http://media.blubrry.com/sirenfm/p/media.sirenonline.co.uk/audio/news/lcu.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 14:54 — 13.6MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSThe Lincolnshire Children’s University was launched at 5pm on Friday 24 October, and Siren FM was there. The new university rewards young people for taking part in extra-curricular activities. And, graduation will include a full ceremony and gown. Various schools and venues in the area will offer classes…
One-off specials, documentary features and special reports on Siren FM.
Dr Anna-Marie Roos and Dr Nigel Bickerton with a special review of Gravity Fields, including The Correspondance of William Stukeley and Maurice Johnson 1714 – 1754. The letters cover the development of the Spalding Gentlemen’s Society.
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Chrissi and Jason dropped by the Siren studio to tell us all about an incredible 2 week volunteer and adventure program in The Amazon, Fiji, South Africa and South-East Asia.
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Dr Anna Marie Roos from the School of History and Heritage and her co presenter on “History of Science”, Dr Nigel Bickerton were given a tour of the Royal Society’s vaulted archives.
Click above for another chance to hear a programme that we broadcast on Father’s Day, in which Richard Horatio Blair, the adopted son of author George Orwell, share his memories of his father with Siren FM’s Zara Healy.
Students from Year 7 at St Christopher’s have been working at Siren FM this term as part of their Light and Sound project. Over the weeks, they have produced lots of audio at the radio station and back at the school which was broadcast on Siren FM as part of the morning show. The students…
http://media.blubrry.com/sirenfm/p/media.sirenonline.co.uk/audio/ewellman/posterngate2.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 2:45 — 2.5MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSSiren FM’s Sebastian Edgington-Cole has been digging into some hidden local history. Fifteen feet beneath the hustle and bustle of everyday Lincoln lies a hidden vault – and a gateway to the city’s long-forgotten past. Once a busy entrance to the ancient Roman city, Posterngate is now…
But what do we really know about Dyslexia?
Siren FM’s Gemma Benefer and Hannah Butcher have been finding out what it is, and how the many challenges can be overcome.
Inspiring words from many people means this is a must listen-to documentary.
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The Darkness performed at The Engine Shed on Tuesday 26th November, and spoke to Siren FM’s Nicky Wells and Tom Stevens.
http://media.blubrry.com/sirenfm/p/media.sirenonline.co.uk/audio/acafferkey/Learning%20Design%20Network%20-%20Siren%20FM%20Special.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 33:36 — 30.8MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSFollowing a ground breaking event at the University of Lincoln involving designers and educators in Lincoln and Chicago at the end of August this year, Andrew David met the inspiration behind the event, Doris Wells- Papanek via a Skype link to Chicago, together with Professor Anne Chick…