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`Where`s Winter`, BHF, LACO. San Diego. LA and Scotland

Elouise Sheehan, Abigayle Lemay, Bethany Gulliver, Ben Lewis and Alex Lewczuk connect with Anna Lewis in London, Children`s author Erin Rounds in Vermont, The British Heart Foundation`s Gary Burr in Lincoln, Executive Director of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra Scott Harrison, Producer/Writer Arthur Weingarten. ace music journalist Paul Zollo and screenplay specialist William Coles in […]

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Inspired on Air February 2019

With features on Miss Galaxy Lincolnshire aka Jasmine Foley, National Love Your Pet Day and Staycations, IOA sees out the Winter with a flourish.

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The Events Guide: 19th to 26th February

Take a look through some of the events taking place in and around Lincoln.

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The Events Guide: 12th to 19th February

Take a look through some of the events taking place in and around Lincoln.

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Emily Jackson, Nathan Speller and Alex Douglas take a look at the week-just-gone in Lincoln, with the help of the Siren News team.

It will cost nearly a billion pounds to fix all of the potholes in the East Midlands, a new study from the Asphalt Industry Alliance has found.

This week the University of Lincoln are hosting a Medieval Week in Celebration of the Middle Ages.

We spend roughly a third of our life asleep, or at least we should.

No Smoking Day was celebrated nationally on Wednesday, in an effort to raise awareness for the cause.

ONE in FOUR Brits are at risk from going blind from preventable conditions, new data has found. Whilst Glaucoma is entirely preventable, almost TWO THOUSAND people in Lincoln currently suffer from it.

The life-saving charity LIVES has received an exemplary report from the Care Quality Commission.

Emily Jackson, Nathan Speller and Alex Douglas take a look at the week-just-gone in Lincoln, with the help of the Siren News team.

Today, on International Women’s Day, diversity is the topic of conversation.

Public Health England has launched a campaign urging Brits to watch what they’re eating.