BBC wants your real life stories from 50 years of decriminalised homosexuality

Advertising Feature December 20, 2016
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The BBC is looking for amazing stories from LGBT Brits for their new show.

Has someone from your past left a lasting impact? Be it a lost love, or an estranged family member, a former friend or old colleague.

The BBC are looking to reunite LGBTQ people for a documentary marking some of the milestones of LGBTQ history of last 50 years since he Sexual Equalities Act in 1967.

The programme will take a unique look at both sides of the story, and will bring people together who either want to celebrate their past, or who need closure.

From Section 28, the military, gay marriage or pride, thousands of LGBTQ people have unique stories to tell, and we want to reunite them with someone who made a difference to their lives.

For better or worse, anyone with a story to tell and a person who they think about, we want to hear from you.

All contact will be treated in strictest confidence and no one will be contacted without your permission.

For more information Contact [email protected]

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