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Marking Transgender Day of Remembrance


Friday, 20th November will mark the Transgender Day of Remembrance.  This was inaugurated in 1999 to bear witness to violence against transgender people.   Bristol, with its diverse population and a large LGBTQ community infrastructure, has marked this event for some years.  Events this year are, as with the summer's Pride season, radically altered and are taking place online. LGBTQ Media have joined together to allow people to participate remotely in acts of remembrance and solidarity with the trans community. if you are interested in taking part from home, then a two hour programme will be broadcast on the trans+ community radio station Trans Radio UK on the evening of 20th November.


Transgender Day of Remembrance
LGBTQ Activism
Current Affairs

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
Glitterbeam - Music with sparkle