4th February 2009
Gay titles one80news and 3SIXTY under new ownership
4:46 PM — National gay lifestyle magazine 3SIXTY and newspaper one80news are to relaunch under new ownership, it emerged today.
Chronicler of New York’s gay liberation movement dies aged 76 1
4:33 PM — One of the founders of one of the first gay rights groups in America who later chronicled the movement has died. G Donn Teal was 76 years old.
Beckham: Inside me there is a gay man who wants to come out 10
2:17 PM — Former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham has said she has more in common with gay men than other women. The wife of footballer David Beckham, she is close friends with prominent gay Sir Elton John.
3rd February 2009
Obama moves to fill last Cabinet posts as gays appointed to lower ranks 1
6:10 PM — The appointments of more openly gay people to posts in the Obama administration have been announced. LGBT rights activists were disappointed that no out people were appointed to the new President's Cabinet.
Finnish media group discriminated against lesbian editor 2
4:51 PM — The Labour Protection Office in Finland has ruled that the country's second-largest media group was guilty of unjust discrimination in the case of a gay woman.
Gay-themed musical sweeps London theatre award nominations 1
4:15 PM — Camp musical La Cage Aux Folles has been nominated for seven Laurence Olivier Awards. The lead actors, Denis Lawson and Douglas Hodge, were nominated.
Prime Minister to attend New Zealand gay family picnic 3
2:48 PM — The Prime Minister of New Zealand is among the country's political leaders who have confirmed they will attend the Big Gay Out family picnic day in Auckland this weekend.
Stephen Fry tops British twitter list but trails Obama
11:53 AM — TV personality Stephen Fry is the UK's most followed twitter user. The QI presenter and polymath regularly updates his twitter feed, and he already has more than 100,000 followers.
2nd February 2009
Deputy Mayor to take part in LGBT History Month event at City Hall
3:33 PM — Broadcasters, celebrities and political figures will be doing their bit for LGBT History Month on Saturday at a special event at London's City Hall.
Appeal for ‘ambassadors’ to share their stories of Pride in London
2:45 PM — The organisers of the UK's largest Pride event want to hear your experiences. Pride London is looking for ambassadors for this year's event.
1st February 2009
Hollyoaks Spoilers: Calvin feels the strain
4:19 PM — Calvin is feeling the strain of trying to keep his wife happy as Carmel starts discussing holidays now that Calvin's making more money at work. Realising that he'll have to make more cash if he wants to give Carmel what she craves, Calvin goes to see Warren and asks for one more job. Sasha also drops in on Warren, hoping for more of the same from the other night, but he's not in the mood and is cold towards her.
30th January 2009
Hundreds of events planned for LGBT History Month
12:18 PM — The fifth annual LGBT History Month looks set to be the biggest ever with hundreds of events planned nationwide.
29th January 2009
New Met police commissioner is “hypocritical” on hate crimes claims Tatchell 1
4:43 PM — Gay rights activist Peter Tatchell has questioned the appointment of Sir Paul Stephenson as Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service.
27th January 2009
Elton John accused of snubbing Argentina’s President 5
5:23 PM — Singer Sir Elton John has left Argentina without meeting the President after she postponed a scheduled encounter after his concert in Buenos Aires.
Skins and Torchwood nominated for GLAAD media awards 1
2:35 PM — Two British TV programmes have been nominated for the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Media Awards.
Interview: Gay director’s debut feature blurs reality and fiction
2:17 PM — Film director Patrick McGuinn's feature debut features an all-gay cast and has been hailed as "a brilliant debut."
26th January 2009
Tom Hanks backtracks on un-American comments about gay marriage opponents 7
12:30 PM — Actor Tom Hanks has said he should not have described Mormons as un-American for their support of a ban on gay marriage.
Bahrain’s government blocks access to gay sites in internet crackdown 3
11:44 AM — Gay sites such as gaydar.com can no longer be accessed from Bahrain as part of a government clampdown on internet pornography.
Sean Penn wins Screen Actors Guild award for role as gay politician Harvey Milk 3
9:15 AM — Sean Penn last night won the Screen Actors Guild award for his portrayal of the gay politician Harvey Milk in the film Milk.
24th January 2009
Film Review: Che Part Two
1:42 PM — In the second of a two part drama about the revolutionary life and times of Ernesto ''Che'' Guevara, viewers are taken to Bolivia for an on-the-ground document of guerrilla warfare. By all accounts , Che: Part Two it is the film Soderbergh originally wanted to make – but which would be difficult to stand on its own.