Tuesday, May 26, 2009
He knew he must be gay from an early age, started listening to JOY when he was 16, and accepted that he was gay at 18. And he is a voice (and name...) that should be somewhat familiar to JOY listeners.
Who is he...? Listen in to Orange Ribbon this week and you will hear the full story.
Orange Ribbon... 7:00pm this Wednesday, 27th May, 2009.
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Also this week... a voice from the past. Long-time Orange Ribbon listeners will be delighted to hear a familiar voice from the past... someone who was involved in the Orange Ribbon program for the first 7 years.
Who is it?
Well... you're going to have to listen in this Wednesday (20th May, 2009) between 7:00-8:00pm.
Orange Ribbon program on JOY 94.9FM
Monday, May 11, 2009
Arcilesbica is the organizer of the annual Italian GLBTIQ dance event. This year they are very excited to have the Flag Sisters, celebrities in Italy in the seventies, appeared in prime-time television. They will be joining us live in Joy94.9 studio. Below are two links to give you some idea of who the Flag Sisters are. Do join us on Wednesday, 13th of May, 7pm.
Saturday, May 2, 2009
This week Hugh presents the second of those two recorded interviews with Shelly from Livingston, a town outside of Edinburgh.
Shelly is 20 years old and decided to come out to her family so she did not have to hide the fact she is a lesbian. Shelly talks about living in a small town in Scotland, the reaction by her family when she came out and how easy it is when everyone knows.
Hugh also speaks to Shelly's mother about how she reacted to the news that her daughter is a lesbian. She also talks about how she thinks other parents should react to their child being gay and how she could have done more to help Shelly.