This week on Radio DIVA: Author Stephanie Theobald, comedian Alice Frick and performance artist Ray Filar

Plus! Different For Girls star Victoria Broom co-hosts while her DFG co-star Rachel Shelley visits London's Oscar Wilde temple


Clockwise from top left: Victoria Broom, Stephanie Theobald, Rachel Shelley and Alice Frick.


Hello lovely DIVA folks. I know, how is it Tuesday already? Still, one GOOD thing about the weekends going so fast is that it means your next instalment of Radio DIVA is never far away...


This week's show's set to be a right autumnal gem as our flame-haired favourite and Different For Girls star, Victoria Broom, steps in to co-host alongside Rosie Wilby while Heather's away. 


Joining Victoria and Rosie, we have journalist and writer Stephanie Theobald who'll be telling us all about her book Sex Drive, detailing a "kinky American road trip in search of a female sexual pleasure revolution."


Sounds great, right?


She'll also be telling us all about the real life #SexDrive she took through the streets of Soho before the weekend (alongside one big, bold, beautiful "glitteris" – see Twitter for more)



As well as Stephanie, we'll have comedian Alice Frick in the studio chatting all about her new solo show and web series, What The Frick, which premiered recently in her native Austria.



On top of that lovely stuff, genderqueer performance artist Ray Filar will be telling the Radio DIVA lot all about their touring show, Non-Binary Electro Hour, a "tale of gender fluidity told in electro-punk form." 


Oh, and roving reporter (and L Word royalty) Rachel Shelley will be visiting South London’s Oscar Wilde Temple.


Plus! Jonathan Phang will be back with the latest #LGBTQI+ news from around the world.


Doesn't sound half bad, does it? 




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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