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The Scottish Minorities Group: Glad to Be Gay?

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)Latest broadcast: on BBC Two England

The public access TV programme opens its doors to the Scottish Minorities Group, which works for the rights and welfare of gay men and women. Members of the organisation discuss the advice and facilities available to gay men and lesbians in Edinburgh and explain what it means for them to have access to like-minded people who can understand their problems. The group has won support from politicians Robin Cook and Malcolm Rifkind in their campaign to change the law in Scotland, which still treats male homosexuality as a criminal offence. (1976) Show less

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