On April 29th, 2015 at The Oasis Cabaret and Nightclub in San Francisco’s SoMa district we taped the show before a live audience. Full of the best clips from 10 years of our show, Eric and I sat onstage and had a blast. Hear from Ang Lee, John Waters, Judy Shepherd, Lesley Gore, Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon, Keith Boykin, Josh Gamson, and Anne Kronenburg. Aired Thursday June 25th at 7pm at kalw.org and 91.7fm San Francisco. Then it’s archived right here. Support us! Enjoy! LISTEN here after broadcast:
The hilarious gay comedy pioneer Karen Ripley tells the stories of lesbian life in the ’70s in her solo show, “Oh, No! There’s Men On The Land!” opening May 1st at The Marsh in Berkeley. A gay stand-up before there WAS gay stand-up. Hear about the legendary Brick Hut cafe in Berkeley and all its ‘dyke drama,’ find out about the hot sex everybody was having with everybody, and discover the many characters of this coming-of-age story.
(Live interview aired April 23, 2015)
How did San Francisco become such a gay mecca? Was it the Gold Rush? Post-prohibition liquor laws? The bar scene? Marilyn Pittman talks with Nan Boyd, chair of women’s studies at San Francisco State University and author of “Wide Open Town: A History of Queer San Francisco to 1965.” A special rebroadcast in celebration of the 10th Anniversary of Out In The Bay (come to our Party on April 29th!) on KALW. Thursday, April 9th, 2015, at 7pm Pacific and kalw.org.
AIDS led the world to many new discoveries in medicine. But San Francisco General Hospital pioneered a new model of patient care. In the film, “Life Before The Lifeboat,” Dr. Paul Volberding interviews nurses, doctors, medical professionals, and community leaders from that time. Marilyn’s audio version of the film is a compelling, dramatic, intense listening experience. A special rebroadcast Thursday, March 12th, 2015, at 7pm. Celebrating 10 years.
To commemorate Independence Day and the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision in favor of marriage equality, we are honoring the Martin Luther King, Jr. of the gay rights movement, Harvey Milk. Marilyn’s 2013 talks with scholars James Black and Charles Morris, about their book, “An Archive Of Hope.” It’s a collection of Harvey’s speeches, columns, and campaign materials. Hear about Harvey’s passion for government by the people and his campaign motto: “You gotta give ’em hope.” (Re-broadcast May 22, 2014; first aired October 13, 2013)
Thursday, May 22, is the debut of the Harvey Milk postage stamp. Out In The Bay‘s Marilyn Pittman talks with James Black and Charles Morris, authors of “An Archive of Hope,” a collection of Harvey Milk’s speeches, columns, and campaign materials. Hear about Harvey’s passion for government by the people and his campaign motto: “You gotta give ’em hope.” (Re-broadcast May 22, 2014; first aired October 13, 2013)