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Special edition of arts show helps celebrate LGBTQ+ history month

Paul Golder writes for the Brentwood Gazette

We’ve been celebrating LGBTQ+ history month on air in February with a special edition of our Sunday afternoon Arts Programme.

Hosts Claire Gevaux and Natalie Bays have been giving our listeners their usual rundown of events and opportunties happening around Essex, especially with regard to LGBTQ+ events.

And we also welcomed in Ajay Pabial. Ajay is an award-winning artist who is actively working across public, private and third sectors to support underrepresented young Londoners access into the creative sector by delivering and designing programmes which embed diversity.

You can listen again at phoenixfm.com.

We’ve got more great guests coming in over the next seven days.

Michelle Ward will be chatting to Grant Mason from the Essex Wildlife Trust about The Big Green Business Expo on Wednesday’s Eat My Brunch show, Patrick Sherring will be chatting to James Davy, Organist and Master of the Choristers at Chelmsford Cathedral on Friday’s One 2 Three.

And on Sunday Tony Smith will be joined in the studio by Italian singer/songwriter Antonia di Carlo and Nigel Fitzmaurice will be chatting to best-selling crime author Linda Calvey.

Special edition of arts show helps celebrate LGBTQ+ history month

Paul Golder writes for the Brentwood Gazette

We’ve been celebrating LGBTQ+ history month on air in February with a special edition of our Sunday afternoon Arts Programme.

Hosts Claire Gevaux and Natalie Bays have been giving our listeners their usual rundown of events and opportunties happening around Essex, especially with regard to LGBTQ+ events.

And we also welcomed in Ajay Pabial. Ajay is an award-winning artist who is actively working across public, private and third sectors to support underrepresented young Londoners access into the creative sector by delivering and designing programmes which embed diversity.

You can listen again at phoenixfm.com.

We’ve got more great guests coming in over the next seven days.

Michelle Ward will be chatting to Grant Mason from the Essex Wildlife Trust about The Big Green Business Expo on Wednesday’s Eat My Brunch show, Patrick Sherring will be chatting to James Davy, Organist and Master of the Choristers at Chelmsford Cathedral on Friday’s One 2 Three.

And on Sunday Tony Smith will be joined in the studio by Italian singer/songwriter Antonia di Carlo and Nigel Fitzmaurice will be chatting to best-selling crime author Linda Calvey.

Special edition of arts show helps celebrate LGBTQ+ history month

Paul Golder writes for the Brentwood Gazette

We’ve been celebrating LGBTQ+ history month on air in February with a special edition of our Sunday afternoon Arts Programme.

Hosts Claire Gevaux and Natalie Bays have been giving our listeners their usual rundown of events and opportunties happening around Essex, especially with regard to LGBTQ+ events.

And we also welcomed in Ajay Pabial. Ajay is an award-winning artist who is actively working across public, private and third sectors to support underrepresented young Londoners access into the creative sector by delivering and designing programmes which embed diversity.

You can listen again at phoenixfm.com.

We’ve got more great guests coming in over the next seven days.

Michelle Ward will be chatting to Grant Mason from the Essex Wildlife Trust about The Big Green Business Expo on Wednesday’s Eat My Brunch show, Patrick Sherring will be chatting to James Davy, Organist and Master of the Choristers at Chelmsford Cathedral on Friday’s One 2 Three.

And on Sunday Tony Smith will be joined in the studio by Italian singer/songwriter Antonia di Carlo and Nigel Fitzmaurice will be chatting to best-selling crime author Linda Calvey.

Special edition of arts show helps celebrate LGBTQ+ history month

Paul Golder writes for the Brentwood Gazette

We’ve been celebrating LGBTQ+ history month on air in February with a special edition of our Sunday afternoon Arts Programme.

Hosts Claire Gevaux and Natalie Bays have been giving our listeners their usual rundown of events and opportunties happening around Essex, especially with regard to LGBTQ+ events.

And we also welcomed in Ajay Pabial. Ajay is an award-winning artist who is actively working across public, private and third sectors to support underrepresented young Londoners access into the creative sector by delivering and designing programmes which embed diversity.

You can listen again at phoenixfm.com.

We’ve got more great guests coming in over the next seven days.

Michelle Ward will be chatting to Grant Mason from the Essex Wildlife Trust about The Big Green Business Expo on Wednesday’s Eat My Brunch show, Patrick Sherring will be chatting to James Davy, Organist and Master of the Choristers at Chelmsford Cathedral on Friday’s One 2 Three.

And on Sunday Tony Smith will be joined in the studio by Italian singer/songwriter Antonia di Carlo and Nigel Fitzmaurice will be chatting to best-selling crime author Linda Calvey.

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