On the 10th January, Rosie returned from the Christmas break to interview Nick Field, a spoken word artist and poet. Nick draws on theatre and live art to create evocative, bittersweet and richly lyrical spoken word pieces. Nick can be found on Twitter @nickfieldpoet
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On the 17th January Rosie chatted with Allegra McEvedy MBE – chef, broadcaster and writer, Wendy Baverstock reviewed Ani DiFranco, and Suran Dickson talked about her charity, Diversity Role Models. Click here to listen again. Suran can be found on Twitter @surandickson
On the 24th January, Rosie interviewed Canadian folk duo Madison Violet, composed of singer-songwriters Brenley MacEachern and Lisa MacIsaac. In the studio she met performance artist Brian Lobel and talked about haircuts with Greygory and Clara from the Open Barbers. Click here to listen again.
On the 31st January, we heard a preview of the forthcoming LGBT History Month from founder Sue Sanders and Darren Scott from Gay Times popped in to talk about the current Naked Issue of the long running magazine. Click here to listen again.