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Radio Hope's Red Nose Day!
Thank you to everyones support and contributions to Radio Hope's fundraising events for Comic Relief 2013! We managed to raise a cracking £130!
Radio Hope's Red Nose Day!
Join us for two days of fundraising! Main event 14th March 8-11pm Our Place, Fancy dress, Dj's, Key rings, face painting and much more!
Cake Sale 12pm Gateway building Thursday the 14th of March!
Hockey Penalty Shoot out Friday the 15th March 4-5pm at the astro pitch!
Unfortunately shows between the hours of 9am-6pm will be cancelled on Monday 4th March and Tuesday 5th March.
Joe Stilgoe on 'wingin it live 3-5' with Matty and Ian!
If you missed it here's Daniel Leung's Audio Report from Leicester revealing the findings of King Richard III
King Richard III
The search for King Richard III is now over, with scientists and academics at the University of Leicester confirming today (Monday 4th February) the body discovered in a car park in Leicester are the remains of the late king.
The search began last year with archaeological digs on car parks in Greyfriars Street, near the Leicester Cathedral of St Martin, where a memorial tomb to Richard III already exists. The king, who reined from 1483-1485 is thought to have been buried in the Church of the Grey Friars which once stood on the site of the former grammar-school car park after defeat in the Battle of Bosworth in 1485.
The discovery of remains in September of the late king display battle damage as well as curvature of the spine, combined with the fact the body was discovered on the Greyfriars site was an early indicator that the bones were that of King Richard III. In addition, the body was found where the choir of the church would be, a significant place of prominence for notable people. He was the last English king to be killed in battle; his death prompting the start of the Tudor era. Pictured is the skull of the body found at the Greyfriars car-park. Today’s announcement comes after months scientific testing including genealogy testing of King Richard III’s bloodline.
Our reporter Daniel Leung presented the announcement live on Radio Hope in a special outside broadcast at 10am
Is this the skull of King Richard III? Join Daniel Leung from 9.50am on your university station, live from leicester to find out!!
will the car-park body be King Richard III?
Sonya Titus in Radio Hope Studios Fri 1st of feb'13 Tune in Wingin it live 3-5!
If you like classic, though, slightly quirky and unpredictable song-writing with innovative and hopeful lyrics then you may want to take a listen. If one must compare, her voice has the smooth, easy listening stylings reminiscent of Joni Mitchell and Sheryl Crow with slight Alanis hints. With summery sounds and great rhythms, Sonya sights a wide range of influences. Her organic talent has been nurtured from a young age. Living in the US, Australia, Norway, New Zealand and now, London, has allowed her art to develop naturally taking in influences across the board.
iPhone 5 gets mixed reaction14/09/2012
Apple's product releases are usually well anticipated, the iPhone 5 was no different. The technology giants announced their new device this week, shortly after an announcement of the release of a new 4G network in 16 UK cities including Liverpool.
Consumers and critics have had their say, some believing that the latest phone isn't enough of an improvement on the previous model, the 4s.
Pre-orders for the new iPhone were still enough to cause traffic problems on Apple's website this morning, and it appears that critics comments won't be enough to put off avid Apple consumers.
Below is a Radio Hope feature from todays show. This includes an interview with Dr. David Reid, Senior Lecturer in Computer Sciences at Liverpool Hope University followed by a forum debate with Laura Tucker, Chief editor of Apple Magazine (USA) and disgruntled iPhone user Stephen Maunder.
Phil Munns reports to investigate just what are the key features of the iPhone 5.
Business Secretary's proposal to cut unfair dismissal claims14/09/2012
The Business Secretary Vince Cable is laying out plans in an attempt to make it easier for firms to get rid of under performing staff.
But other proposals - allowing bosses to 'fire at will' have been dropped.
Mr Cable has said that the government is trying to find a balance.
I spoke to a builder Stuart Singleton who is the owner of a small to medium construction company, his views on the business secretaries proposals?
Young people are on the rise in falling into the NEET category14/09/2012
Why are young people falling into the NEET category, well if you don’ know what NEET is, it’s nothing to do with being tidy and groomed. It stands for Not in Education, Employment or Training. The Employment centre and many other professionals who work with young people have given their views.
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