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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!

2019 Vegan Catalogue for Gift Ideas Out Now

With more and more people going vegan for the sake of animals and the environment, the campaign group Animal AID has issued its 2019 merchandise catalogue.

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Largest Equal Pay Strike Since Sixties

The public sector trade union UNISON reports that two trade unions, itself and the GMB, participated in a major day of action in Glaschu / Glasgow on 23rd October as part of a major campaign for equal pay at Glasgow City Council, which is the largest municipal authority in the United Kingdom.

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Pagan Origins of Xmas Explored by Paper

With the holiday season approaching, the latest issue of Mature Times, the monthly free paper for the older community, which is published in Nailsea but has national reach, looks at the very pagan origins of many Christmas traditions.

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Dec

The Jewish Telegraph, a newspaper for the UK Jewish community, was horrified to learn that an ultra orthodox rabbi had attempted to blame the November Pittsburgh massacre on the fa

08
Dec

The December edition of Greater Bristol's alternative and ethically owned newspaper, B247, is available now from community centres, Libraries and and shops.

07
Dec

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

07
Dec

Gay Star News reports that Milo Yiannopolous, the somewhat paradoxical writer who is both a gay man, but also expouses anti-trans, anti-women and pro right wing rhetoric, had admitted to being some

07
Dec

AIDS activists in the United States, particularly those who lived through the main health crisis of the nineteen eighties and nineties, and who experienced the homophobic and racist responses of th

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