January 14, 2022
Join Nick Cherryman and their guest expert on the first episode of our new season looking at the BDSM community and the role it plays in ‘queer’ sex. Whether it directly involves individuals from the LGBTQUA+ community or plays at the margins of ‘normative’ sexual practise, this first episode of this season looks at some of the historical precedents surrounding BDSM in the UK and the impact this has had on both the queer community and those who engage in BDSM.
Music: The Right Direction by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com
Music: Spark Of Inspiration by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com
December 6, 2021
Hello again! We're back with a new episode to give you a catch-up on where we've been. Meet some of the queer/disrupt team and listen to what they have to say about why we run queer/disrupt and what being queer means to us!
Members of the team that were featured in this episode include James Whitfield, Aleks Jagielski, Andrea Zuliani, Phoenix Wilks, Nick Cherryman, and Hannah Ayres.
Twitter: @Miss_HVA @NCherryman @xndrexzulixni @phoephoenyxx
Instagram: @ibiprofane @andreaazuliani @phoephoenyx
June 29, 2021
In this episode of the queer/disrupt podcast, Sayantan Datta talks to Bittu Rajaraman and Ayush Gupta to figure out if and how can one begin queering the scientific method. They talk about the need for science to question power and the need for us to imagine radically new ways of doing science.
Twitter: @queersprings @Bittu_K_R @ayushumd
June 22, 2021
In this episode of the queer/disrupt podcast, James Whitfield, Sabine Sharp and Roxanne Douglas get together to talk about Ursula Le Guin's The Left Hand of Darkness. They talk about queer coding, the way sex and gender are conceived, and the potential utopic, or perhaps dystopic possibilities of the world in the book.
Find some of the resources mentioned in the episode here.
June 8, 2021
In this episode of the queer/disrupt podcast there are discussions on what it means to have a queer perspective, lockdown experiences, queer care, as well as tidbits about archiving and queer history. This episode features Hannah Ayres, Cas Bradbeer and Mia Liyanage.
You can find Hannah (@Miss_HVA) on Twitter and Cas (@QueeringCulture) on Twitter and (@lgbtq_courtauld) Instagram.
A selection of Mia's work can be found here:
Miseducation: decolonising curricula, culture and pedagogy at UK universities,
a report for the Higher Education Policy Institute - LINK
We’re Here: Review of the ‘LGBT+ Histories & Historians Report’ from the Royal Historical Society
If you're interesting in reading, discussing or publishing either Mia or Cas' work then you can always reach out to queer/disrupt using our email email@example.com!
May 11, 2021
Join Curator at Colchester Museums, Ben Paites, and queer/disrupt founder and podcast nuisance Nick Cherryman talking about cross dressing, gangs of vagabonds, queer marriages, debauched party boats of prostitutes, the origins of the term matey, and more, in this episode of queer/disrupt’s podcast.
Nick is available @NCherryman on twitter and @ibiprofane on Instagram
Ben is available @BenPaites on twitter
Colchester Museums is @ColMuseums and you can search ‘LGBT’ at the Colchester and Ipswich Museum website to find objects in the collection, here:
February 27, 2021
Join Jack Shoulder, Myla Corvidae and Robert Berg as they take you through a history of LGBTQ+ representation in comic books!
Jack Shoulder - @jackshoulder
Myla Corvidae - @mylafish
Robert Berg - @robwillb
December 28, 2020
For this months podcast, Phoenix Wilks is joined by guests Jackie-Rose, Haley, and Yeli as they discuss how Twitch has helped support them through the on-going pandemic and how they have been able to forge their own queer communities.
Youtube: -haley richardson https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJd0IgWCpyYW4-bqrdYHRFQ
Producer on @shesallfatpod
December 7, 2020
This episode has Catriona Wilson and Billy Huntington take a close look at Jaremi Carey's Animal Crossing Harry Potter themed balls. They offer an in-depth exploration into Animal Crossing, drag, Harry Potter, Ru Paul's Drag Race, gender expression and the ballroom scene of the late 20th century.