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Story Submissions Welcome for Xmas Broadcast

Now, we apologise in advance for mentioning the “C” word. But Christmas, Yuletide, Saturnalia or however you know the festive season is approaching, with some nine weeks to go. One of our partner radio stations Medway Pride Radio is doing something which will bring a little magic into the lives of many LGBTQIA families with young ones. They have a Christmas story competition, open to all children under the age of eighteen. The winning stories will be turned into broadcast drama to be transmitted on the station in the run up to Christmas. What could be more festive.

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Classic Trans Documentary Given New Airing

BBC-Four has been broadcasting episodes of the series A Change of Sex, which premiered in 1979 and follows twenty years in the life of Julia Grant, who passed on in 2019.

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World Cat Day Brings LGBTQIA Joy

The Gay and Bisexual Male Pagan Blog dedicated to the Cult of Antinous, celebrated World Cat Day at the weekend. LGBTQIA people are more likely than heterosexual and cisgender people to be passionate about animal welfare.

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Historical Afternoon On PBS Deals in Change

The years between 1903 and 1923 saw major change, socially and politically, and revolution was in the air.

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Litha - Summer Festival as Solstice Arrives

This last Monday saw the Summer Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere.  It is known by many pagans as the festival of Litha, or high summer.  The Glastonbury based pagan and New Age shop Goddess and the Green Man poetically notes the high point of the year and the

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Pink News reports that the “Progress Pride Flag”, one of the recent iterations of the longstanding LGBTQ symbol, designed in the seventies, has been updated with the purple circle


The BBC News Channel and BBC-1's News at Ten reported on the scandal of forced adoption of children born to women living out of wedlock during the fifties, sixties


Dutch icon Nikki de Jagger, a You Tube star with around fourteen million followers on the internet, became the first trans person to present at the Eurovision Song Contest


It's been fourteen years since the murder of Sophie Lancaster.


For centuries, strange bodies have been dug out of boglands that can be found across the ancient lands of Celtic Europe, from Denmark to Ireland.

Our Supporting Stations

BCfm - Our home station. Broadcasting across Bristol on 93.2fm
Gastonbury FM - Broadcasting across Glastonbury on 107.1fm
Bradley Stoke Radio - covering the Bradley Stoke area of Bristol on 103.4fm
Base Radio - Streaming online from Windmill Hill in Bristol
Frome FM - covering Frome on 96.6fm
Thornbury FM - Streaming online from Thornbury near Bristol
Wave Radio - Streaming online from Weston Super Mare
Radio Tircoed - covering the Swansea area on 106.5fm
Trans Radio UK - Online trans focused radio
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