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Stonewall on London Pride

25th June 2016 | Advice / Opinion

Stonewall on London Pride

Last year, James Gilmore and Roman Armstrong marched at London Pride with Stonewall to get a real insight into the event and what it must be like for the thousands of people in the LGBT+ community who take part in the parade every year.

Stonewall is the UK’s leading LGBT charity organisation. Their mission is to let all LGBT people know that they’re not alone and they support communities and provide essential services to those facing conflict or difficulty whilst trying to express their sexuality.


Stonewall have a presence at all 22 Pride events across Britain this Summer – but James Gilmore interviewed them to find out a little bit more about Pride in London this year.

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James Gilmore interviews Stonewall about London Pride

James Gilmore interviews Sarah from Stonewall about what's taking place at London Pride.

Metropolitan Police on London Pride

24th June 2016 | Advice / Opinion

Metropolitan Police on London Pride

London Pride is the annual celebration in London for every part of London’s LGBT+ community (lesbian, gay, trans, queer, questioning, intersex, non-binary, asexual, polysexual, genderqueer and gender variant peple).

The event aims to raise awareness of LGBT+ issues and campaign for the freedoms that will allow them to live their lives on a genuinely equal footing.

And it’s a lot of fun.

Last year, our very own James Gilmore and Roman Armstrong attended Pride with Stonewall to experience it first hand.

But, the annual event (which includes a large Parade going through the heart of the West End) does cause some worry over fears of safety, especially following the recent attacks in Orlando on an LGBT+ nightclub.


James Gilmore interviewed PC Aaron Clarke about the Metropolitan Police’s strategy for London Pride and whether the recent incidents in Orlando have had an impact on Pride.

Broadcasted worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

James Gilmore interviews the Met Police about London Pride

James Gilmore interviews Metropolitan Police officer Aaron Clarke about the Met's strategy for London Pride.

Goodbye Thomas Mills...

20th March 2016 | Advice / Opinion

Goodbye Thomas Mills...

It’s always difficult to see presenters leave, but none more difficult than seeing Thomas Mills leave the Station.

Thomas took an act of faith and joined us in September 2012 with his first show ‘The Panel’. When he first launched the show, everyone was telling both him and us not to go ahead with it – they thought it would be “rubbish”. I guess time shows who was right and who was wrong.

Since the days of The Panel, Thomas has also hosted a variety show on-air, “The MAD Show”, as well as his final self-titled show offering advice for listeners. In the show Thomas has helped and opened his heart to so many listeners – from those dealing with issues regarding their sexuality, relationships, problems at home, money, friend problems, etc… the list goes on.

Thomas has entertained people, and he’s saved people too. Senders such as AnonymousHistory have messaged every single episode and have listened since 2012. That’s the affect that Thomas has had on our listeners lives.

Whilst Thomas’ voice will still be heard on-air occasionally (with more details being revealed soon), the ending of his weekly show will leave a gaping hole difficult to fill.

At the same time, this marks a new era for us here at W!ZARD Radio Station, one we are very excited to begin.

Listen below to what 4 Years of Thomas Mills has sounded like.

4 Years of Thomas Mills

Hear our montage of what 4 Years of Thomas Mills on W!ZARD Radio Station has sounded like…