Best Kathycaton podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Kathy Caton's weekly guide to all things Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer in Brighton and beyond. You can hear Out In Brighton live on FM & DAB every Tuesday from 5-6pm, again at 10pm, Wednesday at 8am and Saturdays from 11-1200 on Radio Reverb 97.2fm.
 
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It's an Out In Brighton mixtape this week - we head to the indie disco for some of the tracks that have been getting us going at OIB towers over the past six months...
 
We’ve an exclusive interview with Chris Gull, chair of the Rainbow Fund; and the Marlborough Theatre’s ground-breaking ‘New Queers on the Block’ is set to tour the UK - Xavier de Souza and Ema Boswood join me to discuss
 
- Brighton’s LGBTQ cinema programmers Eyes Wide Open present their first queer Arab film season - programmers and curators Jacob - Bruce Guthrie brings some broadcasting A-listers to the Marlborough for the Novel Game, in aid of your very own Radio ReverbAnd a new musical talent on the scene - we introduce Samuel…
 
Mark Richardson from Charleston on their new LGBTQ+ project Unexpected Delights; the ever-brilliant Dr Jane Traies on her ground-breaking oral history collection 'Now You See Me: lesbian life stories'; and the indefatigable Emma Inch, founder of the first Brighton & Hove Beer Week...
 
In this week's show - looking at the social care needs of an ageing LGBTQ+ population with the University of Brighton's Lizzie Ward; and exploring the ever-evolving drag and queer performance scene with Hans Euff.
 
The second of our Pride preview shows, taking a look at some of the queerer delights going on around Pride, including Fat Cabaret/Fat Pride at The Marlborough; the ever-luscious Stephen Richards aka Lola Lasagne with the full run-down on the Cabaret tent; Jules from Queer Prom on how you can have the Prom you deserve regardless of age, gender, ...…
 
The count down to Brighton Pride 2018 is nearly on - Paul Kemp has everything you need to know on what’s promising to be the biggest Pride to date - and why Pride has purpose. Plus MindOut for the Laughs has its annual outing at the Komedia - comedian and performer Annabelski has the low down
 
- It's a packed show with the full run down on all things Trans Pride Brighton with Michelle Steele and Vern Collins from the TPB Committee, plus the Marlborough’s Abby Butcher and Assistant Producer Lee Smith have all you need to know about the Trans Pride Art Season- We hear from Zainab Juma, the creative force behind Penguin Pride - And the ...…
 
- Pride comes to Worthing for the first time - we’re joined by the host of the inaugural Worthing Pride - the gender discombobulator, scene regular and radio personality Spice- Jo Jepson-Davies, blogger and creator of the Ex Hetera blog will be in- And remembering Arthur Law with Gary Pargeter and Kate Wildblood…
 
- community hero and fundraising stalwart Danny Dwyer, founder of Bear Patrol -- Looking ahead to the Marlborough's events, workshops and performances for Trans Pride - and Melita Dennett on Gilbert and George at Brighton Museum
 
We've a bundle of community heroes this week - Seth Corbin and Laura Honeker, creators of DIY grassroots performance weekender Up The Alley; Dr Nick Douglas and Dr Kate Nambiar from Clinic T on a new trans and non-binary video and podcast project; and Daniel Cheeseman, the CEO of LGBT Switchboard, on all of the updates and changes across their ...…
 
- We look back on #AMonthOfMakeup in aid of MentalkHealth with Marc Edwards - Drag Princess Miss Disney on taking Brighton's cabaret scene by storm - And Roni Guetta of Traumfrau and Brighton’s Drag Pageant fame is bringing back the hugely successful Queer Migrant Takeover night
 
A bevvy of bears have their annual Out In Brighton takeover, bringing you your cut out and keep guide to all you need to know about Brighton Bear Weekend 2018!
 
- Queer pop artist Le Fil brings their debut show 24/7 to the Marlborough- British/German arts collective Gob Squad bring the UK premier of Creation (Pictures for Dorian) to the Attenborough Centre for Creative Arts- Festival Flaneur Melita Dennett guides us through the last week of the Festival and she takes us under the skin of the Gilbert an ...…
 
- Nicky Haydn from the spectacular festival-within a festival venue The Warren- Travis Alabanza’s Brighton Festival debut - “Before I step outside (you love me)”.- Adam at the Theatre Royal, telling the true story of a young Transgender man making his way seeking asylum from Egypt to Scotland- And the divine Leah Shelton and Scotty the Blue Bun ...…
 
Your full Brighton Festival and Fringe 2018 look ahead with Julian Caddy, Rebecca Sandles and Melita Dennett, and Brighton Bear Weekend plans with Graham, Neil and Matt.
 
- David Sheppeard of the Marlborough pub and theatre has everything you need to know about whats on at Brighton’s leading LGBTQ theatre space this Fringe- Indie kids rejoice - queer indie disco Pinkglove is coming to Komedia- And Jolie Booth, founder of the Museum of Ordinary People
 
The Brighton Rockers Rollerderby team take over the studio - what is Rollerderby, and what's it like to be queer within the sport? Plus we look ahead to the return of the mighty, mighty Warren for Brighton Fringe 2018 and their slew of LGBTQ shows. Plus a good smattering of Joan As Policewoman tracks ahead of next week's Old Market gig.…
 
In this week’s show - the very lovely Graham Munday, chair of Brighton Bear Weekend, brings us up to date with all things ursine; exciting news from the Museum of Transology from Assistant Curator Colin Leivens; and the award-winning documentary maker Daisy Asquith joins to discuss her film Queerama, looking at a century of queer rights and des ...…
 
It's that time again! The Bedford Tavern's Annual Fundraising Drag Races are back - award-winning landlord Adam Brooks and resident gender discombulist Spice have your full cut out and keep guide...
 
The legendary queer feminist lesbian performance duo Split Britches are in town with their new show Unexploded Ordinances - Rebecca Sandles reports. And we get fierce and femme with Female Trouble - Ali and Alex are in the studio ahead of their Hysterical Hussies night at Komedia...
 
- In the studio: Jacob Engelberg, programmer of Brighton’s Queer Cinema strand Eyes Wide Open - Ian Chaplin, Damien Giles and Dave Phillips of the Brighton Sea Serpents rugby club- LGBT fostering and adoption week - Kit Redstone and Rhum and Clay bring Testosterone to The Old Market And - klaxon! Brand spanking new music from Out In Brighton fa ...…
 
- The 2nd annual B Right On Festival is here to mark LGBT History Month - the musician Paul Diello reprises Epicence, his sell-out show from Brighton Fringe - The Sussex Beacon’s new Executive Director Bill Puddicombe has had his first month in the job - what’s his back story, what’s his vision for the Beacon for the years ahead- And news on Ou ...…
 
In this week’s show, we’re taking a look at some of the alternative queer nights out you can dip your toe in in Brighton. Roni Guetta of Traumfrau is bringing Kill Joy Bingo to town for International Women’s Day and new performance night Queerdom launches - producer Rosie Blackwell-Sutton and host Sammy Silver tell all - and we get an update on ...…
 
- We look ahead to the second B-Right-On festival, coming to Victoria Gardens for February - LGBT History Month, with curators and organisers Billie Lewis and AJ Paterson of the LGBT Safety Forum.- We’ve also got the irrepresible Ema Boswood from the Marlborough Pub & Theatre - as we emerge from January’s gloom, what LGBTQ cultural treats have ...…
 
We’re back with the first show of 2018. Good to be back! This week, we’re focussing on the power of LGBTQ stories and representation in arts and culture- We’ve an extended interview with Pete Lawson, playwright and EastEnders scriptwriter, and the man responsible for the Christian and Syed storyline. From Colin and Barry’s kiss to trans represe ...…
 
Can't believe it's come round so quick, but it's my favourite show of the year - you're in charge of the playlist as Out In Brighton airs your favourite tracks of 2017 - including War On Drugs, St Vincent, Jane Weaver, Big Thief, PINS... On goes the list!
 
- We bang the drum for home-grown talent, as Emma Inch - presenter of the multiple-award winning Frockabilly and Fermentation radio shows, wins the Beer Communicator of the Year (online) award; and David Lilly, Chair of Resound Male Voices, with a seasonal lookahead and airing some of their cracking tracks too…
 
A double literary and academic treat with the inimitable Dr Jane Traies and her ground-breaking work on the lives of older lesbians, and author Val Brown on her biography of the extraordinary Toupie Lowther, plus Aaron Lawrence (aka Spice) is in the stuiod too to talk about The Bedford's Rough Sleeper fundraising appeal, plus a smattering of St ...…
 
- Liz Ridgeway of the Sussex Swans Aussie Rules Football Club is in to explain all things Aussie rules to us, its growth as sport in the UK - and how there are more chances than ever for LGBTQ people to get involved- David Hoyle comes to the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts on Saturday - David Sheppeard from the Marlborough Theatre wil ...…
 
Martin Pel, Curator of fashion at the Royal Pavilion and Museums on bringing LGBTQ lives and stories to the collections; Xavier de Sousa and Roni Guetta on celebrating the migrant experience and delving into the construction of national identity ahead of the Queer Migrant Takeover at the Marlborough.…
 
LGBT highlights in Brighton's Cinecity film festival, now in its 15th year; Sarah Hutchings on the Queer Looks project; events to mark Trans Day of Remembrance 2017 and the first airplay of K Anderson's new single too
 
The Allsorts Youth Project turns 18 - Katie Vincent tells all about this unique organization; the Oska Bright film festival returns - Lisa Wolfe tells us what’s in store for Oska Bright 2017 including their LGBTQ strand; and the mighty, mighty Goldfrapp are in town this week - so there’ll be a fair old smattering of Goldrapp tracks too…
 
We hear from poet, writer and activist Lucie Barat (and get to air her new single too); Brighton Bear Weekend news from Graham Munday including whopping fundraising news and Hallow'een plans; and new music from This Human Condition too.
 
Spun Glass Theatre are challenging gender stereotypes with Princess Charming, a new cabaret show for children; MindOut are recruiting; and RadioReverb needs you!
 
- It’s all about the boys this week - the organisers of Leathermen South are hosting a fundraiser to help the situation of gay men in Chechnya - I'm joined by Wolfie Becker, Carl Patrick and Roald Hughes to discuss. We’ll also be talking about Carl’s career as an author and Roald’s music too - tonnes to discuss!- Jacob Engelberg, curator of Bri ...…
 
The Marlborough Theatre hosts their inaugural Marly Mates this week - programme coordinator Ema Boswood has the lowdown on that, plus more highlights from their packed Autumn programme - Billie Lewis and AJ Patterson from the LGBT Community Safety Forum will be in with an update on everything Community Safety Forum shaped - and details on their ...…
 
- The Women Over Fifty Film Festival returns to Brighton - festival founder & director Nuala O’Sullivan and Jacob Engelberg, Programmer of Eyes Wide Open Cinema will be in with the full run down - Newly-named Professor of Psychology & Sexualities, the mighty Katherine Johnson will be in to talk about her new role as Director, Centre for Transfo ...…
 
- Kate Webb from community LGBTQ mental health organisation MindOut has a comprehensive update including how you can get involved in supporting them- As we pack away our lilos for another year and think about slipping in to our autumnal colours, the Marlborough Theatre’s Ema Boswood joins us with the low-down on their packed autumn season- and ...…
 
New queer magazine Stemme launches; Brighton go up to the Premiere League - but what's the position for homophobia on the terraces? And Sarah Walk interviewed too...
 
The campaign to #FreeTheNipple comes to Brighton, and Dr Olu Jenzen of the University of Brighton on UOB's growing LGBTQ research profile - and how you can get involved with its GScene collaboration.
 
The biggest weekend in Brighton's LGBTQ calendar - covered by Pride Director Paul Kemp, Stephen Richards aka Lola Lasagne, and Billie Lewis and AJ Patterson from the LGBT Community Safety Forum, and organisers of the Access Tent and Women's Performance Tent respectively.
 
As Trans Pride Brighton marks its 5th year, we have your full cut out and keep guide:-- Angela Green from the TPB Committee has the full run down on events- The mighty E-J Scott brings the ground-breaking Museum of Transology to Brighton- and Ema Boswood on what's on at the Marlborough and Roni Guetta has the details on the TPB Traumfrau at the ...…
 
MindOut launch their new Bi peer support group; Matt Rood aka Mr Gay UK; and Sameena Zehra on the Solidarity For Grenfell fundraiser at The Blue Man.
 
The brilliant Frankie Furlow live in session as they celebrate their first publishing deal, plus Sarah Hutchings on Brighton Museum's LGBTQ oral history project Wear It Out
 
We've hear from novellist Allie Rogers, whose new book Little Gold looks at coming of age in 1980s Brighton; new queer theatre piece Alice Cracked brings alive five different Alices from history; and MindOut appoint Aaron Lawrence as their first Community Ambassador.
 
The bloomin' brilliant Brighton Bear Weekend take over Out In Brighton - hear from Billie Lewis, Aneesa Chaudry, Tony Russell, Aaron Lawrence aka Spice, Darren Little, Jon Borthwick, Matt Brooks, Neil Borrett, Ian Chaplin, James Ledward, Maria Baker and Graham Munday. Cor!!
 
- Brighton drag queen Alpha Bites joins us to talk about Female Trouble, the rise of the femme-centred drag scene, and performing gender on and off the stageAs the International Comic Expo comes to Brighton, I’ll be talking to Jessica Kemp of ICE Brighton and Missed Deadline and The Green Ferret artist Melissa Delteil of about women in comics, ...…
 
We’re into the last hurrah of the 2017 Brighton Festival but there’s one more week of Fringe delights ahead for you -The Marlborough Theatre is centre stage this week - Stephanie Ware tells us How Eva Von Schnippish won World War 2 - Also at the Marly Gypsy Queen looks at Sexual identity and hyper-masculinity in the boxing community - Rant and ...…
 
More Brighton Festival and Fringe delights, and this week we're focussing on the masculine end of the spectrum.- Harry Clayton-Wright, artist in residence at the Marlborough Theatre on bringing new piece Sex Education to the Fringe- Award-winning Drag Prince Alfie Ordinary brings Help I Might Be Fabulous to the Spiegeltent - Lemons Lemons Lemon ...…
 
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