7th June 2015
Sir Ian McKellen: David Cameron’s insistence on same-sex marriage was ‘astonishing’ 6
12:59 PM — Sir Ian McKellen has spoken in praise of Tory Prime Minister David Cameron for pushing through same-sex marriage.
1st June 2015
Sir Ian Mckellen wants a bedroom scene with Sir Derek Jacobi 7
4:37 PM — The veteran actors Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Derek Jacobi play an older gay couple in the ITV sitcom Vicious.
15th October 2014
Sir Ian McKellen to be awarded Freedom of the City of London this month 4
3:35 PM — Gay actor Sir Ian McKellen will be honoured with Freedom of the City of London later this month.
17th June 2014
Sir Derek Jacobi: ‘Older LGBT people need our help and support’ 2
3:32 PM — Actor Sir Derek Jacobi is backing a campaign to improve care provision for older members of the LGBT community.
30th October 2013
BBC survey: Tom Daley’s Splash! favourite for gay men whilst lesbians like Rules of Engagement 2
3:18 PM — ITV’s ‘Vicious’ and ‘Splash!’ have been rated the most popular programmes for young gay men in a BBC survey, whilst for lesbians in the same age category 'Rules of Engagement' followed by 'Never Mind the Buzzcocks' are the most popular shows.
30th September 2013
Derek Jacobi: ‘I had no idea I was breaking Ian McKellen’s heart’ 8
4:33 PM — Sir Derek Jacobi says he had “no idea” he was breaking the heart of friend and colleague Sir Ian McKellen, who once had a crush on him when they were studying together at university.
18th June 2013
Barry Cryer brands ITV’s Vicious ‘homophobic’ television 98
3:10 PM — Comedian Barry Cryer says ITV's sitcom Vicious is "positively homophobic".
8th May 2013
LBC’s Iain Dale: ITV’s Vicious is an ‘abortion of a comedy’ and Brian Sewell is right to pan it 39
3:46 PM — LBC radio presenter Iain Dale says ITV’s new gay sitcom Vicious is an “abortion of a comedy” and has praised Brian Sewell’s withering critique of the show.
7th May 2013
Brian Sewell attacks ITV’s Vicious as ‘spiteful parody’ with audience down by 2 million 55
3:36 PM — With the show down 2 million viewers for its second episode controversial art critic Brian Sewell says ITV’s new sitcom Vicious reminds him of a less progressive period for gay people.