Simon Heffer talks about his BBC4 programme looking at fifties British war films.
BBC Radio Lincolnshire
Puppies worth £9,000 have been stolen from Brant Broughton.
Dunham Bridge, diet tips from magazines criticised and when Walt visited Norton Disney.
William is here for your Boxing Day morning with music and more to help set up your day.
All the news, travel, weather and sport served up with a distinctive Lincolnshire flavour.
William discusses an £80 million grant for Thalidomide victims.
Lincolnshire gets 6.4 million pounds for road repairs.
News from the inquest into the death of Red Arrows pilot Jon Egging.
The build up to the Lincoln game against Mansfield in the FA Cup second round replay.
2011 Census figures show rise in the number of foreign-born people living in Lincolnshire.
News about the ambulance crash on the A16 at Sibsey in which a 75 year old patient died.
Reaction to the news that the nurse who took a hoax call at hospital has been found dead.
Visitors and traders talk about the first day of the Lincoln Christmas Market.
Thoughts on the Autumn Statement from Lincolnshire drivers, businesses and politicians.
A railway worker has died after being struck by a train while working on a track.