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Prince Andrew, `Marriage Story`, Faffing , Gifting, The Lincoln Eco-Workshop and Single-use plastic avoidance

Gabriella Peralta, Emily Boston & Keera Allsebrook. move from Gibraltar to London with Royal correspondent Richard Fitzwilliams, Tyneside with Ian Lennox, Eco-workshops at the University of Lincoln with Ellen Baker, time saving life tips with Ferne McCann, Gifting with Jez Rose, Bake-off Challenges with Williams Sitwell and the changing use of plastic with Miranda Krestovnikoff […]

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Dental History, Blind Dates, Matthew Hughes, Elles Bailey, Sarah Huntley, Abi Lemay and Robin Pierce

Wide ranging topics from street drinkers to political speech writing and music from Elles Bailey and Lisa Redford are at the heart of the latest Midweek Drive episode with a studio team comprising Tessa Snart, Natasha Armstrong, Eva Macdonald, Emily Boston, Alex Bilton, Beverley Spencer and Alex Lewczuk.

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Inspired on Air- The Lion , The Witch and The Wardrobe

The Professor, Mrs Beaver and The White Witch connect with Tessa Snart and Alex Lewczuk in a Pre-Christmas Lincoln Performing Arts Centre November special for IOA.

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Monster Bug Wars, Romance. Ann Charles, Annette Andre, Christmas Fairs and Photographic Art

Rock Art Photographer Nick Elliott, Anna Lewis, Keera Allsebrook, William Coles, Elouise Sheehan, Tessa Snart, Beverley Spencer, Ann Charles, Annette Andre, Emma Street, Zoe Jameson, Phil Leirness, Robin Pierce and Alex Lewczuk travel to Hounslow, Edinburgh, Arizona, Gloucestershire, Los Angeles and Wales in the latest packed edition of TMD.

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Food for Thought celebrates Lincolnshire Day

Written by on 3rd October 2012

A view of Lincoln | Photo: Charlotte Reid

On Monday 1st October it was Lincolnshire Day, a chance to celebrate all the best bits of Lincolnshire in one day. On the show I try to find out about cafes and restaurants in and around Lincoln and Lincolnshire who are doing the best to put the county on the map, but what foods does Lincolnshire produce? I spoke to Helen Scott who works on the Tastes of Lincolnshire project to find out more.

You can listen to my chat with Helen Scott here.

Also Lincoln is now home to a new year of university students who might be finding that shopping and cooking for themselves is a bit of a daunting prospect. So to help them settle in I chatted to Lizzie and Nick from Siren FM’s The Watercooler, who are students as well as radio presenters, for their student food tips.

Listen to Lizzie and Nick here.

Food for Thought will be back next week, but in the meantime you can listen to this week’s show in full here.