Siren FM’s Theatre Critic, Henry Deighton, has been speaking to the Director of a new performance taking place at the Lincoln Drill Hall this week.
For the past two weeks Siren FM welcomed nine extremely talented work experience students. The week one group had this to say: “This week we have been doing a variety of tasks for work experience at Siren FM. Our names our Nathan, Alice, Ollie, Jordan & Alicia – we are from William Farr School. Arriving at Siren…
His is a name we might not all be familiar with, yet the life and work of George Boole has had a profound impact on our daily lives.
Tonight is the night that the Waterside Shopping Centre will be keeping its doors open late for the annual Student Lock In.
Phase One of the International Bomber Command Centre project is now complete with the Memorial Spire and Wall of Names officially unveiled.
Wales lose three men to injury but come back from a 10-point deficit to beat World Cup hosts England in a thrilling encounter at Twickenham. It was a game of two halves, as Wales came from seven points down to edge England 28-25 in a pulsating Pool A match at Twickenham. Comprehensively outplayed in the…
The Rugby World Cup is a men’s rugby union tournament contested every four years between the top international teams. The tournament was first held in 1987, when the tournament was co-hosted by New Zealand and Australia.
http://media.blubrry.com/sirenfm/p/www.sirenonline.co.uk/media/audio/news/LINCOLNBIG.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 3:59 — 3.6MB)Subscribe: Android | RSS Once again Lincoln’s Waterside Shopping Centre is holding its annual student shopping night. Held on Tuesday 6th October (6-9pm) the evening will feature many of the centre’s shops offering discounts and other goodies for the students. The event will also feature special guest Lydia Bright, star…
Today marks the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain which has been described my historians and veterans alike as a pivotal moment on World War Two.
800 years ago on a meadow on the bank of the River Thames in Runnymede, Surrey, the foundations of democracy were put to parchment.