Comedian Elf Lyons joined by singer-songwriter Fuzzy Jones on Radio DIVA

Plus hosts Rosie Wilby and Heather Peace and DIVA Magazine’s Roxy Bourdillon


Clockwise from top left: Elf Lyons, Fuzzy Jones, Heather Peace and Rachel Shelley.


Hosts Rosie Wilby and Heather Peace will be joined in the studio by comedian Elf Lyons this week.


Described by The Guardian as “A fast talking, smart-thinking standup for whom the adjective 'kooky' could have been invented for”, Lyons told DIVA earlier that she’s:


“Super excited to be returning to DIVA radio to chat about lovely queer comedy things. In particular SWAN at the Soho, Hilda & The Spectrum at the Glory and 'Tony Law & Friends ON ICE' at Alexandra Palace! I love DIVA and everything it stands for.”


As well as Lyons, there’ll be the Leeds-based, award winning singer-songwriter Fuzzy Jones.


Miss Jones herself likes to describe her music as “a tea party with Joni Mitchell and David Bowie, where Burt Bacharach occasionally pops by for a coffee”. Citing influences from musicians such as Bobbie Gentry, Grace Slick and David Bowie, to Jazz greats like Billie Holiday and and alt-folk artists of now, Jones will be performing live in the studio.


"It's really cool to be invited by Rosie and Heather on the show and that they're supporting so much new music!" Jones told DIVA this afternoon. 


"I will be choo-chooing it down from Leeds and can't wait to play in the big 'ole smoke. It's been a while." 


On top of these two lovely guests we’ll also have DIVA Magazine’s Roxy Bourdillon telling us all about the new issue of the magazine, our roving reporter Rachel Shelley reporting back after her charity zip line in aid of Diversity Role Models, and our resident lesbro Jonathan Phang bringing you the very latest in LGBT news!


Listen live to Radio DIVA at 6.30pm every Tuesday (on Resonance 104.4FM and DAB in London and online at or catch up anytime at



Only reading DIVA online? You're missing out. For more news, reviews and commentary, check out the latest issue. It's pretty badass, if we do say so ourselves. //


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