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This week we’re watching Alfred Hitchcock’s psychological thriller Vertigo starring Kim Novak and James Stewart.
Writer/Producer Philip Hurd-Wood makes a long awaited return to the programme and paves the way for a discussion on film.
Catherine Neish and the Wishful Thinking team look at Personality Disorder on Siren FM.
Daryl and Daniel talk about how gaming mods can enhance (or ruin) our gaming experiences.
Theresa May is set to become the United Kingdom’s Prime Minister following the withdrawal of Andrea Leadsom from the Conservative Party Leadership challenge.
Community music organisation soundLINCS have announced a brand new set of free taster sessions for their New Tricks project, offering older adults across Lincolnshire the opportunity to be a part of establishing new musical groups in various venues across the county. Whether you’re a child of the swinging 60s or the roaring 20s, if you’re […]
A leading provider of British Sign Language (BSL) and other deaf and deafblind qualifications in the UK has launched its search for the East Midland’s most inspirational people involved in the deaf and deafblind community. Signature has announced the opening of nominations for its eighth Signature Annual Awards, which celebrates people across the UK who […]
If you missed Sue’s Friday lunchtime show this week, you can listen to it here: Click below to hear the 11am hour: Click below to hear the 12pm hour:
Professor Jason Whittaker , Katherine Morten and Alex Lewczuk steer the show from Nashville to Manchester and Gibraltar/Barcelona with ace contributions from Cameron Tilbury, Lucy Beresford , Ed Fortune and Gabriella Peralta.