Soho Radio – #LGBTHistoryMonthHour.

This show went out on Wednesday 3rd February 2021 @sohoradio at 1 pm (GMT): The #LGBT+History Month Hour Clare Lynch (@clarelynchred) and Philip Baldwin  (@philipcbaldwin) co-hosted the #LGBTHistoryMonth Hour. Guests were: Sue Sanders @suesanders03 Crispin Blunt @CrispinBlunt Nancy Kelley @Nancy_M_K Ian Green @ianrgreen Peter Tatchell @PeterTatchell Christina Beardsley @tina_beardsley Jide Macaulay @RevJide @LGBTHM @APPGLGBT @stonewalluk @THTorguk […]

Jonathan Cutbill’s LGBT+ Historical Library Collection moving day – BBC Radio Shropshire

Jonathan Cutbill, a founder of Gay’s The Word bookshop in London’s Bloomsbury, died last May aged 82. His collection, which has over 33,000 items, dates back to 1760, and will be moved from his Shrewsbury home to the University of London. The collection,is catalogued and cross-referenced, consists of books, newspapers, pamphlets, artworks, correspondence and other […]

Shifting Sanders

To celebrate the launch of a new bi-monthly programme, Out-takes: The Tracks of My Life, Reel Rebels Radio interviews Chair of Schools OUT UK Sue Sanders. The show, presented by Morley College’s Laila El-Metoui, follows the same format as Desert Island Discs but focuses on pillars of the community. Reel Rebels Radio is a London-based […]

History Resource: The Radical Activist who Took on AIDS

History Resource: The Radical Activist who Took on AIDS (BBC World Service) Peter Staley was one of the ACT UP activists whose campaigns helped to turn AIDS from a death sentence into a manageable condition. Their story is told in the Oscar-nominated documentary How To Survive A Plague.

History Resource – The Women of Greenham Common

The Women of Greenham Common
Duration: 10 minutes
First broadcast:Monday 05 September 2011
At the height of the Cold War, an announcement was made that the UK would host American nuclear missiles. One of the anti-war marches that followed ended at the airbase at Greenham Common in Berkshire and a permanent camp of nuclear protestors was established. The Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp endured for nearly 20 years. Helen John, who took part in the march and founded the camp in September 1981, speaks to Witness.