This week on Radio DIVA: Zoe Adjonyoh, Joelle Taylor and MIRI

Plus Rosie Wilby, Jen Brister and Rachel Shelley



It's that time of the week again when we get excited about this week's Radio DIVA. Here's what's in store this Tuesday at 6.30pm on Resonance FM.


Our wonderful (and may we say, hilarious) hosts Rosie Wilby and Jen Brister will be chatting to award-winning spoken word artist, poet, playwright and author Joelle Taylor. Joelle’s performed everywhere from Buckingham Palace to Holloway prison. She’ll be telling Rosie and Jen all about her upcoming gig at the legendary Polari Literary Salon at the Southbank Centre in London.


Rosie and Jen will also be speaking to chef extraordinaire Zoe Adjonyoh about her restaurant and cookbook Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen. Zoe’s speciality is traditional Ghanian recipes updated for the modern kitchen. Our mouths are watering just thinking about it!


There’s also some live music on the menu. The wonderful MIRI will be singing in the studio. We’re thrilled to have this awesome singer-songwriter back on the show to play us another gorgeous tune.


She can’t wait either and told us:


"I'm excited to be back on Radio DIVA to talk about my latest happenings and to sing a special cover song for everybody."


Roving reporter Rachel Shelley is also back with another fascinating segment. (We’ve only just got over her item last week. Catch up here if you haven’t listened already - you’re in for a treat.) This time around, Rachel’s on a mission to discover the greatest LGBT novel of all time. Definitely one for the bookworms among you!


Plus we’re told our resident lesbro will be back with the gang to keep us up to date with all the latest LGBT news headlines.


So make sure you don’t miss out. 


You can 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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