Sexuality

Conversations from the Listening Project are broadcast on Radio 4 and on local radio stations across the UK and Northern Ireland.

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Double Exposure: Hal and Nats

13/07/2014

A nude model and her photographer find their session uniquely revealing.

Station: BBC Radio Cumbria

Getting Married - Andrew and Stephen

27/06/2014

A Church of England vicar and his partner consider their plans to marry this summer.

Station: BBC London 94.9

Bob and Steve - Do the Right Thing

09/06/2014

Two gay men who came out later in life share their experiences of marriage and children.

Station: BBC WM 95.6

Talking to the boss: Dusty and Margaret

21/06/2013

Dusty talks with Margaret about being Gay and their shared faith.

Station: BBC Radio Norfolk

Crossing the Divide: Hinoi and Margaret

10/06/2013

Mum and her 'new' daughter talk about being a transgender in Middlesbrough.

Station: BBC Tees

School Reunion: Wendy and Gill

27/05/2013

After twenty one years two friends meet the boy they both fell in love with.

Station: BBC Tees

Drag queen: Jamie and Margaret

13/05/2013

Margaret is worried that her son's drag act is taking over his life.

Station: BBC Tees

First impressions: Debbie and Finn

04/04/2013

Debbie and Finn share his experience of having two mums and his first impressions of her.

Station: BBC Radio Suffolk

Private time: Rachael and Dawn

08/03/2013

Two mothers talk openly about the sexual awakening of their special needs teenagers.

Station: BBC Radio Cumbria

Anarchy and Marxism: Geoff and Peter

28/12/2012

Partners and gay activists Peter and Geoff talk about anarchy and woolly thinking.

Station: BBC Radio Shropshire
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