15
Aug
2019

`Blinded by the light`, `Apocalypse Now`, The British Isles , Sleep Diets and Japan

Natasha Armstrong, Sam Biggs, Alex Lewczuk, Richard Fitzwilliams and Ian Lennox launch the latest Midweek Drive Morning edition which features returning souls Alice Teacake and Stephanie Romiszewski as well as Dr Ava Easton, Rugby legend John Bentley and PR expert Kerry Hopkins.

15
Aug
2019

Global Grad, Jenna Greene, Morrisey Marshall , Continental Cycling and poetry competitions

Natasha Armstrong makes a splendid Skype return to co-hosting midweek drivette duties and together with Chloey Rose, Emma Street, Fergus Jeffs and Alex Lewczuk welcome magician David Fox and Steff, Georgia and Ged Wright to the programme which moves from Lincoln to London to Croatia to Canada to Dublin to Belgium to Wales and Los Angeles via Anna Lewis, William Coles, Jenna Greene, Greg Marshall, Fien Hiel, Tessa Snart, Robin Pierce and Phil Leirness.

15
Aug
2019

From Mountains to Molecules

Josephine Westlake, Holly Norton and Fergus Jeffs take another amazing audio journey through the worlds of climate change, Foss Dyke digs, science in the news and the rapidly becoming classic Fact or Alternative Fact feature in the second episode of FMTM.

14
Aug
2019

The Lazenby Scarecrow festival, Arden University and young entrepreneurs

Alex Lewczuk in conversation with Liz Robinson with news of the East Cleveland Lazenby Village Scarecrow Festival followed by the Deputy CEO of Arden University Victoria Stakelum and the AAT`s Director of Strategy and Professional Standards Adam Harper.

13
Aug
2019

BOTM Special `The Golem of Seagale`

A summer special book of the month with writer Jennie Finch reading her own awesome short story `The Golem of Seagale` followed by the thoughts of Rob Nichols, York Atkinson and Alisha Sulieman.

9
Aug
2019

Influencers and Burnt-out Britain

York Atkinson and Alex Lewczuk welcome Alisha Sulieman form Middlesbrough College to the latest Friday sequence which focusses on the role of social media influencers with Lisa Binderberger from Boon Creative Lab in Austria and then discussing how to tackle the growing challenge of exhaustion with Miss Nutritionist aka Rosie Millen.

9
Aug
2019

FMTTM The Podcast Boro vs Brentford

York Atkinson, Alisha Sulieman and Jennie Finch join Rob Nichols in the first official companion podcast for the gold-standard of fanzines ( Fly me to the Moon ) and discuss Boro`s changing position under Jonathan Woodgate- featuring poetry from Jimmy Flynn, and highlights from Stanistan, Paddy Dillon, Isaac Johnson Cadell and Neil McCarthy . Includes thoughts on the 3-3 epic with Luton Town as well as welcoming the visitors from Brentford.

8
Aug
2019

`Fast and Furious : Hobbs and Shaw`,`Animals` Cycle to work`, Encephaltis , Pensions advice and Miles for Refugess

Gabriella Peralta, Jo Westlake, Fergus Jeffs, Alex Lewczuk, Richard Fitzwilliams, Ian Lennox, Honey Langcaster-James, Nicola Parish, Nick Chamberlain, Adrian Warren, Dr Ava Easton, Dr Rochelle Smith, Alex Fraser and Kadar Omar address a number of key cultural and health isssues in the second TMDME for August 2019.

8
Aug
2019

Jim Christina, Richard Strange, Tessa`s Top Tune and Post Grad Open day

William Coles reports from Croatia and investigates Sam Biggs about the upcoming University of Lincoln Open Day after which Jim Christina discusses podcasts, radio and the American Wild West with Alex Lewczuk, Zoe Jamison connects with Fergus Jeffs from Dublin, Richard Strange explains his Lou Reed connection, Tessa Snart unveils her top tune of the week, Robin Pierce briefly addresses `The Boys` from Wales and Phil Leirness has some sombre reflections on the recent shooting tragedies in the USA from Los Angeles.

1
Aug
2019

Robert Llewellyn `The Current War`, `Marianne and Leonard` Jeff Brazier & Rosemary Shrager

Fergus Jeffs, Alex Lewczuk and Jo Westlake celebrate Yorkshire Day with Robert Llewellyn on electric cars, Richard Fitzwilliams on recent films, Chloey Rose on being back from Spain, Ian Lennox on the `Whay Eye`, Jeff Brazier on the future of the high street, Alex Fourlis on work within the fossil fuel industries and Rosemary Shrager on kitchen safety.