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BBC Radio documentary will chart how AIDS changed America

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  1. does anyone know if it will be possible to listen to this on Internet…I don’t live in the UK

  2. Hey Hilly,

    Try going to There should be the option to click on “Listen live”. As far as I know, all BBC radio is broadcast live on the net. Give it a try in advance, then at least you’ll know whether or not it is possible.


    Mike K

  3. Ashley Byrne 21 Nov 2008, 7:48pm

    You should be able to listen to this live. You should also be able to listen to it a week after broadcast on the bbc iplayer

  4. One of my favorite quotes by Paul Michael Glaser is that ’ Our ability to love is our truest power, our greatest power as human beings.” It may be that sometimes we forget in the midst of our busy daily life, that how we behave, what we say to others, and what we do, really matters. It can have an enormous consequence in the lives of others. Our good conscience should always remind us that we are together with God in this Universe, and as such, shining our light towards others can only to help bring us all closer to oneness. It is true that what we do every day, in each hour, each interaction, matters immensely. Listen, understand, be kind and compassionate. It takes so little to make a huge difference in someone else’s life..

    As the 20th anniversary of World AIDS Day approaches, help fight the fight by becoming more aware. AIDS does not discriminate, it does not judge.. it does not care if you are a man, a woman, a child, a brother ,a sister, a mother, a father… Awareness is the key, be a leader in the fight against HIV/AIDS, don’t be silent, practice safe sex, educate to eradicate, donate to an HIV/AIDS related charity, …. take a stand, volunteer… help make a difference!

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