You can also listen to the live broadcast of the programme online on Sunday mornings - go to the Access Radio website and click on the listen live button. Note: you need to have Adobe Flash installed on your computer to listen live. Notices for the broadcasting on the programme should be sent to qbananasradio gmail. Check out the Programme's facebook page Quilted Bananas Radio for the latest updates from programme presenters.
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The goal of Queer Voices is to provide up to date information on the community's concerns that is currently not available from other local media outlets. Queer voices is always looking for volunteers to help put out a great show. For out community! For more information please contact Us. GLAAD is fighting the rollback by enlisting philanthropic leaders like the Ariadne Getty Foundation and global changemakers attending the World Economic Forum to use their platforms and move our community forward. This is a significant decline from 53 percent last year and the first time the Accelerating Acceptance report has shown a drop in acceptance for LGBTQ people. This number is a significant 11 percentage point increase from the previous year 44 percent.
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Conceptualised and run by the Rainbow Rights Project R-Rights , a group of lesbian and gay lawyers and legal activists, and supported by the Global Fund for Women, the weekly programme gathered Filipino LGBT, their families and supporters to share and discuss issues, news and events. While the programme was originally broadcasted live over FM and AM radio the episodes continue to be available on the R- Rights website. The plan is to use some of the audio content from the radio programme and update it with popular music to make short audio or video clips. Umbac said the plan for an international episode was in response to demands from the international LGBT community that cannot follow the Filipino language.
This year saw over 1, nominations from the public run past a panel of judges to create a final list of people, which is topped by transgender rights activist Paris Lees. The Independent states 'The judges decided that a Pink List contender can no longer simply be lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender and famous. They need to make a difference' Toby Whitehouse co-founded Gaydio with Ian Wallace in , where it was conceived as a pop-up station for Manchester Pride. After a series of pilot broadcasts, Gaydio launched a full time FM service for Manchester in Manchester and currently presents mid-mornings on Gaydio alongside running the output of the station.