The line-up for season two features Rosie Wilby, Emma Goswell, Helen Trevorrow and many more

Looking for your next favourite podcast? Well, why not check out Queer I Am on your preferred streaming platform. The show is created and hosted by non-binary voice artist, Andrew Flewitt and it returned with a mighty second season this autumn. Episodes are released weekly and the line-up this time around features: Liran Notik, Henry Fry, Cherry Bomb, Bethan Roberts, Matt Carter, Helen Trevorrow, Rosie Wilby, Paul Tindle, Nathaniel J Hall, Loxley Nixon, Shallow Vera and Mary O’Kart, Emma Goswell, Oli Spleen, Pierre Monnerville and SJ Watson. Suffice to say, there’s a lot to look forward to.

As if this wasn’t enough to look forward to, New York drag queen and RuPaul’s Drag Race contestant, Miz Cracker, will also feature on the show. Miz Cracker will open up about what it was like to be a contestant on such a high-profile show and all things allyship.

Andrew moved to Brighton and Hove in 2021 and was inspired by the sense of community they found by seeing LGBTQIA artists performing in local venues and talking to queer siblings. The show celebrates queer artists and allies, their craft and the stories behind their success.

Andrew has said: “Queer culture is incredibly important to me as a Queer person and I think it is crucial to keep the conversation going, and learn from each other’s experiences. People who do not identify within the queer community will also get so much from these conversations, because when it comes down to it, it is all about celebrating and accepting who we are as people, our uniqueness and what we contribute to the world. Making this podcast has been a joy! I’m incredibly proud that season one has been downloaded in nearly 40 countries and is being listened to in countries where queer rights do not exist; The power of making this art and keeping the conversation going has never been more important.”

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