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Page: 87 Download (Duration: 3:50 — 3.5MB)Subscribe: Android | RSS On Thursday the 22nd of May, Lincoln will see the annual beer festival return to town. The festival will run from Thursday until Saturday the 24th of May with many brews and a range of live musicians on show. It will offer with over 100 beers […] Download (Duration: 4:21 — 4.0MB)Subscribe: Android | RSS As we come towards the end of term and exams at the University of Lincoln, wouldn’t it be nice to save some money before heading home for the summer? The TV Licensing is reminding those moving home for the summer from university, that they may be […] Download (Duration: 3:33 — 3.3MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSWith the local elections coming up next week on Thursday the 22nd of May, local authorities all across the country are being accused of putting road safety at risk. This is by failing to maintain the road markings on all roads and highways. Half of all the […] Download (Duration: 3:56 — 3.6MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSThis is the fifth annual dying matters awareness week and the theme this year is – Dying Matters: You Only Die Once. The annual awareness week started on May the 12th and runs until the 18th of May. Dying Matters is a national coalition set up by […] Download (Duration: 4:21 — 4.0MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSTo celebrate soundLINCS 15th Birthday the organisation arranged an event called B15 where over 350 musicians and singers performed. The performance which was to mark their 15th birthday celebration was performed on Saturday the third of May at the epic centre, Lincolnshire showground. Since then it has […] Download (Duration: 3:55 — 3.6MB)Subscribe: Android | RSS The Jazz Festival will come to Lincoln for its annual 9 day celebration of jazz music. The Lincoln Jazz Week festival started on Friday the 9th of May and will run until Sunday the 18th of May. Various locations hosted the events including Café Portico, Zing […] Download (Duration: 43:42 — 20.0MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSThis week we head uphill for an early morning visit to the area around Greenstone Stairs and the Bishops Palace where Paul channels the spirit of Kirsty and Phil to offer property advice, and Jonny sneaks in another moan about plastic windows.  Meanwhile, Paul talks to local […] Download (Duration: 42:02 — 38.5MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSPeter Smith is joined by PR lecturer Doug Brown and final year journalism student Dan Baker to discuss the last seven days in news – seeing what’s made the headlines and discussing why.

There are many great trumpet players in the world, but Bobby Shew is one of the greatest. Many trumpet players do not get the recognition they deserve; unfortunately, that’s the way of the music business. However, in the trumpet world, Bobby Shew is well known and highly respected. Not only is he one of the […] Download (Duration: 1:00:17 — 55.2MB)Subscribe: Android | RSSListen again to the programme that was broadcast on Siren 107.3FM on Friday 9th May at 7.30pm. MEP Candidates Bill Newton Dunn (Liberal Democrat), Brendan Clarke-Smith (Conservative), Katharina Boettege (Green Party), Roger Helmer (UKIP) and Linda Woodings (Labour), hosted by Siren’s Managing Editor, Andrew David, answer questions […]