Rosie and filmmaker Ed Webb-Ingall discuss his We Have Rather Been Invaded project, investigating the impact and legacy of Section 28. The title refers to a memorable key moment of protest – when, on May 23 1988, four lesbians gatecrashed Sue Lawley’s broadcast of the BBC Six O’Clock news.
Liverpool-based performer, arts consultant and broadcaster Roger Hill talks about his work curating the Cockpit theatre’s June live art festival Beyond Bloodlines.
DJ and writer Stewart Who reviews the Australian film Holding the Man, based on Timothy Conigrave’s personal memoir about his romantic relationship with John Caleo in the 1970s and ’80s.
For rights reasons the music is not on the podcast, but here’s what we played on the live show:
1) Cyndi Lauper: I Fall to Pieces from the album Detour
2) Beep: Mouth to Mouth
3) Sarah Walk: Keep on Dreaming
4) Annie Keating: Trick Star from the album Trick Star