Are you wanting to learn more about uk lgbt? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best uk lgbt podcasts of 2021.
We have selected these podcasts for a variety of reasons, but they are all well worth a listen. We tried to select a variety of podcasts across the spectrum from hosts with a wide breadth of experience.
Best UK Lgbt Podcasts 2021
#QueerAF | queer inspiring LGBT + stories
- Publisher: QueerAF
- Total Episodes: 39
Listen for free every week, as a different student, graduate or LGBT+ producer tells their most #QueerAF story on the podcast by National Student Pride. Hosted by Jamie Wareham, we commission young LGBT+ producers to tell their own stories so long as they are beyond the binary, sex-positive, challenge mental health, sexuality and identity taboos – or have unicorns spewing rainbows everywhere. Download and take the best UK lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer story podcast with you, as recommended by Cosmopolitan, Gay Star News, Attitude Magazine, Spotify Digital Pride collection and Apple Podcast’s Pride collection. The show was nominated for a British Podcast Award 2019. We’re back in 2020 with Season 4, with more LGBT+ reporters than ever.#QueerAF keeps the pride of conversation – that is National Student Pride, an event for LGBT+ students and graduates – a discussion that carries on all year round. We have the UK’s biggest free LGBT+ job fair powered by Pride.Careers, taboo challenging and topical panel discussions, live recordings of the show and tantalising performances. Don’t miss the biggest event in the UK’s student calendar, in February, the UK’s LGBT History Month.
Positively UK LGBT+ Podcast
- Publisher: Positively UK
- Total Episodes: 7
Positively UK Gay Men’s Project Coordinator Chris O’Hanlon hosts a series of HIV-related podcasts for LGBT+ communities where he talks to those at the forefront of HIV services. The episodes cover the topics of living with HIV in relation to Covid-19, Chemsex, ageing, accessing HIV services, welfare and finance, and managing isolation and wellbeing. You can find the transcripts to each episode and a list of support resources on our website. We would like to thank the LGBT Consortiums for supporting this podcast.
Two Twos Podcast
- Publisher: Two Twos Podcast
- Total Episodes: 75
Two black lesbians living in London speaking their unapologetic truth whilst creating a safe space for people like themselves and bridging the gap between LGBT+ people and Cis gendered straight people! Don’t forget to use our #TwoTwosPodcast on social media. Want to get in touch? Email [email protected]
How CMOs Commit with Margaret Molloy
- Publisher: Siegel+Gale
- Total Episodes: 23
How CMOs Commit with Margaret Molloy explores how the world’s top CMOs are building their brands, and the professional commitments they are making as leaders. Top B2B and B2C marketers from technology, healthcare, consumer brands, professional and financial services, energy, and more, examine the issues shaping brand building—from pivots to collaboration to the role of brands in all our lives. The conversations are unfiltered, authentic, and strategic. Insights are captured during the Siegel+Gale Future of Branding live, roundtable series. Margaret Molloy is the Global CMO of Siegel+Gale, the leading global brand strategy, design and experience firm. In the ten episodes of season one, Margaret Molloy interviews 50 CMOs from influential brands to share real-time brand response to COVID-19, brand building insights and more. At the end of every episode, Margaret provides her recaps and reflections on the conversations. Special episodes focus on Gen Z, LGBTQ+ Pride and racial injustice. Guest CMOs include: Linda Boff (CMO, GE), Maryam Banikarim (Head of Marketing, Nextdoor), Vinoo Vijay (CMO, H+R Block), Norman de Greve, (CMO, CVS Health), Sheryl Adkins-Green (CMO, Mary Kay), Rajashree R, (CMO, Tata Consultancy Services), Soyoung Kang (CMO, eos), Tariq Hassan (CMO, Petco), DyShaun Muhammad (Global Head Brand Marketing, UBER Eats), Jamie Moldafsky (CMO, Wells Fargo), Alicia Tillman (CMO, SAP), James Humphreys (CMO, Quest Diagnostics), Ed Pilkington (CMO, Diageo), Sherry Sanger (CMO, Penske), Heidi Browning (CMO, NHL), Karen Wish (CMO, Mount Sinai), Lynn Godfrey (EVP, CMO, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society), Stephanie Buscemi (CMO, Salesforce) • Twitter: @siegelgale @margaretmolloy • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/siegel-gale/ • www.siegelgale.com
Breakfast With Tiffany Show
- Publisher: Tiffany Rossdale
- Total Episodes: 44
Tiffany Rossdale went from being a provocative top trans “Showgirl” in Tokyo’s Shinjuku red light district…to a powerhouse in the “Ginza Hostess” scene. Leveraging her experiences in both of these worlds, she went on to become for many, the “Queen of Tokyo’s nightlife” before freeing herself of the toxicity of the the underground party scene and making a drastic change to a daytime career doing PR, Marketing and Sales and then going on to become a force for positivity, growth and self-improvement in the lives of the people around her; all while working through the process of her own mental and physical transition and transformation. Bringing in influential guests both in the LGBTQ+ community and out, Breakfast with Tiffany Show is all about evolution, empowerment, spirituality, self-love and ultimately how to find a better you; by listening to people who have made great life transitions themselves. Special thanks to the following creative artists ~ Maggie Frank for the official logo artwork design/ Kazunori Kumamoto for the official music tracks ~ www.kazbongo.com
DJ Dom de Sousa
- Publisher: Dom de Sousa
- Total Episodes: 7
Oxford Street, Sydney is the world-famous epicentre of Australian LGBTQ culture. It’s also an unmissable place to dance! From the dazzling spectacle of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras to popular gay Sydney icons ARQ Sydney and Stonewall Hotel, Dom de Sousa has earned the reputation of consistently bringing beats that get the crowd jumping. With residencies including The Beresford and The Oxford Hotel (to name just a couple), Dom always plays for the time, place and crowd across styles which include House, Progressive House and Circuit House. “DJing for me is about connecting people with music and being able to share the experience with them”. Dom shares his musical reach far beyond Oxford Street, he’s spun spun at Gay Ski Week (NZ), Playtime Candyland (Philippines), the Lost Weekend (UK) and the legendary Tropical Fruits party in Lismore. Naming artists and remixers like Styline, Hoxton Whores and Tom Staar as influences; Dom’s distinct connection with the crowd, backed by his energy and consistency has led him to become one of Sydney’s leading LGBTQ nightlife DJs.
- Publisher: Raksha Muthukumar
- Total Episodes: 15
Tindergarten is an in-depth look at the diverse stories behind the quest for modern queer love. Join dating app enthusiast Raksha Muthukumar as she interviews folks about all things LGBT and online dating. Every #TindergartenTuesday, you’ll hear from a queer person whose story is colored by their race, gender, culture, or disability on topics that matter to them — things like mental health, art, sex work, and polyamory. All of their stories are unique, but together they paint a picture of the vibrant, resilient world of queer life and love.
The One Fifty Marchers
- Publisher: Frazer Flintham & JD Stewart
- Total Episodes: 11
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 Kingdom. The podcast includes interviews with current LGBTQ+ campaigners in the United Kingdom about the brilliant work they are doing to support the community.
Adoption, Fostering & Tea: The New Family Social Podcast
- Publisher: New Family Social
- Total Episodes: 23
Adoption and fostering chat with people who’ve done it, from the UK’s LGBT+ adoption and fostering charity, New Family Social.
The Brave Educator Podcast
- Publisher: Tim’m West
- Total Episodes: 14
On the Brave Educator post, author, poet, Hip Hop artist, and education advocate Tim’m West will share a story, converse with someone he loves and continues to learn from, and he will close with some poetry. All are encouraged to submit questions on topics covered on the podcast to [email protected] When possible Tim’m will answer these questions on a future podcast. About Tim’mTim’m T. West is an educator, poet, youth advocate, and hip-hop artist who has spent decades traveling the nation, speaking about issues at the intersection of race, gender, sexuality and social justice. A graduate of Duke University (BA), The New School for Social Research (MA) and Stanford University (MA), he is the author of several books and hip-hop projects, and is widely anthologized. He has also appeared in multiple documentaries at the intersection of hip hop and black masculinity. Prior to joining Teach For America in 2014, Tim’m served as inaugural faculty at Oakland School for the Arts, impacted educational outcomes as an English teacher and basketball coach at Cesar Chavez Public Charter High School for Public Policy, and more recently as Director of Youth Services at Chicago’s Center on Halsted. A Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion consultant for the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, Tim’m was named one of 31 icons during LGBT History Month in October of 2015. Tim’m currently leads Teach For America’s national LGBTQ+ Community Initiative, advancing safer and braver classrooms for LGBTQ+ educators and students in grades preK-12. He is also a Professor and Lecturer at Humboldt State University.
Let’s Talk Human Rights
- Publisher: Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom Africa
- Total Episodes: 5
Let’s Talk Human Rights – A podcast investigating the current state of human rights in Africa. Even in democratic constitutional states, human rights violations occur on a regular basis. However, emerging and developing countries, like most African countries, are particularly affected. This podcast series takes us on a journey through sub-Saharan Africa and together, we will meet witnesses from East, West and Southern Africa. These witnesses will share their current experiences, looking specifically at human rights violations with regards to education, women and children rights, racism, xenophobia, LGBT+ rights and press freedom, to name a few. A special thank you goes to the Ugandan musician, opposition leader and presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, popularly known as “Bobi Wine”, who generously made his song “Situka!” available to our podcast, –“Let’s Talk Human Rights”. Proudly brought to you by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom in sub-Saharan Africa.
Istame’a | Listen: Queer Muslim Stories
- Publisher: DRUM
- Total Episodes: 5
Welcome to our podcast, Istame’a | Listen, a safe space for sharing queer Muslim stories. In our four-part series hosted by Rabia Mirza, we’ll be sharing raw, honest and personal stories from queer Muslims. We’ll explore what it’s like to come out, how we navigate the stigma of shame and examine the blurred lines between religion, sexuality and culture. This series is brought to you by Hidayah, one of UK’s fastest growing organisations supporting LGBTQI+ Muslims. Our mission is to ensure the voices of queer Muslims are heard and understood. To share your stories, get in touch here: https://www.hidayahlgbt.co.uk/contactTo join our community, follow @hidayahlgbtqi on Instagram and Twitter and @hidayahlgbt on Facebook.
Blossoms random podcasts
- Publisher: Blossom
- Total Episodes: 1
I am hear to talk about what going on in the world and uk and to get others opinions and to also help others And talk about LGBTQ to give my advice and opinions too
- Publisher: Getting Gay
- Total Episodes: 47
Where two gays help each other get gayer! Come listen to us discuss LGBTQIA+ topics and how they relate to us! Email us at [email protected] Follow @gettinggaypod , @omgitsleethomas , and @lukeamadeus on Twitter and Instagram!
Queer Wellness Chats
- Publisher: Queer Wellness Chats
- Total Episodes: 1
Queer Wellness Chats is a video and podcast series providing reliable information and resources on LGBTQ+ mental health and wellness, brought to you by Project Uplift staff and special guests. Project Uplift is based in the Center for Health Policy and Inequalities Research at Duke Univeristy, with teams based in Durham and Charlotte, funded by the US Department of Health & Human Services.
- Publisher: 42nd Street
- Total Episodes: 14
An almost-regular podcast from LGBTQ+ teens and young people at Q42 – a creative project in Greater Manchester for LGBT + teens. Visit https://q42.org.uk/ for more amazing stuff! Q42 is funded by Children in Need and based at 42nd Street in Manchester, UK. http://42ndstreet.org.uk
- Publisher: GlitterBeam Radio
- Total Episodes: 131
All the productions by GlitterBeam Radio, the Global LGBTQ+ Radio Station! Listen live to the station: – on the website www.glitterbeam.co.uk – downloading the GlitterBeam App from your app store – asking Alexa to open GlitterBeam – on TuneIn, MyTuner, RadioGarden!
Tough Talks from Hits Radio Pride
- Publisher: Bauer Media
- Total Episodes: 21
In Tough Talks from Hits Radio Pride, people in the LGBTQ+ community relive and reflect on a tough talk from their past. In these intimate and revealing chats you’ll hear from them and the person they had the conversation with on topics such as gender, sexuality and identity. Hits Radio Pride is the UK’s first national LGBTQ+ radio station from a major broadcaster.
Conversion Therapy The Podcast
- Publisher: Becca Fadden, Luke Ward
- Total Episodes: 13
Your latest LGBT+ podcast with Luke Ward and Becca Fadden – listen to us chat about nothing for half an hour and hopefully brighten up your week!
The Brunch with Rob & The GDC
- Publisher: Queerly
- Total Episodes: 23
Two gay friends get together every week for brunch and discuss their lives, queer goings-on in the world and the best new music, movies, TV, books and podcasts. The Brunch with Rob and The GDC, is an LGBTQ+ radio show broadcast live every Sunday from 10am (UK) on Queerly Radio. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.