Broadcast: 24/07/2014

What's a Hate Crime?

This week the crew were talking all about the conversion of civil partnerships to marriages and the issues around it just being a "bit of paper", not an actual marriage certificate. While on air though, the story broke that the government have already listened to the outcry about this and are already reviewing the proposals. We'll keep you informed.

We also spoke about hate crime and the services available as part of SARI here in Bristol. Please, if you have any doubts or questions, talk to someone. We've included the link to the right, but you can also talk directly to the police or an LGBT police liaison officer if you concerned.

And Andy had a bit of a stark warning for those of you who use internet dating sites as he uncovers one of the latest scams to target the LGBT community.
Broadcast: 17/07/2014

Look back with Pride

This week we reminise, we look back, we hear your favourite songs and talk to your favourite acts... Yes, it's time for a look back at probably the BEST Bristol Pride Yet!
Broadcast: 10/07/2014

Acrobats!

Today on the show the whole thing went a bit...well...circus like! Yes, it's our build up to Pride so we kicked things off with a chat with Leatherwest at the Pride Film Festival.
Then, the team had a chat with Mike from Circomedia. Himself and a couple of friends will be entertaining you with some acrobats at the O2 just before the Freemasons perform live on stage.
And Steff recently spoke to a couple of the actors from "The Little Dog Laughed", a theatre production about the not so nice side of Broadway.
Broadcast: 03/07/2014

Pride Launch

It's the start of Bristol Pride so this week we managed to drag Daryn away from his organising duties so that we could catch up with the VERY latest. Suffice to say, it's official, Pride WILL be on Castle Park! It all kicked off tonight with the start of the film festival, with a whole week of events including a dog show, film festival, comedy night plus much more - all leading up to the BIG day Saturday 12th July!
Tara also dropped into the the studio to have a chat about support, or rather the lack of, in our area and to tell us about how she is hoping to bring some of London's support groups to Bristol.
Broadcast: 26/06/2014

April Ashley

On the show today, Emma and Andy broke the news that if you are in a civil partnership, from 10th December, you will be able to convert it to a marriage should you choose to do so. This also means that trans people will no longer have to divorce in order to obtain their gender recognition certificate. At last!!
And talking of trans issues, Cheryl Morgan visited the April Ashley Exhibition in Liverpool and reported back for us.
And Andy lost his boyfriend!! Well, actually he went away to Ireland with Sing Out Bristol to take part in the world's biggest gathering of LGBT choirs, the 4 yearly Various Voices.
Broadcast: 19/06/2014

Paradigm - Ceri Lowe

On the show this week:
Ollie spoke to us live while mid walk from Lands End to Jon O Groats - all in the name of charity. For those of you who want sponsorship details, please see the links.
"What if the end of the world was just the beginning" - author Ceri Lowe joined us live to talk about her brand new book "Paradigm".
And Andy Hole reports for us from the OutStories talk on Polari.
Broadcast: 12/06/2014

Rise of the 'Gaytriarchy' - Max Morris

So first off, HAPPY BIRTHDAY SHOUTOUT!! Yes, we have just hit 4 years.. A big thanks to all those involved and to you of course for listening..
Good luck to Sing Out Bristol - they are off to the Various Voices gathering over in Dublin. We had to give them a bit of a send off.
Being gay at school, college and uni today - we speak to Max about his research.
And Rose goes "down under" to..um.. BS3 LGBT.
Broadcast: 05/06/2014

For some life's a Drag!

This week we "drag" things up quite a lot.. Aled and James, aka Miss Beaver and Cherry Poppin joined the team live in the studio to talk about all things drag. From how they got into it to how huge the drag scene is in Bristol (plus of course the mention of them on the cabaret stage at Pride!), the conversation could have gone on a lot longer..

Then Steve tells us all about the Miss Retreat competition as he caught up with the goings on the other weekend.