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LGBT Related Radio and TV Programmes, 21st – 27th June

>We seek them out so you don’t have to. This is our weekly non-exhaustive round up of upcoming LGBT programmes on the radio and television. Inclusion of a programme is not a recommendation.

Some of the radio programmes listed below can be listened to again via the Listen Again facility of the BBC’s website while some of the television programmes will remain available also for a week on the BBC’s iplayer.

Saturday 21st
BBC Radio 4 – 12.30pm: News Quiz. Sandi Toksvig presents.
BBC Radio 4 – 11pm: Counterpoint. Music quiz with Paul Gambaccini
BBC Radio 7 – 11.30am: Round the Horne
BBC Radio 7 – 8pm: Barry Took: My Point of View

Sunday 22nd
BBC Radio 7 – 0.30pm: Round the Horne
BBC Radio 2 – 2.30pm: Pick of the Pops. 1966 and ‘93 charts with Dale Winton

Monday 23rd
6 Music – 1am: New Music with Tom Robinson
BBC Radio 7 – 1 & 7pm: Frankie Howerd

Friday 27th
BBC Radio 2 – 7pm: Oral History of Dance Music
BBC Radio 4 – 8pm: Any Questions. Simon Hughes
6 Music – 7pm: New Music with Tom Robinson


Films and drama
Saturday 21st
Film4 – 3.30pm: All about Eve. Bumpy ride with Bette Davies
Sky Indie – 9.30am: All about My Mother. Almodóvar directs.
Sky Indie – 2.40pm: Transamerica
BBC4 – 10.35pm: Psychomania. Nicky Henson as vampire and Beryl Reid as his devil worshiping mother.

Sunday 22nd
BBC2 – 9pm: Kinky Boots.

Monday 23rd
Sky Indie – 12.20pm: Wilde. Stephen Fry and Jude Law

Tuesday 24th
Film4 – 2.35pm: Madness of King George. Alan Bennett script. Nigel Hawthorne stars

Wednesday 25th
Sky Indie – 1.45am: All about My Mother. Almodóvar directs.

Thursday 26th
ITV3 – Midnight: Rocky Horror Show
Sky Movies Comedy – 6pm: She’s the Man. Romcom with a twist2.25pm

Entertainment and documentaries
Saturday 21st
BBC1 – 6.40pm: Dr Who. Clash of the assistants. Is the Dr dead?
BBC2 – 5.30pm: The Supersizers Go. Sue Perkins tries to survive the Tudors with Giles Coren (rpt)
BBC3 – 7.30pm: Dr Who Confidential. Rose Tyler

Sunday 22nd
BBC2 – 10.40pm: The Graham Norton Show (rpt). Joan Rivers guests
C4 – 10pm: The Sunday Night Project. Alan Carr
BBC3 – 8 pm: Dr Who. Saturday’s edition (rpt.) Followed by Confidential

Tuesday 24th
BBC2 – 9pm: The Supersizers Go. Sue Perkins tries to survive the Regency period with Giles Coren

Wednesday 25th
Sky Arts – 9pm: What the Dickens? Sandi Toksvig presents a cultural quiz.
Sky Arts – 9.30pm: The Nude

Thursday 26th
BBC2 – 9.45pm: The Graham Norton Show
C4 – 11pm: The Sunday Night Project. Alan Carr (rpt.)
Five – 10pm: Grey’s Anatomy

Friday 27th
BBC2 – 10pm: QI. Stephen Fry (rpt)

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