21st June 2011
Interview: Henry Badenhorst, the Gaydar guy 24
5:55 PM — Gaydar co-founder Henry Badenhorst is arguably one of Britain’s most influential gay men, even if you don't recognise his name. Laurence Watts meets him to discuss the company's story.
28th April 2011
Interview: Richard ‘Biff’ Stannard, the man with the X Factor 25
5:25 PM — You might not know his name, but you can’t fail to know Richard 'Biff' Stannard’s music. Working with The Spice Girls, Kylie, U2 and countless other bands and artists he’s arguably written and produced some of the best songs in the history of pop music.
21st April 2011
Interview: Peter Tatchell on a lifetime of campaigning 58
3:25 PM — Peter Tachell is a name synonymous with the struggle for gay rights. He's got 40 years of campaigning behind him and even his critics admire his tireless zeal for equality. Laurence Watts meets him to find out more.
25th March 2011
Interview: Andrew Hayden-Smith is grown up, single and returning to your TV 35
3:39 PM — The last time we saw Andrew Hayden-Smith on television he was battling Cybermen alongside David Tennant’s Doctor Who. Since then the openly gay Geordie has been taking a bit of a breather, but not for much longer.
14th March 2011
Interview: Dan Choi on ‘direct action’ gay rights campaigning 42
5:29 PM — Lieutenant Dan Choi is a controversial figure in the world of American gay rights. Critical of many mainstream gay lobby groups, he proudly states the only organisation he is a member of is the US Army. Laurence Watts meets him to find out more.
7th March 2011
Interview: The Feeling frontman Dan Gillespie Sells on music, cricket and helicopters 2
4:43 PM — When I meet Dan Gillespie Sells, frontman of British pop group The Feeling, and the 2007 Stonewall entertainer of the year, I am meeting a man who has just put his foot down.
22nd February 2011
Feature: The Grindr story 67
11:02 AM — Grindr, the app which revolutionised how gay men meet, is almost two years old. Laurence Watts meets founder Joel Simkhai.