LGBT+ podcasts

Podcasts

Welcome to the world of podcasts! Maybe you're an avid listener already or maybe you're trying them out for the first time, but podcasts are an excellent way to learn new things or just to entertain yourself. 

The LGBT+ Staff Forum have handpicked a selection of their favourites and this page will be updated regularly as more recommendations come in and you can send in your recommendations by emailing equality@plymouth.ac.uk.

When did you know?

Launching on National Coming Out Day (11 October), this brand new podcast features local and national figures from the LGBT+ community talking about the moment they realised exactly who they are and how they have embraced their LGBT+ identity. 

Hosted by the University's Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Manager, Andrew Grace, you are invited to subscribe on Spotify, iTunes, Google Podcasts and all major podcast platforms. 

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You're Dead To Me

You're Dead to Me is a history podcast for people who don't like history by the BBC. This episode is a special on LGBTQ History and tells the story of the LGBTQ+ civil rights movement in the UK alongside uncovering hidden queer histories from our past

Listen here

The LGBT Sport Podcast

Being LGBT+ and interested in sport can often be a challenge and this podcast from the BBC attempts to tackle those issues head-on, from the forgetten histories of LGBT atheletes, trans issues in sport and the importance of inclusivity in sports.

Listen here