Chemsex

17 March 2016 by Pure Radio

Meth, Mep and G are the names of illegal drugs also known as chems.

Under the Rainbow has been hearing more about them from Jawad Mahboob – who is the Health and Wellbeing Coordinator at the LGBT Foundation.

Download MP3 (10 MB | 7:16 min)



Dec 2014 - Lesbian and Gay Foundation's Drugs Clinic

11 December 2014 by Pure Radio

The Lesbian and Gay Foundation run a weekly Drugs Clinic, aimed at helping people who have a problem with using alcohol and illegal substances.

Under the Rainbow has been speaking to their Wellbeing Manager, Lucy Rolfe.

Download MP3 (16 MB | 11:43 min)



Nov 2014 - Still Ill

6 November 2014 by Pure Radio

Still Ill is a tragic love story between the jumped up pantry boy and the boy with the thorn in his side.

It’s set in a world of violence between Manchester and Northern Ireland.

The play will be on at The Lowry and at Oldham Library later this month.

Under the Rainbow has been speaking to the writer, Billy Cowen.

Download MP3 (7 MB | 4:58 min)



Jun 2014 - Part of the Picture - Drugs and Alcohol Report

5 June 2014 by Pure Radio

The Lesbian and Gay Foundation have released a report in partnership with the University of Central Lancashire.

They have just completed a five year project researching drug and alcohol use among lesbian, gay and bisexual people.

Under the Rainbow has been speaking to Heather Williams, the Policy and Research Manager at the LGF.

Download MP3 (8 MB | 5:27 min)



Jun 2013 - Part of the Picture Survey

27 June 2013 by Pure Radio

The Lesbian and Gay Foundation are currently in the final year of a five year survey about alcohol and drug use in the lesbian, gay, and bisexual community.

Under the Rainbow spoke to the LGF’s Policy and Research Officer, Caroline Yorston. She explained what they’ve found out so far.

Download MP3 (15 MB | 10:40 min)



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