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Host: Katherine Linton. Featured guests: Marga Gomez, Alec Mapa, Dan Pintauro.

Summary: The first episode of season ten begins with the segment "Art in the Age of AIDS," focusing on the "AIDS, A Living Archive" and "Pride 2001" exhibits, featuring interviews with artists Peter Cramer and Jack Waters. The segment also highlights Jack Waters' work with the Estate Project for Artists with AIDS. The "Still the ONE" segment looks at the ONE Institute & Archives in Los Angeles. In the Life archives features a segment about the Condega Homemaker's Project, and is a rebroadcast of a segment titled "Activists," originally aired as a part of episode 804. The "Out & About" segment covers the murder of Fred Martinez, spotlights gay playwrights Edward Albee, Terrence McNally, and Lanford Wilson, as well as gay writers Howard Cruse and Samuel R. Delany, and the film Iron Ladies, and then presents the LGBT Community Center opening in New York City. "A Lush Life" focuses on jazz songwriter Billy Strayhorn, best known for composing "Take the 'A' Train." The "Out Takes" segment features Marga Gomez, while PSAs include Alec Mapa speaking about the Gay and Lesbian History archives, along with Dan Pintauro discussing hate crimes.

Host: Katherine Linton.  Featured guests: Keith Christopher, Nedra Johnson, Tom McCormack, Gary Beach, Roger Bart, Paul Rudnick.

Summary: This episode is a rebroadcast of episode 1102, originally broadcast November 2001. Topics covered in this episode include LGBT music artists, GRIOT Circles, gay truckers, and the murder of Fred Martinez.

Host: Michael Billy.  Featured guests: Peter Parnell, Justin Richardson, Edward Albee, Kathleen Turner.

Summary: The episode begins with a segment about And Tango Makes Three, a children's book in which two male penguins partner and dream of starting a family. The A Conversation with… segment features Edward Albee and Kathleen Turner. The next segment explores gay rights and visibility in Poland, followed by a look at campgrounds for gays and lesbians, focusing primarily on Camp Oneida in rural Pennsylvania.

Featured guests: Kathleen Turner, Edward Albee, Julian Bond, Jonathan Capehart, Julianne Moore, Christine Vachon.

Summary: This episode is a reversion featuring segments from previous episodes, all of which are A Conversation with… segments. Segments from episodes 1707, 1801 and 1806 feature conversations between Edward Albee and Kathleen Turner, Julian Bond and Jonathan Capehart, and Julianne Moore and Christine Vachon.

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