposit with Jo Freya and Chelsea Buckthorp followed by Sam from the RSPCA with a heartfelt canine adoption story, Chloey Rose and Alex Lewczuk present the latest IOA episode.

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Countryside Lincs 2019

In which Ben Lewis and Alex Lewczuk experience the awesome world of Countryside Lincs 2019 at the Lincolnshire Showground. Featuring Jane Hague, Lizzie Owens ( Ladies in Pigs ) Red Hill Farm, Lime Tree Pantry Foods, Mr Hudal, Heckington Windmill, Heritage Lincolnshire, Viking Leatherworkers, Authentic pottery makers and balladeers, Louth Tractors, The Sheep Show, East […]

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Sci-Fi Scarborough 2019 A Midweek Drive on location report

In which Elouise Sheehan, Emily Hartley and Alex Lewczuk investigate the 6th awesome Sci-Fi Scarborough event and produce an epic collection of audio nuggets.

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Newvolutions: The Passion Of Pedro Camacho

Written by on 24th January 2016

Photo: School of Fine and Performing Arts/University of Lincoln

Photo: School of Fine and Performing Arts/University of Lincoln

In a 1950s radio station, somewhere in Latin America, Pedro Camacho writes and directs a series of novelas – radio soap operas – that capture the mood of the times as well as Camacho’s own fascination with humanity.

Loosely based on the Mario Llosa novel Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter, the piece explores the comedy and tragedy of Camacho and his regular cast of actors, as the stories gradually begin to reflect their own relationships in ways that are both surprising and life-affirming.

Performed live at the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre on Sunday, January 17th 2016 by students from the University of Lincoln’s School of Fine and Performing Arts.

You may want to be aware that some of the themes in this radio play are of a mildly adult nature, although there is no bad or foul language.