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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

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Amanda joined TRUK in May 2021

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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.