Broadcast: 20/11/2014

Outstories - Local LGBT History

Firstly, please excuse our show this week. Having lost studio 1 due to a major technical fault, the team had to broadcast from studio 2 which isn't as familiar territory to them.
This week we mark Transgender Day Of Remembrance with a report from Cheryl who attended the events of the day as Bristol has it's first flag raising in its honour.
Andy and Chris from Out Stories joined the team live in the studio to talk about what they have been up to, including their latest project to add an LGBT layer to Bristol City Council's history mapping website. See the links for more details.
And talk about camp! Well, campanology that is... Matthew revealed his other hobby as he introduced the team to bell ringing..
Finally - The ShoutOut Listeners' Awards are now open for your nominations.. Get them in now
Broadcast: 13/11/2014

Tara's Journey

On the show this week members of our youth team, Roxy and John came in to talk about events for some of our younger listeners. The ShoutOut Listeners' Awards are now open, so it's now your chance to nominate the 'best of the best'! Get nominating now! The lovely Tara came in to tell us about her recent gender reassignment and her moving journey leading up to it. Last of all, Radio Reverb's Out In Brighton reporter Melita Dennett went along to the 'kiss in' protest at Sainsburys.
Broadcast: 06/11/2014

Tom Goss

Today on the show Steff and Matt took the helm while Andy's away. Shoutout's reporter Ivan met up with American singer Tom Goss and Martin Spellacy went along to a recent Dr Who convention in Bristol and spoke to some of the Doctor's past glamorous assistants! All this, along with details about the upcoming ShoutOut Listeners' Awards - don't forget nominations start next week! More details on how to nominate Britol's best all coming up on next week's show.
Broadcast: 30/10/2014

Cycle Out

This week it was Mitch's turn to muck up the beginning of the show. Oh well people, we do try we promise!
Still, it was a packed show with James from the Palace joining Steff for this week's Out Shout, then Kevin from Cycle Out joined the team live in the studio to talk about their events.
Then, ShoutOut became BakeOut as Glenn Cosby from last year's Great British Bake Off turned up with cake!!
Broadcast: 23/10/2014

Black , Gay and Confident

Well that was NOT how you start a show now was it Andy! Sorry all, he fluffed his lines, but still the show got going and this week it was all toilets! Well, actually it was an art show in a former toilet. Yes, weird we know, but actually quite interesting!
And ShoutOut's very own young Jon joined the team in the the studio. As a young, gay, BME (black minority ethnic) guy, he talked about Black History month as well as his own experiences so far being in two minority communities.
Then to round it off, after joining us live on air last week, Tim reported back on the Leather West events that took place over the weekend.
Don't forget one and all, the clocks go BACK this weekend!!
Broadcast: 16/10/2014

Bristol Leather Weekend

Well, how many new things this week? We welcomed brand new listeners on Base Radio and even spoke to ShoutOut Listeners' Awards winner DJ Daddy!
Steff also kicked off our new Events Feature "Out Shout" with the people from the new Proud Bar..
Plus, with the Leather Weekend coming up this weekend in Bristol, the team from LeatherWest joined us live in the studio to talk about what is planned. Hurry though, tickets are selling very fast!
Broadcast: 09/10/2014

We Celebrate World Mental Health Day

This week sees the global Mental Health Awareness Day take place on Friday. So this week the team spoke to several people on the subject. Julia and Sue joined Andy and Natalie to talk about "Rethink Mental Illness". You may have spotted them at Pride where they were handing out a rather interesting "quick self test" card. On the show to help raise awareness of mental health services available to the LGBT community, the team chatted to them about the various services on offer, as well as their future plans and ideas. If you'd like to know more, follow the links in the links section on the show page of our website, or give them a call: 0117 9031805 or email
Then the team had a very nice catch up with Michelle from The Emotional Wellness Program. Regular listeners will remember us talking to Michelle over 4 years ago when she was just starting the program. Now, it's not only doing very well, but it's growing too!
And finally, anyone remember what on Earth that heartbeat is all about??
Broadcast: 02/10/2014

Gay "Cure" Therapy

On today's show the team talked about the new Amazon Prime show, Transparent. Have you seen it? Let us know your thoughts.
Gay Cure Therapy? Thing of the past you may well think, but it can have quite a lasting effect as Andy and Emma found out when they spoke to writer John Sam Jones who had been through that very thing in the 70s.
And Stonewall are about to add the T to LGB as our friends from Out In Brighton found out for us.