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The One Fifty Marchers follows Frazer & JD's journey to track down the 150 men and women who took part in the first LGBTQ+ march on Highbury Fields, London, on November 27th, 1970. This march took place to protest the way in which gay people were being treated and was the spark which began the UK gay rights movement. This podcast is a celebration of the original marchers, a number of which we will speak with throughout, and the work they did in making LGBTQ+ rights move forward in the United ...
 
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Frazer and JD take a look at Louis Eakes, the man who was responsible for bringing the marchers out into the open on November 27th, 1970. They speak with LGBTQ activist, Bernard Greaves, who knew Louis at the time and he also shares the work he did in fighting against the Pretty Policemen. This episode contains additional vocal contributions by Aft…
 
Frazer and JD look into the Gay Liberation Front demands, and speak with Nettie Pollard: a member since 1971 and activist ever since. Michael Cashman talks about the paperback release of his autobiography, 'One of Them' and his journey from East End boy to the House of Lords. Features additional vocal contributions by Jeffrey Weeks, Stuart Feather,…
 
Frazer and JD chat with Michael Breslin, nephew of actor John Breslin who attended the march on Highbury Fields in 1970. Then, they chat with Lewis Hetherington, Creative Lead for the Coming Back Out Ball and LGBTI+ Elders Social Dance Club which is a co-production between the National Theatre of Scotland and All The Queen's Men. Lewis shares his e…
 
Welcome to 2021! Frazer and JD look into one of the confirmed marchers: Mick Belston. They chat with Dan Glass (author of United Queerdom: From the Legends of the Gay Liberation Front to the Queers of Tomorrow and creator of Queer Tours of London) about his part in the reformation of the Gay Liberation Front. They also chat with Queer Activist, Dan…
 
In this episode, Frazer and JD look into where Bob Mellors and Aubrey Walter are now. They talk with Andrew Lumsden, who joined the Gay Liberation Front after reading about the Highbury Fields March in The Times Newspaper. They also speak with Geoffrey Wansall, the author of the article in The Times. Additional vocal contributions by: Jack Deeney, …
 
Join Frazer and JD as they begin their journey to find the 150 LGBTQ+ men and women who marched on Highbury Fields, November 27th, 1970. This episode covers the beginnings of the Gay Liberation Front in the United Kingdom and its links to the Black Panther Movement in the USA. The episode includes additional material by Charles Brunton and Tia Jame…
 
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