This week on Radio DIVA: Caroline Whitney Smith and Jacquie Lawrence talk Different For Girls: The Whole Story

Plus DIVA publisher Linda Riley and Pride in London co-chair Alison Camps discuss the anti-trans protesters at this year's parade


Twitter, Andrew Edgecumbe


It’s set to be another another fun-filled edition of Radio DIVA this week.


Our awesome hosts, Lip Service legend Heather Peace and hi-fricking-larious stand up comedian Rosie Wilby will be joined in the studio by the star of two acclaimed queer web series, Different For Girls and Her Story.


Jacquie Lawrence, the writer of DFG, will also be on hand to reveal all about the show, which premiered at a star-studded screening on Friday and is now available to buy or rent online.



Check out the trailer for this brilliant drama about the real queer housewives of West London, and then click here to watch Different For Girls: The Whole Story on brand new lez/bi channel, Lesbian Box Office.



Plus, following the anti-trans protest at Saturday's Pride in London parade by a group who call themselves "Get The L Out" (find out more here), DIVA publisher Linda Riley and Pride in London co-chair Alison Camps will be discussing the matter and taking listeners' questions. Do you have any questions for them? If so, tweet them @RadioDIVA104_4.



The final guest is groundbreaking playwright Claire Rammelkamp. She’ll be chatting about her dark feminist comedy, A Womb Of One’s Own, which is coming to The Kings Head Theatre this month.


Radio DIVA’s roving reporter Rachel Shelley has a very special segment lined up for your listening pleasure.


And, of course, our lovable lesbro Jonathan Phang (who also has a cheeky cameo in Different For Girls: The Whole Story) will be popping in to keep us up to date with all the latest LGBTQ+ headlines.


So make sure you tune in!


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. // //


Edit ModuleEdit Module
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Related Articles

Why feminists should care about sex workers' rights

Jo from F**k You Pay Me on how we can all be better allies to sex workers

Remembering our queer pioneers

David McAlmont shares a chance encounter with a lesbian icon, and discusses the mesmerising Girl Boy Child

The #Unity issue is out now!

Featuring game-changing women of colour, Black Lightning, Gabrielle and more


DIVA speaks to five game-changing women of colour to find out what unity means to them

Add your comment: