SEASON 2 | EPISODE 6  
ALIM KHERAJ
WITH LGBTQ+ COMMUNITY CENTRE 🅴




For our final LGBT+ History Month episode, we're back in London to take a trip down memory lane AKA our first queer London memories - but not before a little discussion around Framing Britney.


We cover Matthew's first memorable night in Soho *cough* XXL *cough* and discuss Brendan's lucky housing find, before exploring London's LGBTQ+ scene and history, speaking to Alim Kheraj, author of upcoming book, Queer London: A Guide To The City's LGBTQ+ Past and Present. Alim share's his favourite part of researching for the book, the importance of the hot pink pages inside, and shares a reading recounting the Admiral Duncan nail bombing of 1999.


Looking to the future of London's LGBTQ+ scene, we speak to Sarah Moore, a founding member of the London LGBTQ+ Community Centre, who tells us more about the progress they're making to open this much-needed venue in the city and what you can do to get involved.


** This episode comes with a content warning, with descriptions of the Admiral Duncan bombing and the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting, which some listeners may find upsetting**