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Lincoln Drill Hall, Performance Poetry , Carson Vaughan and Podcast #4000

The four thousandth Midweek Drive podcast has a spooky feel with Phil Hamlyn-Williams, Tessa Snart, Keera Allsebrook, Fergus Jeffs, William Coles, Alex Lewczuk, Carson Vaughan, Zoe Jameson, Linda Blair, Phil Leirness and Robin Pierce coping with unexpected noises and events throughout.

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The one with the Ukrainian Cowboy and Jeffrey A Carver

Elouise Sheehan and Alex Lewczuk host a pre-Halloween midweek drive with William Coles in Edinburgh, Arthur Weingarten in San Diego, Jeffrey A Carver in Boston, Zoe Jameson, Tessa Snart, Richard Edwards, Phil Leirness and Robin Pierce.

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Inspired On Air October 2018

Featuring a Pantomine location report from Rory McGowan at the New Theatre Royal Lincoln, some teasing hints from Arts Festival Coordinator Sara Bullimore and some extraordinary canine friendly features with Jo Hemming and Annabel Karmel MBE

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The Third Man, Hibernation, Lucy Porter, Slomo and Lisa Snowdon

Rory McGowan, Emma Street, Eleanor Lodge, Phil Leirness, Richard Fitzwilliams, Mirian Akhtar, Lucy Porter,Chloe Rose, Gordon Bell, Ian Pearson, Ryan Pearson , Lisa Snowdon and Alex Lewczuk move from classic movies to confidence , travel trends and ferry entertainment in the latest TMDME episode.

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I: Jerusalem

Professor Jason Whittaker 19th September 2018

William Blake – poet, painter and printmaker – has long been held as one of the greatest poets of the English language. In this series Professor Jason Whittaker examines the impact Blake’s work has had on music over the last hundred years. The series begins by looking at the music inspired by one of William Blake’s most famous works: And Did Those Feet In Ancient Times, commonly referred to as Jerusalem.

So, “Did those feet in ancient time, walk upon England’s mountains green, and was the holy lamb of God, on England’s pleasant pastures seen?” Professor Whittaker examines the text to find the answer.

William Blake: The Man & The Music is produced by Siren Radio in partnership with the Lincoln School of English & Journalism. First broadcast on 19th September 2018.