Thursday 28th Jul 11: The lifestyle guide for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans community in Stockport. Under the Rainbow keeps you updated with everything going on in the borough and beyond. Listen for details of local groups, unmissable gigs, the latest news and have a laugh with our quiz. Music has been removed for legal reasons.
Recently the Lesbian and Gay Foundation have been helping carry out research into the needs of gay and bisexual Asian men. Their findings will be presented next Thursday, at an event aimed at Asian men, as well as service providers. Andrew Gilliver from the LGF spoke to Under the Rainbow.
Listen back to the Basement and hear Mark speak to Joanne Woodmansey, creator of thebookpond.com, a site that allows students to buy and sell second hand study books and save some cash. And as always hear this week’s record of the week.
Andy Searle rounds up the action from the local cricket scene, including the exploits of the Romiley women’s team, who could be on the verge of a very special achievement. He also takes a look at the wider cricket scene after some great wins this week for Cheshire, Lancashire and England
Folk singer Laura Wright is celebrating chart success as her debut album ‘The Last Rose’ hits the charts. She came in to talk to Rick Stuart to explain why she decided to release and album of traditional folk songs to launch her solo career
Still only 21, Laura won the BBC’s Chorister of the Year competition in 2005. She also sang in the classical girl group All Angels.