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THIS WAY OUT : THE INTERNATIONAL GAY AND LESBIAN RADIO MAGAZINE, PROGRAM NO. 716 (December 17, 2001)

Program Title:
THIS WAY OUT : THE INTERNATIONAL GAY AND LESBIAN RADIO MAGAZINE, PROGRAM NO. 716 (December 17, 2001)
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PRA Archive #: 
SZ0946.716
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THIS WAY OUT the international gay & lesbian radio magazine Program #716: (hosted this week by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle) Program I.D. #02-F72-00051 There will be no "NewsWrap" segment on "This Way Out" programs to be distributed on 12/24 and 12/31/01. "At 17" albums and the big 5-0, a words & music exclusive with Janis Ian; A preview of the Aspen Gay & Lesbian Ski Week's 25th anniversary event; West Australia moves closer to sweeping rights reform, Spain's parliament moves to clear Franco's gay victims, Britain begins the process for a job rights law, Liechtenstein's new partners law awaits final government okay,a flawed equal benefits bill is vetoed in Atlanta, & other global GLBT news* In NewsWrap: The Legislative Assembly of the state of West Australia passes a landmark bill providing sweeping legal reforms toward equality for both gay and lesbian individuals and same-gender couples... Spain's parliament moves to expunge the criminal record of possibly thousands of gays arrested during the regime of General Francisco Franco and establishes a committee to consider compensation for them... the British government publishes a proposal for public consultation to ban sexual orientation employment discrimination, while Liechtenstein is the latest European country to advance legislation providing legal recognition of same-gender couples... what some say was a flawed Atlanta, Georgia version of San Francisco's pioneering Equal Benefits Ordinance is vetoed by the gay-supportive outgoing mayor, while some lesbian & gay employees of the state of Minnesota gain domestic partner health benefits, at least for the time being... plus other global GLBT news [written by CINDY FRIEDMAN and anchored by JON BEAUPRE & CINDY FRIEDMAN].(about 7:30) * The annual ASPEN (Colorado) GAY & LESBIAN SKI WEEK celebrates its 25th anniversary during the last week of January. Along with the obvious opportunity to spend time with friends and "family" at one of the planet's prime ski and snowboarding locales, there are parties, a film festival, and lots of other entertainment that draws enthusiasts from all over the world. JIM TOMBERLIN is Acting Executive Director of the Aspen Gay & Lesbian Community Fund, which distributes proceeds from the week's events to charitable nonprofits. He previews some of the 25th anniversary events in conversation with This Way Out correspondent NEIL DAVID SEIBEL [with thanks to THOMAS EIRMAN, Executive Director of KAJX Studios in Aspen]. (about 3:30)* JANIS IAN is well known as a musical performer and writer, beginning her career in the 1960's with the controversial hit "Society's Child" and continuing to top the charts through the seventies with "At Seventeen" and "Jesse." But there's far more to this Grammy winning musician, as This Way Out's CHRIS WILSON learned when she recently sat down with Janis Ian for this exclusive interview, to talk about everything from "outing" to controversial U.S. radio shock jock Howard Stern [features excerpts from Ian CD's "Society's Child", "Between The Lines", and "God and the FBI"; produced with CHRISTOPHER DAVID TRENTHAM].(about 15:00)

Date Recorded on: 
December 17, 2001
Item duration: 
29 min.
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Los Angeles, Pacifica Radio Archive, 2001
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