Rosie speaks to Attitude magazine deputy editor Cliff Joannou about his forthcoming appearance on two panels about male sexuality and body image at the Southbank’s Being a Man festival, which is on from 27 – 29 November.
Josefeen Foxter talks us through the highlights of this year’s Fringe! queer film and arts festival, which includes the London premiere of Peter Greenaway’s acclaimed film Eisenstein in Guanajuato and the lesbian frolic Dyke Hard. Fringe! runs until 27 November.
Adam Spreadbury-Maher, artistic director at the King’s Head Theatre tells us about the venue’s recently extended runs of F*cking Men and 5 Guys Chillin’, a verbatim play about the recent developments in the gay scene regarding sex, drugs, the rise of HIV and the search for love.
Stephanie Dickinson, chair of Kenric – the lesbian social organisation which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, pops in to the studio along with their resident poet Anny Knight.
For rights reasons the music is not on the podcast, but here’s what we played on the live show:
1) John Grant: Down Here from the album Grey Tickles, Black Pressure
2) Caroline Trettine: Statuesque from the album Gay Demo
3) Will Young: What the World Needs Now Is Love from the album 85% Proof
4) Girlboy: Jennifer Lawrence