The Rainbow Remix

We‘re powered by MyLesbianRadio.com -featuring The Rainbow Remix, an all new Podcast and Zoom show with hosts Denise Warner in London and singer JD Danner in South Florida. Plenty of good LGBTQ chat with entertaining guests and topics.
Jan 30th, 2022 by mylesbianradio at 2:56 pm

JD and Denise welcome Dr. Lynda Spann from The Lesbian Couples Institute in Colorado to talk a little bit about Dating and Relationships when you're over 50. Lot of questions about how to meet, pandemic fears, technology, and communication. Dr. Spann is going to join us again towards the end of the month to discuss more and hopefully as a contributor, moving forward. To watch our Zoom chat, click this link to view it on our YouTube Channel.

Dec 26th, 2021 by mylesbianradio at 4:47 pm

JD and Denise celebrate Christmas with their house mixologist Tyler who gives them a history lesson about egg nog as he explains his recent POTENT batch and teaches the origins dating back to the 1700's. Denise's Mom gets to finally meet Tyler as she's visiting and they talk about their plans for Christmas Day. To watch this show, which we always recommend when Tyler joins us, click this link for the video of our Zoom chat on our YouTube Channel. 

Denise and JD welcome Kristen from Toronto, who manages the Twitter account for "QueerComics" that keeps up with all the latest LGBTQ comic books and Superheroes so we discuss the massive explosion of queerness in the comic book genre as well as talk about how it's even slowly seeping into video games which is making all the big gay nerds happy. To watch this podcast on our YouTube channel, click this link and see the Zoom chat.

Dec 15th, 2021 by mylesbianradio at 7:46 am

Welcome to episode 73 of the Lesbian Book Club, which is the final episode ever! But have no fear, Clare signs off in style with her usual run-down of the Amazon Lesbian Fiction Charts in the US & UK, along with a round-up of must-read festive lesbian fiction if you’re in the Christmas mood.

For the interview section Clare puts herself in the hot seat, revealing her take on 2021, along with her plans for 2022. She might be stopping this podcast, but she plans to fill her time writing more lesbian romance novels, producing more audiobooks and getting her stories translated around the globe.

Clare’s latest novel "Change Of Heart" is out now, and if you want to read a festive lesbian romance, try “Christmas In Mistletoe” or “All I Want For Christmas”. Get a free lesbian romance & find out all about Clare’s books at: www.clarelydon.co.uk

Dec 12th, 2021 by mylesbianradio at 3:26 pm

Denise has a big gay chat with our new team member Nic Austin in Denver CO, who focuses on Queer news, LGBTQ movies and entertainment headlines. JD is missing because she had to get a tooth pulled. Denise throws down a Mad Squirrel Stout and has the face to prove it. To view the video of this Zoom chat on our YouTube Channel, click this link,. 

Nov 28th, 2021 by mylesbianradio at 12:20 pm

Clare Lydon, successful British lesbian fiction writer, who has hosted "The Lesbian Book Club" for the last five years right here on this audio feed - joins Denise for chat to look back on these past years, as she bids farewell to her podcast time here at MyLesbianRadio. Her last show will be in December, and we discuss how the show evolved, some of her fan girl moments with other authors, and what she'll do with her time. To view this show on our YouTube Channel, click this link. 

JD and Denise have a fantastic chat with Miami's Marky G, long time disc jockey, host, presenter and the main juggler of all things for the annual LGBTQ+ Film Festivals. We discuss this year's OutShineFilm Festival - going on NOW-and what it means to the community, running for 24 years in Miami and 13 years in Fort Lauderdale. Mark talks about how the festivals have evolved, what you can expect this year and how they've adapted during these Covid times. Denise and Mark reminisce a bit about how Mark gave Denise her start as a presenter over 20 years ago on an FM dance music station Party 93.1 when it was unheard of for a gay radio talk show to be on your radio. To view this show on our YouTube Channel, click this link. 

Sep 21st, 2021 by mylesbianradio at 7:46 am

Welcome to episode 72 of the Lesbian Book Club, where Clare interviews UK author Laura Kay. Her debut novel “The Split” has been described as like “meeting Marian Keyes and Dawn O’Porter in a gay bar in Sheffield.” Laura tells us about writing it: “I wanted to write about a friendship between a queer woman and a queer man, and it was just a joy.” She also talks about how Sheffield is the worst place to run “crazy hilly and cold!”, and how she could never live on a houseboat.

 

Clare also does a run-down of the Amazon Lesbian Fiction charts in the US & UK, as well as updating you on the latest news from lesfic world. Her upcoming novel "Change Of Heart" is out in October, and the audiobook of "Big London Dreams" is coming in November. Get a free lesbian romance at: www.clarelydon.co.uk

With JD still on the go taking care of family members, Denise spends some time with out British author Paul Burston ("The Gay Divorcee", "The Black Path", "The Closer I Get"), who not only has some top notch novels out, he's also created and hosts the very successful and long running "Polari Literary Salon" for years now, curating entertaining authors to read from their own books for audiences around London. Tune in and find out how he adapted Polari, during these trying Covid times and now expanded it with writing Work Shops, shows and a tour with pal, VG Lee, fellow author and stand up comedian. To watch the show on our YouTube Channel and see Paul in his cool Captain's hat, click this link

 

Sep 12th, 2021 by mylesbianradio at 11:02 am

While JD tends to her Covid ravaged family and their -thankfully-mild cases, Denise takes over to have a long awaited chat with NY's own Debra Barsha, a queer Broadway musician, musical theater director, composer and singer who's spent her adult life involved in Broadway music, and teaching, directing and writing. Currently bringing "Radiant Baby" back in a new revival, as well as preparing for "TINA", the Tina Turner story. They discuss Billy Porter, life in the theater, all the different musicals they've enjoyed over the years and the shows Debra has done. To watch the show on our YouTube Channel, click this link.

Welcome to episode 71 of the Lesbian Book Club, where Clare interviews five lesbian fiction authors and asks them how their 2021 is going in this Half-Year Summer Round-Up show. What a year it’s been so far, right? The five authors are: Erica Lee, Rachel Spangler, Natasha West, Melissa Lenhardt and Quinn Ivins. Expect accents a-go-go, lofty goals and lesbian fiction galore!
 

I also do a run-down of the Amazon Lesbian Fiction charts in the US & UK, and share the news that Before You Say I Do won a Goldie. Yay! Also, there’s the first chapter of my Hot London Nights audiobook included as an end bonus. Find out about my latest release, Big London Dreams, and sign up for a free lesbian romance at: www.clarelydon.co.uk

Aug 8th, 2021 by mylesbianradio at 12:54 pm

JD and Denise welcome British comedian and author Rosie Wilby joins us to discuss the recent success of her book "The Break Up Monologues", which spawned from a dumping that happened to her a while ago, launching her into collecting stories, facts and statistics regarding break ups- of course, with her own funny insightful spin. She's also got a podcast of the same name. Rosie's book is now available in Australia and The United States, so we discuss traveling during COVID times and all the adjustments that now come with promoting the book. Rosie also tells us about a few UK festivals she'll be attending. To watch the video of this show on our YouTube channel, click this link. 

 

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