Suicide Squad, the Oscar-winning comic book movie, is getting a sequel! Understandably, this is a big priority for Warner Bros. But until they can move ahead, like any other film, they need to have a story in place. Showbiz gossip suggests they are already on top of that with Adam Cozad tipped to write the […]
Over the years, what young people have been up to has varied a lot. This means that the trends have changed with them. The machine challenge, the bottle flip challenge, the dangerous and daring knife game are just a few of the things people have been up to. Now comes the fidget spinner. The fidget […]
Youtubers have been posting lots unboxing videos of the squishy toys, and people are spending thousands of dollars on these toys.
An Irish family has achieved fame by videoing their daily life and publishing on YouTube: “Welcome to our lives! We are the SACCONEJOLYs Irish vloggers living in London, we upload videos of our life together everyday!” When Jonathan Joly married Anna Saccone they both decided that instead of Anna dropping her family name they […]
To celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Battle of Lincoln and the sealing of the Charter of the Forest, 36 sculptures will shortly appear across Lincoln to form a Knights’ trail. Schools, like Heighington Millfield Primary Academy, have been joining in the fun too! (See Part 1 here.) After a workshop and a brainstorm of […]
At Sincil Bank today, 96-year-old Dambusters hero George ‘Johnny’ Johnson received a standing ovation and a rousing rendition of the Dam Busters March from fans as he emerged onto the pitch. Here’s a look back to his YJA interview:
The Young Journalist Academy has launched an innovative piece of tech to their newsrooms that is set to take the journalism world by storm.
CBeebies’ controller Kay Benbow told itv.com, “The beauty of Teletubbies is that it absolutely focuses on the very youngest audience.
This week at Monks Abbey Primary School in Lincoln students were getting prepared for the performance of their life.
Recently, Young Journalists from Heighington Millfield Primary Academy were at Lincoln University to record their very own radio programme for Siren FM. The one-day sessions were quite intense and involved the nerve-jangling experience of going live on air for their 30-minute show. Typically, teams of 5 were formed consisting of two main presenters, […]