Thursday 19th October: Songs for the salad bowl
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Smacking children, Henry Blofeld, Chris Packham, Camping
Harry Parkhill marks the 125th anniversary of the death of Alfred Lord Tennyson.
House prices down, community lunch club, adopters needed in Lincoln
Carla's here with the Golden Year and entertainment news for your weekday afternoon.
In the first hour, Melvyn asks where the worst place in the county for fly tipping is.
The lively way to start your day with Scott and the Breakfast Show team.
News, travel, weather and sport served up with a distinctive Lincolnshire flavour.
A priest talks about the birth of her son and the Muslim midwife who helped her.
3000 fly-tips were cleared up last year
Police are using video games for training
Hula the lonely whooper swan is whooping for joy after being reunited with his friends
Joining the search for missing R5682 75 years on
Stuart Parker from Lincolnshire Ramblers gives his verdict on Scott & Corazon's challenge
More than half of under 65s who are eligible for a flu jab in Lincolnshire don't get it
A lively start to your day with Scott and the Breakfast Show team.
Leader of Lincolnshire County Council, Martin Hill answers your questions
Amy Claridge meets Lincolnshire food producers, and cooks up some treats in the kitchen.
Sean Jackson in session, Borders talk gigs & we announce November's Plugged lineup!
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Walking the Viking Way to raise money for BBC Children in Need.
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