After weeks of rumours, it's been confirmed that Catherine Russell has left Holby City and Serena Campbell's final episodes will be aired in the new year, in what Digital Spy are calling a "heroic departure". Not for Ms Campbell an urn upturned in the shrubbery beside the ambulance bay, as was Bernie's fate in this … Continue reading Moving on
My experience of Radio DIVA
On Tuesday, I took part in a discussion about lesbian and bi representation on television on Radio DIVA. When I opened Twitter, I realised that lots of the people listening had experienced the discussion differently to me, and in ways that I think it’s important to address.
Regulation has failed us. It’s time to focus on policy
The standards and regulations applied to broadcasting in the UK are fundamentally flawed when it comes to LGBTQ+ (and other minority) representation and portrayal. How do we change things?
Talking Berena on Lesbian Visibility Day
Donning scrubs and a Holby hoodie to talk about Berena at Fantastic 2019.
If ‘trust is the foundation of the BBC’, it’s on shaky ground
BBC policy on mail handling does not prevent mail being hand delivered to the gate – and advice on handling protests suggests a BBC security representative makes themselves available to hear grievances.
Conversations with Hogi
This week, I made my debut on Conversations with Hogi, the podcast put together by Mama Koogs Arts. Over the course of about 45 minutes, we talked about our attempts to engage with the BBC over Berena and Holby City, and about different perspectives on wlw audiences. My thanks to Hogi and Katie for asking … Continue reading Conversations with Hogi