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The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Northampton was on NLive Radio talking about the impact of the new Waterside Campus on the town centre. Chancellor the Rev Richard Coles and Vice-Chancellor Professor Nick Petford have both featured on the Adrian Pryce show. Prof Petford said: “A disused brownfield site is being brought back to life […]

In the beautiful setting of Northampton’s Market Square students from the local University put a consciously modernist interpretation to Mozart’s great work. When writing this piece Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was very aware of his own mortality and, indeed, the Requiem was unfinished on his death at the tragically young age of 35. and many scholars […]

NLive Radio was broadcasting from the 11th Northampton Music Festival as the town showcased it’s amazing breadth of talent. Stages in the town centre hosted everything from gospel to jazz as crowds enjoyed the free entertainment and the better than expected weather. One Northampton reveller Sarah said: “I was here with the family to support […]

Is there anyone out there who wants to buy a Magic Bean? That is the question on the lips of Northampton’s coffee and cake lovers with the news that the popular St Giles Street cafe will close if no-one comes forward. Owner Michella Dos Santos posted on Facebook this week that she was planning to […]

NLive Radio presenter Nik Stevenson completed the London Marathon to raise money for the Movember Foundation. It was Nik’s first marathon and also the hottest London Marathon on record but that did not stop the Northampton priest. He reported to followers on his Facebook page: “Scraped in under 6hrs, my watch recorded temperatures of over […]

Hundreds of mourners packed into Three Counties Crematorium to pay tribute to NLive Radio presenter Nathan Wiseman-Trowse today. Nathan, whose daytime role was Programme Leader for popular music at the University of Northampton, was celebrated by friends, family and colleagues in a touching thanksgiving service attended by so many people they were forced to stand […]

Friends and colleagues of NLive Radio presenter Nathan Wiseman-Trowse have been paying tribute to him after his sudden death at the end of last week. Nathan created Avant Pop on a Friday night and produced the Shoetown Sounds gigs along with Rachel Schouten. He was the Programme Leader for music at the University of Northampton […]

There were 4000 schoolchildren and acres of exhibits at the Big Bang science festival at Silverstone – and NLive Radio was there too broadcasting live from 10am until 1pm. Here are some of our pictures of the event:

Our very own Rich Beeby had a conversation wtih Siobhan Nicholas 23 January about the new play at the Royal and Derngate, opening 2 February.  This historical and touching play is only open for one night. Siobhan chats with Rich about her inspiration for the piece:  click on the photo for the interview.

Three local heroes were recognised for their work in our community as part of the NLive Christmas Day breakfast show. Richard Beeby started the surprises by recognising the work of Darren Jones who volunteers for Elsies Cafe, part of the Real Junk Food Project.  Darren spoke to Richard on the show about the festive feast […]