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Latest "Queer Catch Up" Podcast from B247 Mag

Kit and Lowie are back on one of the Bristol area's independent podcasts on LGBTQ+ life. Episode of Queer Catch Up is now live on Soundcloud, Apple and other platforms. In the speech only programme, the presenters address several key issues of interest to the local gay and trans communities, including the allegations of anti-trans bias that have been levelled at the Feminist Society at the University of Bristol, a story which first broke in the student newspaper Epigram and local alternative publication B247 in the last fortnight.

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Networks Chose Gay Announcers for Mourning

Britain is in a state of mourning following the passing of His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Phillip, who was husband to Her Majesty the Queen and father to the next in line to the throne, Prince Charles, Prince of Wales.

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US Still Faces Reactionary Legislation

Despite the victory of a progressive Presidency in the United States a couple of months ago, the cultural warfare being waged by the political right wing against anything they consider to be black, feminist, socialist or gay, continues.

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Ken Died 26 Years Ago Leaving Comic Legacy

Radio Caroline reported on Sunday that the anniversary of the passing of gay disc jockey and television comic Kenny Everett was over the Easter weekend.

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Boy George is Easter Guest on BBC 6Music

Liz Kershaw spoke to the boy himself – George o'Dowd on Easter Sunday afternoon on BBC Radio 6-music, part of the channels ongoing commitment to digging into the stories behind popular music.

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Apr

Doctor Who Magazine reports that gay television scriptwriter and novelist Russell T Davies has been hono

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Apr

Welsh language magazine Golwg reports that football legend Gareth Bale has added his willingness to join

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Apr

A BBC 2 investigation alleges that Amazon the multi million pound distributor, is cutting corners and applying unsafe working practices on its poorly paid staff.

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Apr

The Metropolitan Police is again reeling after a trial of a formerly serving young officer who it emerged was a member of a far right wing group called National Action, so far right in fact, that i

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Apr

The National Health Service's gender clinic for young people has been criticised in a report published by BBC News, which at some length investigates long term issues with the service.

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