Entertainment News

Elton's Great AIDS Fundraiser and "Closet"

Album rock radio network Radio Caroline reports that it was on this weekend in 2006 that a sale of clothes belonging to Sir Elton John raised more than seven hundred thousand dollars for the gay singer’s much loved AIDS alleviation charity.  A specially convened shop at the Rockerfeller Centre in New York hosts a pop up shop called “Elton’s Closet”. 

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Channel Five Airs Final Part of "Sex" Doc.

Episode three of the “Sex Business” programme airs on Channel Five Television at ten o'clock on Monday evening, 1st April.

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Scandi Sandi Steps in for Narstie - Bake Off

Media website Digital Spy says that out gay presenter Sandi Toksvig, whose humanitarian work also includes being an activist for the Women’s Equality Party, stepped up to become a celebrity baker in the ongoing series of “Big Bake off for Cancer”, a Channel Four television programme that raises a

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"Showtunes" Programme for South Coast

For people living down south, along the English Channel coast in fact, we have a little entertainment tidbit for you! BBC Radio Solent, the Beeb's regional service from Southampton and Portsmouth and all the way along the Jurassic Coast, has launched a new showtunes programme.

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BBC Radio Four airs Forster's Epic on India

EM Forster's magnum opus novel, “A Passage to India” is probably the early Twentieth Century writer's best known work. It's being serialised this week for the UK's largest speech based magazine network, BBC Radio Four, with a transmission at 10.45am and 7.45pm.

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“Eating with My Ex” is a programme going out on BBC-1 on Tuesday evenings.


Two gay celebrities are taking part in the “Stand Up to Cancer Celebrity Bake Off”, an hour long one off show that goes out on Channel Four television at 8pm on Tuesday 12th March.


Do you like Frank Sinatra? He was certainly a hugely important figure in the twentieth century American song book.


On Wednesday 6th March, our TV spotters have noted that lesbian comic and raconteur, Sue Perkins will be taking to the Mekong River as part of her latest travelogue series.  The programme goes out


BBC Radio 1’s out gay presenter Scott Mills, whose previous career has included working for local commercial radio in the West Country, is to host another twenty four hour radio marathon on the air

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