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Newscast 15

Following President Obama’s support for gay rights, Camden LGBT Forum is preparing for a huge influx of LGBT people to London for World Pride. Jayson Mansaray has the story.
And our intrepid sports reporter Marian Larragy has an affordable sports treat: Pitch & Putt!

Presented by: Jayson Mansaray
Features: Jayson Mansaray & Marian Larragy

# 2012-05-12 by camden | Feed icon Comments (0) | Everything | News and Current Affairs | LGBT

I WANT YOUR LOVE by Travis Mathews - World Premiere

CCR reporters Denise O’Connor & Jayson Mansaray caught up with director Travis Mathews at the world premiere of his film; ‘I WANT YOUR LOVE’ (IWYL) at the Hackney Picturehouse, opening the London FRINGE! FILM FEST…

San Francisco has been synonymous with full on gay male sexuality for over 50 years now. IWYL is a thrilling homage to the city and it’s queer legacies.

IWYL, is a tender but uncompromising film about the importance of sex, love and intimacy.

A brief synopsis of the film starts the podcast.

Denise O’Connor & Jayson Mansaray
Edited by:
Jayson Mansaray

Official Website
Fringe Film Fest
Four days of over 30 films, events, art and parties Fringe! is excited to showcase this year’s ‘confetti burst’ of queer culture – with many events free!
Travis Mathews
For more information about the director
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# 2012-04-13 by CCRadio | Feed icon Comments (0) | Everything | Arts and Entertainment | LGBT

Camden Newscast - 11th Februrary 2012

Camden Newscast brings you the top local stories:

The Camden New Journal, got such a response to its XMAS appeal that it has some left over to give to local groups, What will be the impact of cuts to the budget for Camden’s Community Law Centre ; The waves from the scandal of sexual abuse of children by Catholic priests are washing up at the Pope’s home in Rome as evidence is taken to Court at The Hague; We look back at the history of Camden’s Drill Hall Theatre, which closed suddenly at the end of 2011 after 30 years of serving marginalised sections of society.
‘Drifting’ or psychogeography

Features Editor & Presenter: Jayson Mansaray
Features by: Darryl McKay, Denise O’Connor, Jayson Mansaray & Marian Larragy
Supplementary editing: Laurie Bolger

Camden New Journal (CNJ)
Camden Community Law Centre
International Criminal Court
Drill Hall Theatre is no more
More Psychogeography
Do You Remember Women's Night at the Drill hall
Camden Community Law Centre
020784 6510
Abuse victims seek ICC case against pope (AP)
Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests
Ingestre Road Good Neighbour Scheme
CNJ Hamper Appeal Fund Article
To apply please write to: The Editor, Camden New Journal, 40 Camden Road, NW1 9DR, phone Jean Tirebuck on 0207 424 3256 or email: dcarrier@camdennewjournal.co.uk
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# 2012-02-11 by camden | Everything | News and Current Affairs | LGBT

LGBT Gay Sweatshop

Marian Larragy first saw Gay Sweatshop perform in Dublin in 1976, where their presence was a media sensation. Here she goes back to meet Julie Parker, former member of Gay Sweatshop, to ask about the impact of the first professional lesbian and gay theatre group on the world of the 1970s.

# 2011-07-09 by camden | Feed icon Comments (0) | LGBT | Everything

A Gay Refugee from Uganda shares his story with Jayson Mansaray

Movement for Justice is proudly building a movement that is fighting for a future where we are all treated equally and where we can express our cultures and identities fully. We want to tell you about our experience and ask you to step forward as young civil rights leaders in your own schools, colleges and communities

Listen to Osman Kabogo’s story of persecution in Uganda.

# 2011-07-09 by CCRadio | Feed icon Comments (0) | LGBT | Everything