This week on Radio DIVA: Anna Hart, Barbara Brownskirt, and Berenice Scott
Plus! DIVA's Roxy Bourdillon gives us the lowdown on the new issue of DIVA and Rachel Shelley chats all-things-summer-holiday ☀️
Clockwise from top left: Anna Hart, Barbara Brownskirt, Rachel Shelley, and Berenice Scott
In their final show before the Radio DIVA summer break, Rosie and Heather get into the holiday mood as they speak to culture, lifestyle, and adventure writer Anna Hart about her first book, Departures.
I’ve been rained on for four days solidly at @PortEliotFest but my talks went well & my books sold out, so my ego stayed cosy. Which is obviously the main thing. Thank you, @colinbookshaped @Taffyagent @Ronnniejohns @PortEliotEstate pic.twitter.com/aAdSe9EfC1— Anna Hart (@AnnaDotHart) 30 July 2018
As well as all of that sun, sea, and travel writing, Radio DIVA favourite, 197 bus stop poet, and Judi Dench mega-fan, Barbara Brownskirt, will be in the studio ahead of her Edinburgh Fringe debut.
“Stronger than a man, simpler than a child, her nature stood alone.”— Barbara Brownskirt (@BBrownskirt) 30 July 2018
Today #POET #EmilyBronte would have been 200 if she hadn't caught tuberculosis from the Moors.#MondayMotivaton #KateBush
Barbara Brownskirt | The Normal Day | Penge https://t.co/gtRINQllSG via @YouTube
Plus, musician Berenice Scott will be chatting about on her new band, Afterhere, alongside band member, Heaven 17’s Glenn Gregory, and DIVA deputy editor Roxy Bourdillon will be in the studio talking about the latest August travel issue — did we mention the mag's had a bit of a summer-shaped makeover?
She's looking, fierce...
And last but certainly not least, roving reporter Rachel Shelley has a special holiday-themed report and everyone's favourite lesbro, Jonathan Phang, will be back with the very latest in LGBTQ+ news from around the world.
Make sure you tune in this Tuesday!
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