Actor and model Cara Delevingne is to front a new BBC documentary series exploring human sexuality.
Two women have done it on the telly in Israel, two men followed suit in Italy and, guess what, viewing figures held up well and the End Of Civilisation As We Know It didn’t come to pass. We’re talking, of course, about Dancing with the Stars, which is what our overseas Continue Reading
Nothing seems to have changed in the Catholic church In news which may not entirely surprise the increasing number of two-mum and two-dad families across the world, Pope Francis has told a Vatican audience: “It is painful to say this today. People speak of varied families, of various kinds of family, Continue Reading
Sandi Toksvig, Simon Callow and Stephen K Amos among those involved.
Next year is a landmark for LGBT people, with 2017 marking 50 years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality.
The BBC has apologised after Rio Olympics commentator Paul Hand was accused of making a homophobic remark during a ‘kiss cam’ moment at a tennis match.
The BBC said they wanted to commission more LGBT TV shows and will air a two-part gay love drama from best-selling author Patrick Gale.
The BBC has announced that women will make up half of the workforce on screen, on air and in leadership roles by 2020.