Monthly Archives: September 2011

Stephen Bailey and James Maker join us

On the 27th September show, we discussed ‘Out in the World, a Global Gay History’ currently running on Radio 3. The show is presented by Richard Coles and embarks on an excavation of same sex desire through the ages, starting … Continue reading

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Kaleidoscope Trust

On Tuesday September 20th we were joined by, David Chalmers the Director of new international gay rights organisation Kaleidoscope, and Bisi Alimi, who became the first man to come out as gay on Nigerian television in 2004. He was subsequently … Continue reading

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Coming up..

Our next show, 6.30pm Tuesday 27th September will feature Stephen Bailey and author James Maker. Stephen Bailey is one of the sharpest/sarcastic comedians on the circuit at the moment. He discusses his life and his experiences with a freshing honesty … Continue reading

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Steven Fales confesses to us

Steven Fales joined us in the Out in South London Studio on the 13th September to talk about his award-winning solo play, Confessions of a Morman Boy. ┬áThe play is on at the Charing Cross Theatre, September 5-24. The production … Continue reading

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Kaleidoscope Trust founder joins us in the studio

We are really proud to tell you that our forthcoming studio guests, next Tuesday September 20th will be Lance Price, the founder of new international gay rights organisation Kaleidoscope, and Bisi Alimi with his personal testimony of being gay in … Continue reading

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