Lucy Spraggan Is On This Week's Radio DIVA

Plus celebrity astrologer Michelle Knight chats to Heather Peace and Rosie Wilby.


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In this week's episode of Radio DIVA, our amazing hosts Rosie Wilby and Heather Peace will be chatting to one of our favourite singer-songwriters, Lucy Spraggan.

 

Since rising to fame with her hilarious self-penned X Factor audition song, Last Night (Beer Fear), Lucy has carved out a successful career in the music industry, with sell-out tours and four albums to date. Her latest offering, I Hope You Don’t Mind Me Writing, is a stunning collection of songs and well worth a listen.

 

Lucy, who is the cover star for our upcoming landmark 250th issue, told us:

 

"It's a real pleasure to be the cover star for such a prestigious issue of DIVA magazine, we had such good fun shooting it. Looking forward to chatting to Radio DIVA about that and everything else going on at the moment."

 

Also featuring in this week’s episode is renowned astrologer Michelle Knight. The 21st century psychic, bestselling author and TV personality has a thriving YouTube channel with over 60,000 subscribers. We can't wait to find out more.

 

In the regular DIVA Discovers segment, singer-songwriter Miri will be playing the piano and singing live. Plus resident lesbro Jonathan Phang will be on hand to fill us in on the latest LGBT news headlines.

 

Make sure you tune in for another fantastic show.

 

You can listen live to Radio DIVA at 6.30pm every Tuesday (on Resonance 104.4FM and DAB in London and online at player.resonancefm.com) or catch up anytime at mixcloud.com/resonance.

 

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