Julie Ellerby, Michael Blackburn and Alex Lewczuk connect the Frequency Festival, Disaster Party, The Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, the Permanent Smilers and the Komposit Poject in the latest arts packed edition of IOA.
This week the team look at what is going on with the ‘old’ £1-coins, a privew of the upcoming Cathedral Cup, the new floating restaurant destined for the Brayford Pool, and a look into the Sausage Festival and the Frequency Festival. Plus, a look ahead to some of the other events taking place over the weekend.
Singer/Songwriter Elles Bailey makes a welcome return to the programme in the midst of her latest UK tour before author/musician/photographer Paul Zollo discusses his outstanding writing work with Tom Petty and many more. The programme concludes with a special Birthday greeting for a member of the Snart family !
This weeks stories include a look at a protest against drone strikes, celebrating Oxfam, Lincoln City players being nomiated for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards, and could new 3D eye tests help improve our sight?
https://media.blubrry.com/sirenfm/p/spoilerpodcast.podbean.com/mf/web/qjreee/Ep03_Amanda_Forbis_and_Wendy_Tilby_mixdown.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 36:12 — 24.9MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSIn the third in a short series of very special episodes of Spoiler, Andy pushes on with his mission to convince the world that animation is an under appreciated, magical medium by interviewing some of his favourite animators. In this episode Andy talks to Canadian animation team Wendy […]
https://media.blubrry.com/sirenfm/p/spoilerpodcast.podbean.com/mf/web/n9r6q8/Joanna_Quinn_mixdown.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 28:23 — 19.6MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSIn the second in a short series of very special episodes of Spoiler, Andy is given free rein to wax rhapsodic about the medium of animation and interview some of his heroes from the animation community. In this episode Andy talks to British animator Joanna Quinn, creator […]
Dr Charlotte Fereday and Jordan Poulton discuss the tech gender pay gap, Alex Lewczuk and TV Critic Kevin O`Sullivan consider the most popular comebacks from Take That to Doctor Who. Hayley Hasselhoff then addresses body image with Shaeleigh Mackenzie before Psychologist Emma Kenny and optometrist Niall O`Kane reflect on the importance of crying and Dr […]
Themes & Schemes With Peter Smith Thursday 21st September 2017 | 14:00 – 15:00 Join Peter Smith for the latest edition of Themes & Schemes on Siren Radio. This month Peter looks into the world of books.
In which Molly, Gus and Professor Matthew Cragoe connect from Penang ahead of the 4th International Student Conference.
Michael Blackburn and Alex Lewczuk focus on the Lincoln Gothic Book Festival with ace writer Kerry Drewery and Dr. Jim Cheshire as well as covering Lincoln Lights ahead of the upcoming Sept 29th event and previewing many of the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre`s Pop-Up attractions.