Gay Britannia, a season of programming marking the 50th anniversary of The Sexual Offences Act 1967, which partially decriminalised gay sex.
A season of programming marking the 50th anniversary of The Sexual Offences Act 1967
BBC World Service reports on a photography exhibition on 50 years of London's LGBTQ scene
Documentaries with actor Andrew Scott and a concert with Scott Mills and Ana Matronic.
Matthew Sweet on film and music for hidden gay cinema.
Nick Grimshaw explores the phenomenon of coming out videos.
Peter Tatchell on how the 1967 Sexual Offences Act failed to provide equality for gay men.
Val McDermid presents a history of same-sex relationships in Britain.
Why is it OK to be gay in the UK but not in Zambia?
"Each movement the beginning of a potential work of art ..."
Jon Savage explores the influence of LGBT+ culture on the punk movement.
An extended feature on the lyrics and the sentiments of Northern Ireland's LGBT artists.
Ben Hunte meets Gina Yashere, followed by the best out and proud BBC Radio comedy.
Ben Hunte meets Peter Tatchell, followed by a drama about the OutRage action of 1994.
Beth Ditto presents a two hour curated music show for 6 Music's Loud and Proud season.
Scott Mills & Ana Matronic present a special event celebrating 50 years of sexual freedom.
By Nicholas McInerny. The tale of a husband coming out as gay after 19 years.
It's 1976 and Mary Ann arrives in San Francisco hoping for adventure.
Ben Hunte meets Ben Cohen, then the comedy series with 'the only gay in the village'.
The incomparable broadcaster Paul O'Grady recalls his LGBT life and alter ego Lily Savage.
Ben Hunte meets Ruth Hunt, followed by the Edwardian tale of a girl's growing obsession.
Tom talks to singer and poet Labi Siffre as part of 6 Music's Loud and Proud season.
Ben Hunte introduces Ian and Adam's 2006 civil partnership in Ambridge.
Paul O'Grady recalls his alter ego Lily Savage and all-time drag act greats with Ben Hunte
Ben Hunte introduces teenage Stephen K Amos plucking up the courage to reveal his secret.
By Armistead Maupin. Ben Hunte introduces the 1976 tale of buddies in San Francisco.
By Andy Kirby. Ben Hunte introduces the 1991 drama about a hospital's first AIDS patient.
By EM Forster. Ben Hunte introduces Forster's tale of sexual awakening from 1914.