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Out in the Bay

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Queer histories, herstories, personalities and issues are explored with humor, insight, and sensitivity each week on Out in the Bay, which resumed production in 2020 after a 4-year pause. Find dozens of past shows on its website, OutintheBay.org

Queer histories, herstories, personalities and issues are explored with humor, insight, and sensitivity each week on Out in the Bay, which resumed production in 2020 after a 4-year pause. Find dozens of past shows on its website, OutintheBay.org

Location:

San Francisco , CA

Networks:

KALW

Description:

Queer histories, herstories, personalities and issues are explored with humor, insight, and sensitivity each week on Out in the Bay, which resumed production in 2020 after a 4-year pause. Find dozens of past shows on its website, OutintheBay.org

Language:

English

Contact:

510-816-0450


Episodes

In 'Spell Heaven,' find solace by the sea

6/25/2022
How do we find human connection and meaning? An author and poet finds peers on the Pacifica Pier.

Duration:00:29:30

Talking Pride with Honey Mahogany & Sister Roma

6/17/2022
This week Out In The Bay, we have the hosts of San Francisco Pride 2022 – Honey Mahogany and the legendary Sister Roma from the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.

Duration:00:28:00

LGBTQ Track and Field Club Celebrates 40 Years

6/10/2022
This week on Out In The Bay, meet Rick Thoman, a track and field athlete who shares 40 years of memories with the San Francisco Track and Field Club. Plus, Alice Smith joins us to preview the 14th Annual Pride Meet, taking place June 18th at San Francisco State University.

Duration:00:29:29

The Artists Making Castro Camera Queer AF

6/3/2022
Meet the team working to bring life, art, and community back to the historic site of Harvey Milk’s Camera Shop in the Castro – Queer Arts Featured (Queer AF).

Duration:00:29:30

James C. Hormel honored at Stonewall

5/27/2022
This week we feature our discussion with late gay ambassador James C. Hormel on Out In The Bay.

Duration:00:29:29

Sex, drugs and drag with The Cockettes

5/20/2022
The Cockettes were a flamboyant, gender-bending, hippie drag troupe active in San Francisco beginning in 1969. Scrumbly Koldewyn was one of the original creators of the group and shares the story of their creation and his view of their legacy on this week’s Out in the Bay.

Duration:00:29:30

'Faux Queen: A Life in Drag' tells Fauxnique's story

5/13/2022
Monique Jenkinson, a.k.a. Fauxnique, was the first cisgender woman to win the title "Miss Trannyshack" in 2003, raising many glittered eyebrows and launching a performance career that has taken her around the globe.

Duration:00:29:29

SCOTUS abortion leak reveals threats to queer rights too

5/6/2022
How greatly are LGBTQ civil liberties threatened by abortion cases now before the conservative-heavy U.S. Supreme Court? Federal courts journalist Lisa Keen told host Christopher Beale the leaked draft opinion, by Justice Samuel Alito, is “shocking” on many levels.

Duration:00:29:28

Born Perfect: Don’t ‘pray away the gay’

4/29/2022
Airing 5 p.m. Friday: Canada's conversion therapy ban took effect in January. Why no national ban in the US? Despite clear evidence that conversion therapy doesn’t work and severely harms LGBTQ people, the practice continues.

Duration:00:29:28

Honey Mahogany on Politics, Drag Race & The Stud

4/15/2022
The chair of the San Francisco Democratic Committee, and RuPaul's Drag Race alum Honey Mahogany is our guest on Out In The Bay.

Duration:00:29:29

An early COVID-19 story + Remembering Sylvester

4/8/2022
In 2020 the news was filled with data and fear, and — in those earliest days — the coverage of folks who had actually contracted COVID-19 was often second hand. So, when a longtime friend tested positive, host Christopher Beale got in touch.

Duration:00:29:29

A Grindr love story + Remembering Liberace

4/1/2022
Liberace was one of the most successful, popular (and gayest) entertainers of the 20th century. Although he wasn't “out” — the concept barely existed in his lifetime — he is remembered as a queer icon.

Duration:00:29:30

Queens Read Celebrity Autobiographies

3/28/2022
At "Queens Read Celebrity Autobiographies," the presenters read directly from a memoir while adding their own hilarious flare. This year's event promises to be a riot and benefits an organization called Foglifter Press.

Duration:00:29:29

Trevor Hailey & Gilbert Baker

3/28/2022
We are quite literally out in the bay for this episode, walking through San Francisco’s historic gay neighborhood, The Castro. Along the way we’ll take a trip down memory lane to the very first episode of Out In The Bay.

Duration:00:29:30

Gay Calif. Supreme Court justice values struggle

2/4/2022
Martin Jenkins is making history as the first openly gay Supreme Court of California justice and is only the third Black man ever to serve on the state's high court. He says personal challenges helped him achieve success.

Duration:00:29:28

Marilyn Mitchell melds life, politics on new solo album

1/31/2022
Singer-songwriter Marilyn Mitchell, a member of San Francisco’s popular 2003-2010 all-trans rock band Lipstick Conspiracy, shares new music and life stories – and hints that her former group may get back together.

Duration:00:29:29

LGBTQs stuck in Afghanistan face deadly dangers

1/21/2022
Despite massive evacuations after the Taliban takeover in August, many thousands of LGBTQ people remain in Afghanistan fearing for their lives, say two NGOs trying to rescue them. NGO officials and a gay Afghan American helping refugees resettle in California speak about the plight queer Afghans face and how the U.S. and Canadian governments should help.

Duration:00:29:29

How SCOTUS abortion case outcomes could affect us all

1/14/2022
How deeply are our most personal rights threatened by abortion cases now before the U.S. Supreme Court? Along with abortion, how much are our rights to marry whomever we want, have (consensual) sex the way we like and with whomever we want, and have gender-affirming surgery - for example - also at risk?

Duration:00:29:29

Don’t ‘pray away the gay’ - we’re ‘Born Perfect’

1/7/2022
Canada's nationwide ban on conversion therapy took effect January 7. Why no national ban in the US? Despite clear evidence that conversion therapy doesn’t work and severely harms LGBTQ people, the practice continues.

Duration:00:29:29

Their name was Pauli Murray

12/31/2021
... and they was a Black Queer civil rights trailblazer you’ve probably never heard of. In Out in the Bay's final 2021 broadcast, hear Murray in their own voice from the documentary "My Name is Pauli Murray" and from the filmmakers.

Duration:00:29:29