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Out In Brighton with Kathy Caton
Brighton's only LGBTQ radio show
Category: Gay & Lesbian
Location: Brighton
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Out In Brighton with Kathy Caton is the city's only LGBTQ radio show. Great guests from across the spectrum, news, reviews and...


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August 21, 2016 07:24 AM PDT

We're off down the summercamp indie disco, looking back on some of our favourite tracks of the year so far, including a double dose of local heroes Seabed - catch them quick before they go stellar...

Featuring:-
Teleman; Seabed; John Grant; Pet Shop Boys; Cassius feat Cat Power; Miri; Riton; Fat White Family; Ghosts Of The Social Network; Nzca Lines; Tame Impala; The War On Drugs

July 20, 2016 12:17 PM PDT

- the Women Over Fifty Film Festival returns - festival direction Nuala O'Sullivan has the lowdown
- Brighton Pride director Paul Kemp on Pride matters more than ever
- Sea Bed play Glastonbury
- and the Rainbow Chorus and Songs Without Borders

July 20, 2016 12:15 PM PDT

- the Women Over Fifty Film Festival returns - festival direction Nuala O'Sullivan has the lowdown
- Sea Bed play Glastonbury
- The Rainbow Chorus and Songs Without Borders

June 21, 2016 12:08 PM PDT

It is very much *not* business as usual this week as the world-wide LGBTQ community continues to feel the aftershocks of the terrible events in Orlando.

Joining Kathy Caton to reflect and discuss:-
- Rory Smith, LGBT Liaison / Hate Crime Co-ordinator at Sussex Police
- Jamed Ledward, editor of GScene magazine
- The human geographer Professor Kath Browne, who specialises in place, gender and sexuality
- Tarik Elmoutawakil of the Pink Fringe and queer venue The Marlborough Pub & Theatre

June 21, 2016 11:34 AM PDT

It is very much *not* business as usual this week as the world-wide LGBTQ community continues to feel the aftershocks of the terrible events in Orlando.

Joining Kathy Caton to reflect and discuss:-
- Rory Smith, LGBT Liaison / Hate Crime Co-ordinator at Sussex Police
- Jamed Ledward, editor of GScene magazine
- The human geographer Professor Kath Browne, who specialises in place, gender and sexuality
- Tarik Elmoutawakil of the Pink Fringe and queer venue The Marlborough Pub & Theatre

June 11, 2016 04:45 AM PDT

- Simon Dowe and Jason Warriner of the Sussex Beacon are in with a fundraising updated, and also to discuss the implications of the NHS announcement about PrEP
- The Golden Handbags are here again - James Ledward, editor of GScene, is in with the full low down on the Handbags - and why they matter
- The Brighton Bear Weekend is nearly here - we’ve your full cut out and keep guide to the weekend’s events with Graham Munday, Matt Brooks, and DJ Bozzy Bear
- and Lunch Positive are inviting you to their 7th birthday lunch - Gary Pargeter with the details on that, and also to tell us about the difference that the funds raised by the Bear Weekend - and donated by the Rainbow Fund - make to them

June 02, 2016 02:28 PM PDT

- In an exclusive interview, we’re joined by the University of Brighton’s first out Vice Chancellor, Professor Debra Humphris, and by the human geographer Professor Kath Browne, in conversation about their experiences.
- In another exclusive Professor Humphris will be giving this year’s LGBTQ Research Hub’s final year dissertation award - and we’ll hear from the recipient about their work, and what it means to them.
- It’s the final week of the 2016 Brighton Fringe - Tarik Elmoutawakil rounds up the last of the shows at the the Marlborough Theatre.
- And immersive, subversive artistic activities at Club Silencio at Subline - details on Brighton’s darkest cabaret night from DJ Juno and Ralph ThunderBear.

May 27, 2016 05:00 AM PDT

It’s a packed programme of LGBTQ theatre this week as Brighton Fringe continues -
- The House of Bakewell say they can make us happy
- Peter Darney on the award-winning 5 Guys Chilling at the Warren
- John Arthur Sweet is fresh from the Dublin Gay Theatre festival with his piece Erect But Unstable
And we’ve got the very naughty Captain Kidd from Briefs too!

May 24, 2016 02:38 PM PDT

- Sarah Hutchings on The Good Son, this year’s City Reads novel
- Lesbian knife-throwing rock opera comes to the Fringe - we’ll hear from the magnificently monikered Daggers MacKenzie
- The fabulous acrobatics of the very naughty Head First Acrobats and their Elixir show are back in town - and you’ve the chance to win tickets for their cracking show
- And more fringing with the International Man of Leather John Pendal

May 20, 2016 09:24 AM PDT

Feature-length Heather Peace special as she talks about parenthood, life on the road and the story telling new EP - and new sound - of Come Home.

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