Lambda Weekly is the longest running LGBT radio show on the air. It airs on KNON 89.3FM in Dallas/Ft. Worth and is hosted by David Taffet, Lerone Landis and Patti Fink.
2019-04-14 – Dr John Carlo and Dr David Lee
The best news available to us on Lambda Weekly, stay undetectable with our great news!
2019-04-07 – Filmmaker Scott Poggensee talks Murder
Making a real murder mystery, having convicted the wrong man! The timelines just don’t add up, and the investigation officer never checked out his alibis. In the trial, they didn’t use facts, just kept throughout at the jury...
2019-03-31 – Leza Mesiah
This week we have a mixture of old and new, and the real starters of the GLBTQI generation of positive laws.
2019-03-24 – Jake Ballinger, Cason Esquivel and Krista De La Rosa
Transgender Visibility Day and in this case Hear ability! We only lost 8 minutes internet time to this weeks hacker. Next week, we hope to have them squealing like the pig they are .
2019-03-10 – Samantha Smoot
Next Monday is the day to talk to your congress Critters! Listen in and hear what they have plans for you and make everyone’s life just a little harder.
2019-03-03 – Mayra Fierro
The city has done a very criminal thing, by criminalizing our youth in a very prejudicial and racial way, instead of taking the civil way to help, instruct, and gather data on roaming and homeless youth. This new...
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If Only These Came Out Sooner
These recordings of live radio shows are full of great information that both the gay and hetro communities will benefit from hearing. Unfortunately, if you live in this show’s home city, Dallas / Forth Worth, any upcoming events they announce will have happened weeks after the episode is released. Otherwise, this is a good and very necessary show.
Good Content But.....
This podcast is great when it comes to the subject matters that are discussed. Its one main fault is the quality of the podcasts are not always good. It sounds like they have problems with one microphone. You can hear two people speaking withour a problem, but the third person is sometimes a little hard to hear. It can be frustrating when two people respond to one person. In the latest episode I listened to, the host responded to the guest by saying, "that's interesting!" I couldn't disagree with the host - but couldn't agree with him, either. I couldn't hear what the guest said. I do look forward to the shows when the faulty microphone is working - or there is only 2 people speaking.