Listen again to City Vibe for 24th March 2017 presented by Matt Slater and Will Green.
One hour of everything you need to know in local news, entertainment and sport – produced by the team of third year Journalism students at the University of Lincoln.
National pie week has been going on all week, with various pie makers all over the country pay homage to one of Britain’s oldest snacks. The week began as a marketing campaign for a pastry company in the UK a few years ago, but quickly became a national event.…
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This week the team discuss Lincoln City, a well-known store is closing on the High Street, not for profit money lending, and St. Patrick’s Day.
Lincoln’s own independent film festival, Indie Lincs, has returned for a second year. The festival invites film makers from around the world to enter films made on a shoe string budget. To enter, short films (20 minutes and below) must have been completed on a budget of £5000 or less and feature films (above 70…
Presented by Aaron Renfree and Sam Kenealy, the City Vibe team with the latest for Lincoln.
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A Lincoln based charity has been using instruments and tablet apps to help young people living in challenging circumstances.
Lincolnshire residents get on their bikes!
Critics have described them as “cruel and degrading”, but are spit hoods about to be introduced by Lincolnshire Police? Police and Crime Commissioner Marc Jones is calling for these controversial hoods to be used by the county’s officers, joining a third of forces across the country who already do so. Siren FM went to Sheffield where…
They have been known to grace your TV screen, but last night Boston saw them in the flesh.
WAW, a wrestling company from Norwich, brought a bunch of burly wrestlers to the Boston Gliderdrome for what they called a super show.