30th April 2015
Watch: BBC journalist kicked out of ‘gay cure’ conference in London 9
11:00 AM — A BBC News documentary has taken a look inside a religious 'gay cure' therapy conference which took place earlier this month in London.
13th February 2015
BBC News captions woman as ‘lesbian’ 29
2:37 PM — BBC News has captioned a woman as 'lesbian'.
18th September 2013
G4S apologises to LGBT Lib Dem group after demanding to see banner 17
11:55 AM — Security firm G4S has apologised to LGBT delegates at the Lib Dem conference after it was accused of trying to stifle freedom of expression.
24th July 2013
Paul Gambaccini: The BBC singled me out as a ‘potential security threat’ for being gay 17
1:56 PM — Radio 2 DJ Paul Gambaccini has revealed how the BBC marked his personnel file with a "Christmas tree" symbol in order to warn others that he was gay.
17th June 2013
David Cameron to discuss Nigeria’s new anti-gay law with country’s politicians and leaders 7
2:15 PM — Following the decision of Nigeria's lawmakers to pass a new anti-homosexuality law, Prime Minister David Cameron says “nothing should be off the table” when it comes to foreign aid and protecting equal rights.
11th June 2013
Daily Mail’s Andrew Pierce: I’m called a ‘homophobe’ and ‘Uncle Tom’ for opposing equal marriage 103
12:18 PM — As part of a feature for the BBC News website entitled “The gay people against gay marriage” Daily Mail columnist Andrew Pierce says his opposition to equal marriage means he’s denounced by his critics as a “homophobe and Uncle Tom”.
28th March 2013
BBC apologises for naming South African official ‘gay marriage’ in TV news caption 3
4:55 PM — The BBC has apologised for accidently naming a South African civil servant with the name “gay marriage” in a TV news report about a diplomatic conference.
1st February 2013
BBC News presenter Jane Hill: Gays and lesbians need better representation on TV and radio 32
2:04 PM — BBC News presenter Jane Hill says there is still not enough LGBT people on Britain's TV screens in an exclusive interview with PinkNews.
31st December 2012
Comment: The leadership of the Catholic Church are hate-fuelled bigots 116
12:29 PM — In light of today’s dramatic announcement that Pope Benedict XVI intends to step down – let us point you to this PinkNews comment piece by Adrian Tippetts – published at the end of last year about the Catholic Church’s leadership.
28th December 2012
Comment: BBC News was biased against same-sex marriage over Christmas 77
6:31 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, David Mason says the BBC News' coverage of equal marriage was not balanced over the festive period with opponents being given excessive airtime.
15th November 2012
Tory MP criticises George Osborne for going ‘big’ on same-sex marriage 79
11:28 AM — Conservative MP Glyn Davies says he is disappointed that the prime minister, deputy prime minister and chancellor are all supporting equal marriage.
7th January 2011
Ofcom won’t intervene over BBC interview with gay execution supporter 75
2:43 PM — Broadcasting watchdog Ofcom will not intervene over complaints at a BBC News interview with an anti-gay extremist who has supported the execution of HIV-positive gay men.
Video: BBC Newsnight guest calls Australian cricket team ‘poofters’ 103
9:42 AM — A guest on last night's BBC Newsnight called the Australian cricket team "poofters" for having dyed hair. The incident comes after almost 100 people complained to Ofcom over a BBC News broadcast which interviewed the Christian fundamentalist and gay execution supporter Stephen Green over Elton John's surrogate baby.
5th January 2011
Viewers complain over BBC interview with anti-gay extremist 93
1:12 PM — Broadcasting watchdog Ofcom has received 95 complaints over a BBC news bulletin which invited an anti-gay extremist to air his views about gay parenting. Complaints have also been made directly to the BBC but the corporation refused to reveal how many it had received.
30th December 2010
Exclusive- BBC: Gay execution supporter interview was required to ‘balance’ Elton John baby coverage 147
4:33 PM — The BBC has mounted a defence of its decision to include an interview with a supporter of state sponsored execution of gay men in its coverage of the birth of Sir Elton John and David Furnish's first child. A spokesman for the corporation told PinkNews.co.uk that the interview with a right-wing Christian fundamentalist allowed the BBC News at Six to reflect a genuine debate over the issue of surrogacy for gay couples.
29th December 2010
How to complain about the BBC interviewing pro-gay execution fundamentalist on Sir Elton’s baby 55
1:33 PM — Last night, as first highlighted by PinkNews.co.uk, the BBC's flagship BBC News at Six programme on BBC One featured an interview with Stephen Green, who has previously called for gays to be executed on the news that Sir Elton John and his partner David Furnish were celebrating the birth of their first son. We explain how to complain about this story.
9th November 2010
Video: Politicians join Stonewall ‘It Gets Better Today’ campaign 14
12:19 PM — Politicians from all of the main parties have added their support to a Stonewall campaign to support gay teenagers. The campaign is inspired by the US YouTube campaign It Gets Better and encourages people to record short videos of support.
16th December 2009
Twitter users furious at BBC gay debate 40
4:19 PM — Twitter users are complaining about a debate on the BBC's website which asks 'Should homosexuals be executed?'. It appears on the Have Your Say debate boards.