Bringing cancer treatment closer to home
http://media.blubrry.com/sirenfm/p/media.sirenonline.co.uk/audio/secole/HONEY.mp3Podcast: Download (Duration: 7:57 — 7.3MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSNew figures released by HomeHalo reveal that children younger than eight years old are already mastering technology including tablets and mobile phones, before they can even read. A poll of Netmums subscribers revealed that 2.1 million UK households now have eight or more gadgets that are accessible […]
Same name, same time. New sound, new line-up! Listen to the latest for Lincoln with Lucy & Martyn.
Alex Crawford joins Eva Macdonald and Alex Lewczuk and explores the latest maple Star Musical Choice, compares Jersey to Greece, finds out about retail etiquette with Claire Rayner and the art of irritation with premier comedian/writer Mark Thomas
Owner of `The Book Corner` in Saltburn Jenna Warren discusses the National `Bag a Book` event before Marketing and Communications Officer extraordinaire Emily Marrin explains the many and varied treats offered by the LA Zoo Association, writer Jennie Finch comments very briefly on the Rugby World Cup and Director Phil Leirness concludes the programme with […]
Hosted by the University of Lincoln, Future Fest was a showcase of past, present and future technological innovations. Attended by a variety of guest and members of university staff, as well as TV presenter Jason Bradbury, there was lots to see and do, including getting your hands on old, present and future video game consoles and […]
The Cyber Den – 7th October 2015 by Jake The Voice on Mixcloud Jake and Aston are back once again with the weekly, two-hour discussion on the latest news in the world of video games. They’ll also be covering the latest game releases, answers to the previous Question of the Week from their wonderful listeners, […]
“None of you have any business on the radio,” says comedian Ray Peacock to a crack team of Sorry for the Inconvenience presenters. “Get off the radio, go and play, then come back when you’re 30.” Ray is coming to the Engine Shed tonight (6 October) at 7:30pm with his tour Here Comes Trouble, and spoke to the […]
Listen to find out how local youngsters use the power of music to help a local & international charity.
Tonight is the night that the Waterside Shopping Centre will be keeping its doors open late for the annual Student Lock In.