Community News

Old Market Gradually Comes to Life Again

Our pub watchers are pleased to report, that as the English Lockdown is gradually lifted, and the gay community emerges blinking somewhat in the summer sunshine, the Old Market Tavern is open from this week. The pub, at 29-31 Old Market Street, has been an essential part of gay culture in the city since the late nineteen nineties.

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Zachary Quinto on Mysteries and Stonewall Day

Everyone loves a good mystery, and the genres of UFOs, hauntings, the strange landscape, ancient aliens and the like have been fodder for newspapers, magazines, TV and radio programmes since – well, we reckon since at least the middle nineteenth century, when specialist spiritualist periodicals c

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Icon Val Guests on BBC Radio Four's Book Show

Val McDermid is a lesbian icon, no question. She is a top selling crime writer as well and has delighted millions of fans with her books. She was the first state school pupil to be admitted to the prestigious Saint Hilda's College at Oxford University.

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Turing Biopic To Air on "Film 4" Thurs PM

The Imitation Game, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, gets an airing on the FILM4 channel (available on Freeview 15 and on Sky, BT and Virgin platforms across the UK) on Thursday night.

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OutRage! at 30 - Feature on LGBTQ Activism

On the ShoutOut programme first broadcast on Thursday 28th May, we looked back at the thirtieth anniversary of the LGBTQ Direct action group "OutRage!".

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The LGBT campaigning charity, The Intercom Trust, has issued its annual Christmas and New Year greetings for supporters, as it is closed during the holiday season.


“Boyz” magazine, the weekly gay lifestyle and scene publication which has been serving gay and trans people in the capital since 1991, reports on a new cabaret and awareness raising night at popula


“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


Sue Perkins, lesbian television presenter and comic, has spoken to the Metro newspaper about bring a fan of “Game of Thrones”, and her life after the “Great British Bake Off” programme.


Lesbians support the right of transgender women to self determination.

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Frome FM - covering Frome on 96.6fm
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Radio WSM - Streaming online from Weston Super Mare
Tiverton Community Radio - Streaming online from Tiverton
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