55 episodes

An amateur historian with a fully stocked bar and a boundless curiosity.

Gay of the Day. Profiling notable LGBT people from history. Frank Howard

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8, 8 Ratings

An amateur historian with a fully stocked bar and a boundless curiosity.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

belladonnacalla ,


This podcast is a pure delight. The host imparts knowledge in a knowing and nuanced manner. His voice is like nectar and I’m not usually prone to hyperbolic praise. I want to submit suggestions for the next subjects but I’m a very polite and considerate person and wouldn’t dream of imposing.

Fliverpool ,

From Facebook to iTunes.

Having recently liked the profile page I’ve progressed to subscribing. Concise and entertaining and informative. Unafraid and sometimes sexy. What more could you want from a podcast! Definitely worth a listen and a subscription

MatteoGiulioSarti ,


In a world where LGBT culture (and, subsequently, culture as a whole) is reduced to a sassy handful of Drag superstars dishing tag-lines as quickly as they drop merch, 'Gay of the Day' focuses its lenses back on the community's real artistic and political mavericks.

The podcasts tells us real stories of wild, liberated success as well as reminding everybody of the oppression and secrecy our community endured through the years.
All delivered in handy ten-minutes snippets, perfectly crafted for the digital age: Never paternalistic or overly academic, 'Gay of the Day' stirs just enough appetite for its listeners to go out and read more of the unique individuals it features.
Overall, I vehemently suggest it to everyone with an interest in culture, any aspect of culture.
Gay or straight.

It is informative, well-crafted and, best of all, elegant.

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