Best Lgbtiq podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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G
Geeks OUT
Weekly
 
LGBTIQ people informing, educating and celebrating all aspects of Geek for an LGBTIQ audience
 
One American. One Austrian. Too much to talk about.biweekly feminist podcast
 
S
Stand Up Straight
Monthly+
 
Our straight allies standing up for our LGBTIQ communities
 
P
PM
1
PM
Daily+
 
ABC radio news and current affairs afternoon program reporting on Australia and the world.
 
W
World Wide Wave
Weekly+
 
Focusing on international LGBT news, advocacy and views by featuring a different country every week
 
The audio feed of American Academy of Religion (AAR), the world's largest scholarly and professional association of academics, teachers, and research scholars dedicated to furthering knowledge of religions and religious institutions in all their forms and manifestations. Featuring interviews with award-winning scholars and sessions recorded during the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion.
 
S
Sci-Fi & Squeam
Monthly+
 
The LGBTIQ voice on all things horror, fantasy and science fiction
 
T
The Informer
Daily
 
Current affairs for our community
 
Y
Youth In Control
Monthly+
 
Young people on the radio to chat about anything they feel passionate about!
 
U
Unicorn Youth
Monthly+
 
Young LGBTIQ people exploring issues relevant to them
 
D
Disguist-o-cast
Daily+
 
Just two lesbians and a gay guy talking about awkward and embarrassing situations... Disguist-o-cast cause you want it. xD
 
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Remembering the dead and marvelling at the unity - how New Zealand has come together across faiths and creeds, in defiance of the terror in Christchurch one week ago; and a warning for gay and bi-sexual men after a second Australian contracts HIV despite taking the preventative drug PrEP.
 
New Zealand fell silent today, collectively honouring those gunned down a week ago at two mosques in Christchurch. From Auckland to Wellington and Christchurch, thousands gathered for Salāt al-Jumu'ah, the Friday congregational prayer.
 
Mosques around Australia also held special memorial services this afternoon, after Friday prayers, in solidarity with the Christchurch victims and survivors, including Australia's biggest mosque in Lakemba, Western Sydney.
 
A scathing report has found that the New South Wales Police Force has failed to equip officers with the capacity to identify bias crime, concluding many officers believe their bosses view bias crimes as a 'political inconvenience.'
 
With voters in New South Wales going to the polls tomorrow, most pundits are predicting the most likely outcome is a minority government. The Government of Premier Gladys Berejiklian looks set to lose seats to the independents and Labor.
 
Sydney man Steve Spencer has become the second person in Australia to get HIV through sex despite taking the medication PrEP to help prevent that path of infection.
 
The aviation industry is keenly watching the ongoing investigation into the Ethiopian Airlines crash that could further implicate Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration.
 
New Zealand's minorities and the abuse they've endured – Golriz Ghahraman joins PM and is the first refugee member of the country's parliament, she knows it was there well before the Christchurch tragedy. And as Cyclone Trevor looms, the Northern Territory swings into the biggest evacuation since Cyclone Tracy, with many seeking safety far from ...…
 
As more victims of last Friday's mosque attacks were laid to rest, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced a ban on the sale of military style semi-automatic weapons and assault rifles.
 
So how is the ban going down with gun owners in New Zealand? One gun shop says the announcement's created confusion. Wayne Chapman speaks to PM, and owns a gun store on the rural edge of the capital Wellington, home of the country's sporting shooters scene.
 
New Zealand's only immigrant MP has told her colleagues they must understand that there is an internal rump of racists in New Zealand, that the threats are not only from outsiders. Greens MP Golriz Ghahraman joins PM - her family fled Iran to settle in New Zealand and she raised her concerns in a speech in Parliament.…
 
The Defence Force has swung into action behind police and fire and emergency services in the Northern Territory, as severe tropical cyclone Trevor threatens a slew of settlements including one of the biggest mining towns in the region.
 
Radovan Karadzic who presided over genocide in Europe and continues to inspire white nationalists like the Christchurch gunman has learned overnight that he will die in prison. Survivor of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre Nedzad Avdic joins PM to speak about Karadzic's new life sentence and the path to justice.…
 
Electric vehicle purchases are rising fast. They are touted as an ethical option for personal transport in the face of the threat of climate change. Amnesty International has warned the sector is failing to address human rights abuses happening in the mining of minerals to make lithium batteries.
 
In celebration of women's history month and the 30th anniversary of the world wide web, we are kicking of our third season with a two part interview with historian Mar Hicks (@histoftech). Mar's research explores the intersection of computing, gender, and labor and this first part of our interview looks at how important it is to include gender ...…
 
Prime Minister Scott Morrison takes deep offence at remarks by Turkey's President about Anzacs, Gallipoli and coffins in the wake of the Christchurch attacks; and the Government thinks places like Darwin are ready for a new migrant influx - but try telling that to those already struggling to find work.…
 
In Canberra, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has delivered an ultimatum over the Turkish President's remarks in the wake of the Christchurch massacre; but New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern is downplaying the remarks.
 
There is a political context for the Turkish President's comments - he's not the first politician to use fear to rally support. Local elections are due on the 31st of March, and his party is behind in the polls.
 
The first victims of the Christchurch terrorist attacks to be buried were a Syrian man and his teenage son - refugees who'd come to New Zealand in the hope of a more peaceful life.
 
Politicians and security experts are questioning why the response by the internet giants to the Christchurch shooting video wasn't faster, and whether more resources should be thrown at thwarting live-streamed terrorism.
 
A source of inspiration for white nationalists like the Christchurch murderer lies in the genocidal conflict that ripped the Balkans apart in the 1990s - mainly, the Serb nationalist war criminals, Ratko Mladic and Radovan Karadzic.
 
A key policy announcement came from the Morrison Government today; capping migration and tying it to what the PM likes to call a congestion busting infrastructure program.
 
hey guys! It’s been a minute… ahahaha as it’s Melbourne queer film festival time during this and next week’s shows we couldn’t see why not by having some youthful people who are involved to join us! We had the lovely Clay Waddell come in and talk about his short called ‘Shepherd’ which is definitely on our must see list! We also have Cassie who ...…
 
PM goes to Christchurch where communities are deep in grief for those slaughtered in their place of worship. And as Jacinda Ardern warns Facebook to stop the circulation of the gunman's footage, an Australian father alerts his son's school that children are watching it.
 
The Parliament of New Zealand in Wellington has paid solemn tribute to the victims of the Christchurch terror attack. The Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern delivered her statement of condolence today in English, in Maori, and in Arabic her tone at once grim, and compassionate.
 
For a fourth day, masses of flowers have been mounting up at a makeshift tribute wall in Christchurch, a steady stream of people pausing there to contemplate, while Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern warns Facebook to stop circulation of the gunman’s footage.
 
There's global alarm that the video of the Christchurch slaughter is still being circulated and that's not some distant concern. One New South Wales parent learned from his own teen that the video has been watched by his cohort at a school on the state's north coast.
 
Our politicians are only too aware of the concern from parents about the internet's role in events in Christchurch and the aftermath. They're promising to bring social media platforms to account - but how?
 
How insidious is the white nationalist agenda? The Christchurch shooter spoke a lot about Europe in his so-called manifesto - is it more a European phenomenon or is the threat in Australia real? For his insights, Jason Wilson joins PM and is a Guardian newspaper columnist covering the far right based in the US city of Portland.…
 
Less than a week out from a knife-edge state election, a newspaper has ferreted out an embarrassing video of Michael Daley from late last year. Filmed by a young, out-of-work journalist, Mr Daley is seen talking to an audience about Asian "foreigners" taking Australian jobs.
 
NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has set a 10-day deadline for new gun laws after Friday's mosque attack; We speak to former Australian deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer, one of the architects of Australia's response to the Port Arthur massacre; And the head of New Zealand's Islamic Women's Council says Muslim women have been warning about risi ...…
 
Two students from Cashmere High School were killed in the attack on the Christchurch mosque on Friday, and other is seriously injured. Students at schools across Christchurch sang and performed the haka in support of the victims' families today.
 
New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern today convened her cabinet and emerged promising there'll be new gun laws in ten days.
 
Former Australian deputy Prime Minister and National party leader, Tim Fischer, says the slaughter in Christchurch should be the turning point for gun law reform in New Zealand after years of frustrated attempts.
 
Muslim women in New Zealand have been warning officials about rising intolerance and the increased risk of attack for years, according to Anjum Rahman, spokesperson for the Islamic Women's Council of New Zealand.
 
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has lashed out against "tribalism", calling for unity and harmony in the wake of the Christchurch massacre.
 
The best friend of Kathleen Folbigg says a new judicial inquiry is the convicted murderer's last chance to clear her name.
 
New Zealand is having one of its darkest days, with many dead after shootings at two mosques in Christchurch; Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says there is no place in their country for such violence; And thousands of students across Australia have stayed away from classrooms today in the name of climate change.…
 
A worshipper who was inside the Masjid Al Noor mosque when the scene erupted in gunfire says he smashed a window to escape the scene.
 
One young member of the Christchurch Canterbury Muslim community says there has never been any indication of division between faiths in the community there.
 
In Christchurch, there have been shootings at two mosques, a number of bombs were found attached to cars and the city was put into lockdown.
 
Dr John Battersby, from Wellington's Massey University, says New Zealand's small population and slow diversification has contributed to the lack of extremist incidents there.
 
From Melbourne to Moruya, thousands of students have come together and marched, brandishing placards with slogans like "There's No Planet B" and "Sorry I can't go to school. I have to save the planet".
 
A major global business gathering in Tokyo has been dominated by talk of the effects of the Brexit stalemate and continuing US-China trade tensions.
 
A legal and moral quagmire - what to do with those women who rushed to join the Islamic State group, but now would rather come home with their children to enjoy a typical Australian life; And the pros and cons of automation as the US grounds the model of Boeing jet implicated in a number of crashes. Do poorly designed computers in the cockpit s ...…
 
It was the stuff dreams are made of for many people, working for themselves in a small, family-run business where their hard work is rewarded with an honest and decent living. Now a parliamentary inquiry into franchising has identified systematic exploitation of small businesspeople locked into deals with large corporate entities reaping big pr ...…
 
As Islamic State fighters flee their collapsed Caliphate, Western nations including Australia are facing a huge conundrum. What do you do with the women and children they bring with them? And what sort of obligations does Australia have to deal with its own citizens who have supported Islamic State?
 
After holding out for four days, Boeing has recommended the grounding of its entire fleet of 737 MAX 8 aircraft around the world, as evidence pointing to a link between two fatal crashes involving the aircraft continues to mount.
 
Can a western court adequately describe what it means for first peoples to feel the pain of lost land and lost cultural connection? Aboriginal people are quietly applauding the High Court of Australia for doing just that in its landmark ruling in the Timber Creek case handed down yesterday. For his insights, Noongar man Glen Kelly joins PM.…
 
Shocking, unprincipled and embarrassing. That's the response from human rights lawyers after Malaysia abandoned plans to abolish the death penalty. The government made the promise last year, but instead now it's said the courts will be left to decide a criminal’s fate.
 
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