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12th April 2011

Lincoln’s top stories on Tuesday 12th April. Plans for new marina in Lincolnshire Residents of Cherry Willingham in Lincolnshire have launched a campaign against plans to build a multi-million pound marina near their village. Although the new marina could boost the local economy and create jobs,  residents are worried that the development could see their village become a […]

Lincoln’s top stories on Monday 11th April New plans for Brayford Warf Walking by the water could soon be much fancier. Plans today unveiled by Lincoln City Council include giving the  Brayford Wharf better access for traffic and refurbishing empty buildings. Also included in the plans are the blue prints for more student accommodation. Siren FM’s […]

9th April 2011

Lincoln’s top stories on Wednesday 6th April. Elections on May 5th The Lincoln City Council is urging people to count at the elections on Thursday 5th May. The count, which will be for both the election and the referendum, will take place from 10pm on the day at the Lincoln Drill Hall. If you want […]

If you missed our live show this month, you can listen online to our edited podcast version right here! On this month’s edition of The Reading Room we talk to Irish poet Brendan Cleary who also performs two of his poems (including a world premiere just for us!). We also hear from our Australian namesakes […]

Lincoln’s top stories on Monday 4th April. Business Booming in Lincoln It appears business is thriving in our area following the results of a study by Royal Mail which revealed that Lincoln is the UK’s hot spot for business growth. In the last six months 100 new businesses have started up in the city. This brings the […]

1st April 2011

Lincoln’s top stories on Thursday 31st March. New financial year cuts The new financial year begins tomorrow, and with that comes the government’s austerity measures. As the government attempts to reduce the country’s debt, cuts of over £7 billion are being made to the public sector. Jack Dobson-Smith looks into what’s going to happen.  Have […]

Due to some technical difficulties this weeks edition of the No Adults Allowed YJA Takeover is brought to you a little later in the week and will be broadcast on Wednesday at 4pm.  We had a mixed team in the studio from both Walton Girls’ High School and the North Keseteven School.  In the studio […]

Siren FM is delighted to be part of an exciting and wide ranging project to send some of our interviews to a European radio network called Euranet –  Each week the production team headed up by Deborah Wilson, acting deputy head of the Lincoln School of Journalism, receives a briefing which gives our reporters […]

If you missed this month’s episode of The Reading Room, fear not – you can listen online right now to our podcast version. This month we tell you all about what we got up to on World Book Night when we gave away 48 copies of One Day by David Nicholls. We also speak to […]

The Young Journalist Academy Takeover is back to normal this week, all the news rooms have had a well deserved week off for half term and are recharged ready to bring you more shows for the rest of the term.  This weekend it was the turn of the Robert Pattinson newsroom, along with honorary member Guy from […]

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