This week bryan was joined by our Lefty Pinkoes podcaster Lauren Hawkes who not only produced this week show but also co hosted along with bryan. Our guest this week was the wonderful Casey Glennie, […]
NAIDOC Week 2014
This Lefty Pinkoes podcast celebrates NAIDOC Week 2014. NAIDOCWeek was born from the Aboriginal civil rights movement of the 1930s and refined in the 1950s as a day for celebration. The day soon became a […]
Jeremy Hawkes and Save ABC Ramp Up with Madeline Sobb
It’s a HUGE week for disabled Australians and the Lefty Pinkos crew go to town on disability and politics. The ABC disability website Ramp Up closed its doors on June 30; over last weekend the […]
What’s aGhost Wife? That’s the haunting title of writer poet editor Michelle Dicinoski’s 2013 memoir. Michelle’s and two other writers’ newest works (Kelly Gardiner; Maxine Beneba Clarke) will be featuring in a public event, Undercurrents. […]
Khue Nguyen is an artist who arrived in Australia as a Vietnamese political refugee in 1987. Kath and newest Lefty Pinkoes crew member Lauren find out that Khue arrived in Australia with nothing but his […]
Emma J Hawkins
From Shakespeare to burlesque, including tap dancing stiltwalking and circus, Emma J Hawkins is a huge bundle of talent and energy who’s also a short statured performer/writer. Emma J playedFleck in the huge Andrew Lloyd […]
Sally Goldner and Noel Tovey
It’s RADIOTHON! Among the mayhem we invite seasoned radio veteran and Transgender Victoria ED Sally Goldner in to talk community radio, exciting news for the trans communities and to welcome our special guest, the Australian […]
This show rocks OUT withmusician/singer/songwriter, psychotherapist, transactivist, writer and public educatorPaige Phoenixjoining Kath and bryan in the Lefty Pinkos studio. Paige is probably best known for appearing in that now infamous 2011 season...
This Lefty Pinkoes podcast features our charmed chat with writer Victor Marsh. Victor joins us to talk about his hot-off-the-press autobiographyThe Boy in the Yellow Dress. Yes, it’s yet another story about a boy’s coming […]
Tilde Trans and Gender Diverse Film Festival
On this week’s episode of Lefty Pinkoes, Kathy was joined by Ash Pike and Liz Alexander from Melbourne’s Tilde Trans and Gender Diverse Film Festival.
Tony Albert: a gay, Aboriginal contemporary artist who is just too...
Tony Albert is a dynamic contemporary artist with a lot to say. His work teases the cultural landscape of Australia and delves into issues of race, history, law, war, pride and hypocrisy. Not only is […]
Jacq De Vere: the man behind Drag King Trevor 4ever & Nana Doris
This Lefty Pinkoes podcast features the handsome and husky Jacq De Vere – who isn’t – we stress – as obnoxiously hi-falutin’ as his fancy name might suggest. A staple on the Melbourne Drag King […]
Apology Day Anniversary Special with Eva Jo Edwards
In 2008, on February 13, Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, made an apology on behalf of the Australian government for the nation-wide process of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander child removal. On Febraury 13 2014, […]
Author, academic, activist and gay sauna aficionado Dennis Altman
Academic, change agent, gay social history writer and theorist Dennis Altman joins Kath and bryan for a trip through global and personal gay history, including Dennis’s quirky relationship to the Australian writer he is most […]
Sam Wallman – comic illustrator and writer
This week’s Lefty Pinkoes podcast features comic artist Sam Wallman talking up his skill and passion for drawing poignant, sometimes prickly comics that make us question our respective positions on race, gender, sexuality and Australian […]
Kenton Miller – living, breathing, lefty legend
You may know the man in this Lefty Pinkoes podcast as ‘Kenton Penley’, or ‘Kenton Penley Miller’; or as ‘that super-talented, super-enthusiastic, exhubertant rights activist/ illustrator/ comic artist/ dulcet-tonedAdelaidian dude… you know, the one...
Jason De Santis: Tiwi Islander, Gay, Actor, Playwright, Drag Queen,...
This Lefty Pinkoes podcast features a young, gay Tiwi Islander who is freakishly talented in the worlds of theatre, drag and the performing arts. If you’ve never heard of the Tiwi Islands, they are a [...]
OutBlack – Victoria’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander GLBTIQ and...
Each year in Australia Reconciliation Week is held from 27 May – 3 June. The week is intended to promote better relations between the countries First Peoples and non-Indigenous Peoples, as relations are somewhat strained. [...]
The battle the GLBTIQ community could do without
This week on Lefty Pinkoes we explore the seedy side of social media and look at how it has been used to denounce, belittle, shame and ostracize people within our own community, by people within [...]
Photographer Keo Lin on masculinity and culture, racism, identity,...
If Keo Lin were to approach you via a gay dating app with a request that you pose naked for his camera, you’d be forgiven if you viewed him as a bit dubious or a [...]
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