How has your week been? Really...? I've heard she can be a nightmare. Well forget about all that because we are back with another issue of Queerly's non-award-winning newsletter.
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Right, let's get into this week's big queer entertainment news stories. I'd love to know what you think about the Doctor Who casting rumours below. I think it would be fantastic!
Have a wonderful weekend,
Harry Styles, Lizzo, Sam Smith, Demi Lovato and The 1975 are among the nominees for this year's British LGBT Awards. Rob & The GDC are notably absent from the list.
It's A Sin star Olly has been tipped to be the 14th regeneration of Doctor Who - and spoke about the rumours on The One Show. This would be a genius bit of casting. He's perfect!
Has anyone ever felt more obliged to take a job than Kylie when she got the Ru call? Australia and New Zealand spin-off comes to BBC Three in May.
The Simpsons recasts iconic gay character with proud gay actor in bid to be more inclusive — www.pinknews.co.uk The Simpsons has recast the voice actor for iconic gay character Julio with gay, Cuban actor Tony Rodríguez in a bid to be more inclusive.
Heartstopper: Kit Connor and Joe Locke to star in Netflix adaption of gay graphic novel — attitude.co.uk The eight-part TV adaptation of the beloved high school romance is currently filming in the UK.
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Our pick of the best things to stream this weekend. We will discuss it all on The Brunch on Sunday so do let us know your thoughts on Twitter - @QueerlyRadio.
Our special guests on Sunday's show, Stu Oakley and Lotte Jeffs host Some Families a podcast that explores every aspect of LGBTQ+ parenting. The show breaks down queer parenting myths, shares funny, emotional and true stories from the LGBTQ+ community and answers questions for those thinking about parenthood.
📺 Leonardo (Prime Video) — www.amazon.co.uk A compelling look at one of the most restlessly brilliant men of all time, Leonardo gets inside the mind of the genius, showing the drama behind his art and exploring a tantalizing murder-mystery.
Narrated by Sigourney Weaver, this four-part series plunges viewers deep within the epicenter of whale culture to experience the extraordinary communication skills and intricate social structures of five different whale species. Filmed over three years in 24 locations, throughout this epic journey we learn that whales are far more complex and more like us than ever imagined.
I know, I know. No one needs to be told about Line of Duty but just in case you've been on the fence about the latest series I'm here to tell you to get off and fall very much into the back garden of AC-12. Ep. 5 ended with the biggest cliffhanger in the show's history. No spoilers here fella.
At twenty-nine, Jake D'Arcy has finally got his life just right. So why isn't he happier? When his confident, much-adored younger brother Trick comes out as gay to a rapturous response, Jake realises he has questions about his own repressed bisexuality, and that he can't wait any longer to find his answers.
When carefree Nyles and reluctant maid of honour Sarah have a chance encounter at a Palm Springs wedding, things get complicated when they find themselves unable to escape the venue, themselves, and each other.
Rob's Record of the Week
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