Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Watch us on Youtube Join the Archive Mailing List Read our Blog

Tag: Daniel Karslake

Host: Katherine Linton.  Featured guests: Margarita Sanchez, Marga Gomez, E. Lynn Harris, Edmund White, Wilson Cruz.

Summary: The first episode of season nine begins with a segment about the Millennium March and Festival in Washington, D.C. held to raise awareness about LGBT issues. The activism spotlight features Margarita Sanchez in Puerto Rico, and the Out Artists Speak Out segment features Marga Gomez and E. Lynn Harris, who is profiled in this episode. The theater segment covers the play, Avow, and the Elizabeth Streb Dance Company performing at Grand Central Station. The next segment is about independent bookstores. The In the News segment features coverage of Georgia Governor Roy Barnes, Al Gore and Hillary Clinton speaking at LGBT events, as well as a consideration of gay issues and the Republican Party. The next segment is about author Edmund White. Wilson Cruz provides this episode's celebrity ID.

Host: Katherine Linton.  Featured guests: Alex Sichel, Peter Frechette, Juanita Owens, Irene Farerra, Rob Epstein, Jeffrey Friedman.

Summary: The episode begins with a segment about funding challenges for the AIDS charities, Food & Friends and the Whitman-Walker Clinic. The Out Artists Speak Out segment features Alex Sichel and Peter Frechette, followed by a profile of activist Juanita Owens. The In the Arts segment covers HomoCorps at CBGB, Irene Farrera with Sounds of Venezuela, and Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman's Third Reich documentary Paragraph 175. The Romaine Brooks segment focuses on the artist's retrospective in Washington, D.C. The indie films, Punks and Chutney Popcorn, are spotlighted, and the In the News segment covers the Stop Dr. Laura! protest and the GLBT Christian Conference in DeKalb, Illinois. The episode also features a rebroadcast of the Rainbow Support Group segment from episode 904.

Host: RuPaul Andre Charles.  Featured guests: Keith Boykin, Irene Monroe, Toshi Reagon, Pamela Sneed, Cherry Jones, Michelle Lopez, Ruth Ellis.

Summary: This episode is a reversion featuring segments from previous episodes as well as new segments. Excerpts are taken from previously aired episodes 503, 602, 803, 805 and 904, and cover such figures as Bayard Rustin, Irene Monroe, James Baldwin and Ruth Ellis, as well as such topics as civil rights and AIDS in the African-American community. The Out Artists Speak Out segment features Toshi Reagon, Pamela Sneed and Cherry Jones. The In the News segment covers the Balm in Gilead organization's AIDS conference and Team Harmony VII. The In the Arts segment looks at the films, A Luv Tale and Punks. Women of Spelmen College provide the episode's celebrity ID.

Host: Katherine Linton. Featured guests: Billy Bean, Susan Sarandon, Harmony Hammond, Kathy Najimy, John Dugdale, Duane Michals, RuPaul Andre Charles.

Summary: The episode begins with a segment about gays in the military. Billy Bean and Susan Sarandon provide PSAs, while the next segment spotlights Harmony Hammond's book, Lesbian Art in America. The In the News segment covers the Coalition for Equality in New Mexico and the 24th Annual Aspen Gay & Lesbian Ski Week. The next segment focuses on domestic partner violence recovery programs. The In the Arts segment covers Kathy Najimy's play, Dirty Blonde, and Quentin Crisp's Resident Alien. The Common Threads camp in Fishkill, NY is then spotlighted. The next segment profiles photographer John Dugdale and includes an interview with Duane Michals. RuPaul Andre Charles provides the episode's celebrity ID.

Host: Katherine Linton.  Featured guests: Shelly Meyers, Martin Atkin, John Cameron Mitchell, Holly Near, Stormé DeLarverie, Kate Clinton, Billy Bean, Jewelle Gomez.

Summary: The first segment looks at Walter Schubert's Gay Financial Network (gfn.com) list of 25 power players, featuring interviews with Shelly Meyers and Martin Atkin. The next segment features John Cameron Mitchell discussing the film, Hedwig and the Angry Inch. The In the News segment covers the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission Felipa Awards in New York and the ONE Institute and Archives in Los Angeles. The next segment focuses on gays in foreign armed services. The In the Arts segment covers Jewish Women Roar! event put on by Jews for Racial & Economic Justice, as well as the Astraea XXIII benefit with Holly Near. The episode features a rebroadcast of a segment about hepatitis from episode 905, and also spotlights Stonewall veteran Stormé DeLarverie. Kate Clinton and Billy Bean provide PSAs during this episode, and Jewelle Gomez provides the celebrity ID.

Note: Some audio content removed due to copyright restrictions.
53:30 - 54:04: Hedwig and The Angry Inch, "Wig in a Box."

Host: Katherine Linton.  Featured guests: Dan Savage, Rue Thais-Williams, Jewel Thais-Williams, Jon Galluccio, Michael Galluccio, Susan Morabito, Kate Clinton.

Summary: This episode is a reversion featuring segments from previous episodes as well as new segments. Excerpts are taken from previously aired episodes 401, 804 and 902, featuring such figures as Dan Savage and Dee Mosbacher, and covering such topics as gay parenting, deaf LGBT couples, and the documentary, Straight from the Heart. It also features a segment about New York City's Father Mychal Judge. Los Angeles activists Rue and Jewel Thais-Williams are also profiled. Susan Morabito, Kate Clinton, and Jon and Michael Galluccio provide PSAs during the episode.

Featured guests: Walter Schubert, Shelly Meyers, Joi Cardwell, Dr. Kate O'Hanlan, Irene Monroe, Dan Butler, Mel Johnson, Jr., Lee Rose, Patricia Clarkson.

Summary: This episode is a reversion featuring segments from previous episodes as well as new segments. Excerpts are taken from previously aired episodes 604, 702, 703, 805, 1007 and 1010, and spotlight such figures as Walter Schubert, Joi Cardwell, Dr. Kate O'Hanlan and Irene Monroe, and such topics as equal rights at the Chrysler Corporation and gays in the military. Dan Butler, Mel Johnson, Jr., Lee Rose and Patricia Clarkson provide historical PSAs during the episode.

Host: Katherine Linton.  Featured guests: Alan Ball, Harvey Fierstein, Paul Rudnick, Keith Boykin, RuPaul Andre Charles.

Summary: The episode begins with a segment about gay Muslims. The next segment spotlights the Callen-Lorde Health Center in New York City, which is followed by an Out & About segment. This episode features a rebroadcast of the segment about the Lesbian Herstory Archives from episode 901. Filmmaker Alan Ball is profiled, and the Out Takes segment features Harvey Fierstein. Paul Rudnick and Keith Boykin provide historical PSAs during the episode, and RuPaul Andre Charles provides the celebrity ID.

Host: Katherine Linton. Featured guests: Sarah Waters, Christopher Rice, Harvey Fierstein, Mathew St. Patrick, Jim J. Bullock, Angela Lansbury.

Summary: The episode begins with a segment about victims of the 9/11 attacks, followed by a profile of the film, Southern Comfort. The Out & About segment covers arson in Montana, a benefit for the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center, a Human Rights Campaign dinner, suicide in Rhode Island, authors Sarah Waters and Christopher Rice, and the film, Kissing Jessica Stein. The next segment spotlights Project 10 in Los Angeles. The episode also features a rebroadcast of the segment about The Laramie Project from episode 905. The Out Takes segment features Harvey Fierstein, while historical PSAs are provided by Mathew St. Patrick and Jim J. Bullock during the episode. Angela Lansbury provides the celebrity ID.

Host: Katherine Linton.  Featured guests: Jerry Herman, Emil Wilbekin, Harvey Fierstein, Paris Barclay, Judith Light, Albita.

Summary: The episode begins with a segment about Florida's legislation against gay adoption. The next segment profiles Jerry Herman, and the Out & About segment covers a Fred Phelps protest, Victory Fund candidates, the Gay MBA Conference and The Advocate. This episode features a retrospective about In the Life's first ten years. The next segment features Emil Wilbekin, editor-in-chief of Vibe magazine. The Out Takes segment features Harvey Fierstein, while historical PSAs are provided by Paris Barclay and Judith Light during the episode. Recording artist Albita provides the celebrity ID.

Note: Some audio content removed due to copyright restrictions.
19:32 - 20:25: Carol Channing, Shepard Coleman, "Hello, Dolly!"
20:40 - 21:37: Angela Lansbury, "We Need a Little Christmas"

Host: John Bartlett. Featured guests: Jonathan Capehart, Sharon Smith, Harvey Fierstein, Dan Butler, Rachel True, Dirk Shafer, Paris Barclay, Beth Anthony.

Summary: The first episode of season eleven begins with a segment about Sharon Smith's fight for same-sex spousal rights after her partner, Diane Whipple, was killed in a dog attack in San Francisco. The Real to Reel segment profiles the film, Family Fundamentals. The next segment spotlights gay and lesbian churches in Los Angeles and Dallas. The Out & About segment covers seven gay couples in New Jersey, Bill T. Jones, a rainbow flag exhibit, and the Gay Games in Sydney. The Hairspray segment looks at the Broadway musical. Harvey Fierstein talks about voting in this episode's Out Takes segment. Dan Butler, Rachel True, Dirk Shafer and Paris Barclay provide historical PSAs in this episode, and Beth Anthony provides the Celebrity ID.

Host: Katherine Linton.  Featured guests: Shelly Meyers, Martin Atkin, John Cameron Mitchell, Holly Near, Stormé DeLarverie, Kate Clinton, Billy Bean, Jewelle Gomez.

Summary: This episode is a rebroadcast of episode 1010, originally broadcast July 2001. The episode covers such topics as LGBT business professionals, gays in foreign armed services, hepatitis, Stonewall and Hedwig and the Angry Inch.

Note: Audio content removed due to copyright restrictions.
53:30 - 54:04: Hedwig and the Angry Inch, "Wig in a Box."

Host: Denis O'Hare.  Featured guests: John Bartlett, Pamela Sneed, Bev Ditsie, Patricia Clarkson, Harvey Fierstein, Billie Jean King, Wilson Cruz, Martina Navratilova.

Summary: In the first segment, John Bartlett covers the HIV-positive modeling agency Proof Positive. The next segment features Pamela Sneed taking a close look at LGBT nursing home options. The Real to Reel segment spotlights Simon and I, Bev Ditsie's documentary about South African AIDS activist Simon Nkoli. The next segment discusses gay harassment in high school, and Patricia Clarkson covers the Broadway play, Take Me Out. Harvey Fierstein's Out Takes segment is titled "Gay Pride Day." Billie Jean King, Wilson Cruz and Martina Navratilova provide historical PSAs throughout the episode.

Note: Some audio content removed due to copyright restrictions.
54:53 - 55:22: Dolly Parton, "Light of a Clear Blue Morning"

Host: Bill Brochtrup.  Featured guests: Ann Bancroft, Ruth Ellis, Deborah Dickson, Harvey Fierstein, Herman Agoya [sic], Judith Light, Paris Barclay, Howard Dean, Jewelle Gomez.

Summary: This episode is a reversion featuring segments from previous episodes as well as new segments. Excerpts from episodes 904, 1007 and 1009 spotlight explorer Ann Bancroft, Living with Pride: Ruth C. Ellis @ 100, the COLAGE organization, and the "Don't ask, don't tell, don't pursue" military policy. There is also a segment about queer comic book characters from Marvel and DC. The Real to Reel segment is about Deborah Dickson's documentary, Ruthie and Connie, spotlighting Ruthie Berman and Connie Kurtz. Harvey Fierstein's Out Takes segment is titled "Hero Worship." Herman Agoyo, Judith Light, Paris Barclay and Howard Dean provide historical PSAs throughout the episode, and Jewelle Gomez provides the celebrity ID.

Host: Lesley Gore.  Featured guests: Dan Jinks, Bruce Cohen, Lisa Moore, Juan Carlos Zaldívar, Billie Jean King, Harvey Fierstein, André De Shields, Paris Barclay, Lisa Leslie.

Summary: The episode begins with a segment about funding issues surrounding HIV/AIDS prevention and LGBT organizations. In the next segment, Hollywood producers Dan Jinks and Bruce Cohen discuss being out in Hollywood, followed by a spotlight on publisher Lisa Moore. The Real to Reel segment is about Juan Carlos Zaldívar's documentary, 90 Miles. Next is a profile of Billie Jean King. Harvey Fierstein's Out Takes segment is titled "Negative Role Models. André De Shields and Paris Barclay provide historical PSAs during the episode, and Lisa Leslie provides the Celebrity ID,

Note: Some audio content removed due to copyright restrictions.
54:10 - 55:57: Lesley Gore, "It's My Party"

Host: Billy Porter.  Featured guests: Alan Steinman, Sharon Kleinbaum, Dawn Rose, Lisa Moore, Harvey Fierstein.

Summary: This episode is a reversion featuring segments from previous episodes as well as new segments. Excerpts from episodes 1209, 1302, 1305, 1306 and 1309 cover such topics as "Don't ask, don't tell," the bear subculture, lesbian rabbis, advertising in the HIV/AIDS drug industry, Redbone Press, and the documentary, Bombay Eunuch. Harvey Fierstein's Out Takes segment is a rebroadcast of episode 1109's "Good One."

Host: Kate Clinton. Guests: John Scagliotti, Charles Ignacio, Katherine Linton, Anita Lo, Barbara Rick, Jerry Herman, Carol Channing, Angela Lansbury.

Summary: The first episode of season 14 begins with a trip through In the Life's early years, followed by a profile of celebrity chef Anita Lo. The Real to Reel segment spotlights Barbara Rick's documentary, In Good Conscience, about a Catholic nun countering the church's view of homosexuality. Jerry Herman is profiled in a rebroadcast of a segment originally from episode 1109. The Coming Out Stories segment features six individuals sharing their personal memories of coming out to their loved ones.

Host: Alan Cumming.  Featured guests: Michele Kammerer, Tom Schumacher, Miss Richfield 1981, Irene Monroe, Bev Ditsie, Judy Shepard, Sam Behrens, Howard Dean.

Summary: This episode is a reversion featuring segments from previous episodes as well as new segments. Excerpts from episodes 805, 902, 1004, 1209 and 1406 spotlight such individuals as firefighter Michele Kammerer, Disney employee Tom Schumacher, drag performer Miss Richfied, Reverend Irene Monroe and South African AIDS activist Simon Nkoli. The Coming Out stories segment features six individuals sharing their stories of coming out in the workplace. Judy Shepard, Sam Behrens and Howard Dean provide PSAs during the episode.

Note: Some audio content removed due to copyright restrictions.
33:53 - 34:44: The B-52's, "The World's Green Laughter."

Host: Katherine Linton. Featured guests: Billy Bean, Susan Sarandon, Harmony Hammond, Kathy Najimy, John Dugdale, Duane Michals, RuPaul Andre Charles.

Summary: This episode is a rebroadcast of episode 1007, originally broadcast in April 2001. The episode begins with a segment about gays in the military. Billy Bean and Susan Sarandon provide PSAs, while the next segment spotlights Harmony Hammond's book, Lesbian Art in America. The In the News segment covers the Coalition for Equality in New Mexico and the 24th Annual Aspen Gay & Lesbian Ski Week. The next segment focuses on domestic partner violence recovery programs. The In the Arts segment covers Kathy Najimy's play, Dirty Blonde, and Quentin Crisp's Resident Alien. The Common Threads camp in Fishkill, NY is then spotlighted. The next segment profiles photographer John Dugdale and includes an interview with Duane Michals. RuPaul Andre Charles provides the episode's celebrity ID.

Host: Kate Clinton. Guests: John Scagliotti, Charles Ignacio, Katherine Linton, Anita Lo, Barbara Rick, Jerry Herman, Carol Channing, Angela Lansbury.

Summary: This episode is a rebroadcast of episode 1501, which was originally broadcast October 2005. It begins with a trip through In the Life's early years, followed by a profile of celebrity chef Anita Lo. The Real to Reel segment spotlights Barbara Rick's documentary, In Good Conscience, about a Catholic nun countering the church's view of homosexuality. Jerry Herman is profiled in a rebroadcast of a segment originally from episode 1109. The Coming Out Stories segment features six individuals sharing their personal memories of coming out to their loved ones.

Host: Bill Brochtrup.  Featured guests: Ann Bancroft, Ruth Ellis, Deborah Dickson, Harvey Fierstein, Herman Agoya [sic], Judith Light, Paris Barclay, Howard Dean, Jewelle Gomez.

Summary:  This episode is a rebroadcast of episode 1210, which originally broadcast July 2003. It is a reversion featuring segments from previous episodes as well as new segments. Excerpts from episodes 904, 1007 and 1009 spotlight explorer Ann Bancroft, Living with Pride: Ruth C. Ellis @ 100, the COLAGE organization, and the "Don't ask, don't tell, don't pursue" military policy. There is also a segment about queer comic book characters from Marvel and DC. The Real to Reel segment is about Deborah Dickson's documentary, Ruthie and Connie, spotlighting Ruthie Berman and Connie Kurtz. Harvey Fierstein's Out Takes segment is titled "Hero Worship." Herman Agoyo, Judith Light, Paris Barclay and Howard Dean provide historical PSAs throughout the episode, and Jewelle Gomez provides the celebrity ID.

Note: Some audiovisual content removed due to copyright restrictions.
35:41: Clip from Ruthie and Connie: Every Room in the House (2002)
53:34 - 54:57: Ike & Tina Turner, "Proud Mary"

Featured guests: Daniel Karslake, Gerald Mocarsky, Shorty Roc, KIN, Margaret Cho, Kate Clinton.

Summary:  The first segment is an update on the conflict between conservative and progressive parties in the Episcopal Church over homosexuality, a topic first covered in episode 1701. The Real to Reel segment is about For the Bible Tells Me So, Daniel Karslake's documentary about homosexuality and the Bible. Next is a spotlight on photographer Gerald Mocarsky, followed by a segment showcasing young rappers who strive to counter such negative stereotypes of rap music as violence, objectification of women and homophobia. The next segment examines the sex scandal involving Senator Larry Craig, including a historical look at public sex and entrapment of gay and closeted men. In the A Conversation with… segment, Kate Clinton interviews comedian Margaret Cho.

Note: some audio content removed due to copyrighte restrictions:
15:39 - 16:46: Verme, "Notch, Baby Ranks"

 

Host:  Kate Clinton.  Featured guests:  John Scagliotti, Charles Ignacio, Katherine Linton, Anita Lo, Barbara Rick, Jerry Herman, Carol Channing, Angela Lansbury.

Summary:  This episode is a rebroadcast of episode 1501, which was originally broadcast October 2005. The episode begins with a trip through In the Life's early years, followed by a profile of celebrity chef Anita Lo. The Real to Reel segment spotlights Barbara Rick's documentary, In Good Conscience, about a Catholic nun countering the church's view of homosexuality. Jerry Herman is profiled in a rebroadcast of a segment originally from episode 1109. The Coming Out Stories segment features six individuals sharing their personal memories of coming out to their loved ones.

 

To search the entire Archive website, please use the Scrolls to the page topmain search box.