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Proud show with Stephen Ireland

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Monday 11:00 am 1:00 pm

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Pride in Surrey's core values run through into this radio show celebrating, educating and connecting the LGBTQ+ community and allies in a fun and rememberable way.

Loud and Proud. From 11am till 1pm we have Stephen Ireland here for two hours of a fun filled show. The latest in dance and various guests to make your morning whizz by.

The Proud show from the Pride in Surrey team is hosted each week by Stephen Ireland an LGBTQ+ rights activist who is passionate about ensuring that there is a light shone on the LGBTQ+ community celebrating it, educating those within it and those who don’t understand it and also connecting those who need support to support or indeed each other within their times of need.

Pride in Surrey’s core values run through into this radio show celebrating, educating and connecting the LGBTQ+ community and allies in a fun and rememberable way.

The Proud show is broadcast here on Trans Radio UK every Monday 11-1pm with some interviews or show features.

The Proud show is always welcoming your involvement, reach out via twitter @proudshowuk or get in touch with the Pride in Surrey team via e-mail: [email protected]

Pride in Surrey are a non-profit community organisation part of Surrey LGBTQ Pride CIC, this consists of The Proud Show, /Not Alone, Spread Pride Not Hate, The Surrey Shop, The Directory, Blossom LGBT+ and additional joint ventures with charities such as Mary Frances Trust.


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Proud show with Stephen Ireland team

I've been collecting music on vinyl since people were dumping it for CD. I've found wild, weird and wondrous records of all kinds over the years, and I love sharing those sounds.

I worked as a presenter for BBC local radio on music shows in the 70's interviewing groups like queen, when they were a support act, Slade, lots of beers with those boys backstage, Mott the Hoople, I've seen Mick Hunter without the shades, and sooo many more. Then went to US and worked for radio stations in LA and the west coast, which was very different to the beeb but its where I learnt  a great deal. In the UK I worked in production on many tv programmes including Top of the Pops in the early 80s and could tell you some tales, but of course.... I wont !

I became a volunteer radio presenter in 2018 but have always loved music. My music taste is wide ranging but my favourites are electronic dance music, especially house, and indie and rock. I was born in the south of England but have lived in the Far North of Scotland for 18 years. I realised I was non-binary in 2016 and it was a relief to find the language to finally understand myself. The LGBT+ community is very small where I live, and I hope by being part of the Trans Radio UK family I can show others they are not on their own, wherever they are.

Bernadette hails from the Land of 10,000 Lakes, Minnesota, where they’ve spent most of their life in small towns. She went to college for Radio Broadcasting – graduating in 2015 with an Associate’s Degree – and has worked mostly as an on-air personality since, but she also dabbles in audio editing for commercial advertising & […]

Risk, aka Hannah, is a 40 year old woman of trans experience living in Ontario, Canada. She loves music, occasionally her own, which she makes in various styles. She’s made some movies, and written some stories, and always leans heavily into the arts. Risk joined TRUK in November 2021

From the North Coast of Ireland, Jamesy is a law student, activist, ordained minister and events manager who is currently Chair of the LGBT+ wing of a political party.  Born in 1999 as a middle child of a 12 child family, just one year after the signing of the Good Friday Agreement, Jamesy is a […]

Thomas is a full time audio production student. In between studying, making short films and now his hyperpop themed radio show with TRUK he enjoys working on his own music. Specifically that one ep he started over a year ago and just can’t quite get around to finishing. Will it ever be done? Who knows.He […]

Hi, I am Phoenix, and my pronouns are she/her. I have been an LGBTQ+ advocate from an early age, as well as advocating for the rights of other communities. I run a Twitter account that advocates for all LGB & T people, as one community.I fight endlessly and passionately for the equality and inclusion of […]

I’m Kestral, a transgender activist, producer, and writer from the United Kingdom with an obsession for baking bread on the side. I spend most of my time working on building a better world through education, technology, and the arts, but occasionally find time to sit down in front of a microphone to attempt to be entertaining.

I’m Kevin and as you will undoubtedly hear I hail from the Emerald Isle, before moving to London 25 years ago. I’ve always been passionate about LGBTQ+ rights and have been campaigning for as long as I can remember. My life changed dramatically during lockdown, when I decided to have a change in career direction and set up The LGBTQ+ Shop and I am loving every minute of it. Not only is it lots of fun but it gives me the opportunity to raise much needed funds for charities I’m passionate about like The Sussex Beacon, a charity which helps people living with HIV. Indeed, it was the Hazell Dean ‘Always’ line and her introduction to the team which led me to become involved with Trans Radio UK.

Paula joined TRUK in May 2021

Amanda joined TRUK in May 2021

Hi, I'm MG, one of the newer TRUK presenters. I am a lifelong listener to, and lover of all genres of music from metal to jazz, country to pop, and rap to classical. I have also sung and played guitar in bands, and had a very brief, unsuccessful dalliance with the saxophone!

Dave joined TRUK February 2021

I have had a love of music like forever; I started learning music from an early age and listening to the radio with my parents, used to listen to shows like the Goon Show but they mainly loved classical music.

This is a community run radio show, based in Bristol. Their show brings you all the LGBT information you need on a weekly basis.

I am an LGBTQ+ rights activist who is passionate about ensuring that there is a light shone on the LGBTQ+ community celebrating it, educating those within it and those who don't understand it and also connecting those who need support to support or indeed each other within their times of need.

Currently working PT as a teacher. Previous jobs include, butchers apprentice, bingo caller, nurse, pub manager, beach side cafe owner, artificial limb developer and cook

I am a fully qualified Personal Trainer and Sports and Exercise Nutrition Advisor registered with the IICT. I'm also an ambassador for fitness brand Just Strong for women.

My main occupation is a bus driver for Bournemouth Transport which is the yellow buses you will see in the area.

I enjoy presenting for Trans Radio UK and enjoy the shows I am involved in, they mean a great deal to me on a personal level

I have been into music for a long time, regularly listening to the charts of the day from the 70s onwards

I went to school at the Blind Institute until aged 11 and when I came to the UK in 1955  went to Linden Lodge school for the blind and then went to the Royal Normal College for the Blind in Shrewsbury, where I learned shorthand/typing and worked in the Civil Service for some time.  

I am passionate about music especially Country and 50,60s even some Pop and Rock

I do love all kinds of music from 60's to present day, R&B, Soul, Jazz Funk, Glam Rock of course, Punk, Bjork, Indie, Celtic Rock, Northern Soul and forgot to mention Reggae & Ska.

From an early age, I have always had a love for a variety of music genres including dance, house (as you experience from the shows I do here) and even RnB, hip pop and rap

Shelley is an international lady of mystery. No-one really knows what she does for a day job, but she seems to get all over the globe, when viruses are not impacting the scheduling.

I love all sorts of music and providing a great entertainment show. Come and tune in every Tuesday at 11am!

Ads joined us in September 2019 and you can hear them on...

I am passionate about classical music, ballet and opera, and through personal experience, know how inspiring music can be. There is nothing like a piece of classical music to elicit emotions in an audience. So, I would say that if you are not a regular listener, come along to the show - you will be surprised!

I have only been a presenter for three months, but thoroughly enjoy doing this.  

Hi, I’m Simone Wilson. I’ve played records for others to enjoy for as long as I can remember.

My first experience in radio came around 5 years ago prior to which time I had not ever considered getting involved in it but due to an unexpected series of turn of events, a show that I was enthusiastically listening to every week, I found myself presenting.

I was born and raised in Manchester, where I gained my love of The Blues by regularly attending the legendary “Band On The Wall”. I gained her love of classic soul thanks to her sister letting her have her old Stax and Motown records.

I'm a Scottish DJ, through most of the 80s, who's worked in hospital radio and was involved with one of the first U.K. lottery funded transgender support groups in 90s and early 2000s.

I'm Lucy a presenter on TRUK and also the founder! My first foray into radio was when I set up a Non League radio station in 2005 as it was frustrating not being able to get the results of lower league football. This was a success from day one

I have always loved music for as long as I can remember, my dad was a DJ in the 60's, driving to gigs on his Triumph motorbike with a speaker strapped to his back, he also plays the accordion and piano, I played the flute, piano, recorder (of course!)


Proud show with Stephen Ireland crew

I am an LGBTQ+ rights activist who is passionate about ensuring that there is a light shone on the LGBTQ+ community celebrating it, educating those within it and those who don't understand it and also connecting those who need support to support or indeed each other within their times of need.