There's a special treat for L Word fans on this week's Radio DIVA

Rachel Shelley will co-host with comedian and author Rosie Wilby



This week on Radio DIVA there's an extra special treat in store for L Word fans. You've watched her star as Helena in one of the most popular LGBT+ shows of all time, you've heard her roving reports every week on Radio DIVA, and now you'll get to spend a whole hour in her company. That's right, the multi-talented and always awesome Rachel Shelley will co-host this week's episode with Rosie Wilby.


The dynamic duo have a cracker of a show lined up. Rachel and Rosie will be putting listeners' pet questions to TV vet Dr Judy Puddifoot of BBC2's Trust Me I'm A Vet. So if you have a query about your furry friend, make sure you tweet @RadioDIVA104_4 for a chance to have it answered live on air.


In addition, they will be talking all things LGBT charity related with Diversity Role Models' Arif Adam and Nuala O'Sullivan from LGBT+ helpline Switchboard. Our hosts will also be joined by ​author Laura Wake, who has just been longlisted for the Polari first book prize.


Plus you can look forward to amazing new music in the DIVA Discovers segment and catch up on all the latest LGBT headlines from chief lesbro Jonathan Phang.


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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