Rosie chats to writer, actor and producer Peggy Shaw, best known as a co-founder of Split Britches theatre company whose latest show Ruff is on at the Barbican from 14-16 April.
Writer Cherry Potts also discusses her new lesbian fantasy epic, The Dowry Blade.
Photographer Tom Dingley joins them to talk about Outcome, a project created to shine a light on LGBT personal histories by taking a photo of people holding a picture of themselves as a child. The photos will be collated in a book due for release later this year.
Siobhan Fahey, Harri Shanahan and Whitney Bluzma found time for a chat at BFI Flare, where their documentary Rebel Dykes screened as a work-in-progress.
For rights reasons the music is not on the podcast, but here’s what we played on the live show:
1) Danni Nicholls: Long Road Home from the album Mockingbird Lane
2) Patrick Wolf: The Magic Position from the album The Magic Position
3) Bourgeois and Maurice: Goodbye Europe from the album The Third
4) Amelia White: Home Sweet Hotel from the album Home Sweet Hotel