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Pride Live is now Weekly - with great music, interviews, Read Out Proud, Gaytime TV, News and Listings.
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57:29 minutes (39.47 MB)Pride Live goes international as we hear from Kenyan gay Human Rights Lawyer Eric Mawira Gitari about what Idaho Day means in a country where Same-Sex sexual activity is illegal and Homosexuality is taboo. And UK Idaho Organiser Derek Lennard explains why the International Day Against Homophobia is still important here. We catch up with our Eurovision Correspondent in Malmo and hear from Alan Warner about Clubbing.
29:52 minutes (20.51 MB)It's's David Mann's Eurovision Preview - our man in Malmø furnishes the facts to maximise enjoyment of this annual guilty pleasure. Should Bonnie expect a Pan European UKIP backlash on May 18th?
90:04 minutes (61.86 MB)This retrospective Pride Live! revisits the Ding Dong debate - Corders and Jules on Maggie and Oz Lyricist Yip Harburg, hear again from Brett Mills about the questionable heteronorms of Wildlife Documentaries; there's another chance to catch Jack Scott talking to Nikolai Foster about his new production of Beautiful Thing and listen again as Corders talks with Neil McKenna about his book on the other Victorian Scandal - Fanny and Stella.
59:24 minutes (40.8 MB)Transphobia in football, Norfolk Brawds Roller Derby and the Norfolk LGBT group on the Homophobic Roots Project. Plus find out who is Behind the Candelabra and why film Director Almodocar is So Excited. New music from Joy Orbison and Annie.
30:08 minutes (20.7 MB)Andy Brettell remembers the GLF in his My Pride Life and amongst a selection of beautiful and moving tracks there's a reminder that the fight's not over.
60:15 minutes (41.38 MB) Jules and Jack talk with with Nikolai Foster, director of the new production of Beautiful Thing starring Suranne Jones, we hear from Peaches about the new film 'Peaches Does Herself'. Plus local and global LGBT news including Jack's invitation to talk on Turkish TV with trans journalist Michelle Demishevich. Music includes the new Vampire Weekend single and Dutch Uncles Record Store Day Cover of Grace Jones.
29:31 minutes (20.28 MB)Hannah Jerming-Havill's Pride Life is packed with good stuff and great music and journeys from Uppsala to UEA via San Francisco.
58:44 minutes (40.33 MB)Hear from Alex about Mama Gay, a new LGBT club night at Wonderland and we preview Vicious the new sitcom and the Norwich & Norfolk Festival, plus Jules and Corders discuss Maggie's 'inalienable right to be gay' speech ... and what about the lack of DingDong airplay on Chart Shows? What's new? Oz lyricist Yip Harburg was Blacklisted by McCarthy.
30:12 minutes (20.74 MB)Genre Blending and Gender Bending; Political activist Frank Stone's My Pride Life kicks off with Sarah Jane Morris' Me and Mrs Jones and features Folk, Jazz, Hi Energy Pop and sage advice on Equality.
Nick Cordingly talks with Neil McKenna about his book 'Fanny and Stella: The Young Men Who Shocked Victorian England'
13:50 minutes (9.51 MB)Ex Norwich Writer Neil McKenna talks with the Pride Live! Crew about his new book. Fanny and Stella were not ordinary young women, they were young men who liked to dress as women: Ernest Boulton and Frederick Park, a bank clerk and solicitor respectively, part-time actresses and part-time prostitutes.
59:01 minutes (40.54 MB)The Gay Football Supporters' Network on their report on the routine homophobia faced by Brighton Fans, plus Corders is interviewing Neil McKenna - author of 'Fanny and Stella: The Young Men Who Shocked Victorian England'. And we hear about Carnage - a celebration of Carnival. New music from Rhye and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs with a bit of Rufus and Joan as Policewoman.
29:02 minutes (19.94 MB)It's Ruth Fillery-Travis' My Pride Life. One of her tracks is '5 Years Time'; maybe in 2018 kids won't be bullied at school for having gay parents? Check out other great tracks including Carl Sagan -Glorious Dawn by Colorpulse plus Sufjan Stevens and Frank Turner.
8:59 minutes (8.23 MB)Brett Mills, Head of Film & TV at UEA, talks about his recent article questioning the lack of homosexual pairings in Wildlife Documentaries and the reaction from the broadcast community as well as from irate Tabloid readers.
56:58 minutes (39.12 MB)Hear from UEA's head of TV and Film Brett Mills about the hetero bias in TV wildlife Doc's, from the Bridewell's Hannah Henderson about the importance of LGBT exhibits at the museum and from Stonewall and the NNUH about the recent survey. Music includes the new Azealia Banks, and local producer Luke Abbott's work with London muso Brolin
90:47 minutes (62.35 MB)This Bumper Show reviews the 1st quarter of 2013, packed with great music; John Grant, Azealia Banks and Sister Crayon and A List interviews; Michael Cashman, Claire Harvey and Brian Dowling. And Hear the Sing With Pride Choir sing their tribute to Alan Turing 'That's Mathematics'
58:44 minutes (40.33 MB)We address issues arising from the tragic deaths of both Steven Simpson and Lucy Meadows - Blogger, feminist and journalist Jane Fae is on the phone and Ben Slade from Asperger East Anglia is in the studio. Claire Chapman joins us to remember Michael Gay who sadly died this week We'll also hear from Jeremy Hooke about the Peter Tatchell Foundation Gala at the Theatre Royal on 23rd June.
29:51 minutes (20.51 MB)Steve Luniss's My Pride Life is moving, funny and compelling listening - find out what was revealed when the Manc' PC ripped off his uniform!
5:20 minutes (3.67 MB)
Jane Fae discusses the treatment of Lucy Meadows, who died after being outed and denigrated by columnist Richard Littlejohn, with Di Cunningham
31:43 minutes (21.79 MB)Isla McIntosh's My Pride Life - Great tracks and considered, if contentious opinion; is there room for a big chicken at Norwich Pride?
59:21 minutes (40.76 MB)In the 100th Pride Live! join Brian 'Big Brother' Dowling and Michael 'Eastenders Gay Kiss' Cashman (he's a Euro MP now) plus Lauren Bleach is in the studio talking about Unison support for Norwich Pride and ideas for this year as well as lgbt equality in the workplace. Jack and Jules discuss the new Commonwealth Charter addressing discrimination and LGBT rights (though the Queen was unable to mention 'Sexuality' instead using the term 'Other Grounds').
8:21 minutes (5.74 MB)Michael Cashman, who as Eastenders Colin shared the 1st gay kiss in a British Soap, started his acting career at the holiday camps of Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft and is a fan of the Fine City of Norwich. He talked to Di Cunningham during Pride Live!'s 100th show about his current role as MEP Co Chair of the European Parliament's Inter Group on LGBT issues.
2:08 minutes (1.48 MB)Big Brother's Brian Dowling talks with Di Cunningham about Coming Out to his Mum
28:16 minutes (19.42 MB)From an early Pride March (or Monster Mince?) under the stern gaze of 'Lily Law' to chemical propulsion at the Waterfront via an exposé in The Sun courtesy of Section 28, Jonathan Phillips' My Pride Life is the most enduring so far and rigorously edited for pre-watershed listening! Music from Billie Holiday to Blur.
58:18 minutes (40.03 MB)Preview of Lady Haha comedy at the Playhouse, International Women's Day events in Norwich, we hear from the organisers of the capital's first Gay Music Festival for 10 years (As One in the Park) and catch what reviewer Edith Karnitsch thought of Sue Perkins new sitcom Heading Out, and we find out about plans for the 5th Norwich Pride and how to get involved - Kim Gibson and Dean M Simons join Jack Scott and Di Cunningham.
30:07 minutes (20.68 MB)Possibly the most diverse selection of tracks to date and wise words about Queer visibility and stereotyping; it's BJ Epstein's My Pride Life!
60:55 minutes (41.84 MB)Andrea Burdett and Kimberley Moore play live in the studio ahead of the Sing With Pride gig at Jurnet's Bar, Wensum Lodge on Thursday (and we hear the choir's latest numbers as they prepare for the PinkSingers' Hand In Hand ChoirFest). Jules and Jack talk with Phyllis of Black Pride and hear from Anne Coomber about the LGBT group at the NNUH which hosts the LGBTHistory Month event featuring Out Paralympian Claire Harvey. New Music from The XX and exciting new talent Laura Mvula.
29:32 minutes (20.29 MB)Annette Fillery-Travis' My Pride Life involves Equal Marriage 30 years ahead of its time, tales of carousing in Munich, and how to do Same Sex Parenting - there's even time for some great music.
30:28 minutes (20.92 MB)Edith Karnitsch muses on young love across the Berlin Wall and .. mmn? what's the German translation for Fanny Jam? Great music too.
55:22 minutes (38.02 MB)Out Paralympian Claire Harvey ahead of her keynote appearance at NNUH on 27th Feb and Geek's Out blogger Patrick with the latest on Gay Superheroes. Plus Maliki talks about making one of the short Trans films showing at Cinema City tomorrow and, with the Coming Out of footballer Robbie Rogers, we talk 1tothepower21 - the odds of there not being an Out Gay Premier League player. Music includes Dolly remixes and Azealia's Harlem Shake
30:19 minutes (20.81 MB)What was it like for a Catholic undergraduate to Come Out at UEA in the 70s? Hear David Fulman's My Pride Life; classy tracks and poignant memories. Eat your heart out Julie Burchill (give Desert Island Discs a miss and catch this instead).
60:04 minutes (41.25 MB) Football v Homophobia campaign, we hear about the preparations for Thursday's Billion Rising and catch the alternative Hip Hop 'Break the Chain' and we talk to Broken Rainbow - the National LGBT Domestic Violence Helpline and BJ Epstein about LGBT characters in Children's Lit. Great tracks include new music from Sister Crayon and Cakes Da Killa
30:06 minutes (20.68 MB)Jules Bremner's My Pride Life lit up the Future Radio switchboard when 1st broadcast as callers phoned to record their appreciation of the 6 track choices. Watch out for the violin though.
57:30 minutes (39.5 MB)An Equal Marriage Special with Helen of Norwich, Rachel and Naomi from the Octagon Chapel (the only church in Norfolk offering CPs) and Toastmaster John Driscoll as well as Derek MacAuley - national Chief Officer of the Unitarian church. Gay time TV is on People Like Us and The New Normal. Also the latest on LGBT History Month.
27:04 minutes (18.59 MB)The Coolest My Pride Life ever - 6 Cool tracks, Cool Coming Out Story ('I turned the volume back up and drove on..') Cool story about being on Iranian TV - all courtesy of Neil Coull
56:33 minutes (38.84 MB)Hear from Ruby Wax and Nicola Adams about why a Billion are Rising to dance (so we learn the steps for V-Day's Norwich Rising - in the studio!); helping out areJesse Charlebois and Davie Hayes (& Scarlet Fudge) from The Fox and Hounds Great Moulton - talking 'Trannyoake' and Katy Jon Went with the latest on the line up of events for LGBT History Month. Plus the latest London Musicals including Taboo.