Vix shares her latest musical odyssey with the Midweek Drivettes before award winning playwright Dawn King discusses `Brave New World`, Food Historian Seren Evans-Charrington, & Harvester Restaurants Jo Hudson consider changing food fashions and Starburst Lead Writer Ed Fortune reflects on the programme with Alex Lewczuk, Emma Tinson and Eva Macdonald
Presented by Rachael Lowes and Alex Sheldon, listen again to the this Friday’s programme. We’ve taken out the song ‘Will you help this child’, sung by children from Cherry Willingham Primary School, because we’d like you to buy a copy of it for Children In Need. You can do that by following the links on […]
Young singers from Cherry Willingham Primary School with their song for Children in Need 2015
http://media.blubrry.com/sirenfm/p/spoilerpodcast.podbean.com/mf/web/7mp5fu/SomeLikeItHotFullShow_mixdown.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 42:26 — 29.1MB)Subscribe: Android | RSS “You tore off one of my chests!” This week we don our wives’ best frocks and stockings as we watch the 1959 Billy Wilder comedy Some Like It Hot. Although acknowledged as a classic of its time, it turns out Spoiler’s Andy Goulding hates this film […]
Emma Tinson, Eva Macdonald, Claire Margerison connect with ace Appachelux singer Louisa Strachan, Blues Guitarist Stephen Dale Petit, Bafta award winning Director Graeme Harper and Editor of the legendary SFX magazine Richard Edwards and cover a panorama of perspectives from music to Bond and beyond
On Tuesday afternoon 26 pupils from Heighington Millfield Primary Academy visited the International Bomber Command Centre to place poppies on the memorial walls.
A regular presence on the Lincoln music scene for the past few years, Gone To The Dogs are a lively trio that seek inspirations from their different cultural backgrounds: Irish, Scottish and English. Two of their members, Andrew Sutherland and Daithi O Geanainn spoke to Drivetime presenter Sebastian Edgington-Cole and played a couple of their tracks from […]
presented by Natalie and Mike, the team consider the merits of online versus analogue, in terms of television viewing. Produced by Rory and George. Listen again by clicking below. Headspace on Siren FM – 4th November 2015 by Headspacelincoln on Mixcloud
http://media.blubrry.com/sirenfm/p/spoilerpodcast.podbean.com/mf/web/n8hmgv/03BackToTheFuturefullshow_mixdown.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 44:06 — 30.3MB)Subscribe: Android | RSS “I guess you guys aren’t ready for that yet. But your kids are gonna love it” This week we’re binge-watching the entire Back To The Future Trilogy and, while there’s no argument about the brilliance of the original, we ask whether Parts II and III were […]
“It’s not really about anything. It’s about an hour and a half.” So said Ed Byrne when talking to the Sorry for the Inconvenience team about his upcoming Lincoln show, Outside, Looking In.