Catch up with Park the Bus for Monday, October 8th. The topics covered this week: United’s best performance of the season against Newcastle City’s clean sheet and Micah Richards or Jonny Evans? Arsenal looking good Norwich looking not so good Chelsea for the title?
This month, The Reading Room Book Group reconvenes to review young adult sci-fi novel The Rise of Nine by Pittacus Lore. Paul Tyler and regular reviewer Gill Hart are joined by Georgia Twynham who, as author of The Thirteenth series, knows a thing or two about writing for young adults. There’s also poetry from Andrew […]
Hello and welcome to Connected on Siren FM! Jon Cresswell here, and every week I’ll be joined by Darren Cooke to go through all things fun. Here on the website we’ll be posting our best bits, links to stories we chat about and a little bit more. Here we go then… On episode 1, we’re […]
On Monday 1st October it was Lincolnshire Day, a chance to celebrate all the best bits of Lincolnshire in one day. On the show I try to find out about cafes and restaurants in and around Lincoln and Lincolnshire who are doing the best to put the county on the map, but what foods does […]
Catch up with Park the Bus for Monday, October 1st. The topics covered this week: Arsenal’s defending, has it been over-hyped? Where do Manchester United need to improve? How have our teams fared? Liverpool won! But we still think they’re rubbish.
Shar Doherty, via telephone link from Glasgow, joins the American Dream Team on Siren FM to talk about Matchbox 20. Shar won a Twitter competition to see them live and have a meet and greet with the band, including singer/songwriter Rob Thomas.
Live set Local singer/songwriter Michael Reeve performed two of his songs live in the Siren FM studios on the American Dream Team on Tuesday 25th of September. Listen to his excellent set here: Interview As part as his visit to Siren FM, we spoke to Michael Reeve discussing his time travelling and working in the […]
On this episode: Liverpool vs. Manchester United – Was it a red card? Arsenal in ascendancy (Sort of) Lollerpool Steve Kean Norwich and Peterborough’s woes
Crime writer John Connolly visited Lincoln on Tuesday Sept 11th as part of a tour to promote his new book, The Wrath of Angels. The American Dream Team was very fortunate that John was able to visit the Siren FM studios before his appearance at Waterstones and discuss his life and work.
In another of our special extended monologues, this month The Reading Room presents The Barraclough Newsletters…. Bunny Barraclough is a real pillar of her community – a leading member of the local amateur dramatics society and ladies luncheon club, respectable housewife and mother of two loving children. Join us for her bi-annual round-robin newsletters has […]