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The University of North Texas in London

Andrew David and a team of visiting students from the University of North Texas takeover the airwaves.

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Owls, The Eton Affair, Tessa Snart, Foam, Lettuce leaves and Dark Phoenix

Beth Gulliver`s final Midweek Drive before her global expedition begins features Anna Lewis in Kew Gardens, William Coles in Edinburgh, Melissa Wild on Tea, Fergus Jeffs on avoiding coffee, Tessa Snart commenting on Ed James` latest single, Alan Stevens discussing the latest `Celestial Toyroom`, Phil Hurdwood reprising his classic lettuce story , Robin Pierce discussing […]

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American Cousins June 2019

https://media.blubrry.com/sirenfm/p/mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/ew4wxg/AMERICAN_COUSINS_June_2019-By_Andrew_David-RFTX_Podcast.mp3Live from his man-cave in LA, join Bruce K. Rosenblum our West Coast Correspondent and Siren’s Andrew David live in Lincoln for 58 minutes of incisive, exciting, edgy and fun filled chat ranging from President Trump to Prime Minister May and taking in MASH, NCIS LA, Mike Farrell and how to be inspiring amidst the […]

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Into the Guardian Top 20 for University of Lincoln

https://media.blubrry.com/sirenfm/p/mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/7hpbsv/TOP_20_UNIVERSITY-By_Andrew_David_and_Toby_Wilkinson-RFTX_and_Pod.mp3Toby Wilkinson, one of the University of Lincoln’s most senior members of staff, explains just why everyone’s so excited by the latest Guardian University Guide tables which has the University in the top 20.  He’s in conversation with Siren’s Andrew David

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Graduation, Roadkill cuisine, Oregon Shakespeare festivals and Jean-Luc Picard

Written by on 6th September 2018

Executive Chef from Rockliffe Hall Aaron Craig, University of Lincoln Events Officer Heather Knox, Tessa Snart, Shaeleigh Mackenzie, Lauren Wood and Alex Lewczuk move from Anna Lewis in Twickenham to William Coles in Edinburgh. Baylen Leonard and Leah Ross discuss the Birthplace of Country Music and their upcoming festival in Leicestershire followed by Native Voices founders Jean Bruce Scott and Randy Reinholz, `Dr Trek` Larry Nemecek, and directors Graeme Harper and Phil Leirness considering TV viewing habits and the correct pronunciation of Cecil B Demille.