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Netball World Cup Comes to British TV

There has been a huge increase in the interest being shown to women's sports. Previously considered an adjunct to the men's games, the performance of the England Women's Football team in the World Cup has seen the public captivated and media outlets taking a new interest. So it is with pleasure that we note that the summer Netball World Cup, now starting out and running through the next few weeks, is being given unprecedented coverage. Sky One Channel is showing many key games, and other matches will be on BBC2 and carried on the BBC Radio Five Live network.

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Egyptians Had More Equality than Once Thought

Ancient Egypt continues to weave its magic over contemporary society, thousands of years after its hey day in the Bronze Age. Of all the many ancient civilisations, it captivates and entrances.

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Hate Group Has Reverse Effect on Opinions

BBC2's Louis Theroux, who specialises in visiting the weirder side of the United States, paid a visit to the notorious Westoboro Baptist Church on Sunday evening, to find out how the cult is faring after the death of its hated founder.

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Kylie Speaks on Her Life and Music to Radio

Heat Radio has aired an exclusive in depth interview with the Princess of Pop, and perennial favourite of LGBT people, Kylie Minogue. Fresh from her triumph at Glastonbury, Kylie talked about a career in pop that began just over thirty years ago.

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Who Supported Us with Visibility at Pride

Bristol Pride might have been and gone for another year, but the traditional gay marching season is upon us all summer. As we look back on Pride in Bristol, many people living in the city will be aware of the unprecedented corporate interest in the festival and community.

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The west country based local television station “Bristol TV” which broadcasts at Channel 7 on Freeview plus on Sky and Virgin cable services, names “Vita and Virginia” as a recommended film of the

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Jul

The Sky Arts-1 Channel, broadcast on satellite and cable television platforms in the UK, looked at the amazing career of Josephine Baker on Sunday night.

16
Jul

BBC television's long running astronomy programme, The Sky at Night marked the fiftieth anniversary of the moon landings last week.

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Jul

On Monday night, Classic FM, one of Britain's national classical music radio networks, presents a programme dedicated to the amazing works of French composers.

16
Jul

“Voguing” is back in fashion, some thirty years after the heyday of the African-America, latino and most definitely LGBT scene that was first brought to popular attention in the 1987 documentary “P

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