This week on Radio DIVA: Kate Devlin, Peter Groom, and Fringe! Film Festival programmer Tara Brown

Plus! Heather Peace pre-records a session with YouTuber and DIVA Music Festival performer Hannah Trigwell πŸŽƒ


Clockwise from top left: Kate Devlin, Peter Groom, Hannah Trigwell and Fringe! Film Festival


Autumn is upon us, friends – and what a lovely time of the year it is, don't you think? πŸ‚


It may be a little chilly out there, but there's nothing like snuggling up with a cuppa' and the lovely lot behind Radio DIVA. So what's in store this Tuesday evening?



This week, presenters Rosie Wilby and Heather Peace chat to author, academic – and sex-robot expert – Kate Devlin about her book Turned On: Science, Sex and Robots. (Oo-er)


The idea of the seductive sex robot is the stuff of myth, legend and science fiction but beyond the fantasies there are real and fundamental questions about our relationship with technology as it moves into the realm of robotics. And that's exactly what Devlin's book explores.


Tune in on Tuesday as Kate answers all the questions you and the Radio DIVA team have ever had about sex robots (Halloween-shaped questions more than welcome...)



On top of all of that sauce–cery (geddit?) actor, dancer and theatre-maker Peter Groom will be in the studio talking about his one wo(man) cabaret Dietrich: Natural Duty and Fringe! Film Festival programmer Tara Brown will have the latest on one of London's favourite queer film fests.



Oh, and while roving reporter (and L Word royalty) Rachel Shelley is away, Heather Peace has an exclusive pre-record with YouTuber and DIVA Music Festival performer, Hannah Trigwell. 


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


Fancy it? Get the kettle on and we'll be tuning in with you – just watch out for all of those ghosts and ghouls out there...



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 πŸŽΆβ€‹



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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