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Euro candidates to be grilled at live debate

Written by Åsmund Austenå Løvdal. In a bid to help young voters make up their minds Siren FM are hosting a live debate on Friday 9 May at 7.30 pm in association with The Lincolnite. The radio station now look for people to be part of the audience and ask the candidates questions.

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Siren FM named East Midlands Station of the Year

Lincoln’s first community radio station, Siren FM, has been named East Midlands station of the year.

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International award for tutor’s radio documentary

Sam Pidoux won two international journalism awards for her documentary “Love letters from home”, which followed her father’s time whilst out in Afghanistan.

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Siren embraces the community in the new year

Lincoln’s only community radio station is excited to present its 2010 line-up, with new presenters and fresh faces, set to reunite university students with the local community.

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Cinderella panto on a race against time

Siren FM will be showcasing an on-air pantomime with a difference this Christmas, courtesy of Alison Duncombe, the Terry O’Toole theatre administrator.

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Eye on SU Comms Officer candidates 09

The Linc caught up with this year’s candidates for the University of Lincoln Students’ Union Media and Communications Officer position.

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Free tickets to Lincoln City Night

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Bridge cultural gaps by research

Scholars in the Lincoln School of Journalism have set up a new research group – Media of Diaspora Research Group (MDRG) – to study the interrelationship between the immigrant populations and the media in Lincolnshire.

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