Gwen Ever is Deal Radio’s very own rock n roll burlesque drag queen, who originally came into DR as a guest in October 2016 on the DJ Roughman show, and enjoyed the experience so much, she stayed to bring the world, her very own “A Low life In High Heels With Gwen Ever” radio show. The show itself was named by Warhol Icon and “Walk On The Wild Side” legend, Holly Woodlawn, who has inspired Gwen since the 70s, and whom Holly felt was worthy to bear the title she had worn herself for decades. Gwen Ever’s own background is one of growing up in a music venue, and spending almost all her adult life working both backstage and on stage with artists, across all music genres and levels of success. With a number of film roles and music video appearances under her belt as well, as her groundbreaking burlesque performances, and two decades of DJing and compèreing music festivals of all sizes, it was inevitable that a successful radio show would be her next ambition to achieve. She has now presented over 200 editions of A Low Life In High Heels With Gwen Ever so far, and more than 100 other shows on Deal Radio, and still enjoys every week, bringing her life to the radio, in a show encompassing music, cabaret, movies and the arts as seen from her own experiences with guest performances, great interviews, new releases and a genre-busting selection of top tunes and rarities.
Looking back at charts from the past in the UK, and US, and other places around the world as well as dedicated shows just for the 80s and 90s featuring special guests, features and the weekly reverse song.close
When all of the presenters are away we let the ghost of presenters past run the desk. Our automated system takes over for its own special few hours of broadcasting. Playing a selection of great music from across the decades!close
Pandora's Box is a topical podcast where we discuss everything that the universe has to offer while having a laugh along the way: Science, history, current events, philosophy, ethics, nature, conspiracy theories, myths and legends, television and film... you name it!close