This week on Radio DIVA: Wendy Meakin and the DIVA Literary Salon

Plus Rosie Wilby, Jen Brister, Emma Frankland and more.


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This week’s jam-packed edition of Radio DIVA will be hosted by the fantastic Rosie Wilby and the brilliant Jen Brister, who is filling in for Heather Peace while she’s away on maternity leave.

 

The hilarious twosome will be joined in the studio by TV presenter and bonafide bookworm Wendy Meakin. Wendy is the host of the brand new online DIVA Literary Salon so she’ll be telling Rosie and Jen all about that.

 

She revealed to us:

 

“I’m rather excited to be on Radio DIVA! I'll be chatting about the first book we will explore for the DIVA Literary Salon. The Argonauts by Maggie Nelson will tickle the mind and will get your heart racing. A must read for anyone who wants to be swept away.”

 

Also on this week’s show is the awesome and award-winning Emma Frankland, a performer whose work explores the themes of gender and transition.

 

Plus you can expect all your usual favourites, including The L Word’s Rachel Shelley with her weekly roving report and resident lesbro Jonathan Phang who'll be updating us on all the latest LGBT headlines.

 

Listen live to Radio DIVA at 6.30pm every Tuesday (on Resonance 104.4FM and DAB in London and online at player.resonancefm.com) or catch up anytime at mixcloud.com/resonance.

 

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.

 

divadirect.co.uk  // divasub.co.uk //  divadigital.co.uk

 

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