This week on Radio DIVA: Taz Thornton, Naomi Paxton and The L Word's BETTY
Plus! Rachel Shelley meets artist Amy Douglas-Morris to chat about her short, Calls To Caracas
Clockwise from top left: Taz Thornton, Naomi Paxton, Rachel Shelley and BETTY back in the '80s!
Remember, remember the SIXTH of November – 'cos Radio DIVA time is back on the air.
This Tuesday, presenters Rosie Wilby and Heather Peace meet award-winning coach, author and motivational speaker Taz Thornton, followed by academic and performer Naomi Paxton who'll be speaking about her National Theatre exhibition, Dramatic Progress: Votes For Women And The Edwardian Stage.
The team will also have the latest in The L Word's "house band" BETTY's series from the New York lez/bi/queer scene.
On top of all of that lovely stuff, roving reporter (and fellow The L Word favourite) Rachel Shelley meets artist Amy Douglas-Morris, to chat about her Channel 4 commissioned piece Calls To Caracas for Random Acts.
Had enough corruption, guns, misogyny, racism, anti-semitism, homophobia, hatred, attack on the environment? GET OUT AND VOTE ON TUESDAY. It's up to US. pic.twitter.com/yKmivRS93o— BETTY Music (@bettymusic) 3 November 2018
Plus! Lesbro Jonathan Phang will be back with the latest #LGBTQI+ news from around the world, brought to you by broadcast journalist, Sophia Endberg.
Fancy it, folks?
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