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New Telly Offerings for LGBT People

LGBT television viewers have been quick to embrace new technologies, and surveys suggest that the queer population have been quick to adopt newer concepts such as the internet, smart phones and video streaming services, which is good news for younger people, as these media have done so much to liberate our people and allow easy communication and organisation, even in countries where our rights are threatened. However, there are still gay people who enjoy older media, like the gay press, and traditionally delivered television media.

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Europop Brilliance for Local Bar (Bristol)

Are you familiar with European styles of music ranging from Eurohouse to schlager? They all originate from Germany and the low countries of Belgium, Denmark and Holland, where they are very popular.

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"Intelligent Thinking" Needed Around Casting

Suranne Jones has spoken about her recent role as Anne Lister in lesbian themed drama series “Gentleman Jack”, screened on BBC-1 this spring and an instant classic. Jones, said the “I” Newspaper, said that there was often a hostility towards a straight person playing an LGB or T character.

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Daters are Looked for Reality Television Show

Label 1 productions, an independent film company, is advertising for single people to apply for a new reality television show. The programme is to be made for transmission on Channel Four.

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k.d. Chats Politics and Identity to Big Issue

k.d Lang has spoken to the Big Issue, the weekly street sold news magazine, about her life and career. She reveals that she came out to her mum in 1977.

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24
Jul

The communist daily newspaper The Morning Star gives three stars out of five for a new adaptation of Christopher Marlowe's tragedy “Edward II”, the account of the gay king's fall from grac

09
Jul

The street sold paper The Big Issue, which incidentally has a long history of covering LGBT issues fairly and supportively, says that there has been a sea change this year in the world of

09
Jul

Simon Amstell has written for the street sold magazine The Big Issue in its regular feature “Letter to My Younger Self”.

25
Jun

The BBC is coming up trumps at the moment with LGBT related programming.

25
Jun

Channel Four television has a long history of queer friendly content, dating back to its opening night on 2nd November 1982, when future Stonewall co-founder Ian MacKellen starred in controversial

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