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Arthur Weingarten, Marc Watson, Angela Lewis Brown and Strictly

Elouise Sheehan. Eva Macdonald. Anna Lewis , Tessa Snart and Alex Lewczuk move from London to San Diego and Calgary with Marc Watson, focus on the music of Katee Kross and Angela Lewis Browne, discover a new part of Northamptonshire with Zoe Jameson, discuss dance with Strictly`s very own Kristina and welcome Phil Leirness, David […]

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Emma Tinson, Charlie Capper, Laura Moncrief, The London Marathon, Kaldor City and Robin Pierce

Entertainment news, `Street Lights` , `How to Travel the World with only a Carry-On`, Jodie Whittaker`s Doctor Who ` and the weekly Most Valuable Contributor Award all form part of the menu with Alex Lewczuk , Zoe Jameson and Eva Macdonald`s latest Midweek Drive.

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London, Edinburgh, Cornwall, Canada and Wales

The 2020 Midweek Drive season launches with Alex Lewczuk, Beverley Spencer, Anna Lewis, William Coles, Tessa Snart, Zoe Jameson, Sarah Huntley, Abbie Lemay, Gwyneth Griffiths and Robin Pierce sharing their thoughts and life lessons in quirkiness

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Mobile phone contracts, `The Two Popes`, `Atlantics` and top Christmas music for pets

Gabriella Peralta, Rory McGowan, Emma Street, Andy Webb, Sue Douthwaite, Louise Glazebrook, Richard Fitzwilliams, Roisin Bulger, Alex Lewczuk and Joe Lee discuss movies, affordable art, favourite festive songs for pets, SME growth forecasts and saving money on mobile phones amongst many other topics in the latest Morning Edition of 2019.

Background

Public File

Last Updated: 4th June 2019

Ofcom, the regulators of radio in the UK, require every radio station to publish and keep up-to-date a ‘Public File’ to let you know what the station is required to broadcast as part of it’s licence. The links below comprise the Siren Radio (Siren FM) Public File.

A hard copy of the public file is available and will be posted out upon request by anyone who requires a copy.

About Siren Radio

Siren Radio is the first community radio station based in the historic city of Lincoln, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom.

We are based at the University of Lincoln and have strong links with the various teaching departments across the campus. Many students present on Siren Radio for both coursework purposes as well as to learn and refine their skills.

Siren Radio is fully funded by the University of Lincoln and therefore doesn’t run commercials to maintain our budget.

We are a fully licensed Ofcom community radio station with a target audience of 9-25 year-olds and fully staffed by volunteers. The majority of our volunteers are within our target age range also.

Music

Siren Radio broadcasts a wide and ever growing range of music to our audience. The majority of our play out is based around the current hits, but we also have specialist music programmes that focus on genres ranging from rock, pop, jazz and many more.

Our music database is managed by us all. If you have any comments about the music we play please email: music@sirenonline.co.uk

Station Contact Details

There are several ways to get in contact with us at Siren Radio:

Reception – Telephone: 01522 837337 or email reception@sirenonline.co.uk

Managing Editor (Andrew David) – Telephone: 01522 886001 or email adavid@lincoln.ac.uk

Management Office – Telephone: 01522 886814 or email adavid@lincoln.ac.uk

Studio – Text: 07797800716 or email studio@sirenonline.co.uk

Siren News – Telephone: 01522 886036 or email news@sirenonline.co.uk

Music – music@sirenonline.co.uk

Events – events@sirenonline.co.uk

Work Experience – workex@sirenonline.co.uk

 

Address

Siren Radio

University of Lincoln

Brayford Pool

Lincoln

LN6 7TS

 

Chair of the Advisory Board – Julian Free

Managing Editor – Andrew David

Programming

View our Schedule – click here

View our Shows – click here

Complaints

If you aren’t happy with something you have heard on Siren Radio, read on our website or social media accounts then please do get in touch. You can email complaints@sirenonline.co.uk. You can also call the Managing Editor, Andrew David, on 01522 886001.

If you feel that your issue has not been addressed to your satisfaction you can also contact our regulator, Ofcom.

Ofcom is the independent regulator and competition authority for the UK communications industries, with responsibilities across television, radio, telecommunications and wireless communications services. You can directly access their website here (and complete the simple online form. Alternatively Ofcom deal with complaints by phone between 0900 and 1730, Monday to Friday. The number for the Ofcom Contact Centre is 020 7981 3040. The fax number is 020 7981 3334. If you are deaf or speech-impaired, you can use the Textphone number 020 7981 3043 to contact Ofcom. Please note that this number only works with special equipment used by people who are deaf or hard of hearing.