Ben Lewis, Heather Knox and Eva Macdonald connect with composer Luke Carradine to bridge Cannes, Lincoln, London, Edinburgh , Polyfest and the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra with Anna Lewis, Scott Harrison, Vix from Fuzzbox, Malcolm Tomlinson , William Coles and Alex Lewczuk.
A Lincoln Book Festival and LPAC Pop-Out Theatre special with Julie Ellerby, Michael Blackburn, Emma Kenny, Gemma Malley , Ian Richards and Tracy Borman
Executive Chef from Rockliffe Hall Aaron Craig, University of Lincoln Events Officer Heather Knox, Tessa Snart, Shaeleigh Mackenzie, Lauren Wood and Alex Lewczuk move from Anna Lewis in Twickenham to William Coles in Edinburgh. Baylen Leonard and Leah Ross discuss the Birthplace of Country Music and their upcoming festival in Leicestershire followed by Native Voices […]
Florence Langhorn concludes her expedition to the East Midlands and is formally welcomed as a Midweek Drivette by Anna Lewis in London, William Coles in Edinburgh and studio copresenters Malcolm Tomlinson, Dr Amy Culley and Drill Hall maestro/writer Phil Hamlyn Williams. With additional debuts from singer/songwriters Liv Austen and Sally Barker coupled with news of […]
Few could’ve expected professional voice actor and veteran DJ Steve Downes, best known as the voice of the Master Chief from the Halo series, to appear for an interview on The Cyber Den. It’s certainly one of the show’s best interviews to date, spanning from Downes’ contributions to radio, how he acquired the iconic voice […]
Professor Jason Whittaker shares his latest news on the topic of William Blake with Anna Lewis before discussing the new University of Lincoln Guardian masterclass programme with William Coles. Writer/musician John Robb then discusses his upcoming Lincoln Book ferstival talk on the history of punk music and USA SFX editor Tara Bennett previews the upcoming […]
With the UK space agency`s Human Spaceflight and Microgravity programme manager, Libby Jackson, Soundlincs very own Lauren Wood,arts consultant Sara Bullimore, the New Lincoln Theatre Royal`s Amelia Chambers and Alex Lewczuk the latest IOA is quite literally out of this world !
The first midweek drive for August brings the programme debuts of Neil & Lucy-May Jackson and Founder of Money Mum Gill Fielding
William Coles launches the programme from an iconic Scottish location before Anna Lewis reports in from the Victoria and Albert museum in South Kensington.
SFX Editor Richard Edwards launches the programme from the San Diego Convention centre followed by William Coles in Winchester.