Siren FM’s Ed Wellman was there to talk to a Year 10 student, who founded and runs the school Book Club, and he also chatted to John Boyne before his presentation.
YouTube is invading Lincoln on Saturday for their second gathering event – where you can meet your favourite YouTubers in the daytime or see them play an incredible gig later in the day.
Charlotte Cochrane chatted to event organizers Elliot and Dean to find out about the YouTube Gathering event:
With the new arts and culture festival Lincoln Inspired starting next week, the No Adults Allowed team and Ed Wellman went to meet the people organising the event.
Hear their reports from the Lincoln Inspired Day on the high street…
On Friday the 18th of January, The Lincolnshire Young Journalist Academy (LYJA) hosted an event to celebrate the completion of the Journals Project.
The Journals Project, managed by the Mighty Creatives, was run in partnership with the Cultural Olympiad and aimed to encouraged over 1,000 young people across the region to record their thoughts and feelings in the run up to a during, the 2012 Olympics and it’s legacy.
The event at the Collection had workshops to help the archiving of the Project.
No Adults Allowed spent the day at the Collection to find out more: and you can hear the results of this on Tuesday, January 29th at 3pm.
You can also read the report from the Young Journalists at the YJA website here.
It’s been a while since we’ve posted on here and I’m not sure how much you know. So lets start from late 2012; we now have a show every weekday, that’s right Monday – Friday As for the team….well… they haven’t changed. The shows are stepping it up for 2013 and we’re already doing pretty well. For example we’re creating alot more content for you listeners.
The first Thursday show of January brought about us recording a video for your entertainment, it’s funny and you can check it out below.
Hope you’re enjoying the shows!
Siren FM was asked to produce a short film for the Radio Festival 2012 about what we do to get young people involved in radio… and in true Siren style, we thought why not hand over the reigns to our young volunteers and get them to produce it: and this is what they came up with!
The film was filmed and edited by University of Lincoln student Richard Wardle, and produced by Antony Cafferky, producer of No Adults Allowed.
Now I know it’s been a long time since I last posted and I do apologise for that, college is very busy. But After about a month of having no Tuesday show I finally got round to setting up a Thursday show with tons of amazing new features. So why not tune in at 3pm on a Thursday and give the show a listen, or if you want to interact with any of the shows go to www.facebook.com/noadultsallowed or www.twitter.com/noadultsallowed. Be sure to let us know on our social network pages if you liked it! -George
As part of the Torch Takeover coverage of the Olympic Torch Relay, Gav Roberts challenged the No Adults Allowed team to take part in their own Alternative Games.
You can hear the sports on the Torch Takeover and a No Adults Allowed special, but enjoy a selection of photos and videos from the day here…
Race 1: Sack Race
Race 2: Egg and Spoon
Race 3: Egg Throwing
Race 4: Whipped Cream
The podcast for the Tuesday show is up! All to replace todays missing Wednesday show. Hopefully this will make up for it since there hasn’t been a Tuesday podcast in a while
Unfortunately there will be no Wednesday show today because Megan has exams and I would rather use the time to revise as much as I can for my own exams.
To make up for the loss the Tuesday podcast for yesterday (15/05/12) will be uploaded for your listening pleasure and will be published at the same time the Wednesday show would start. Hopefully things will return to normal after the exams have finished