The extraordinary story of E.M Forster's clandestine gay novel, Maurice - part of the BBC's Gay Britannia season.
For the 50th anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality, five writers offer a personal homage to a historic gay relationship. They are real or fictional, triumphant, notorious or, as was often historically the case, tragic.
Celebrating gay and queer culture, from the poetry of Sappho to the film Moonlight, leading figures will champion the LGBTQ artwork that is special to them.
As part of the BBC's Gay Britannia season, Radio 3 presents Joe Orton's plays The Ruffian On The Stair and The Erpingham Camp.
Broadcast as part of Radio 4 Extra’s Comedy Club, Comedian Stephen K. Amos shares some of the dramas and traumas of his teenage years, growing up as a black, gay South Londoner in the 1980s.
Erasure duo Vince Clarke and Andy Bell take time out from their very busy schedule to chat to Sara Cox about their 80s.
The BBC today announces Gay Britannia, a season of programming marking the 50th anniversary of The Sexual Offences Act 1967, which partially decriminalised homosexual acts that took place in private between two men over the age of 21.
Kiss goodbye to Gaydar Radio and Soho's Profile bar and club.
QSoft Consulting can confirm that its GaydarRadio DAB licences will officially be handed over to Gaydio, a not for profit FM radio station for LGBT people, on the 7th January 2013. The transfer of the licences will enable QSoft Consulting to focus on its core business interests which includes the Gaydar.co.uk and GaydarGirls.com dating sites, mobile sites and apps.
A radio station has issued an apology after listeners complained of hearing 'gay sex noises' live on air.