A new season marking the 1967 sexual offences act.
Why is it OK to be gay in the UK but not in Zambia?
Olly Alexander explores the mental health issues faced by members of the LGBT+ community.
Exploring the long journey to publication of EM Forster's gay love story, Maurice.
Including the Punjabi Romeo and Juliet and the Centre for the Study of Sexual Dissidence.
Philip Hoare and Elizabeth Jane Burnett discuss the literary power of the sea.
A once pejorative label, what does it mean to be queer in Britain in 2017?
Riyadh Khalaf explores the world of queer porn.
Riyadh Khalaf explores casual racism in the LGBTQ+ community.
Riyadh Khalef explores homelessness among young LGBTQ+ people.
Riyadh looks at body image pressures in the gay community.
Riyadh meets a disfellowed Jehovah's Witness and a transmasculine Christian.
A gripping true story of love and homosexuality.
Explore BBC TV programmes featured in this season
Explore BBC Radio programmes featured in this season
Simon Callow examines the work of 19th century artists who explored same-sex desire.
In July 1967, sex between men in England and Wales was decriminalised.
One pub, eight stories. Mark Gatiss curates stories from a century of Gay Britain.
BBC Four looks at how life has changed in the last 50 years for LGBTQ people in Britain
Programmes celebrating gay culture and its journey from then until now.
Exploring the capacity for heritage organisations to support the fight for equality.
Patrick Gale on his writing career
Explore Radio 1 programmes, clips and articles from this season.
9 Magical Moments from 'I Feel Love'
The National Archives are publishing new materials showcasing LGBT+ projects and records.
A new exhibition in London's City Hall recognises the struggle of the LGBTQ movement.
The story of love, legislative change and the battle for equality (Image © Peter Tatchell)
The National Trust is marking the anniversary with a programme called Prejudice and Pride.
Exploring Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears’ relationship.
Award-winning exhibition Never Going Underground: The Fight for LGBT+ Rights, until 3/9/17
Explore tales of gender fluidity, unrequited love and secretive relationships.