Miss The Basement this week? Not to worry, you can listen again here! This week the guys talked about the Stockport teen market which they’ll be attendng this Sunday, and they spoke to Tom Barratt to find out what to expect. They also discussed Britains Got Talent and The Voice, and whether reality shows are too caught up on image. They also had the usual Basement Bangers, Gig Guide, Gaming Update, and Guess The Year was back!
Last week Lois explained her experience as a mother when her teenage son came out as gay. This week, she talks more about the Manchester Parents Group. They provide support for parents of lesbian, gay and bisexual children.
Most gay, lesbian and bisexual people come out during their teens. As a parent, would your child feel comfortable talking to you about their sexuality? Online parent support website Parentchannel.tv has put together some tips on how to provide emotional support, maintaining trust, and helping your child feel safe, as well as what to expect from the conversation.
Stopfordian actor Danny Miller has been nominated for the Outstanding Serial Drama Performance at next week’s National Television Awards, for his portrayal of gay teenager Aaron Livesy in Emmerdale. Tonight on Under the Rainbow, Danny speaks about the nomination and his role in the soap.
Highlights from The Cellar Tapes, Pure 107.8 FMs alternative sixties show, aired on January 16th 2010.
The featured album for this particular week was the second album by The Chocolate Watchbands, Inner Mystique from 1968.
As well as that, there were other sixties delights from the likes of John Walker, The Animals, Mark Wirtz, Silver Apples, Them, and The Lovin Spoonful.
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