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Olly Alexander Guests on Ken Bruce Show

Olly Alexander of the popular band Years and Years has helped a new generation of gay performers come out in an industry that still often makes tunes geared for heterosexual ears. Olly will be the guest of Ken Bruce on the morning show at BBC Radio Two on Wednesday 12th December. Tune in from 9.30am on Freeview, digital radio and in the Bristol area on 89.3 MHz FM.





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Psychic Chills for DJ Kenny at Seance!

Gay Favourites "Take That" Release Album

National commercial radio station Heart FM reports that the latest album from the band Take That is out this week.

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Tributes for Bi Indie Pioneer Pete Shelley

Pete Shelley the bisexual lead singer of the Buzzcocks, has passed away at the age of sixty three. Initial reports suggest that he suffered a heart attack. The Buzzcocks were a pioneering punk rock group of the late seventies, who developed a more melodic sound than many of their contemporaries.

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LGBT People Avoid Fundie Themed Sci Fi

The Paramount Network television channel, which broadcasts a wide range of the studio's entertainment programmes on most digital platforms in Britain, has been sharply criticised by some LGBT internet commentators for transmitting the “Left Behind” series.

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BBC Radio Two, which with its populist call in show with Jeremy Vine, has been described as the Daily Mail reader’s daytime listening, is to gain some much needed representation from the LGBT commu


Transvestite comic Eddie Izzard, who has always been open about his gender questioning attire and stance, and who is also an ambassador for UNICEF, is touring in twenty nineteen.


Media website Digital Spy reports that one of the country's most popular female Djs is to host the prestigious BBC Radio Two drive time slot.


Gay singer Sam Smith has graced the cover of a special supplement published with the Sunday Times to showcase the best in male fashion this Autumn.


The media website Digital Spy has published a major summary of what we know so far about the much anticipated return of Doctor Who to our screens on these longer autumn evenings.  The prog

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